Goss Takes On Monster Role

Former BROS star LUKE GOSS has once again ditched his heart-throb looks - this time to take on the role of FRANKENSTEIN's monster.

The British musician-turned-actor, who was barely recognisable as a villain in BLADE II, will next be seen in America as monster in the upcoming mini-series FRANKENSTEIN, alongside WILLIAM HURT and DONALD SUTHERLAND.

But Goss admits it took a lot of work on the Slovakia set for him to transform into his gruesome character.

He says, "Make-up took about five hours each day. I'd have to be patient. I'd meditate and zone out. Sometimes I'd get an hour's sleep. It was five hours of torment."

The mini-series will air in America next month (OCT04).

29/09/2004 21:16

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