From Bill Brioux of TV Feeds My Family:
- Aidan Quinn talks the talk on Horses of McBride
Canadian actors are always getting busted in Hollywood for their accents. Nothing causes a director in L.A. to yell, “Cut!” faster than an “oot” or “aboot.” Yet you seldom hear aboot an American actor attempting a Canadian accent. So thanks for coming oot, Aidan Quinn. “All I’m trying to do here is not stick out like a sore thumb to Canadians as a non-Canadian,” says Quinn, who plays a cowboy-outfitter in “The Horses of McBride.” Inspired by a true life horse rescue in the British Columbia wilderness, the outdoor adventure premieres Sunday at 7 p.m. on CTV. Read more.
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