Homeland S2 premieres Wednesdays at 21:30.
The executive producer and writer of the hit series Homeland, Henry Bromell, has died after suffering a heart attack at age 65.Read More
Ben Affleck lost out on directing Emmy-winning US TV series Homeland because of an agreement he has with his wife.Read More
Just when it seemed like the stakes in Homeland couldn’t get any higher, season one ended, leaving many viewers clinging to the edges of their seats.Read More
The airwaves were buzzing this past Monday (24 September) as the results of the 64th Prime Time Emmy Awards were on everyone’s lips.Read More
The Homeland actress and her British actor husband Hugh Dancy are expecting their first child.Read More
Damian Lewis has joked Hugh Laurie was “lying through his teeth” when he advised the actor to take a TV role in Los Angeles.Read More
Claire Danes says her television character is like Edward Scissorhands.Read More
Diego Klattenhoff was born outside of New Glasgow in Nova Scotia, and moved to Toronto to pursue acting at the age of 19. He studied in theatre workshops for a number of years while bussing tables, bartending, and adapting to life in Toronto.
Klattenhoff began studying with some of Canada's most respected acting coaches, including David Rotenberg, Bruce Clayton and Rae Ellen Bodie, and eventually his dedication and persistence paid off. His first big break was his role in Mark Waters' Mean Girls, starring opposite Lindsay Lohan and Rachel McAdams. Since then, Klattenhoff has worked on numerous films, movies of the week and television series.
Klattenhoff appreared as Mike Callahan in the series Mercy, opposite Taylor Shilling. In the winter of 2010, he wrapped a co-starring role opposite Lynn Collins, Bruce McGill and Michael Ealy in the independent film Firebird and a recurring role on the series Falling Skies, as well a recurring role on Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior. Prior to that, Klattenhoff received standout reviews for his performance in the Sundance 2010 U.S.
Harewood has appeared in Separate Lies, written and directed by Julian Fellowes; the 2004 screen version of Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice, starring Al Pacino and Jeremy Irons; and Blood Diamond, alongside Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Connelly.
A graduate of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, Harewood has been a fixture on the London stage for many years, earning praise for his work in such plays as Sam Mendes’ Othello at the National Theatre, which later went to Broadway. Also at the National Theatre, he starred in Welcome to Thebes, directed by Richard Eyre; Henry IV, Parts I and II and His Dark Materials, both directed by Nicholas Hytner. Harewood received universal acclaim for his portrayal of Martin Luther King, Jr. in Katori Hall’s play The Mountaintop in the West End.
On British television, Harewood was a regular on such series as The Vice, Robin Hood and Babyfather. He was also seen as Mandela in the television movie Mrs. Mandela, and will be seen in the Christmas special Treasure Island. Harewood also guest stars in a number of series including Doctor Who, Strikeback and Criminal Justice.
Morena Baccarin gained recognition for her lead role on the television show V. In this 2009 remake of the 1980s miniseries, she starred as Anna, the leader of a cult of aliens known as "the Visitors." In interviews, Baccarin has revealed that she was a childhood fan of the original V, which the new series manages to pay homage to while still updating with contemporary concerns.
In 2009, Baccarin made her Off-Broadway debut in Theresa Rebeck’s television satire Our House at Playwrights Horizons in New York City, in which she played a news reporter whose affair with a television executive lands her a gig as the host of a hit reality show.
Born in Rio de Janeiro and raised in New York, Morena Baccarin is the daughter of Brazilian stage actress Vera Setta and Brazilian Record TV News Coordinator, Fernando Baccarin. She moved to Greenwich Village at the age of seven and later studied theatre at the prestigious Julliard School.
Lewis first came to the attention of American audiences with his Golden Globe-nominated performance as World War II hero "Richard Winters" in the miniseries Band of Brothers. He also starred as "Soames Forsyte" in the acclaimed British production of The Forsyte Saga.
Lewis' other television appearances include the BAFTA-winning miniseries Warriors, Hearts and Bones series, and Jeffrey Archer: The Truth as the title character. In 2005, he starred in the World War II miniseries Colditzand portrayed Benedick in the updated Shakespeare Retoldversion of Much Ado About Nothing.
Danes starred in the critically acclaimed biopic Temple Grandin. The film is based on the extraordinary life of Temple Grandin and chronicles how she turned her unique talent into a behavioral tool that revolutionized the cattle industry and laid the groundwork for her successful career as an author, lecturer, and pioneering advocate for autism and autism spectrum disorder education.
Danes won the 2010 Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie, and the film won for Outstanding Made for Television Movie. She also won the 2011 Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actress in a Mini-Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television and the 2011 Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries.
She also appears in Max Mayer's As Cool as I Am, starring opposite James Marsden.
26 Dec: The Choice
Does she want to be back at the CIA — with a promotion, no doubt — or a very different life? Brody shares a drink with Faber to consider the future of his family, while Saul is tasked with a secret mission. And Quinn makes a decision that may change everything
19 Dec: The Motherfucker with a Turban
Roya reveals her true colors under interrogation, as Saul finds himself fighting for his career under the most unexpected circumstances. Meanwhile, the Brody family struggles to maintain anything close to sanity in their high-rise fishbowl.
12 Dec: Broken Hearts
Brody and Vice President Walden find themselves at odds over the future of their political relationship while Dana and Finn come terms with their own differences. But it’s Carrie, seemingly at the top of her game, who turns out to be further in the dark than anyone else.
5 Dec: Two Hats
Saul teams up with Virgil and Max to dig up some information on one of their own. And while the Brody family enjoys an all-expense paid vacation of sorts, Carrie finds herself preparing for the most important breakfast meeting of her career
28 Nov: I'll Fly Away
Brody’s heading for a serious meltdown as he struggles to keep complicated alliances clear. Against Quinn’s orders, Carrie stages a risky intervention to keep Brody in line, forcing both of them to confront their mixed emotions. And as Dana turns to an unlikely source for comfort, her father comes face to face with his deadly past.
21 Nov: The Clearing
Saul visits Aileen in solitary confinement, hoping she’ll provide key intelligence on this latest attack. Meanwhile, an anguished Dana pressures Finn to come clean about their hidden crime. But her quest to tell the truth will collide with her father’s secret mission in ways neither could have foreseen.
14 Nov: A Gettysburg Address
Faber gets tangled up with the CIA when he asks one too many questions about his old friend Tom Walker.
Brody agrees to work with Carrie and Quinn to stop an attack on America, but his loyalty to the United States is questioned when Gettysburg once again becomes a battleground.
7 Nov: Q & A
Estes tells Brody's chief of staff to say that the Representative has the flu, so Jessica takes chicken soup to the hotel.
31 Oct: New Car Smell
When he is found alive, he returns as a hero - but is he a hero or a member of a sleeper cell sent to cause a terrorist attack?
24 Oct: State Of Independence
Meanwhile, Brody attempts a last minute extraction of the Gettysburg bomb maker.
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