Brian Cox on his Work Experience on ‘Succession’: Calls it the Greatest in his career

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Brian Cox on his Work Experience on ‘Succession’: With the premiere of its season finale, ‘Succession’ left a hole in our hearts. While following despicable minds trying to dictate the way the world works, the show became a highly resonating drama for more than one reason. The core of it is its family drama where the family patriarch – Logan Roy, played by Brian Cox. His commanding presence as the menacing Logan Roy became the backbone of the show. 

It seems like we are not the only ones in awe of the show’s brilliance. After the series finale, Brian Cox took his love for the HBO series to Instagram. He shared his praise for the cast and crew in an Instagram story and called his experience filming Succession ‘the greatest work experience’ in his long-winding career. 

What had Brian Cox said about Jeremy Strong’s method acting?

In the past, Cox was critical of some of the show’s aspects. Perhaps critical would be too harsh, but he was dissatisfied, nonetheless. He had called his Emmy-winning co-star Jeremy Strong’s method acting ‘f***ing annoying’ and later clarified that he is worried about what Strong does to himself by his grueling process. 

What had Brian Cox thought about Logan Roy’s death in the final season?

Cox had also spoken about his death in the final season’s third episode. He had said that his character was written out ‘too early.’ Cox said, “I was fine with it ultimately, but I did feel a little bit rejected. You know, I felt a little bit, oh, all the work I’ve done, and finally, I’m going to, you know, end up as an ear on a carpet of a plane. 

However, the veteran actor acknowledged that the creator Jesse Armstrong, handled Logan’s death brilliantly by killing him off-screen. He says that he mistakenly thought it was a form of rejection from the showrunners. 

What did Brian Cox say about his work experience on Succession?

Now, in his recent Instagram story, Cox is all love for the cast and crew for the wonderful experience. He wrote: 

“We have now come to an end. And what has been, in my career, certainly the greatest work experience ever. The harmony between the crew and cast was truly amazing. It was on its way to becoming a great series, but the Love and commitment from the crew, cast, and writers made it memorable. I would like to thank all of us in the making and creating of this show from the very bottom of my heart.”

Also, Read: Succession Series Finale: Staying True to What It Has Always Been

Akash Deshpande

Obsessed, fascinated, and always nerding out about cinema! You can find me in the corner of a room ruminating over the last TV series I watched.