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Phillip Broyles
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Nome attore: Lance Reddick
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Nome personaggio: Phillip Broyles
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PHILLIP BROYLES





INTERPRETATO DA: Lance Reddick (01/01/1970)


L'agente Phillip Broyles lavora per il Governo americano ed è a capo delle indagini sulla micidiale biotossina carnivora. Phillip è un personaggio molto carismatico che avrebbe potuto senza troppi problemi arrivare agli alti gradi del suo reparto investigativo.

Invece a lui piace il suo lavoro. Quando una serie di eventi inspiegabili cominciano ad aver luogo in tutto il mondo, decide senza mezzi termini di scoprire che cosa stia accadendo.

Così assembla un team investigativo capitanato dall'agente Olivia Dunham e con il figlio di Walter Bishop, il giovane Peter Bishop. La direzione di questa squadra metterà alla prova le capacità di Phillip. Tutti coloro che intendono nascondere la verità sono avvisati.



LANCE REDDICK: BREVE DESCRIZIONE


Lance Reddick è un attore americano nato a Baltimora, in Maryland.

Ha partecipato alla serie tv americana The Wire nel ruolo di Cedric Daniels, è apparso nel telefilm Oz nei panni del detective Johnny Basil ed è inoltre apparso nella Quarta stagione di Lost interpretando Matthew Abaddon. In Fringe, Lance Reddick ha un ruolo di rilievo nei panni dell'agente Phillip Broyles.




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24/02/2015 - 02:48 - OKAY, MANG. I HAVEN'T READ THROUGH ALL YOUR REEVIW SCRIVE:
okay, mang. i haven't read through all your reeviws of fringe yet, so i'm sure this has been discussed a ton before this moment, but mang. i totes agree with you about astrid. i'm glad i'm not the only one that feels this way.it's actually the one thing that bothers me most about this show- and the one thing that's keeping me from being a real fan of it: astrid has little to no explanation, or characterization.i think my feelings on it result directly from me marathoning fringe directly after watching through bones. bones has a way of giving every single character, side character, rotating intern, whatever an amazing, unique and likable personality. and each of these characters interact with each other character in their own unique and believable way. wonderfully written, multi-faceted, and likeable characters are probably the one thing that draws me into a show most.then i started watching fringe after a friend urged me to, and here was this character who could possibly be interesting, who has the potential to be an intriguing character, but the writers of this show treat her as little more then a plot device. i feel like the entire purpose of the character of astrid in this show is to have someone in the lab taking care of walter so peter can go gallivanting off having adventures with olivia. the writers all but ignore her! how disappointing! now: for a new subject entirely!i am studying animation!and you have noticed what most animators know: rotoscoping makes animation feel wrong.all animators learn traditional animation first- you learn the principle of animation first, which include concepts like squash and stretch, overlapping action, timing, arcs, and exaggeration. turns out that basic human actions dont look good as a drawing, because it misses alot of these principles. we are used to animaters really pushing animated characters to their extreems of movement, but because they are drawings it looks natural to us.that isn't to say that rotoscoping and motion-capture is nessecarily a bad thing! good rotoscoping and motion-capture, though takes alot of post-recording work, adding more overlapping action, fixing arcs, and really pushing the exaggeration, and bringing in snappier timing.so, while i was watching this episode, the animation just felt unfinished. not necessarily bad, just, incomplete.but yeah, just thought i'd provide a little insight on why it feels wrong, from my own (possibly feeble!) understanding. http://laxklktmmrp.com [url=http://dxwmxcevat.com]dxwmxcevat[/url] [link=http://fdnblgnhcp.com]fdnblgnhcp[/link]
23/02/2015 - 05:52 - THEY'VE KILLED OFF PTELNY OF WHITE CHARACTERS TOO. SCRIVE:
they've killed off ptelny of white characters too. the first main death on the show was john scott. then there was mitchell loeb, david robert jones, sanford harris, thomas jerome newton, and william bell. meanwhile, thanks to the double universes, broyles isn't even dead. and neither is charlie. neither actor has been fired from the show*, and the characters (some version) are still important.*kirk acevedo has been definitely demoted from regular to recurring/special guest, but i think the charlie character, much like the john scott character, had run its course in the new direction the show took after mid-season 1. they managed to tie his death into the overall plot and emotional threads, while keeping red charlie alive. not a bad deal. (also, to be fair, i never thought of charlie as a minority )so i don't think the evidence supports some grand killing of minority characters, since you only name two, both of whom are still alive in some form anyway. and again, i think it is silly to think that minority characters should somehow be protected from being killed because they are minorities.i also don't understand how a second universe is supposed to open up diversity. the second universe is the same as the first universe with slight changes. the main characters are the same (in name/appearance if not personality/experiences). the overall demographics are the same. despite all the cool differences, many, many points of reference between the two histories are the same. i just fail to see how it opens up any possibilities for different storytelling. it's not an anthology series. it's a series about a very specific group of leads.again, the main story is: walter is a scientist who has broken moral boundaries. most importantly, he experimented on olivia, leaving her somewhat damaged for life. he also kidnapped peter from his real parents and started the destruction of one or both worlds. peter and olivia are learning to live with their dysfunctional backgrounds. walter is atoning for his sins. the three are learning to live as a family unit. nothing about this is really open to glorious new opportunities for storytelling. this is the story of fringe. you're not going to get any other perspectives besides those of these three characters (and potentially their alter-selves). i think you just want an entirely different show, and you're not going to get it.
22/02/2015 - 15:56 - THIS COULD BE FUN PAIRED WITH SARAH CONNOR AND MAY SCRIVE:
this could be fun paired with sarah connor and maybe prison break. monday night could be the new must see tv night.scotty dubs last blog post..
22/02/2015 - 13:50 - LANCE REDDICK HAS GIVEN SOME HINTS AS TO WHAT TO E SCRIVE:
lance reddick has given some hints as to what to expect now that peter bishop is back: actor lance reddick says that when peter bishop rneurts to the fringe universe later this season, the series won’t be going back to the status quo of the first three years. http://ekwwywvm.com [url=http://mbeddtxus.com]mbeddtxus[/url] [link=http://ywohev.com]ywohev[/link]
21/02/2015 - 08:46 - C9 O FIM DE UMA SE9RIE QUE FICARE1 PARA SEMPRE. NE SCRIVE:
c9 o fim de uma se9rie que ficare1 para sempre. nenhuma fice7e3o foi te3o fice7e3o qutano fringe, nos levou a lugares que ne3o imaginamos e nos deparamos com coisas e acontecimentos que nunca vimos ou imaginamos. c9 tudo fice7e3o? sei le1, sf3 sei que e9 fringe.parabe9ns a todos, inclusive a nf3s que choramos, nos divertimos,duvidamos, brigamos.somos fringe.
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