Adam Goldberg takes you inside the mind and shortcomings of Arthur Banks – a man who just can’t seem to find a woman good enough for him. The Trivial Pursuits of Arthur Banks. Only online.
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Writer / Director Peter Glanz and the cast of The Trivial Pursuits of Arthur Banks share their insights into the web of relationships and character deficiencies that come to the fore in episode 1, “I Pulled a Polanski”.
Chloe is obsessed with Arthur because of his age. Fabianne Therese examines her character’s attraction to Arthur and belief that she is older than she actually is.
Arthur’s longtime girlfriend Annette puts up with a lot. Wendy Glenn explains her character’s attitude and how she chooses to deal with Arthur’s foibles.
Writer / Director Peter Glanz and the cast of The Trivial Pursuits of Arthur Banks shed light on the importance of Cornelia’s character and Chandler’s insecurities as the opening night for Arthur’s play approaches in episode 2, “Silent Treatment”.
Cornelia is as over-the-top an actress as you can get. Laura Clery analyses her character’s psychoses, why she is fascinated with Arthur, and how difficult it is for her to contain her emotions.
Arthur’s therapist has been analyzing him for 20 years. Jeffrey Tambor brings comedy to the role with candor and the love that he has for his patient. The Trivial Pursuits of Arthur Banks. Only online.
Pete Chekvala puts the character of Chandler into perspective, outlining his friendship with Arthur and his love/hate attitude towards his marriage and family.
Arthur’s story comes full circle in episode 3, “The Latent Existentialist”. Writer / Director Peter Glanz and the cast of The Trivial Pursuits of Arthur Banks dive into the lessons learned and where this leaves Arthur and his trivial pursuits.
Sophie is a complicated character with a big secret. Liesl Gaffney Dawson explains her character’s sadness and what makes her so compelling.