A brief profile

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Chosen excerpts, descriptive of anticipated six-part tv series: The Living and The Dead.

In the new original drama, this complex and compelling man will investigate hauntings, paranormal happenings, and ghostly visitations, encouraged by the Society for Psychical Research. But as these terrifying investigations become ever more frequent and ever more scary, Nathan starts to see and hear disturbing things that he simply cannot have imagined.

According to Writer-creators Ashley Pharoah and Matthew Graham … “We want it to be moving, tender, sensual…and very, very scary.”     

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It will shoot in the West Country of England.

It will be distributed internationally by BBC Worldwide.

(photo courtesy of google search)
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5 comments on “A brief profile

  1. From the description alone, I’m sure Colin will be amazing in this! Haven’t done ‘scary’ for a very long time, but will chance it so as not to miss his portrayal of Nathan. 😉

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  2. Love the photo. 🙂
    As I said to Joan some time back, I’d watch Colin reading a book or folding socks, if that’s the role he chose to take on. I can certainly watch “moving, tender, sensual…and very, very scary” if he’s in it. ❤

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  3. leahluna55 says:

    Love the photo, too. This is going to be great! Colin…paranormal activities…scary moments…moving and…sensual… We’ll be dead!!!

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  4. “… this complex and compelling man” … Can there be a better description of Colin? ❤

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