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  • Oh, Joel.

  • I'm so happy to meet you.

  • Like I said, I was a huge fan of the show, The Killing.

  • Didn't you love doing that show?

  • Yeah, we had a great time.

  • And me and Mireille Enos, who played Linden--

  • Right.

  • --we formed a beautiful friendship.

  • And I think that was one of the things that really came off

  • on screen.

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah.

  • The chemistry was really great.

  • And you're-- I learned that you're from Sweden.

  • Yes.

  • That's right.

  • How long have you been away from Sweden

  • because you have no accent?

  • Yeah.

  • I've been here 10 years now.

  • 10 years.

  • Yeah.

  • How old were you when you started acting?

  • Well I had a childhood experience

  • of acting I was in a Swedish TV series.

  • It was like during the dark ages of Swedish television.

  • Also the [INAUDIBLE].

  • Now are you acting in this picture here?

  • Yes.

  • So that's evidence of that I wore a mullet on my head.

  • [LAUGHTER]

  • And yeah.

  • We all had it.

  • Yeah?

  • Yeah.

  • You had one too?

  • Oh, sure.

  • I had-- yes.

  • It was mandatory.

  • Yeah.

  • And you admit that too.

  • Oh, I've shown pictures of it.

  • I'm not proud of it but I own it.

  • So you don't know this, but it's your first time on the show.

  • You know that, but we have a policy

  • of showing shirtless photos of men, not women, but just men.

  • [APPLAUSE]

  • Yeah.

  • What's that from?

  • That's from a film called The Informer.

  • It just had a European release.

  • It's coming out in the US theaters in January.

  • Well we all can't wait to see that one.

  • [LAUGHTER]

  • There's-- what's that from?

  • That's Altered Carbon.

  • It's a show on Netflix.

  • OK.

  • So you take care of yourself.

  • Yeah.

  • You look good.

  • Well the thing is that I had this condition called

  • Pectus excavatum.

  • It was like I had it like I had a caved in chest.

  • Really?

  • Yeah.

  • And it's actually-- they grade it from like a 1 to 10,

  • and I had a 7 and 1/2, which a normal chest is

  • like the chest wall is here and then the heart is here.

  • So there's plenty of space.

  • On me the chest wall was actually

  • pressing against the heart.

  • And so when your heart starts beating faster

  • it's actually gets labored.

  • And when you get older it can get serious.

  • But then I found out that you could actually

  • do a surgery to correct this in an adult age

  • because I'd been told you can only do it as a child.

  • So I went to this doctor, Dr. Barry LaSasso, shout out him.

  • Shout out to Barry.

  • [APPLAUSE]

  • And he did a great job.

  • And after that I--

  • they have to really nag me to put clothes on because yeah.

  • Yeah.

  • I don't blame you.

  • I like to wear just gold chains.

  • Yeah.

  • I don't blame you.

  • Well, I mean, you didn't need to get dressed today.

  • There's no need to have clothes on.

  • Oh.

  • OK.

  • Well they should've told me that beforehand because it would've

  • made everything a lot easier

  • All right.

  • Well you look nice but there was no need

  • to put a shirt on today.

  • OK.

  • Let's talk about Mankind.

  • So explain.

  • This is a totally different role for you.

  • So I play an astronaut and it's a take

  • on what needed to happen for the space race to continue.

  • And in reality, the U.S. put a man on the moon

  • and then the space race kind of ended.

  • And everyone that lived through that time

  • felt that there was promises that didn't really--

  • we thought we were going to reach further.

  • Yes.

  • And that never happened.

  • And then Ron Moore, the creator of the show,

  • came up with this idea of what if the U.S. actually

  • lost the moon.

  • And that would, you know, with the American spirit being

  • what it is, that would actually create something

  • where we push forward.

  • And so the show starts with the Russians,

  • the Soviets, landing first on the moon and then

  • this alternate timeline takes place.

  • And yeah.

  • We're so proud of this show.

  • And we couldn't be more excited.

  • And it's on Apple TV plus, which is putting out

  • some really great projects right now, so congratulations.

  • It's called For All Mankind.

  • It premieres November 1st on Apple TV plus,

  • and we'll be right back.

Oh, Joel.

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