Nightfly recently questioned Katheryn Winnick about tonight's series premiere of Vikings on the History Channel airing @ 10/9c.
In an entertaining conference-call I asked multiple questions inspiring Katheryn's confession that she wore a rented Viking costume to her initial screen test, that series star Travis Fimmel (a.k.a. Ragnar Lothrok) put a rooster and some hay in a castmate's car as a prank and that her favorite scene from Season One involved her character and Ragnar beating each other up in a flirty 7th century lovers' quarrel.
Learn more about her remarkable martial arts background, the authenticity series creator Michael Hirst infused into Vikings and how filming on remote Irish locations helped the cast get in touch with their characters by reading my full Q&A with Katheryn at TV Over Mind (here). Make sure to also follow Katheryn Winnick and Vikings on twitter to stay in the loop and don't miss the stunning series premiere of Vikings tonight @ 10/9c on the History Channel. You won't be disappointed.
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A proud member of NBCUniversal's and A+E Television Networks’ Digital Media Teams, Nightfly routinely interviews producers, creators and stars of various network programs and films with a concentrated emphasis on the Syfy channel. Formally educated in Communications, Computer Science and Music, his résumé reflects more than a decade broadcasting in the fields of television and radio. With pieces routinely published at ScreenFad and Press Pass L.A., his primary areas of interest include TV, film, music, web series, comic books, fashion, pen 'n paper RPG gaming as well as various other pop-culture topics. An avid Twitter user, Nightfly supports the arts, the entertainment community, numerous charities and crowdfunding projects through his journalistic netizenship and non-partisan, multicultural-centric activism.
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