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Bel takes up her character of Natasha once more for this series of posts featuring the key cast of The Tunnel.
Hi, I’m Bel Deliá and I play the role of Natasha Warner in The Tunnel. We had such an enjoyable time working together as a cast on such an incredible shoot, that I thought it might be fun, in the spirit of the role I played as a journalist, to interview my fellow cast – ‘the boys’. We wanted to give you a look into what it was like on set & some of our most memorable moments.
So I asked each of them about some of their fondest memories… enjoy!
To me Andy is the consummate professional. With his experience in Film & Television, I was so excited to work with him. Being my debut in a lead role of this caliber, it was great to be amongst the best!
Andy Rodoreda plays TV News Producer Peter Ferguson.
B: Andy, what was your funniest moment on set?
A: I think it was having to get my facial growth clipped back on set. We realised my stubble continuity was out, but as there was no clippers on location I was driven by Jules to nearest barber. While sitting in barber chair describing movie Jules was hounded by waiting customers, wishing to be part of the film, one bloke even broke into song. Jules was impressed, but had to inform the guy that squeezing a musical number into a horror film might prove a bit tricky! In the end, the hair (beard) cut was on the house.
B: I remember one particular day on set you were teaching me how to fake a fast run whilst moving in slow motion so the cameraman could keep up. We got a bit silly that day, I ended up in tears it was so funny. Do you have a favourite scary moment from the movie, or on set?
A: The first screening of the movie, seeing the first attack on the security guard.
B: That neck crack scene always gets me. And what about your fondest memory of the whole process?
A: Way back, my first meeting with Jules and Enzo at a café in on Darling Street Balmain: their passion and enthusiasm.
Learn more about the cast of The Tunnel here.
See the on-set ‘Meet The Cast’ interviews with Andy Rodoreda and Bel Deliá after the jump. (continue reading…)