From Brian D. Johnson of Macleans:
- Nicholas Campbell explains how he threw it all away
“Before CSI came along, as the hard-boiled Da Vinci, Campbell created one of the most authentic anti-heroes ever to unzip a body bag in prime time. Now, with his electrifying performance in The Englishman’s Boy, he cements his status as the finest character actor in Canadian television. But this is a country where you can be at the top of your game and on the brink of ruin.” Read more.
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