Find the best quotes by Neil Jackson.
With British shows, because they have shorter runs, they tend to know they’re going to get a full season out. You get your six to…
When I was eight, my mum found me humming to myself and scribbling on a scrap of paper. When she asked me what I was…
When I was a young kid, the best stuff on television was always the BBC period dramas – it was what we sat down as…
We live in such a consumer-based world. Everything we do, someone else has provided for us, so there is something really empowering about knowing that…
The women in ‘Downton Abbey’ don’t compare to the women in ‘Upstairs Downstairs.’ Ours are stunning. We’ve got Laura Haddock, Keeley Hawes, Claire Foy… beautiful…
It’s funny – when I first started as an actor, obviously there were long periods of being idle and all you want to do is…
I’ve played a lot of villains. The villains are always fun because you can just go fractionally bigger than life. It’s always a grey area…
I think people are always going to be fascinated about the haves and have nots – about the divide between the servants and the rich…
I didn’t have the money to put myself through drama school, so I thought – naively – that if I wrote a play and put…
For my 23rd birthday, I received a nylon string guitar. I told myself that if I could play Eric Clapton’s ‘Tears In Heaven,’ then I…
Being an actor, you can get spoilt a little bit: car services come and pick you up, you get put up in nice hotels, people…
People abusing their power makes me see red.
I’d like to be an inventor, as they look at the world in a different way and find solutions for making it better.
I love stories – devising them, writing them, reading them, watching them, being a part of them.
As an artist, you want to make good stories and create good art; as a businessman, you want to make money and make sure the…
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