One of most-anticipated new cast members, David Berry as Lord John Grey, made his Twitter Q&A debut last night! While he doesn’t yet have his own Twitter account, his fan group, Berry’s Beefsteaks, hosted him so we could get to know him a little. He’s also currently starring in A Place to Call Home, an Australian TV series set just after World War II (available on Amazon).
Q What is your favorite part of the world?
A I really like Montreal.
Q Are you going to watch The Wallabies v All Blacks tonight?
A No, I’m busy having fun with #ANZOFs
Q With all the international flights you’re doing, what’s your tip for overcoming jet lag?
A When you get there, stay up as long as you can, get natural light, and go to the gym.
Q How long were you in Scotland filming?
A Long enough to love it.
Q Swords or pistols?
Q What do you do for down time?
A Change nappies.
Q Will you please join Twitter?
A Work in progress. Maybe, not sure.
Q Hello from France! Isn’t it too confusing filming 2 different time period dramas at the same time?
A No, but I do get easily confused about things.
Q What’s it like to juggle different continents, different shows and a new baby?
A Challenging but rewarding.
Q IF there is a Lord John Grey TV series, will you be keen to return as the main man?
Q What was it like working with Caitriona Balfe?
A Wonderful but brief, more to come hopefully!
Q Sam Heughan seems very competitive. Can he beat you at chess?
A Sam Heughan can’t play. Neither of us can. We were both supervised.
Q How did you do research for being a British soldier?
A A lifetime of watching period dramas.
Q I love A Place to Call Home and have fallen in love with all the characters! Any BTS tidbit you can share?
A Jenni Baird always eats the desserts from catering, and Craig Hall does all his closeups with no pants on.
Q Costumes! What was your favorite part of the costuming by Terry Dresbach? Anything you would like to take home?
A John Grey’s sword!
Koko Pipkin’s photos from JIBland 2017, where David Berry was a guest.
Love David Berry? Follow @BerrysBeefsteak on Twitter, or on Facebook at David Berry’s Society for the Appreciation of English Beefsteak
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