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Published On: Mon, Nov 3rd, 2014

Charlie Weber interview: ‘How to Get Away with Murder,’ Viola Davis, ‘Buffy’ and ‘90210’

ABC found a hit show with How to Get Away with Murder and co-star Charlie Weber took out time to speak with Dispatch Radio about the show, his co-stars and even meeting Hollywood superstar Denzel Washington.

photo Sade Adelekan

photo Sade Adelekan

Charlie says working with Viola Davis is truly “lovely” and confessed that during their first scene together, he “took a breath” to enjoy the moment. He then details an amazing encounter during a table read when Denzel visited the set.

Weber can’t say much about the show, but offers some insight in his character’s future relationships as the show was just picked up for a full season.

The suspenseful legal thriller stars Davis, Weber, Billy Brown, Alfred Enoch, Jack Falahee, Katie Findlay and Karla Souza.

Weber is famous for his roles on the 90210 reboot and Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Charlie reflects on the shows, the experience and most interesting, the fandom that still exists today. He even talks about attending the London Comic-Con (and why he really went) and what his take away has been.

We even briefly discuss his great role on Everwood as Charlie confesses how lucky he feels.

How to Get Away with Murder airs Thursday on ABC  at 10 p.m.

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Charlie Weber as Frank Delfino How to get away with murder

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