actor Kyle Klaus
With the return of Showtime's HOMELAND, mashabiki find the thrilling spy tale back on American soil for Season 6.

Actor Kyle Klaus joined the ranks as a TAC Team member on the hunt during the first episode. He was literally banging down the door of someone in the Big apple suspected of terrorism.

The appearance marked the sekunde Showtime series for Kyle, previously popping up in an episode of Billions. He’s also been seen on the festival circuit in My Bakery in Brooklyn at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival and starring in director Cody Blue Snider’s award-winning WW2 veteran drama, All That Remains.

Kyle Klaus recently took time to answer a few questions:

Tell us about your role in Homeland.

KYLE KLAUS: I play the lead TAC Team agent in charge of hunting down and bringing in a suspect of a terrorist organization.

How was it to work in this high-intensity hit show?

KK: In short - It was very high intensity...just like it seems in the show. wewe have to get yourself to a place where wewe put yourself into that state of mind and those circumstances. wewe definitely develop an appreciation for those who do that on a daily basis.

Were wewe a shabiki of the onyesha yourself before landing the role?

KK: I actually had not seen the show, but heard great things and was meaning to catch up on it. Once I landed the role, I started kwa going back to the first season. It's great...I have ALOT of catching up to do...

Any interesting stories from the set wewe can share with us?

KK: Well, we had real life ex-cops and ex-military personnel that were able to double check the authenticity. I upendo to learn and was constantly asking them their opinion on something and how something would really be handled, just so I could properly represent those who do that for a living.

What’s the biggest lesson wewe learned from working on this project?

KK: I learned that while there are protocols and proper ways to do things, law enforcement really has a tough job. There is so much that wewe think about and try to be prepared for, but until wewe are faced with that situation in real time - there is a lot wewe have to just rely on instincts and best judgement. At best its organized chaos. That being said, I also am empathetic toward those that fall victim to social profiling - a topic that is big in this season.

And, now just for fun:

Who’s your inayopendelewa actor/actress?

KK: Brad Pitt - I think he's been very underrated his career on some performances. He's not just a pretty face. Two others at this moment that come to mind are Matthew McConaughey and Leonardo DiCaprio. I have been shabiki throughout their whole career and their latest work has been even zaidi impressive. They keep improving.

What role from the past do wewe wish wewe could have played?
KK: Stanley Kowalski in Streetcar Named Desire au Tyler Durden in Fight Club.

Favorite movie au TV onyesha from your childhood.
KK: Terminator 2 was one of the first sinema I ever saw in the theatre that I remember I think really stuck with me early on to influence me wanting to make sinema and tell stories. The characters, story, muziki and world that was created in that film kwa James Cameron was so impressive.

Tell us one thing that would surprise our readers to learn about you.
KK: I used to be able to dunk a basketball, and have a really good jumpshot.

How can mashabiki keep up with you?
KK: Instagram link and Twitter link au my website link

actor Kyle Klaus