Colm Feore as Elias Kane
Nicolas (Barry Pepper, “Saving Private Ryan”) is a retired U.S. special operative who worked in the darkest shadows of the government, part of an elite “invisible” team that quietly took out some of the worst villains around the world. After being blamed for the exposure, and ultimately the assassination, of several members of his own team, Nicolas disappeared into a life of solitude and indignity. Now, two years removed, he is reluctantly drawn back into this dangerous world – with both enemies and supposed friends coming after him – to not only clear his name, but to prevent the killing of a new generation of noble operatives.
Colm Feore has been in the entertainment industry since the early 80s. Although he was born in Boston, Massachusetts his career began in Canadian television. Feore has continued with television success and has been part of television series like Fox’s 24, Showtime’s The Borgias, NBC’s Revolution, and recently on Netflix’s as Reginald Hargreeves in The Umbrella Academy. The actors film resume is lengthy and has been seen in films like the musical Chicago, Bon Cop Bad Cop, as Lord Marshal for The Chronicles of Riddick and in Marvel’s Thor as King Laufey.
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I had the opportunity to speak with Colm Feore to talk about Trigger Point. He shared how happy he was to film with the director Brad Turner again and how thankful he was to film during Covid-19 conditions. We also discussed acting techniques and of course something about Marvel.
Trigger Point is available in theaters today and On Demand April 23rd, 2021