Our interview with actor Colby Hollman is now up on our YouTube channel!

You can listen to the interview below:

Join hosts Ruari and Ash in this special guest interview with actor Colby Hollman, best known for playing Wes in Fear The Walking Dead. In the interview they talk about how Colby got into acting, how Colby was originally cast as Wes in Fear The Walking Dead, whether Colby was a fan of Fear The Walking Dead or The Walking Dead franchise prior to his casting, what Colby was told about the character of Wes when he was about to shoot his first scene, the similarities that Colby sees between himself and Wes, the finale episode of Fear The Walking Dead Season 5 “End of the Line”, Colby’s reaction when he read the script for the season finale, Colby’s experience shooting the scenes where the survivors get split up by Virginia into different groups as they are taken for re-settlement among her various communities, Colby’s favourite memories from his time working on Fear The Walking Dead so far, what Colby thinks fans should be most looking forward to in the upcoming season of Fear The Walking Dead, Wes’s role in Fear The Walking Dead Season 6, the role that Colby has found to be the most challenging in his career so far, the biggest challenges that Colby has faced while working on Fear The Walking Dead so far, Colby’s experience being part of Fear The Walking Dead and The Walking Dead franchise, the most challenging aspect of Colby’s career, the roles and franchises Colby would love to play in, Colby’s biggest inspiration and role model in the acting industry, the most unique role Colby has played and what Colby thinks is the most rewarding part of being an actor.

Be sure to leave your feedback on the interview and enjoy!

By Ruari Williamson

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