Pedro Pascal And Kieran Culkin Attract Viral Attention For Drama Actors Roundtable Moments

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Pedro Pascal, Kieran Culkin, Evan Peters, Actors Roundtable

Actors Pedro Pascal and Kieran Culkin were both invited to The Hollywood Reporter’s “Drama Actors Roundtable” alongside Jeff Bridges, Damson Idris, Michael Imperioli, and Evan Peters. Each actor has had several memorable roles throughout the duration of their respective careers, many of them recent. At the roundtable, Pascal discussed his infamous “daddy” title that he earned for his roles in “The Mandalorian” and “The Last Of Us.”


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Culkin notably portrays Roman Roy in HBO’s “Succession,” and fans of the show noted that Culkin’s attitude in this interview segment matched his character well. Pascal has played a variety of different roles, but his recent acclaim has been attached to two of his more dramatic roles. His humorous personality shone through when Culkin asked him the golden question: “Will you be my daddy?” Fans of both of the actors’ shows could not get enough of the hilarious moment amidst an otherwise serious roundtable discussion.

Culkin even joked about how viewers don’t compliment his fatherly roles nearly as much as Pascal’s despite his real-life fatherhood.

The moment gave way to several conversations between Culkin and Pascal throughout the discussion. The “Succession” star asked Pascal about his experiences in and out of the “Mandalorian” suit.


Pascal later delved into an explanation of his creative process of getting into a variety of characters later in his career, and how it carries into his personal life.  The topic came up when Evan Peters discussed his role as notorious serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer.

The pair’s comedic timing has social media users hoping for a future collaboration between them.


“Succession” airs its finale episode on May 28. Pascal’s most recent film, “Strange Way Of Life”, premiered at Cannes this week to a 70% positive critical rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

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