Orphan Black Cast Talks New Clone, 'Scary' Kiss, 'Badass' Donnie and More

With Tatiana Maslany presumably off single-handledly fielding a softball team against the Musketeers cast, it was left to her Orphan Black castmates to reflect on the “new clone” and other recent twists, during a visit to TVLine’s San Diego Comic-Con suite.

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In the above video Q&A, the highly impressive Jordan Gavaris offers his thoughts on the “scary” Felix/Tony embrace, Dylan Bruce shares his (unfounded) fears about “unredeemable” Paul and Maria Doyle Kennedy aka Mrs. S tells us what burning Qs she’d like answered.

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Also, Kristian Bruun cheers Donnie’s badass/bare-arse turnabout, while Ari Millen — who plays Mark et al — eyes the “high bar” set by Maslany in playing multiple roles, as he will have to do come Season 3.

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  1. Caitlin Garafola says:

    Thanks for the interview! I was very impressed with Ari Millen during all the Orphan Black CC interviews so I’m excited to see more of him in the new season. Though I have to say, sorry, I think Paul is unredeemable after his big scene with Felix. Felix is the heart of the show and nothing Paul does can redeem him after treating Felix like that, whatever the reason.

  2. And once again, I’m shocked by the real accent of one of the actors. All this time I thought Jordan was British. LOL!

    • There’s comments online that a lot of the cast thought he was British at first too. I knew he wasn’t …I’d seen him in Unnatural History a few years ago, and still can’t really believe its the same actor.

  3. Taylor says:

    This only reaffirms how much I wish they’d gone with Jordan to be the clones. I know, I know, predictable, but he has the chops and is clearly passionate about it. He could have done an amazing job. Sigh.

  4. Frank says:

    Jordan needs to put a plug in it. No really. I’d say he was rude but he’s too clueless in a “too full of himself” sort of way to even really be rude. He is inconsiderate though, as in, does not consider… anyone but himself. He’s the center of his own universe and even makes questions asked of others some how be all about him. Even what HE thinks of their acting is some how more important than their own answer. I honestly hope he sees this comment and takes it as constructive feedback.

    Get a clue Jordan! You wanna be liked so much? You wanna be the center of attention so much? You’ll get all that and much more if you just learn when to clam up.

    The guy seems nice enough but his mouth runneth over. I’d like to hear from the others, especially in a short interview where each only has a minute or two apiece. Learn some social graces Jordan. Sorry to burst your bubble, but it’s really not all about you.

  5. Erica says:

    Wonderful interview; Michael A does such a great job with the cast. It comes across so genuine as he’s obviously a fan, too. Love all of them!