Dar­ren Cartwright

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‘‘As the show has gone on I am recog­nised more and more, but in New York peo­ple keep their dis­tance any­way,’’ he says.

‘‘They say things in a glanc­ing way but oth­er­wise they pretty much leave you alone.

‘‘Mostly they want to let you know they know, but they don’t make a big scene about it.’’

Abra­ham says his char­ac­ter is as mys­te­ri­ous to him as it is to the pub­lic al­though se­crets of Adal’s past will seep out as the series un­folds.

‘‘He is ma­nip­u­la­tive and funny but very dan­ger­ous and keeps the au­di­ence on their toes and me on my toes, be­cause I didn’t even know which way they (the writ­ers) are go­ing to jump,’’ he says.

‘‘What makes who he is comes out in dribs and drabs and that is go­ing to shock peo­ple.’’

Home­land: Mon­days, 8.30pm, Ten, Ten SC.

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