Peep Show’s Paterson Joseph: ‘Blacks and Irishmen in London have always felt like strangers’

He admitted that Paterson Joseph’s initial concern for Charles Ignatius Sancho, the first black Englishman to vote and the hero of his debut novel, was purely selfish. The actor, known for hit TV series like Peep Show, Vigil and Noughts & Crosses, had wanted to star in a historical drama in the 2000s, but he didn’t. was repeatedly told that there weren’t any matching parts.

I’m a product of drama schools that did a lot of classics – I love Shakespeare and European classics. I believe I can play anything, but not according to the casting directors,” he said with a grimace. “I thought there had to be a black character that I could get a writer to write so that I could then play the part.”

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