Brian Cox opened up about playing his “alter ego” Logan Roy in HBO drama Succession at a glitzy event hosted by European broadcaster Sky. Cox, alongside Succession creator Jesse Armstrong, discussed his process for playing the ruthless media mogul and patriarch and told a story about attending a Ronan Farrow-hosted #metoo event. “This guy I’ve been playing has now become my alter ego,” he said at the event at the Tate Modern art gallery. “I just use the bastard side of my personality. The irony is that I’m now saying what I think, which I never used to do. I tell people to fuck off. There was this incident that happened to me when I was in LA [with] Rosanna Arquette. It was a #metoo evening with Ronan Farrow. It was a very serious evening and afterwards I was suddenly surrounded by a coterie of women and one or two of them, maybe three, said quietly, with their cameras, ‘would you tell us to fuck off’ and I said ‘is that really appropriate, a white dinosaur like me’. It’s kind of stirred the pot a lot, which is what you want drama to do.” Related Story ‘Real Time With Bill… Read full this story
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