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Interview with Inga Cadranel of "Orphan
BBC America 1/8/14
There's a funny story behind this interview... this PR
group often emails me to ask if I want to interview this or
that actor, but when I reply, they're very bad at getting
back to me. It's not just email, and it's not just me,
either, as I knew someone else that had the same problem
with them. Anyway, they asked me about interviewing Inga
last Spring, and since the show hadn't aired yet and I'd
never heard of her, and I was really super busy, I wasn't
that into doing an interview (it's a lot of work to come up
with the questions, record it, transcribe it, etc.), so I
suggested I send some questions via email. Well, I
never got the questions back, and again they were not very
good at replying to me. Eventually, I happened to see Inga
posting on Twitter, so I sent her a message, asking about
the questions. She'd never seen them but very kindly offered
to email me so I could send them again. I got them within a
week or so. So it's very funny. And it turns out, she
has been in a lot of great shows and is well worth
interviewing. Now I wish I'd taken the time...oh, well,
anyway, here is the email interview. Good thing the show was
a huge success and returns April 19, 2014, and Inga is still
in it! It's a great show, so make sure to watch it.
1. I've been watching "Orphan Black" and enjoyed it so
far. What can you tell us about your character?
Angela DeAngelis is a very driven and honest woman. Her
intentions are pure and clear ,which I think is rare with so
much hidden purpose with the other characters in the show.
2. What motivates her?
To be a good cop. To do her job right.
3. Will we see more about Detective DeAngelis in the second
Unfortunately, with the loss of the "Beth" clone,
DeAngelis has less connection with the others, so no, not
more, but she's still there working on it. I don't control
what the writers think fans will be more inclined to enjoy
and what characters and story lines they've decided to go
4. Have you already started filming the second season? When
does it air?
Yes, we have. I think it airs in the spring.
5. Is there anything you can tell us about what might happen
in the second season?
Nope, contractually, I can't.
6. Do they tell you ahead of time the secrets of the show
(like about the clones), or do you learn about them
gradually from the scripts?
No, I learn gradually.
7. Do you get recognized a lot now for your TV roles?
Mostly for "Lost Girl".
8. Any good fan encounters you can share?
A cop let me off a speeding ticket because he recognized
me from another series I did called The Bridge.
9. (I love that show!) Do you go to Comic-con or plan
to? Or other Scifi fan events?
I've never been asked to do a convention or comic-con, I
wouldn't even know how or think there is a fan base that
would be interested in me there.
10. Does the cast hang out at all when not working?
I only do with Kevin Hanchard ( Det. Art Bell).
11. I heard that you are a singer. Any chance you'll be
singing on the show?
I don't think Det. DeAngelis can sing. LOL.
12. Do you have plans for an album?
13. Is there anywhere fans can hear you sing?
Not right now... our only CD was before the time of
iTunes, so it's only in hard copy in Canada.
14. You've been on two big science fiction shows. Are you a
scifi fan outside of work?
Yes. BattleStar Galactica changed my view on sci-fi, but
I have yet to be into another sci-fi show of that caliber.
15. What else would you like to tell your fans, or fans of
It's a very different show this season -- a lotta big
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