Rory Kinnear talks about SPECTRE and his work on stage for 'The Trial'
In a new interview with The Standard
, Rory Kinnear revealed his familiar role as Tanner to Daniel Craig's James Bond is one of the constants in his life at present.
As the father of a newborn, appearing on stage in "The Trial", and night shoots for Bond, Kinnear has his work cut out.
âThis is the first straight run of a play Iâve done since my children were born,â said the actor.
Speaking of the night shoots SPECTRE has called for, Kinnear said: âWe finish about 5am, then Iâve asked for 11am or noon starts here [in the theatre].â
Of his character in the Bond film, the actor remarks: âTanner remains stable. Thatâs what heâs there for: heâs just the table on which to rest things.â
And even with the departure of Dame Judi Dench, Mendes has attracted a number of prolific stage actors to the silver screen. âOur gang of good guys â Ralph Fiennes, Ben Whishaw, myself and now Andrew Scott â have all spent quite a bit of time on the London stage.â
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