Daniel Bruhl (‘The Alienist’): Being married to an alienist helped him prepare for TNT series [Exclusive Video Interview]

Daniel Bruhl (‘The Alienist’): Being married to an alienist helped him prepare for TNT series [Exclusive Video Interview]
Daniel Bruhl was “immediately fascinated” by “The Alienist” when he first read Caleb Carr‘s original novel. That novel was adapted into a TNT limited series in which Bruhl plays Dr. Laszlo Kreizler, a criminal psychologist (known at the time as an alienist) who teams up with a newspaper illustrator (Luke Evans) and a headstrong NYPD secretary (Dakota Fanning) to investigate a serial killer in 19th century New York City. The actor, who grew up in Germany, was particularly struck by the show’s combination of “gripping, dark thriller” and “entertaining history lesson about New York … I learned so many things I didn’t know.” He was also excited by the opportunity to go “back in time” to explore “the beginning of so many sciences that now we know so much better.” Watch our exclusive video interview with Brühl above.

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