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'The Blacklist' star Megan Boone looks back on five seasons of the show and the biggest challenges of the episode, what's next for Liz, how her desire Liz's relationship with Reddington (James Spader), and how the dynamic such a big season, losing one of my most cherished co-stars, Ryan Eggold. Something shocking happened on the fall finale of The Blacklist this week and the show's stars Megan Boone and Ryan Eggold reunited after. Megan Boone, who plays FBI Profiler Elizabeth Keen on The Blacklist, grew up in Ryan Eggold's acting career spans beyond his work in television and film. During the show's run Nagra was dating photographer James Stenson, whom she met in . He had lasik eye surgery, which corrected his vision problems.
For season 2, Arison has been promoted to a series regular and should appear in all episodes. The episode was about the murder of an Iraq War veteran. The first appearance was during the fourth season of the drama and Amir played Lt. The episode focused on the murder of a toy collector. InArison would make a return to the series, but this time he would play Tarek Agiza in a season 7 episode that was about a murder of a diver who was part of a treasure diving team. He would appear in 9 total episodes.
Prior to that, he appeared in a season six episode of the series also playing a doctor. You may think that James Spader would have been the first person cast on the hit series The Blacklist, but you would be wrong. Megan Boone was the first choice for the producers.
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But they could not find anyone that would mesh well with Boone when she tested in front of the network. That usually is a bad thing for an actor because the network will just have the producers recast the character, but they refused to do that.
After it was official Boone was cast, Spader would then join the series. In an interview with TV Line, Boone revealed her favorite moment from the first season of the show.
It was a moment for me when I discovered that I was really efficient at doing this job of television, which can be a machine, making 22 episodes. I went in there, I did that scene in two takes and felt good about the work. It made me realize that I found my footing in this new realm of my career. In one sense, this could be a story of redemption — bringing Red into the light for all his crimes.
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On the other hand, it could be about bringing Liz into the darkness. The audience has enjoyed Liz be very tough. I hope there is more of that in the coming episodes.
Though James Spader has made a lucrative career starring on such television shows as The Practice, Boston Legal, The Office, and now The Blacklist, he has admitted that he is not a very big fan of television. He especially likes that he does not know what is going to happen next with his character on The Blacklist.
He is given one script at a time so he does not know what will happen to Red in future episodes. Spader enjoys his job so much that he even went as far as shaving his head for the role on The Blacklist. You may remember the long hairdo he sported during his stint on The Office. As he was getting into character for this role, he came to the conclusion that Red should be bald.
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When Eggold went to the audition for the show, he thought wearing the glasses made him look more like a teacher. The producers loved it and made sure the character wore them. We created this homage to one of the more popular blacklisters in our canon, over the last hundred hours of television. How different do things feel now, compared to what it felt like, your first day on set? I would say that obviously I have a much more intimate relationship with all of my cast members.
I know them very, very, very well. Coming into the experience, the only veteran of this work, on our show, was James Spader. Everybody else has really risen to the occasion and became steeped in whatever their role may be. How did you find the experience of doing such a different episode like this, where Liz has really stripped everything in her life away and you even do a good portion of this episode by yourself, except for a dog?
It allowed me to really appreciate the series for what it is, on a different level. When you change rhythms and pace, then you can come back renewed. Even though I put in a lot more time with this episode than I normally do, it was a nice stark contrast. This episode is very cinematic. Image via NBC This is a very physical and, at times, brutal episode for you.
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What were the most challenging stunts or sequences, in this episode? I would be giving away a lot of the plot points, if I answered that. What I will say is that Liz has abandoned her life, completely. She lives in obscurity now. No one in her life knows very much about her.