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I miss London on nights in June or in October.

I miss London on nights in June or in October.

'Homeland' is not a sensationalist show. ---->>>

Everyone knows 'Smash' is about musical numbers, and everyone knows we have fantastic dance sequences and great performances. ---->>>

Everyone thinks with 'Smash,' because it looks glossy and big, they think they're spending a fortune, and they think it's taking weeks to shoot. ---->>>

I'm quite handy with a screwdriver. I like making and fixing things. ---->>>

It's very different working on stage to film; the immediacy is there on stage. ---->>>

No one was very surprised when I decided to become an actor. ---->>>

There isn't really a theatre culture in L.A., which is odd when there are so many brilliant actors there. ---->>>

When I did musicals in London a number of years ago, I was in a workshop scenario for a year or more with 'Bombay Dreams.' ---->>>

Work aside, I think would have ended up in the U.S. because I like being here a lot. I really do. ---->>>

'Homeland' really is one of those shows where they start to write more or less depending on what's kind of going on in a relationship between characters. ---->>>

I am in the habit, like most British people, of holding the door open for people. But in the U.S., people don't understand it. You get odd looks or doors slammed in your face. ---->>>

I think fidelity is absolutely important, especially in the acting industry, which is littered with broken relationships because people are away filming for months. ---->>>

One of the things I miss most about the U.K. is political TV, and I have one of those little gadgets, which means I can download British programmes illegally - that's why it's a guilty pleasure. ---->>>

Some actors - myself included - like to know where your character's going: you like to know what the arc is for the character so that you can plan where you're going to give beats for this, that, and the other and give the audience what they want. But on 'Homeland,' you do the opposite. ---->>>

There are so few shows that are willing to take risks with their characters in the way that 'Homeland' does. And yet, the audience still comes back and loves those characters. ---->>>

When you turn up for work, especially with looking down the barrel of a show, you're hoping the person you're acting opposite of is going to be on your kind of crazy wavelength. ---->>>

Biography

Raza Jaffrey profile (raza-jaffrey.jpg)
Nationality: British
Born: 1975-05-28
Birthplace: Liverpool, Merseyside, England
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Occupation: Actor
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Raza Jaffrey (born 28 May 1975) is a British actor and singer, who starred as Dr. Neal Hudson on the CBS TV medical drama Code Black. He is best known for playing Zafar Younis on the BBC One spy drama series Spooks. In 2014, he played Pakistani Lieutenant Colonel Aasar Khan in season 4 of the Showtime series Homeland (wikipedia)