Stephen Moyer on “A Bit of Light”

“I ​just ​thought ​it ​was ​a ​really ​wonderful ​idea ​of ​the ​nature ​of ​forgiveness ​in ​our ​society.”  – Stephen Moyer

Welcome Stephen Moyer:

We’re joined on the Starline by an actor and film director. You’ve seen him in “True Blood”, “After Ever Happy”, “Prince Valiant” and many others. His latest project for the former head choir boy is directing his wife in “A Bit of Light”. We welcome Stephen Moyer.

Stephen, let’s go Beyond the Mic. “A Bit of Light” has been a sensation on the festival circuit and is now heading to theatres. Why was this such a challenging project for you other than directing your wife?

How does previously working with Rebecca Callard heighten your own expectations of this project?

What did you learn from directing “The Parting Glass” that made “A Bit of Light” easier for you?

The Rockin’ 8:

It’s time for the Rockin’ 8, 8 random questions, answer with the first thing that comes to your mind. There is no Pressure.

1. Best thing about your wife Anna?

2. Last West Ham match you watched live and did they win?

3. Best thing from craft services?

4. If you could ask the King of England, one question, what would you ask?  

5. One thing that made your kids Lilac, Billy, Charlie, Poppy so much fun growing up?

6. How did your romance with Anna change the way you see love?

7. Most memorable class at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art? 

8. Favorite movie you’ll watch no matter wherever it is when you turn it on?

One Big Question:

How does the theme of love and redemption not only fill “A Bit of Light” but your own life?

The Wrap:

He’s a cheese freak, would ask the King about his toilet and wants you to watch “A Bit of Light” Stephen Moyer thanks for taking the time to talk with us today.

And that my friends is a Beyond the Mic Short Cut.

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