House of glam

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Crys­tal raises money for her jew­ellery line by sell­ing ex­clu­sive items from her closet. And Amoy strug­gles to get her new salon staff up to scratch. how have you ad­justed to be­ing part of the home­land fam­ily? the in­ter­est­ing part is that they changed where they are, not just in terms of where they’re shoot­ing but also in the story, to pak­istan. this is a big change. adapt­ing to it was easy be­cause the show’s al­ready so good. it’s run­ning in­ter­na­tion­ally and it’s such a great thing to be part of. can we ex­pect any ac­tion from your character? he gets to do quite a bit of ac­tion. and it’s re­ally fun and re­ally chal­leng­ing. there is al­ways ac­tion in home­land – the great thing is that you never know when it’s go­ing to hap­pen. and have you been ex­plor­ing cape town? i’ve never been to south africa. it’s a great place – i love it. i haven’t had time to ex­plore as much be­cause i also have to work un­for­tu­nately, but i’ve had a cou­ple of great out­ings. i went on a tour of the gar­dens, winer­ies and hout bay, and i was able to walk up lions head, which was great. but when i get off, i want to go on sa­fari and check out the gar­den route. so what tv se­ries do you like? home­land is amaz­ing. i like game of thrones (2011cur­rent) a lot and break­ing bad (20082013) was sim­ply ter­rific! and you’ve worked be­fore with laila robins, who plays your wife martha, right? i met laila 30 years ago when i got my first job at the long­worth the­atre and laila was grad­u­at­ing from yale univer­sity. so i met her at the the­atre. and it’s still funny that we meet up again 30 years later and i’m play­ing her hus­band.

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