Tell us about your character in A Party to Murder.
Elwood is a warm hearted, fun-loving, unmarried, older man with a dark secret. On the outside, he appears to look for the fun in all situations and is a terrible teaser. Although his girlfriend rebuffs him, he tries to be jovial and sociable. On the inside, however, he seeks justice, not revenge, for being deeply hurt.
What were some challenges you faced in working on this show?
Finding the opposites in the scenes, like expressing affection and anger at the same time.
What do you hope the audience takes away from the show?
Love and empathy for my character, Elwood, an appreciation for the soundtrack of the television series, "Poirot", and fashion ideas in dressing for bed.