Dr. Death with Dominic Burgess
The trial of Dr. Christopher Duntsch in Texas was one of those most surprising revelations in the past few years. The former American neurosurgeon was convicted for gross malpractice of maiming several patients, including killing two of them. The events unfolded in the Peacock narrative series of Dr. Death with Joshua Jackson playing Christopher Duntsch.
In the series and in real life, Duntsch’s best friend Jerry Summers supported him throughout his career. Through blind loyalty, Summers even asked Duntsch to operate on his neck injury and left his friend as a quadriplegic. Summers is portrayed by the talented Dominic Burgess in the series.
Here’s the brief synopsis:
Neurosurgeon Robert Henderson and vascular surgeon Randall Kirby set out to stop the brilliant but sociopathic Dr. Christopher Duntsch, whose patients leave his operating room either permanently maimed or dead; inspired by the terrifying true story.
The series also stars Alec Baldwin and Christian Slater.
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LRM Online’s Gig Patta discussed with English actor Dominic Burgess as the childhood friend and former patient of Dr. Christopher Duntsch. We discussed the character’s personality of Jerry Summers, his transformations, and his thoughts about Dr. Death.
Dominic Burgess is best known for many popular television shows and series, including playing Victor Buono in Ryan Murphy’s Feud. His other television credits included NBC’s The Good Place, The CW’s The Flash, Netflix’s Santa Clarita Diet, ABC’s Modern Family, HBO’s The Leftovers, and even in FX’s It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. In films, his feature film debut came in Christopher Nolan’s Batman Begins and later appeared in 2019’s horror film Ma and this year’s black comedy Breaking News in Yuba County.
All eight episodes of this intense drama for Dr. Death is currently streaming on Peacock.
Watch the exclusive interview with Dominic Burgess below. Let us know what you think.
Source: LRM Online Exclusive, Peacock