‘Trying’s Rafe Spall Talks AppleTV’s First Britcom, Community In A Crisis & Working With Dad

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‘Trying’s Rafe Spall Talks AppleTV’s First Britcom, Community In A Crisis & Working With Dad
Rafe Spall’s first tryout was a speech from Julius Caesar that his famous dad asked him to perform in the living room before giving the then-fifteen-year-old a thumbs up to pursue an acting career. Fast-forward, and the British actor, son of award-winning veteran Timothy Spall, has since built a career that spans television, features and theater both at home and in Hollywood. Most recently, he’s starring in AppleTV+’s first Britcom, Trying. The heart-warming story of a couple struggling to have a baby, and ultimately opting for adoption, is written by Andy Wolton and co-stars Esther Smith and Imelda Staunton. Produced by BBC Studios, it’s received strong reviews since dropping this month. A second season has been commissioned.

Known for such features such as The Big Short, Just Mercy and Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Spall also recently appeared in last year’s BBC mini The War Of The Worlds
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