In Character: Richard Bradford
“If you want to be patted on the back all the time - be a dog...”
“I just wanted to do the most real, honest portrayal of a guy... and do things that hadn’t been seen before on television. I really wanted to do that with all my heart and soul.”
Richard Bradford found great critical acclaim for his sensitive and realistic portrayal of McGill, the discredited ex-CIA agent reduced to working for hire as a private investigator. A perfectionist and Method Actor, he quickly came into conflict with some of the crew and his fellow actors - gaining a reputation of being awkward to work with. Interviewed in the summer of 2004, he candidly talked about his time working on Man in a Suitcase and the problems he encountered while trying to make what is, for some, the finest of ITC’s action/adventure series.
Originally filmed for the best-selling Man In A Suitcase DVD, this is the full interview in which Richard talks with great honesty about his early career, including his time at Lee Strasberg’s highly acclaimed Actors Studio, working with Marlon Brando, and more.
- Number of Discs
- 1.33:1 / Colour
- Mono / English
- 0 / PAL
- 69 mins approx