Lance Reddick Talks ‘Fringe’ Season 2

Lance Reddick (Agent Phillip Broyles) in 'Fringe'

Lance Reddick (Agent Phillip Broyles) in 'Fringe'

Hollywood The Write Way recently interviewed Fringe star Lance Reddick, aka Agent Phillip Broyles.

Reddick offers relatively spoiler free comments about his character arc in the upcoming second season, identifies his favorite season 1 episode, and explains with complete honesty that he devotes zero time and effort to Fringe fan sites.

So tell me about where your storyline goes in the new season of Fringe.
You definitely find out more about my personal life and who I was before Fringe.

Is that going to be done through flashbacks?
No, it’s more kind of how I’m referred to and what I do. In my personal life, you will find out why I’m divorced and what my relationship with my ex-wife is like.

What can you tell us about what we will see in the first few episodes of Fringe?
I’m not sure what I can say…hmmm…Olivia’s reemergence back into this universe will be shocking. The developments with Charlie will be mind blowing. You’ll find out just how deep my relationship with Nina goes.

What was your favorite episode from Season 1?
I haven’t seen all of Season 1 but from all of the episodes I have seen, my favorite is “Bound” when Olivia escapes after being kidnapped. I loved that episode!

Do you check out the Fringe & Lost fan sites?
I never just never occurs to me. It’s funny because the past couple months it has been coming up a lot, the online fandom.

Do you tend to run into more Fringe fans or more Lost fans?
Hmmm…well since I’ve been in Vancouver, it’s been about 50/50. When I was in NY I actually ran into The Wire fans the most.

Do you read reviews for the shows and movies you are in?
I think I read some of the reviews for Fringe when it first came out but other than that, I don’t remember the last time I read a review.

Full interview at:  Hollywood The Write Way

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