The difference between British and American TV: the US does things more on the fly
Do you think there is a conscious effort to cast British actors in US roles on television? And what is the difference in dynamic between UK and US TV production, if any?
You are so brilliant and bright. Do you have limits as an actress? What do you do to cry when acting? Is it easy or painful?
In my opinion you are one of the best active British actresses. I have read your statement that Crimson Peak left you "the loneliest [you've] ever been". What (mildly) traumatised you when playing that role?
Islam Khaled asks:
I think you gave one of the greatest TV performances as Morgan in Camelot. What influenced you to play this part so perfectly?
What were you planning to pursue following your degree? Also, it seems to be the decade of the remake – is there a character from your childhood that you have always admired?
How important do you believe NT Live and the ultimate exposure to theatre will be? I know many people, including myself, admire the intimate and raw experience of watching a play or musical, but it is a privilege that many do not [get to experience]. With the deserved hype surrounding Hamilton and National Theatre productions, when ticket prices soar and seats are sold in seconds, how would you feel about live-streaming theatre productions, or the inevitable integration to TV theatre channels?
Sara Elisabeth asks:
Your characters are all very different. How do you achieve such a level of emotional intensity with all of them? Your face is very expressive and you’re amazing at conveying emotion. Do you look at it from a superficial perspective as in body language and movements, or do you work on empathising with the character?