throwback post -, Tom Ellis made a name for himself in the BBC soap opera “EastEnders.” The actor, 35, now stars as Dr. William Rush in the USA Network’s new medical drama, “Rush.” He calls London home, but is currently based out of Vancouver shooting his series. “Vancouver is such a beautiful city,” says Ellis. “It’s unreal. I love how it’s a city thoughtfully nestled within nature.” Fans may follow him on Twitter.
photos by J. Horton.We may share the same language and much of the same DNA, but there’s more that separates us from our British cousins than simply an ocean and an accent. Want proof? Just ask any actor who attempted to make this leap seem credible onscreen; after all, for every Renée Zellweger or Hugh Laurie, there’s a million Kevin Costner’s and Gerard Butler’s… “It’s a tricky thing, because it’s not just about an accent”, explains Welsh-born leading man, Tom Ellis, “it’s about attitude; it’s about how you articulate, how you gesticulate, how you communicate with other people.”Continue reading BELLO MAGAZINE 2014
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Lucifer” has been to hell and back.The cast and producers of the drama about the Prince of Darkness who gets bored in hell and winds up in Los Angeles as a nightclub owner and police crime consultant are rejoicing over its resurrection by Netflix, which followed a painful cancellation by Fox.
The fourth season of the series dropped last week on the streaming service, which revived the show after a legion of fans in this country and abroad staged an intense Twitter campaign protesting its ouster and pleading for a reprieve from another network. The pickup is one of the first instances where Netflix, which specializes in original series and films, has picked up a show from a major U.S. broadcast network. (Netflix next month will air the third season of “Designated Survivor,” which was canceled last year by ABC.)Continue reading How ‘Lucifer,’ banished from Fox, found sympathy for the devil from Netflix
Tom Ellis attends the premiere of Warner Bros. Pictures’ ‘Isn’t It Romantic’ at The Theatre at Ace Hotel on February 11, 2019
Despite her good efforts, the architect Natalie is not noticed at her work. Her love life also leaves much to be desired, not least because she is cynical about a lifelong relationship. When she loses consciousness in a theft, she wakes up to a downright romantic comedy, a genre she hates, in which she plays the lead role. Natalie does everything she can to escape any cliché. This turns out to be no picnic, also because she has caught the attention of two men.
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Tom Ellis, who plays the Devil himself on Lucifer, shows off six new suiting trends that are hotter than Hades.
1. Go Black Tie
Admit it, your tuxedo doesn’t get enough play. So the next time you’re ready for a night on the town, try dressing it down with an unbuttoned collar and a subtle pocket square.
2. Get In Line
A chalk stripe is a little wider than a traditional pinstripe, and a little less rigid. Find some on a steely blue suit and make it your new go-to for the office.