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Added to the gallery the captures of the fourth episode of Poldark

Gallery Link:
Career > Television Productions > 2015 – Poldark > Season 1 > Episode Captures > 1.04

p.d.: The other episodes have been replaced with better quality captures.

Poldark star Aidan Turner talks hairy hobbits, tin mining in Cornwall and why he is not the next Darcy

Before Poldark you were perhaps best known as the conspicuously handsome dwarf Kili from The Hobbit.

Who had an unlikely romance with Evangeline Lilly’s elf Tauriel.
It wasn’t even a storyline that was part of the early scripts at all. You shoot so much you don’t what’s going to be left or whether the story will work so yeah, I was quite surprised to see how much of it was in the. It was nice to see a strong female in The Hobbit. It’s movie that has a lot of guys and a lot of beards so a pretty girl was much needed.

Over the last few years you’ve played a dwarf, a vampire (Being Human) and a werewolf (The Mortal Instruments). Is it nice to playing a normal guy in the new adaptation of Poldark?
I’ve got to say it is nice playing an actual human this time, not going through big make up calls, putting fangs in my mouth or growing a beard. It feels like it’s about time I play a real guy.

Why was Poldark brought back now?
The themes we’re always interested in seeing – love, friendship, jealousy, rivalry, family – these are things we never get sick of hearing about. It seems like it’s the right time. It’s a great story that should be heard.
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I added to the gallery the scans from this month’s Hello Magazine.

Gallery Link:
Magazine Scans > Scans In 2015 > Hello

ps: I highly recommend you to check the gallery from time to time as we don’t make post about all the things we add to the gallery.

Aidan is doing a live Q&A on Twitter at 10pm after Poldark is finished on Sunday


Aidan attended a panel discussion on acting at the Teacher’s Club during the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival. I’ve added a photo to our gallery (if more appear, I’ll update the album) in which he is posing with Sarah who, by the way, denied the engagement.

Gallery Link:
Public Events > Events In 2015 > March 24: Jameson Dublin International Film Festival

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About Aidan Turner

Aidan Turner was born in Dublin, Ireland in 1983. After graduating from the Gaiety School of Acting in 2004, Aidan appeared in a number of stage productions, many with Ireland's national theatre, The Abbey. Such productions included The Plough & The Stars, Romeo & Juliet and A Cry from Heaven. In 2008, Turner made the transition to movies and television with a lead role in the film Alarm and a co-starring role in the popular Irish TV drama The Clinic. In 2009, Turner moved to the UK to take on a starring role in BBC's acclaimed Being Human. Aidan played the spellbinding "Mitchell" for 3 seasons during which time he also starred in BBC's Desperate Romantics and BBC's top rated TV movie Hattie. In 2011, famed director Peter Jackson cast Turner in the role of Kili in JRR Tolkien's The Hobbit. The highly successful movie trilogy filmed for approximately two years in New Zealand during which time Aidan also starred in Cassandra Clare's The Mortal Instruments.