You can listen to the interview down below. It starts around 18:15
Tom did an interview for Gio Journal.
You can read the entire interview here
Q: Tell me the 3 best things about you.
A: My Daughters
Q: If you could change one thing about yourself what would it be?
A: I have a terrible habit of interrupting people which unfortunately has been exposed by everyone’s new passion for zoom chats.
Tom did an interview with Emmy Magazine. Here are some pictures and the interview
You can read part of the interview here
“I remember talking to him that night,” Modrovich says. “I’d had two fat glasses of wine and we FaceTime-cried to each other. I remember Tom saying, ‘I’m coming to L.A. and I’m fightin’.'”
Here are some new, some old but better quality pictures of the photoshoot Tom did for Da Man Magazine. Also a link to the interview he did with them.
You can read the entire article here
Lucifer has been such a gift of a role. I don’t think I’ll ever get the opportunity to have so much variety within one character again. One day I’ll be doing something completely ridiculous and farcical and the next there will be a scene filled with honesty and tenderness. One day I’ll be shooting a complex fight scene and the next I’ll be singing at the piano. It’s kept me on my toes and constantly challenged me as a performer which, in the sixth season of a show, is a huge testament to our writers.
Here are some new photoshoot pictures of Tom Ellis for Grumpy Magazine.
You can read part of the article here the full version will be in Grumpy Magazine’s NO.16
“There used to be a stage where there would be pilots and certain casting directors in London — you would put something on tape, and then hear nothing. For me, that was the first six years of pilot audition experience. Weirdly, I auditioned for one, went away on holiday, and when I got back, my agent said, ‘I’ve been trying to get a hold of you. They saw your tape in America and want to fly you out.’
Here’s a snippet from an interview Tom did with the Guardian.
“I’d planned to spend this season in my own grieving process,” he says. “And then, right towards the end, literally as we’d already devised how we would end our show, we had a call from Netflix saying: ‘Would you like to go another season?’”
You can read the entire article right HERE