English actor Tom Felton recently completed filming for his television series "Murder in the First" and in interviews about the film and his future he disclosed some interesting information. He plays a tech industry prodigy turned suspect in the television series who is on the path to becoming a future rock star of the industry.
Similar to some who have been profiled in the industry he is incredibly passionate about where he sees the company going and his vision for it and because he refuses to stray from that he can be seen by some observers as having a ruthlessness to his character with very little ability to empathize or even attempt to really care about someone else's feelings.
Tom Felton in his interview expressed hat he did not see the character as being a bad guy just someone fully committed to his goals. It is this ability to find the different 'layers' of a character's personality which distinguishes actors and has entertainment insiders and US filmmakers so enamored of him as an actor.
The ex-Harry Potter star does not shy away from completely embracing the character and all of his 'warts' as he admitted that he actually loved playing this character, a computer tech star who runs his own company and can say very little and yet get what he wants.
His comments concerning his willingness to play a character who may not be looked at initially as someone who would likely not be 'loved' by fans has many entertainment insiders and filmmakers interested in him concerning his future projects but it is not a surprise to those who have been following his recent film projects.
He recently appeared on the red carpet at the premiere of his movie "Belle" in which he put forth an outstanding performance as James Ashford, a not so pleasant character in the the story of an illegitimate mixed-race daughter of a Royal Admiral during the 18th century.
Tom Felton is an actor who will likely be a popular 'villain' choice for filmmakers in the future as a result of his recent performances but fans can count on him finding something redeeming in any character he plays.