Whilst it is fair to say that a number of actors and characters have left an indelible mark on the Millennium universe, few have made the impact of Frank Black's enduring nemesis Lucy Butler.

Kudos must be given to Sarah-Jane Redmond for helping to create one of the most memorable antagonists to have featured in a 1013 creation. Few characters rattled Frank's cage in the same way Lucy did and rarely has a character been subjected to the same level of analysis and praise within the Millennium fan community.

We are proud, therefore, to bring to your attention Sarah-Jane Redmond's support of this campaign and to inform you that she has agreed to be interviewed and has offered a few goodies (more to come) that we can use to further interest in us and provide for you, the fans, an exclusive piece of Millennium memorabilia.

As you are aware we aim to involve you all as much as we are able in our efforts, the campaign relies on the visible support of the show's fans and we are pleased to announce that this latest triumph is no exception.

We are giving you all the possibility of contributing to the interview we will be conducting. We want to know what the fans want to know - if you had the opportunity to ask Sarah-Jane Redmond anything about her character and her time on Millennium, what would that be?

It is easy to submit your ideas to us, either leave them here as comments about this Blog entry or email them to us at

We are sure you will agree that this is an opportunity not to be missed and we are eager that Sarah-Jane is not kept waiting so the deadline for submissions is Tuesday 10th March. That said, let your imagination run amok, and send us your ideas.

We cannot guarantee that we will use all the submissions we receive but rest assured your efforts will be much appreciated.

Good luck to all of you!


Laurent. said... March 7, 2009 at 2:49 PM

Fans of Chris Carter's work were certainly amazed by her abilities to play dark, powerful and mysterious characters (in X-Files, Millennium and Harsh Realm alike). I'd like to know, in her opinion, what was the role in her career that was the furthest away from Lucy Butler or Inga Fossa.

Laurent. said... March 8, 2009 at 8:36 PM

Got another one.

Her most memorable characters in the 1013 universe all shared an ambiguous nature to say the least. We never knew what Lucy Butler's true nature was, what Inga Fossa's allegiances were or what the hell her character in I Want to Believe was up to. Are these questions discussed with the writers or, as an actor, is it best to be kept in the dark so that the ambiguity is felt on screen? Can it become a problem in some cases?

Mark Hayden said... March 9, 2009 at 6:49 AM

Thank you so much for your submissions Laurent, very well crafted and considered questions. We are delighted by the response to this, we have received emails, personal messages and comments on our Myspace profile and we will most certainly share with Sarah-Jane the interest in her and the high level of appreciation for her work.

Robert Sharpe said... March 9, 2009 at 8:34 AM

I hope you guys got my email submissions. I am a huge admirer of Sarah-Jane Redmond. A hugely talented actress and a real mainstay of 1013's franchises. Can't wait to read her interview with you. Well done for continuing to bring us such exclusives.

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