Dan Jeannotte Tells Us Filming Hallmark's Sense & Sensibility Felt Like Falling (In A Good Method)

Dan Jeannotte mentioned his character Edward Ferrars in Hallmark’s “Sense and Sensibility” has to cope with fairly a dilemma relating to his promise to Lucy Steele and emotions for Elinor Dashwood. “There is a form of getting nearer and a pushing away and that was … undoubtedly an attention-grabbing dynamic to play.” He loved that it wasn’t merely two characters falling in love with nothing stopping them, and appreciated the hurdles Edward and Elinor needed to overcome. “This was a form of an inside impediment in lots of methods … my guarantees, my earlier life’s selections and the way they form of battle with what I need proper now,” he mentioned.

Jeannotte additionally defined the camaraderie that arose between the actors throughout filming. “All of us had time to hang around collectively and it was a stunning forged and a form of rapid sense of household and of assist,” he mentioned. Everybody was enjoyable to work with, Jeannotte mentioned, stating that Deborah Ayorinde “was such a terrific and beneficiant and charismatic scene companion.”

“I want I had extra time and extra scenes with lots of the opposite great actors,” he lamented, stating that he received alongside swimmingly with Akil Largie (Colonel Brandon), though they did not have any scenes collectively. “We received alongside very effectively off set and we’re like, ‘Oh, it is too unhealthy,'” Jeannotte mentioned. “We by no means meet. He provides me a home to stay in, however I by no means really meet him within the film.”