Interview




Child Star Saniyya Sidney On Working With Denzel Washington And Viola Davis In “Fences”

While Saniyya Sidney may be just 10 years old, the rising child star has starred in Denzel Washington’s acclaimed drama Fences. Saniyya depicted Raynell, the young daughter of Washington’s lead character Troy Maxson. With Fences garnering rave reviews and co-star Viola Davis recently earning an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress, Real Style spoke to Saniyya about being part of the film.

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Host Arisa Cox Talks About Season 5 Of “Big Brother Canada”

As the host of Big Brother Canada, Arisa Cox has seen quite a few interesting characters step into the house every season. Just in time for the first episode of this new season, Real Style caught up with Cox about what we can expect this time around. From the show’s intriguing new theme to a particularly notable contestant who is back for a victory lap, here’s everything she had to share with us.

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“Arrival” Actor Mark O’Brien Talks Working With Amy Adams And More

As Captain Marks in Denis Villeneuve’s Academy Award-nominated film Arrival, 32-year-old star Mark O’Brien plays a military captain alongside Amy Adams’ leading lady Louise Banks. Real Style sat down with the humble and down-to-earth actor to learn more about working on Arrival, his burning passion for cinema and his upcoming projects.

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Canadian Actress Grace Lynn Kung Talks “Mary Kills People” And Working With Jessica Chastain

As one of the stars on Global TV’s new Canadian TV series Mary Kills People, Grace Lynn Kung plays a nurse who has a deep, dark secret. Kung’s character Annie is the trusted pal of Mary (depicted by Caroline Dhavernas), a doctor who helps to put terminally ill patients out of their misery. Kung, who recently appeared in the film Miss Sloane with star Jessica Chastain, spoke to Real Style about her latest role and more.

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Karl Wolf On His New Single “Wherever You Go” And Creating His Own Sound

With an intriguing fusion of traditional Middle Eastern sounds combined with contemporary R&B beats, Lebanese-Canadian singer Karl Wolf is certainly a unique performer. From incorporating his cultural heritage into his art to performing for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, the proudly Canadian star shared the story behind his sound.

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Legendary Bollywood Composer A.R. Rahman Visits Toronto To Promote New Films

Widely regarded as a legend in his native India, iconic composer A.R. Rahman was the creative force behind the score of the Oscar-winning film Slumdog Millionare. Recently, the Academy Award and Grammy-winning maestro visited Toronto for a red carpet event at the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts. Real Style spoke to Rahman about his two new films, creative inspiration and far more.

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“Pure” Star Alex Paxton-Beesley Discusses Her New CBC Show And Playing Anna Funk

As Anna Funk on the new CBC period drama Pure, Alex Paxton-Beesley plays a devoted yet strong Mennonite wife who must help her husband deal with drug traffickers in their Ontario community. We spoke to Paxton-Beesley about depicting a strong female lead on the small screen, as well as her passion for acting.

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Canadian Actress Évelyne Brochu Spills On Season 3 Of “X Company”

As the brilliant and brave Aurora Luft on CBC’s war drama series X Company, actress Évelyne Brochu plays the ultimate femme fatale. With the ending of the show on the horizon, Real Style caught up with the Quebecois star about the evolution of Aurora over the years. From her experience playing a historical leading role to what to watch for in Season 3, Brochu sat down with us to discuss everything X Company.

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“Workin’ Moms” Star Catherine Reitman On Her New Show And The Art Of Comedy

As a working mother herself, Los Angeles-born actress and comedienne Catherine Reitman knows about the various challenges of raising a family while balancing a career. Real Style spoke to the down-to-earth and talented star about her new CBC comedy series Workin’ Moms.

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Carolyn Hennesy On Dream Roles, Comedy Versus Drama And “Gilmore Girls”

With previous roles in General Hospital, Revenge and True Blood, it’s safe to say that actress Carolyn Hennesy is a seasoned TV veteran. Most recently, Henessy plays Toni on the popular Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life. Real Style caught up with the talented star about comedy versus drama, bringing her characters to life on the screen and her side career as a writer.

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“The Bounce Back” Star Denise Boutte On Working With Shemar Moore And Tyler Perry

In Youssef Delara’s new romance film The Bounce Back, actress Denise Boutte plays the ex-wife of leading man Matthew Taylor (Shemar Moore). From gracing the screen alongside Moore to her previous experience working with seasoned director Tyler Perry, here’s what Boutte had to share with us.

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“Incorporated” Star Sean Teale Talks Playing Ben And His Biggest Hollywood Idols

With his burning ambition and intense nature, Sean Teale has recently been stealing the screen as leading man Ben Larson on the new sci-fi series Incorporated. Real Style caught up with the former star of Skins and Reign about working with icons Matt Damon and Ben Affleck, portraying his intriguing new character and more.

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Emerging Actress Lindsay Lamb On Drake Bell, Her Most Challenging Role & More

While she most recently starred as bookish young Samantha in the family comedy Arlo: The Burping Pig, Lindsay Lamb also has a fast-paced year to look forward to in 2017. The 25-year-old actress is set to appear in next year’s equestrian flick Apple Of My Eye and action thriller Blue Line. We spoke to Lamb about her passion for acting and more.

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“Shoot the Messenger” Star Elyse Levesque On Playing Daisy And Finding Her Dark Side

As fierce young journalist Daisy Channing on the CBC crime thriller Shoot the Messenger, Canadian actress Elyse Levesque must channel her dark side. Intrigued by her complicated new lead role, we spoke to Levesque about her experiences bringing Daisy to life on Shoot the Messenger. Here’s what the talented actress had to say about identifying with her character, girl power on the small screen and her surprising hobby when she isn’t on set.

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Manchester By The Sea Stars Kyle Chandler and Lucas Hedges Discuss Their Experience On The Film

One of the most talked and buzzed about films opens this weekend in Canada, and it’s not your typical November blockbuster. It’s a heartfelt drama directed by Kenneth Lonergan about an uncle played by Casey Affleck forced to look after his nephew after his brother suddenly dies of a heart attack. The film has been praised by critics, and during its run at TIFF we had a chance to sit down with two of the stars of the film, Kyle Chandler, who plays the deceased dad in flashbacks, and Lucas Hedges, who plays his son.

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