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Mark Snow is the legendary 21-time ASCAP-winning TV composer behind the music for hit shows Blue Bloods, Smallville, One Tree Hill, Kojak and The Twilight Zone. He is also responsible for one of the most popular, recognisable TV show theme tunes of all time – The X-Files. Yes, that one. Here he talks to Mandy News about his career so far, what aspiring composers can do to get noticed and his music-making process for television.
Adrian Lester is many characters to his fans. He may be remembered as the ambitious campaign manager in the film Primary Colours or the sly, cheeky hustler Michael “Mickey Bricks” Stone in the BBC series Hustle (which ran on AMC in the US). Some might know him as the movie star boyfriend opposite actress Tracee Ellis Ross on the sitcom Girlfriends or in Julia Stiles drama, Riviera on Sky Atlantic (in the UK) or the Sundance network (in the US).
And theatre aficionados will likely know Lester from his West End roles in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof with James Earl Jones and Sanaa Lathan, Red Velvet, Othello, Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street or his Olivier Award-winning role in Company.
Acting is a tough gig. It can be years before you make your mark – if you're worried that things aren't panning out quite as quickly as you'd like, then don't! There are plenty of stars who took their sweet time too. Here's Mandy's rundown of ten actors who made it later in life.
Mandy Crew is offering an exciting opportunity to UK-based VFX artists, or for those aspiring to work in the VFX world. Framestore's Head of Talent, Amy Smith, will be at our offices in London on March 27 to hold a FREE 1-2-1 evening with hand-selected applicants.
Sir Ken Dodd, one of the most popular British comedians and variety performers of all time, has died at the age of 90.
Phillip Boutte Jr. is part of the team behind the tribal, yet tech, costumes we see in box office smash Black Panther. Boutte drew illustrations and collaborated with costume designer Ruth Carter to create the garments worn by heroes and villains alike in the fictional East African nation of Wakanda. Those include warrior outfits, the adornment of the Wakandian elders, their allies, the Jabari tribesmen and Black Panther's superhero costume. Boutte is no stranger to the drawing board. He’s worked on the complete Hunger Games franchise, Star Trek, X-Men, Guardians of the Galaxy, the TV series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Altered Carbon and the results of his work will next be seen in the Oprah Winfrey/Reese Witherspoon film, A Wrinkle in Time. He’s also working on the upcoming Captain Marvel.