VIDEO: Gracepoint - Kendrick Sampson Profiles Dean Iverson

In a new video clip from Fox TV, Kendrick Sampson profiles Dean Iverson, the character he plays in Gracepoint. The new ten part murder drama is the America remake of the award-winning UK series Broadchurch.

Dean Iverson is the boyfriend of Chloe Solano (Madalyn Horcher), the sister of murder victim Danny. A little older than Chloe, he has ambitions to go to college and works as a busboy in his uncle's restaurant to pay his way. The character is an expanded version of Bradchurch's Dean Thomas, played by Jacob Anderson.

"He's a bit of an edgy character because of the secrets that he's hiding and the clandestine relationship with [the Solanos'] daughter," Kendrick explains "Just like a lot of kids who don't have their parents around, they look for love in sometimes the wrong places."

Watch the video here:

Gracepoint stars David Tennant and Anna Gunn as the detectives leading the investigation into the murder of a young boy in a sleepy coastal town and the plot follows the impact of the horrifying event and the ensuing press and police scrutiny on the small community. Also starring Nick Nolte, Michael Pena, Virginia Kull and Sarah-Jane Potts, the series premieres on Fox at 9pm/8c on Thursday 2nd October.


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