Tagged under:2017, Interview
Posted on 11 October 2017

via NY Post Alexa (Interview by Reed Tucker) Like many almost-4-year-olds, Morena Baccarin’s son adores superheroes. So when he overheard someone mentioning Gotham to his mother — as in the city where Batman operates — he had some questions. “I guess I do,” she replied.“You work in Gotham city?” the child asked, eyes wide. Gears turned, thoughts processed, pieces clicked into place. His mother, the person who had brought him

Tagged under:2016, Interview
Posted on 7 February 2016

via The Independent: Morena Baccarin had many sci-fi admirers thanks to her roles in Firefly, V and Stargate Sg-1, but it was her nuanced performance in Homeland which brought her to wider attention. As the smouldering wife of Damian Lewis’s character – double-agent US Marine Sergeant Nicholas Brody – and a perfect foil to Claire Danes’s manic CIA operative Carrie Matheson, the Brazilian actress was subtle and mesmerising. At 36

Tagged under:2016, Interview
Posted on 7 February 2016

via Sunday Express: She’s done her fair share of sci-fi shows so Morena Baccarin is used to fans geeking out when they meet her. “I’ve had some strange fan encounters, that’s for sure,” says the actress who has Stargate, V and Gotham on her CV and is in this month’s Deadpool movie. “Nothing threatening or terrible but sometimes people ask me to marry them, which is a little odd.” It’s

Tagged under:2015, Interview
Posted on 2 January 2015

via IGN: FOX’s Gotham kicks off the second half of its first season on Monday, January 5th with the episode “Rogues’ Gallery.” And while Jim Gordon’s (Ben McKenzie) partnership with Harvey Bullock (Donal Logue) might be over, a new one is beginning with Arkham Asylum’s Dr. Leslie Thompkins – played by Firefly/Homeland’s Morena Baccarin. I recently spoke with Baccarin, who’d just started filming her role at the time, about playing

Tagged under:2014, Interview
Posted on 9 December 2014

via Access Hollywood: Lifetime’s two-part mini-series “The Red Tent” continues Monday night on the network, starring Morena Baccarin, Rebecca Ferguson and Iain Glenn. Based on the best-selling book by Anita Diamant, the story tells the tale of Dinah (Rebecca), the daughter of Israelite father Jacob (Iain), and his four wives, including her birth mom Leah (Minnie Driver), and her influential second mom, Rachel (Morena). Part 1 focused on Jacob’s marriages

Tagged under:2013, Interview
Posted on 26 September 2013

via USA Today: Morena Baccarin admits she’s ready for her baby to arrive. “I’m getting tired and uncomfortable,” she says in an interview ahead of Sunday’s third-season premiere for Showtime’s Homeland. And don’t ask about whether she and her hubby, director Austin Chick, are having a boy or a girl. “We know, but we’re keeping it a secret,” says Baccarin, with a sly smile. The actress, who joked with USA TODAY’s