Talk about brotherly love.
December 5, Michael schulman profiled Succession Star Jeremy Strong for the New Yorker, revealing that the actor is taking his performance to a level Logan Roy would enjoy – all or nothing.
The profile included quotes and details about Strong’s dedication to playing Kendall Roy, and how that led to real-life pain – not just the emotional genre we last saw his character in when he was released. faced the turmoil of being ostracized by his father. Saying that Strong suffered injuries for the role, including impacting his tibia and femur in one scene and a broken foot in another.
As if that wasn’t enough to prove Jeremy’s intensity, Schulman interviewed cast members who expressed apprehension about their co-star’s methodology.
Corn Sarah Snook, who plays Kendall’s sister Shiv had nothing but nice things to say.
Asked about her co-star on Varieties On the Awards Circuit podcast on December 8, the actress said, “Jeremy is awesome. He’s a very singular and unique person and actor and he works in a different way than others. We all work in different ways. . We all have a different process. “