James Coleman trained as an actor and appeared in hit film Stickmen, but has made his name as a broadcaster on radio and television. He was a host on TV3 morning show Sunrise, and blended his actor and broadcaster roles in TV satire The Jaquie Brown Diairies.
In this ScreenTalk, Coleman talks about:
- The pleasure of souping up household appliances with Greg Page, for TV show Bigger Better Faster Stronger
- Why the show appeals to both men and women
- Unnerving his co-hosts on Sunrise with his ad-libbing
- His reasons for leaving the show
- The strange experience of playing a version of himself on The Jaquie Brown Diairies
- Acting in short film Thinking About Sleep
- Learning how to act without much dialogue
- How pool movie Stickmen was a big step up for him
- Why he thinks the film feels dated now
was first uploaded on 1 March 2011, and
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Interview, Camera and Editing – Andrew Whiteside