[Interviews] Becoming Elizabeth’s Tom Cullen, Jessica Raine, Romola Garai, Jamie Blackley, and Creator Anya Reiss & Ep George Ormond Talk New Series and What They Would Miss if They Had to Live During the Elizabethan Era

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Starz’s Becoming Elizabeth explores Queen Elizabeth I’s life in an unconventional way by exploring her teen years and the drama she and her siblings encounter while struggling with their new power. It stars Alicia von Rittberg as Queen Elizabeth, Romola Garai as Queen Mary I, Jessica Raine as Catherine Parr, Tom Cullen as Thomas Seymour, Jamie Blackley as Robert Dudley, and is created by Anya Reiss with George Ormond as the executive producer.

Tom Cullen (Thomas Seymour) & Jessica Raine (Catherine Parr) talk about their characters’ intentions, power, and what they would miss most if they had to live in Elizabethan times.

Romola Garai (Queen Mary I) & Jamie Blackley (John Dudley) talk about characters challenging the status quo, Mary’s relationship with Pedro and John’s relationship with Elizabeth, and what they would miss most if they had to live in Elizabethan times.

I talked to creator Anya Reiss and EP George Ormond about the decision to focus on Elizabeth’s younger years and their favorite scenes. Tom Cullen (Thomas Seymour) & Jessica Raine (Catherine Parr) talk about their characters’ intentions, power, and what they would miss most if they had to live in Elizabethan times.

Read my interview with Alicia von Rittberg (Elizabeth) here.

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