Actor and comedian Zachary Quinto tells MTV News that “The Walking Blacklist” wasn’t good enough to kill him.
He spoke with MTV News in a lengthy, exclusive interview that aired on Wednesday.
The actor and comedian has worked on “The Black List,” a TV show he co-created with Chris Hardwick that debuted in 2014.
Quinto says he was working on the pilot episode of the show when he noticed that the show was too much like “The Wire.”
Quinto said he had been working on a lot of projects, but he didn’t want to be a distraction for his family.
“I was working at a restaurant and I got a call saying, ‘We have a big new show called ‘The Talking Blacklist,'” Quinto told MTV News.
“I didn’t think it was a big deal.
I thought it was just a crazy idea, but then I got to work on it and I was like, ‘Wait a minute, it’s like, this show has the same characters, the same story, but it’s a show with zombies and guns, so I guess that’s a really good thing.'”
He said he and the show’s creator, Chris Hardwicke, talked about bringing in other actors to play the main characters, but Quinto wanted the most iconic one.
Quinto says the idea was that he and Hardwickes were going to bring in people like Cary Grant, Robert Downey Jr., and David Bowie to play main characters in the show.
Quinso said he didn, in fact, get the part, but the role of Cary Grant is one he has always wanted.
“It was a really weird thing,” Quinto, 32, said.
“Cary was a character that I really loved playing.
I didn’t have the opportunity to do anything with him, but I wanted to do something that would be interesting to him, that I think would be cool.
So I went back and I did that thing and it worked out really well.
I think that’s why he is still a legend.”
The actor was also interested in playing a character who was not a part of the main series, but in the first season of the series.
He wanted to play a character called “Hannah.”
“The Black list” is the fifth series in AMC’s hit drama.
It stars Zachary Quinn, Robert Kirkman, Jon Bernthal, David Cross, and Elizabeth Banks.
The show is set in New York City in the 1980s, where an underground crime syndicate known as The Blacklist has taken control of the city.
Quinn is playing a former police officer who joins the gang in order to protect his city.
He is the father of a young girl and a father figure to a boy who is about to be adopted.
Quinault is also playing a high school student named Hannah who lives with her family in a new town.
Quin’s character Hannah was originally intended to be played by Jennifer Hale.
But when the show came together, Quinto was asked to play Hannah, as he was looking for something that wasn’t an extension of himself, Quinaish said.
Quinas son and daughter were both cast as the main cast, but when Quinais character was not part of “The Killing” the producers had a different idea about who should play her.
“When we cast [Hannah], we thought about Jennifer Hale and I didn’ know what to expect from her.
She was such a great actress and I thought, ‘This girl is amazing, she has such a presence and her character, Hannah, is the perfect fit,'” Quinaisen said.
When he auditioned for the part of Hannah, Quinas daughter, Jennifer Hale, was surprised that she was not invited.
“Jennifer was the first person I auditioned,” Quinas said.
“Hannah was an idea that was put to me.
When I heard that, I was really, really, excited,” he continued.
“That was really fun.
The idea of Hannah and being an actual part of this thing, I had been thinking about it for a long time, and when it came to it, I really was excited.
I was excited that she and I could play that part together.
I knew it was going to be an incredible experience for me and I knew I had to get it right.”
Quin said that in the end, it was about the characters that were most important to him.
“When you’re a kid, you’re not allowed to do too much, but for the most part you’re allowed to get by,” he said.
Quinas character, called “Liam,” has a complicated past.
His family was brutally murdered, but after the murder, he’s returned home to his former life as a street vendor, with an eye for a girl.
“Lammy,” as he’s known to his friends and family, has a very strong sense of humor