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Apr 2016
Daniel di Tomasso, Interview  •  By  •  0 Comments

Hi, guys! It is with great pleasure I come here to say Daniel di Tomasso gave us an interview. We’re so happy that no words can explain our feelings right now.

So please, if you repost this interview credit to us.

Special thanks to Kei Moreno (Daniel’s wife) who made this interview possible. And, of course, thanks to Daniel for being so lovely and answer our questions!!! We love you, guys! Thank you SO MUCH!!!

Now check out the full interview:

Daniel di Tomasso Online: Hello, Daniel! It’s a great pleasure to have this interview with you! We heard about your new TV series and we’re so happy for you, Daniel. Can you talk about this new Project or this is secret for now?

Daniel: My pleasure, thank you for reaching out! The new television series is called Conviction. It is a legal drama with a twist (bunch of lawyers, investigators and forensics experts, work together to look at cases where there’s credible suspicion that the wrong person may have been convicted of a crime)
It is still in it’s pilot phase so there are still many variables up in the air. I’m hoping the show goes to series as I think it could be quite good.

DTOnline: How do you prepare yourself to bring a new character to life? Do you follow any special methods or anything like that?

Daniel: This is a tough question. I feel like my “method” depends on many factors when approaching a project. However, the “homework” I do before I even fully engage the material never changes.
After combing through the script for clues on who the writer thinks the character is, I do my research and start thinking about who I want the character to be. I try and learn as much as possible about who he is. For example, where is he from? What socio-economic background is he from? Education? Upbringing? Cultural identity? and the list goes on… From there, I work out what my character is after in the scene, his relationships to the other characters, etc… The more clear I am on who the character is and what he wants, the more freedom I have play on the day and the more fun it is to bring to life.

DTOnline: Besides the new show, do you have another project in progress? A movie, maybe?

Daniel: There are a couple of projects still being worked out so I’m hesitant to talk about them 😉 The show “Conviction” is the biggest news at the moment.

DTOnline: As an actor what is the hardest part (for you) of acting? And the easiest part?

Daniel: One of the hardest parts of the profession, for me, is falling in love with a character or project and not getting the opportunity to bring it to life. The easiest part (once the job is booked) is the work. I enjoy developing a character and I especially enjoy being on set and sparing with other actors on the day. There will always be day to day challenges, but it’s easy in the sense that it just doesn’t feel like work when you’re finally doing what you love.

DTOnline: Do you have any advice for young people who wants to follow a career as an actor or a model?

Daniel: Follow your intuition and never compromise who you are for this business. Both professions can be hard on the ego. Like anything, do it because you love it, success is the icing on the cake.

DTOnline: You know that you have a lot of fans since Witches of East End. Was it hard to see yourself in this stardom? You know, to be recognized by several people receiving all the love by a fandom…

Daniel: My day to day life hasn’t changed much. On occasion a fan of the show might recognize me and ask for a picture. I always enjoy meeting fans because it is a reminder that people enjoy the stories that I play a part in telling. I’m very flattered that people appreciate the work.

DTOnline: I know that the show was [Witches of East End] cancelled, but as a fan I need to say that I’m so proud of everything about that show. I mean, I know you and all cast are used to hear compliments and things like that all the time, but I just wanna say thank you for bringing Killian to life. Thank you for giving your best. I’m so greateful for that.

Daniel: Thank you for that. I had so much fun being a part of “Witches”. I still feel that there is much more of that story to tell and I hope that one day we’re able wrap up some of those cliffhangers!

DTOnline: By the way, I’m from Brazil. Can you please send a message to your Brazilian fans? Believe me, you have a lot of fans here. We’ll never forget Killian and we can’t wait to see you in this new stage of your career.

Daniel: Hello Brazil!!! Thank you so much for the support. I hope to visit and explore your country sometime soon. It has always been a place I’ve wanted to experience. I hear only good things.

DTOnline: Thank you so much for this interview, Daniel! I wish you all the best and all the luckin the world for this new step in your life.

Daniel: Absolutely. Thank you for taking the time and, of course, for your support and interest in my career. All the best!

Daniel di Tomasso.

Apr 2016
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Our gallery has been updated with 141 captures from Grimm’s episode 5×16 ‘The Believer’. Check them out:

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– (2016) Grimm > 5×16 | The Believer – Screen Captures

Mar 2016
Daniel di Tomasso  •  By  •  0 Comments

Great news, folks!!! Daniel joins the new ABC’s drama ‘Conviction’!! Check out all the information about his new character:

Daniel di Tomasso (Witches of East End) has booked a series regular role in ABC’s legal drama pilot Conviction, from The Mark Gordon Co. and ABC Studios. Co-created by Liz Friedman, who wrote the script, and Liz Friedlander, who will direct the pilot, Conviction stars Hayley Atwell as Carter Morrison, the brilliant but ne’er-do-well daughter of a former President who is blackmailed into taking a job as the head of Los Angeles’ newly created Conviction Integrity Unit. She, along with her team of lawyers, investigators and forensic experts, work together to examine cases where there’s credible suspicion that the wrong person may have been convicted of a crime. Di Tomasso will play Jackson Morrison, Carter’s (Atwell) younger brother and the family’s golden child, who also happens to be a top end lawyer. Initially conceived as a guest star, the role has been upgraded to a series regular. Di Tomasso is best known for his role as Killian on Lifetime’s Witches of East End. He is repped by The Kohner Agency and Authentic Talent & Literary Management.

Source: Deadline

Feb 2016
Daniel di Tomasso, Gallery Update, Interview, Photoshoot  •  By  •  0 Comments

In interview with DA MAN, Daniel talks about his carrier and about your plans to the future. Check it out!

Stop us if you’ve heard this before: A strapping young man begins his career as a model for a renowned modeling agency, booking jobs in some of the biggest cities in the world, all while trying to figure out a way to make it in Hollywood. He finally gets his big break when he’s cast in a much-beloved TV show, and that’s when his dream of becoming an actor finally comes true.

Daniel Di Tomasso is that strapping young man. In his case, “a renowned modeling agency” is Ford Models, and “a much-beloved TV show” is “Witches of East End,” where he played Killian Gardiner, one of the male leads.

In 2014, “Witches” ended its run after only two seasons. While it’s undoubtedly a major disappointment for the fans of the show, the cancelation also brings new opportunities for Daniel. Where he’s heading now, only Daniel knows; anywhere is fair game for the travel buff.

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Dec 2015
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Our gallery has been updated with 51 screen captures from the movie ‘How Sarah Got Her Wings’. Check them out:

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– (2015) How Sarah Got Her Wings > Screen Captures: Film

Oct 2015
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Our gallery has been updated with 2 new outtakes from Session 23. Check them out:

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– Photoshoots and Portraits > Session 23

Sep 2015
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I have added a new session of a unknown photoshoot on my gallery. Check it out:

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– Photoshoot > Session 37

Aug 2015
Gallery Update, Movies, Origami Fox  •  By  •  0 Comments

I’m happy to announce that the trailer of ‘Blood is Blood’ (aka origami fox) was finally released. The movie is coming out this year starring Daniel di Tomasso, Fiona Dourif and Kate French.

Click on image to be redirected and watch the trailer.


You also can check on my gallery the poster and 3 stills from the movie:

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– Film Photography > (2015) Blood is Blood > Posters
– Film Photography > (2015) Blood is Blood > Stills

Jul 2015
Daniel di Tomasso, Gallery Update  •  By  •  0 Comments

Our gallery has been updated with a new Photoshoot session. Check it out:

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– Photoshoot > Session 36

Jul 2015
Interview  •  By  •  0 Comments

Canadian born actor and Witches of East End star Daniel di Tomasso sits down with The Fashionisto and talks shop.

Describe yourself in three words.

Traveller. Dreamer. Optimist.

Before acting, you were a successful model for several years, working for clients such as Armani and L’Oreal. When did you realize you wanted to be an actor?

My first real taste of theater came in the 9th grade. I pretty much knew that I wanted to be an actor from that day forward. It wasn’t until after college and a brief stint in Los Angeles that I fell into modeling…Mostly by accident. Initially, it was a way to get a VISA to stay in the United States. I was lucky it developed into a career but I always knew I would pursue the arts. I finally got a green card about two years ago and since then have been able to focus on being an actor.

How has modeling helped you as an actor?

Modeling was a crash course in rejection. What people don’t realize, is that for every campaign you book, there are a dozen high profile jobs that you don’t get. Regardless of the level of success, entertainment, much like fashion, is a tough business on the ego. If anything, modeling taught me to separate the “self” from the business of it all. It is easy to get discouraged when you’re dealing with rejection ninety percent of the time. I try not to take things personally. I keep working hard and get excited for the next opportunity.

What attracted you to acting?

I was always that kid that kept to himself. It wasn’t that I didn’t like to socialize, I just felt remarkably comfortable in solitude. I liked to think about things. I loved to day dream. I look back on my affinity towards acting in those early theater days and I can begin to understand why I loved it so much. It was a way to explore the reflected self and live my inner monologues. As I grew older and begun to intellectualize my process, I realized I love to contemplate the human experience. To me, acting is the study of self and because of this, the learning never stops. Every passing day, every person I meet, every trip I take, every book I read, everything…informs me as an actor.

Who’s your favorite actor?

Daniel Day-Lewis.

What kind of character would you like to play in the future?

I’ve always been attracted to the anti-hero. I love finding the duality in characters and I like a good “comeback” story. I think we all have the capacity to be good and bad, to love and to hate, etc…and I think that is what makes the anti-hero so compelling. We identify with a character’s flaws all the while rooting for their redemption.

If you were not an actor, what would you like to do?

I think there is a real possibility I’d be a restauranteur if I wasn’t an actor. I love food and throwing a good party. My family has a history in the food business over three generations. Whenever my buddies and I throw around business ideas, we keep circling back to wine bars and restaurants.

We noticed on your Instagram that you have more than a few classic car photos on your Instagram. Are you a “gear head”?

Ha. I’m definitely not a “gear head.” I like cars. I especially like the classics. There is something nostalgically beautiful about them. I like to imagine their stories.

Describe your style.

I’m a jeans and t-shirt type of guy ninety percent of the time. I like to be comfortable. That being said, my grandfather was a tailor and I can appreciate a nice suit. It’s all about the fit.

Source: The Fashionisto