Guests: Patrick Fugit & Reg E. Cathey
Anticipation for the TV show “Outcast” has been mounting since it was debuted at SXSW and was immediately renewed for a second season. The series has a stellar cast including our guests - prolific actor Reg E. Cathey, who is know for his work on The Wire, OZ and House of Cards, for which he won an Emmy, and Patrick Fugit who is know for his memorable performances in Almost Famous and Gone Girl.
Robert Kirkman, creator of the hit show “The Walking Dead”, helms the series about Kyle Barnes (Patrick Fugit), a young man who has been plagued by possession since he was a child, who with the help of a local reverend, tries to uncover what lies behind the horror and supernatural manifestations to rebuild himself and his family.
We are very excited to speak to both Reg E. Cathey and Patrick Fugit about the show, their previous work, their process in creating such memorable characters on screen and much more!
Outcast premieres in the US on Cinemax on June 3rd and in Sweden on FOX Monday June 6th.
Patrick Fugit was unforgettable in his first role as director Cameron Crowe’s alter ego in the iconic film Almost Famous. He then went on to work with Swedish director Jonas Åkerlund in Spun and David Fincher in Gone Girl. He has also worked on indie hits such as Wristcutter’s: A Love Story and Thanks for Sharing.
Reg E. Cathey is an actor with over thirty years experience and a wide range of roles in projects such as Se7en, Oz, The Machinist, and American Psycho. He has also created iconic performances as Norman Wilson on The Wire and as the rib cooking chef Freddy on House of Cards, for which he won his first Emmy.