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Entertainment Daniel Mays says Des cast understood David Tennant's distance on set

16:33  21 september  2020
16:33  21 september  2020 Source:   msn.com

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He says working with Tennant – who has never been more persuasive or disturbing on screen – was something of a disconcerting masterclass. The writer, who became Nilsen’ s confidant and confessor over several years, is in his 80 s now, but visited the set a few times. Mays says that in preparing for

Related: David Tennant ' s Des has broken a ratings record for ITV. Tennant has been heavily praised for his chilling performance as Nilsen, and his co-star Daniel Mays has even admitted that his role on the show has led to him having nightmares. The actor, who plays Detective Chief Inspector Peter Jay

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Daniel Mays says the 'Des' cast understood why David Tennant kept himself separate from the other actors.

The 42-year-old actor played Detective Chief Inspector Peter Jay in the three-part ITV drama, which was focused on real life serial killer Dennis Nilsen (Tennant) who murdered at least 12 young men between 1978 and 1983 in north London.

Appearing on ITV's 'This Morning' on Monday (21.09.20), he said: "He kept separate to all of the actors playing the police. We had bonded as a group... that really comes across in the piece as well.

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David John Tennant (né McDonald; born 18 April 1971) is a Scottish actor. He is best known for his roles as the tenth incarnation of The Doctor in the BBC sci-fi series Doctor Who (2005–2010)

While the cast and crew are happy to be back on set , they are taking the government' s social distancing suggestions seriously. They were also a considerable distance apart. Last week, actress Emily celebrated one week being back on set after the soap was forced to close in March due to

"Certainly when David steps out when we were doing the interrogation scene in the first episode - I think we instinctively all knew that he was keeping himself separate and he was very focused on what he had to do.

"Collectively as a group of actors, we respected that. To sit across from David Tennant in that role - I've been acting for 20 years, and it's one of the most eerie, captivating performances I've ever worked across from.

"For me money, I think he's giving the performance of his career. He's absolutely stellar in this performance."

Daniel praised David's talents, and his skills at recreating Dennis' mannerisms on the small screen.

He added: "You can see an actual interview with the new Nilsen, and when you compare it to David's performance it's uncanny."

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Viewers said show resembled old cast of Dr Who series as Tennant , Olivia Coleman, Eve Miles and Arthur Darvill all appeared in the previous show. Some who tuned in for the start of the second series on Monday night complained they struggled to understand actor David Tennant ’ s Scottish accent to

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Daniel's comments come after 'Des' was hit by seven Ofcom complaints from viewers who were left horrified by details of his crimes.

Meanwhile, the first episode of the show broke a ratings record for ITV as it became the broadcaster's biggest drama launch of 2020.

The broadcast was watched by an average audience of 5.4 million people, according to new data, which confirmed that it was ITV's biggest drama debut since 'Cleaning Up' in 2019.

'Des' also surpassed the viewer numbers of 'Quiz' - the drama show about Charles Ingram winning 'Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?' - which attracted 5.3 million viewers earlier this year.

The thriller series peaked at 5.9 million viewers and research suggests that it was watched by nearly one-third of all TV viewers across its time slot period.

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