Wednesday 23 March 2016

Sterling K. Brown Reveals the Frustration He and Sarah Paulson Experienced on Set

If you've fallen in love with Chris Darden over the past few weeks of The People v. O.J. Simpson, you're not alone. The obsession with Darden and his relationship with Marcia Clark is all thanks to Sterling K. Brown with some help from Sarah Paulson who portrays the prosecuting attorney. 

Brown said “I reached out to him a couple of times beforehand and got nothing, the most interaction I've had is with his daughter on Twitter. I was disappointed. Sarah had a relationship with Marcia Clark…so it was really nice to see the two of them interact with one another, and I got a chance to talk to Marcia a little bit as well. I think I was hopeful that something like that could come my way, but ultimately it wasn't meant to be”.

Cuba Gooding Jr., who portrays O.J. Simpson on the series, recently revealed he sort of had a nervous breakdown while filming once he realized the gravity of the entire thing. Brown said he and Paulson would have conversations about their disbelief in how things went down at the trial, especially with Johnnie Cochran and Judge Lance Ito allowing him to sort of run the case. He said “There were times in which there was no acting involved because it was just frustration, It was full immersion, each moment I was trying to win this case. I'm going to put the gloves on O.J. Simpson, confetti is going to come down from the sky, everybody is going to lift Darden up and be like, Darden's the man! Darden's the man! You just sort of Jedi mind trick your way through this whole thing, thinking that at the end hopefully success could be your option

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