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In October 2015, Adam Crookes founded CROOKES Magazine.

CROOKES Magazine is part of an emerging wave of website-based media outlets. Featuring exclusive weekly interviews with rising actors and music artists, from a diverse range of backgrounds.

For all inquiries, please contact Adam@CrookesMagazine.com

Interview: Ingrid Michaelson on New Album inspired by Netflix’s Stranger Things

INGRID MICHAELSON has just released Stranger Songs – a unique album inspired by Netflix’s pop culture phenomenon, Stranger Things. Each of the eleven songs on Stranger Songs were first inspired by an individual scene or overarching theme from the show, before growing into fully-fleshed out works of art, each telling a story that can be…

Interview: Rena Owen on Freeform’s SIREN, ONCE WERE WARRIORS & New Zealand

RENA OWEN is currently starring in Freeform’s hit mermaid drama Siren, which has just been confirmed for a third season. You may recognize the New Zealand-born actress from the Kiwi classic Once Were Warriors, for which she received worldwide acclaim. AC: How different is the acting culture in New Zealand? RENA OWEN: Compared to the…

Interview: Sophia La Porta on Hulu’s FOUR WEDDINGS AND A FUNERAL Series

SOPHIA LA PORTA is currently starring in the television adaptation of the beloved Richard Curtis comedy Four Weddings And A Funeral. Based on the iconic 1994 British film of the same name, the Hulu series was written and produced by television titans Mindy Kaling and Matt Warburton. AC: What can audiences expect from Hulu’s Four…

Interview: Alexander Arnold on The Beatles Musical YESTERDAY, BITTER WHEAT & Sky’s SAVE ME

ALEXANDER ARNOLD is starring in Danny Boyle’s Yesterday alongside Lily James and Himish Patel. The romantic comedy imagines a world in which The Beatles never existed. Alexander is currently performing alongside John Malkovich in David Mamet’s Bitter Wheat at the West End’s Garrick Theatre. The provocative play centers around the fall of a depraved Hollywood…

Interview: Ash Hunter on the West End’s HAMILTON Musical & Hulu’s HARLOTS

ASH HUNTER has just completed a year in the West End’s first cast of Hamilton, playing Alexander Hamilton himself. He is currently starring in season three of Hulu’s 18th-century period drama Harlots. Ash has also just finished filming on the BBC’s The Trial Of Christine Keeler alongside Sophie Cookson, Ellie Bamber and James Norton as…

Interview: Ivanno Jeremiah on New Refugee Film THE FLOOD

IVANNO JEREMIAH can currently be seen in The Flood opposite Lena Headey. The drama focuses on a British immigration officer deciding the fate of an asylum seeker. Ivanno was most recently seen reprising the popular character of Max in hit Channel 4 sci-fi series Humans opposite Gemma Chan and Colin Morgan and is currently in…

Interview: Rising Star Bryce Lorenzo on SyFy’s Dark Comedy HAPPY

BRYCE LORENZO is the breakout star in SyFy’s dark comedy Happy, now in its second season. The show follows Nick Sax (Christopher Meloni), a corrupt ex-cop turned hitman who is about to hit rock bottom until his inebriated life is forever changed by a tiny, relentlessly positive, imaginary blue-winged horse named Happy (Patton Oswalt) which…

Interview: DMA’S on MTV Unplugged Album, Festivals & Experimentation

DMA’S have been on a steady rise up from down under. The Syndey trio recently saw their fanbase swell with a rush of new devotees after the release of their latest album For Now. The band just released their MTV Unplugged Live album. It was recorded at Melbourne’s intimate Memo Music Hall last October, with…

Interview: Susan Wokoma on Channel 4’s YEAR OF THE RABBIT & BBC’s DARK MONEY

SUSAN WOKOMA is currently starring in Channel 4’s Year Of The Rabbit – the hilarious sitcom follows a group of Victorian detectives investigating a local murder. In the six-part series, Susan stars as the country’s first female police officer. AC: What can you tell us about your role in Channel 4’s Year Of The Rabbit?…

Interview: Jack Farthing returns to BBC’s POLDARK for the show’s final chapter

JACK FARTHING will soon appear in the fifth and final season of gripping BBC One historical drama Poldark. The actor will say goodbye to his role as the villainous George Warleggan, whom he has played for the past four years. Later this year, Jack will also be seen in Official Secrets opposite Keira Knightley, Matt…

Interview: Laine Neil talks STRANGE ANGEL Season Two on CBS All Access

LAINE NEIL can currently be seen in the second season of Strange Angel on CBS All Access. The 1930s period drama follows famed rocket scientist Jack Parsons and his fascination for the occult and dark worlds of science. Neil stars alongside Jack Reynor and Bella Heathcote, as the younger sister of Parson’s wife. AC: What…

Interview: Tyler Ramsay on New Album, Songwriting & Touring

TYLER RAMSAY has just released his debut solo-album For The Morning with Fantasy Records. The former Band Of Horses co-writer and lead guitarist threads rock, country and folk into a rich, new branch of American roots music all of his own. A Dream of Home, one of the album’s many standout tracks, was written on…

Interview: Rafael V. DeLeon talks Spike Lee’s SHE’S GOTTA HAVE IT Season Two on Netflix

RAFAEL V. DeLEON has just returned for the second season of Spike Lee’s She’s Gotta Have It on Netflix. Fans first met Rafael’s character, ‘Manny Garciela’ in the bike shop alongside his best friend, Mars Blackmon (Anthony Ramos), and the duo will be back together this season.  AC: What can audiences expect from the second…

Interview: John Paul Fauves on Artwork, Inspiration, Mystery & Identity

JOHN PAUL FAUVES is a masked artist who has never been seen in public. Although, he is recognized internationally for his Neo Pop Expressionism, dealing with identity through art, mainstream culture and social media. Inspired by American idols James Dean and Steve McQueen, his latest art series Alts iz Farloyrn, translates to All is Lost,…

Interview: Dino Fetscher on BBC Drama YEARS AND YEARS & GENTLEMEN JACK

DINO FETSCHER is currently starring in BBC’s YEARS AND YEARS, alongside Emma Thompson, Rory Kinnear and Russell Tovey. The six-part drama – from the mind of Russell T Davies – explores how technology and political unrest impacts the Lyons family, as time jumps forward fifteen years into the future, telling the story of a future…

Interview: Desmond Chiam on NOW APOCALYPSE, ABC’s REEF BREAK & Los Angeles

DESMOND CHIAM is currently starring in the fast-moving and vibrant Now Apocalpyse on Starz. The show focuses on a group of friends – pursuing love and fame whilst trying to navigate the surreal and bewildering city of Los Angeles. This summer, Desmond will be seen in French-American crime drama Reef Break on ABC, opposite Poppy…