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Which is why, after a break from baddies, he has returned to the dark side for his latest film, All Things To All Men, the latest release from Kidulthood and Adulthood duo George Isaac and Pierre Mascolo.This time, though, Sewell is playing a bad boy with a difference.Victoria launches on Sunday on ITV at 9.05pm.---------------------------------------------------------THE real-life grisly case of Grindr serial killer Stephen Port is being turned into a drama.He was sentenced to life last year for the murder and rape of four men who he met on dating apps.But, I like theater and my place in it because occasionally I get to play great roles. For me, one of the great pleasures of the first season and the second season is the fact that I got wonderful actors playing my family.I also like television because I can play generally better roles in television. It’s great doing scenes with Quinn and Chelah is a wonderful actress.

You might think that now he lives in LA with his girlfriend, this would make Sewell a bit homesick. Sewell has struggled to break into the world of independent films, settling instead for American movies, but the former is where his heart lies.

Rufus sat down to chat about his character and the show. Someone who wanted to be a good man who thought he was a good man, who tried to be a good man, who signed up to an evil system. When I was offered this part, I suddenly realized that any desire I had to really explore the light and dark of a personality, to explore what I was capable of, that this was actually a better platform for it than playing some not-very-well-written good guy in a not very good thing. I love occasionally doing plays, because normally that is a form for me to be involved in great writing.

But as soon as I read Episode 2 and I saw the first scene with his family and there was a shootout from his perspective I saw what Frank (Spotnitz) had been saying about this character not being the all bad guy but kind of Everyman Nazi as a way of confusing the audience. For me, it’s really still just about the quality of the writing.

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