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Welcome to this site which aims to present a record of the work of Rufus Sewell...
♦ Hello Roofers, a wee update to start the year. There is now a page for Art where you will find links to reviews and to a small photo gallery. There is also a link for reduced price tickets for to see Art.
I have a bunch of other articles which will eventually end up here. Hopefully soon...!
♦ Greetings Rufians! Just before the end of the year, a small update.
Rufus was present at Comic Con in New York in October and you can see photos here. He also was a guest on the Chris Evans show in November and there are a few photos here. This appearance was related to the opening of the play Art, which is now on at the Old Vic theatre and for which I will have reviews in the next update.
♦ Appearances (i.e. silence) to the contrary, I am not dead, nor, most certainly, is Rufus. In a couple of weeks I will finally be able to update this site, which is basically an archive rather than a news site. See the Rooftop for up-to-date news!
Till catch-up time in a couple of weeks!
♦ Greetings, after a longer than intended gap! Rufus has been been filming Victoria and has perhaps started on Season 2 of The Man in the High Castle. There hasn't been much news, but there have been a cartload of articles - and here they are:
Amazon’s 'Man In the High Castle' Is a Good Adaptation But a Merely OK Show - 'The Man In The High Castle': Spoiler-Free Review - ‘The Man in the High Castle’: Watched It All? Let’s Talk About It - Streaming Reviews: 'The Man in the High Castle' - 'The Man in the High Castle' Finale Postmortem: Episode 10, 'A Way Out' - This Fascist Fantasy Is Just Entertainment, Right? - ‘The Man in the High Castle’ Becomes Amazon’s Most-Streamed Original Series - 'The Man In The High Castle': Season 1 Review - ‘The Man In The High Castle’ Season 2 Spoilers And A Deeper Look Into That Nazi Leader - Rufus Sewell on 'The Man in the High Castle' - and Why US TV Networks 'Appeal to Idiots' - Rufus Sewell Says It's Been "a Delight" Working With Jenna Coleman On Her TV Comeback - What Does Twice Divorced Actor Rufus Sewell Think About Getting Married and Settling Down With Children? - Queen Victoria Series Will Take 'Downton' Place In 2017 - Here Comes the Bride! Jenna Coleman Heads to the Altar In Beautiful Lace Gown and Floral Garland As She Films Royal Wedding Scenes For Her Queen Victoria TV Drama - Review: ‘Gods of Egypt’ Isn’t a Glorious Mess, It’s a Garish Disaster and 'Gods of Egypt' Review – Ridiculous, Offensive and Tremendously Fun
There are a bunch of nice photos from the premiere of The Man in the High Castle - they will be here soon! (17 April, thanks Rooftop)
♦ Happy New Year Rufians! The Man in the High Castle has come and gone (not really, you can watch it on Amazon Prime). The good news is that it has been renewed for a second season, and, given Rufus's role and developments in the last couple of episodes, it looks like we will get to admire his talents quite a bit more.
Rufus has - happily - not escaped the attention of the Critics Choice Awards folk and he has been nominated as Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series. Fingers crossed!
There have been a ton of articles, including a couple of nice interviews. Read them here: Amazon Prime TV Review: The Man in the High Castle (Episodes 1 and 2) - 'The Man In the High Castle' Is Chilling Alterna-history - 'The Man in the High Castle' Will Make You Sympathise With Nazis, Says Alexa Davalos - TV Review: ‘The Man in the High Castle’ - 'The Man in the High Castle’s' Chilling Alternate Reality - 'The Man In The High Castle': Rufus Sewell Tells HuffPostUK Why Philip Dick's Sci-Fi Novel Is As Relevant, And Painful, As Ever - The Man in the High Castle: Season 1 Review - ‘The Man in the High Castle’ Becomes Amazon’s Most-Streamed Original Series and Interview: Rufus Sewell Talks 'The Man in the High Castle'.
More will be coming!
(See the NEWS ARCHIVE for older news)