When you get to speak Irish, you become more at one with yourself, you kind of have a spark when you use it, and I think it's a great dialect.
When they first cast me, I was a pretty avid fan and vampire movies and Celtic mythology, so I was excited to get a chance to walk in Doyle's shoes and have fun with it.
Doyle's an intense character. Doyle's trying to atone for his own past and he has to help Angel-but he doesn't want to become too involved. On one hand, here he is preaching to Angel to get involved with humans and really care about them, but meanwhile Doyle would rather be at the track betting the ponies and drinking.
As soon as I did, everything, the whole room, just clicked.
There's a lot of Doyle in me. I don't know where I begin and Doyle ends or where Doyle begins and I end.
Not to sound egomaniac or anything, but just to get under people's skin like that, and for them to believe in you and believe strongly enough to write... it's flattering and it helps you during the day.
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