Years later, a case leads her right to Vincent Keller (Jay Ryan) and possibly some of the answers that she has been waiting for. I was shooting a mini-series for Sundance/BBC, called , that was shot by Jane Campion, who’s a beautiful native New Zealander and famous film director. As the performer of it, I believe that this scar comes from a beast on beast attack, since there are other beasts from this military experiment.
During this recent exclusive interview with Collider, actor Jay Ryan talked about how he came to this role, his crazy chemistry read with co-star Kristin Kreuk, the process of finding the look for the beast, spending four hours to put on the make-up and an hour to take it all off, how he feels about using the same character names as the original Ron Perlman/Linda Hamilton series, whether more beasts might make an appearance, just how physical the role will get, and how he originally came to acting. The role I was playing was very intense, and they shaved half my hair off. I was like, “I’m not going to get a job in America, looking like this,” so I just wanted to focus on that job. I don’t know what the writers think, but to me, it feels like it was another claw that came down.
I think that the writers when to for with the love triangle. the writers destroyed the integrity of what true love is about.i don't understand how the network always promote other shows but not beauty and the beast.
they promote stupid shows like a grown woman chasing after a man.
And then, when I saw where Vincent’s backstory came from, I was really intrigued. I was really lucky that it worked in with my schedule, and Jane Campion was very accommodating and let me do it. They’re not affected by what they do, or who they think they are. He’s going to become more beastly, and his powers are going to become stronger and almost overtake him, to a point.