Burn Gorman

Operating on Soldier Island under a pseudonym, the boorish William Blore is a police detective moonlighting as ‘security’ for the enigmatic Mr and Mrs U.N. Owen. He is ill-at-ease with the complex social web in which he finds himself trapped.

When you are presented with something by Agatha Christie, as an actor your ears immediately prick up because you know that the quality of the story is going to be superior. There’s a reason why she’s the best selling crime novelist…
Burn Gorman

Burn was impressed by Sarah Phelps' modern twist on the traditional whodunit: "It’s actually an extremely visceral, bloody and heartfelt story that Sarah has adapted from the original source material. It’s a very modern take on this terrible tale. It’s a story about the worst side of people." He explains why William Blore was an intriguing character to play: "He is somebody who, on the outside, has been brought in to solve a crime but is actually accused of one of the most heinous crimes of the lot. He’s a brute but he has got a soft side."

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