CSA 2015 Red Carpet Chat: Lost Girl’s Paul Amos

During Canadian Screen Week, I caught up with Lost Girl‘s Paul Amos for a quick follow up to our interview from the day the CSA nominees were announced. Paul didn’t win in his category (Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Program or Series), but he is definitely a winner in the eyes of all Faenatics. Here’s our chat:

Last time we chatted you told me about the big Vex episode that was coming up, and then we saw it, the whole storyline with Mark during the storm.

Yes, indeed.

That was a remarkable episode. Can you tell us anything about that relationship in the second half of the season?

Obviously, you know, the whole relationship with us is pretty strained because Dyson’s in the picture. But, yeah, there’s a future there in terms of its progression and where they go, and there is a lot of other stuff that comes in that you’ll have to start to deal with. They have to work through that in order to get out the other side.

I noticed that you were talking about a new project on Twitter. When are you going to be able to reveal any details about it?

Well, I just did my full first day on that project. I literally just got here, so, I can’t believe I’m actually polished up because I’ve been there since 8:00 this morning. It’s up to them. They are a massive company and it’s one of the world’s biggest projects within its realm. So, I don’t know. Maybe May, I heard, but definitely for SDCC.

Are you able to say if it’s film or television?

It’s neither of those, so make your conclusions.

But you’ll be at San Diego Comic-Con?

I will definitely be there. Yeah.

That’s fantastic.

Yeah, this is going to be a lot of fun. Yeah – we’ll be at a bunch of other things throughout the year. After we’re finished and they make their announcements, then we will start promoting that thing.

I know you’ve done a lot of work on stage, and at one point you were talking about a project here in Toronto that would include Zoie Palmer.

Yeah, we’re still talking about it, it’s just tough for the moment because of scheduling. We are still looking at something at the end of the year, but there’s a lot of work to do, and the people involved all of a sudden have very big gigs.  I’m pretty much committed now until June, and I know Zoie’s committed until May. So depending what happens after that. I could make it work, sure, because I think my promotional commitments will be done round about October. So, we were looking in November, December, and if not, then maybe January, February.

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