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Paul Kaye interview: Dennis Pennis, Game Of Thrones, Zapped

Louisa Mellor Oct 19, 2017

We chatted to actor Paul Kaye about playing wizards, the musical Matilda, and his move from celebrity satire to serious drama…

Main image credit: Jordan Katz-Kaye

“Bitterness, really” is Paul Kaye’s explanation of what drove his satirical red-carpet interviewer Dennis Pennis in the nineties. “I’d hit thirty, I’d sort of failed as a musician, I’d failed as an artist I felt at the time.” Ambushing Hollywood’s elite in the persona of a brash, punk nuisance wasn’t Kaye’s first choice for stardom, he admits. “It wasn’t how I expected to forge a career. Of all the things I thought I’d end up doing, it wasn’t that.”

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Trained in theatre design, in his twenties Kaye worked as an illustrator
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Game Of Thrones season 3 premiere: Gwendoline Christie, Paul Kaye, Isaac Hempstead-Wright, Finn Jones & more...

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Feature Louisa Mellor 5 Apr 2013 - 09:30

Here’s what happened when we went to the swanky Game of Thrones season 3 UK premiere and chatted to a few of the cast members…

Spoiler-warning: The bit with Gwendoline Christie (Brienne of Tarth) contains brief, oblique reference to some of her season three scenes. Non-a Song of Ice and Fire readers may wish to skip it.

Even in absence, Dame Diana Rigg has the sovereign presence to make people sit up straight and behave themselves. At the mere mention of her name, Finn Jones, the young actor who plays her on-screen grandson Ser Loras Tyrell in Game of Thrones, segues from swagger to awe, following up his description of the Tyrell family in season three as “hot badass b*tches who are going to f**k s**t up” to an earnest list of “amazing”, “wonderful”, “classic legend”, and “such a privilege”. Good
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Six to watch: TV redheads

Karen Gillan in Doctor Who and David Caruso in NYPD Blue – but who else is on TV's all-time auburn A-list?

The return of the It Crowd's marvellous Jen, along with Karen Gillan's promotion to the nation's favourite redhead – she's even on the cover of the Radio Times this week with Matt Smith behind her, relegated to the background - has got us thinking: which flame-haired stars would make television's all-time auburn A-list? Chris Evans perhaps, following his appointment to The One Show? Damian Lewis fresh from his turn on Soccer Aid? Geri "Ginger Spice" Halliwell now that she's infuriatingly got a slot as a guest judge on The X Factor? Surely not any of these. But who would make out six top television redheads? We'll kick off with these flaming contenders.

Amy Pond, Doctor Who (Karen Gillan)

With her cascading orange hair, Matt Smith's Tardis-sharer is like Daphne from Scooby Doo made flesh.
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