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The Peripheral’s Gary Carr Discusses His Approach To Playing His ‘Intriguing’ Character

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From the first moment we meet Wilf, we are given clues about his past and present, but very little concrete information about who he is or what his motivations are. Gary Carr noted that he was excited to play a character who has a lot more to him than viewers would realize. “One thing I noticed first in the book and then in the script was that Wilf is very quiet,” Carr noted. “I’ve never played a character who was so calm and still [had] it’s so busy and I don’t have an outlet or anyone to talk to about it. What you see on the surface isn’t what’s going on underneath. That was really fascinating about the character. It’s a very attractive thing for an actor to see characters in a script.”

Carr explained that because so much nuance was burned into Wilf in the script, a lot of the character was already laid out for him. “My whole approach was to … honor the great work that [author of the novel “The Peripheral”] Wilhelm [Gibson]’s done and great work done [creator] Scott [Smith] did and to honor the vision [executive producer Jonathan Nolan] and the team and [executive producer] Lisa [Joy] and all,” Carr shared. “That was my whole [approach]to do what I saw in the script. In terms of character building I didn’t have to do much; there was a lot of everything.”

New episodes of The Peripheral will be streaming every Friday through December 9th on Prime Video.



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