Claire Holt arrived in London. Paparazzi have provided us with new pictures.
I’ve add new and super hot photoshoot for “Schön!” magazine + also you can read new interview for this issue.
The combination of beauty, intelligence and talent is rare to find in the modern silver screen siren, but Claire Holt has a hearty helping of all three while still maintaining stars in her eyes and a passion for her craft. Mostly known as the impetuous blonde vampire Rebekah in The Originals, Holt has taken the courageous step away from her familiar character to explore new roles in bold new projects set to air this month. But don’t worry; Rebecca is still very much a part of the dynamic trio, as we have seen her appear for a guest role in this recent season finale. “I came back for the finale and I’m so glad I got to be a part of it. It was really nice to sort of come full circle. I really love playing Rebecca. She’s really special to me. I hope to continue to do her along with my other projects. Any time that the three Originals are together, myself, Joseph Morgan and Daniel Gillies, there’s some sort of chemistry that happens that I think is really special, albeit dysfunctional. We love to shoot scenes together and I think those are some of my favourite moments.”
New amazing photoshoot Claire’s Holt for “Zooey” magazine. Also Claire gave an interview for this issue, which you can read right now.
It was two years since I’ve last seen Claire Holt when she shot for our annual fall television portfolio. When the opportunity rolled around to work with Claire again, I did not hesitate to say yes when I remember nothing but kindness from her. This year, she welcomes a new addition to her resume – an NBC television series called”Aquarius.” Claire is now Charmain Tully, a female cop who partakes in tracking the infamous Charles Manson in the 1960s.
We discuss family values, her educational upbringing, and women’s progression from the 1960s onward.
Claire’s Holt interview for “Young Hollywood”.
The YH Studio welcomes actors Claire Holt and Grey Damon to give us the scoop on their NBC series “Aquarius”, which centers around the real-life Charles Manson murders from the 1960s. They tell us all about working with David Duchovny on the thriller, plus they talk about the research they did for the show and how they lucked out in the music department!