Australian heartthrob and consummate pro, Isaac always arrived on set prepared and ready to go. Cast in the role of Dan, a tricky role to inhabit, Isaac understood immediately the complexity of the character he was portraying. Serving up take after take, Dan came to life before our eyes and never has anyone been able to cry on cue so convincingly.
As much as we’d like to pretend Isaac was a diva on set (and we really do - every set should have one), he was simply hard working and charming.
Why did you want to portray Dan?
I was intrigued by the idea of portraying a character who is to some extent actually acting in order to achieve his goal.
Best memory on set?
(There were plenty): Lighting for the final scene of the film was taking longer than expected and it was an emotionally full on scene, during that time Luke (Samuel) and I didn’t rehearse once. We were both just walking around by ourselves in the woods in the middle of the night and then when it came to doing the scene we went for it and got it in one take.
What’s your favourite thriller
Seven (David Fincher)