"Audiences want a certain darkness now and you have to pay attention to that. There's no denying that this character is a bit of a loner and slightly out of joint with his time and place. That's what I find endearing about him. And perhaps the audience does, too," he said.
Tuesday, March 25, 2014
Yahoo TV UK: Evans: I used Palin for Morse voice
Friday, March 21, 2014
Up and Comers: TV: Shaun Evans First to Be Cast in Whit Stillman’s ‘Cosmopolitan’ Amazon Pilot
Portraying Real Lives - Saturday 29 March 2014
As a part of Radio 4's Character Invasion, , actress Maxine Peake meets with actors and, in a series of one to one conversations, discusses the challenges of portraying the real-life character as opposed to the fictional. (Shaun is one of the participants)Thanks to shaun evans online
Thursday, March 13, 2014
Saturday, March 8, 2014
In the initial TV movie and five later episodes of what is now a burgeoning new series (particularly since the Inspector Lewis sequel seems to be on indefinite hiatus), actor Shaun Evans — a soulful ginger and the next Benedict Cumberbatch, we think — humanizes the vulnerable, stubborn and lovelorn young Oxford dropout and captures the mood and mannerisms the late, great John Thaw first created as the middle-aged Morse in 1987, without simply being a mimic. That, and the working-class wardrobe has us hooked.