Mr. Bates Legal Team

thelovelycarsons:

Molesley and his hair problems

Comic relief throughout. 

(Source: amaidsconfession)

So, Baxter’s secret is that she’s a thief and has been to prison before her employment at Downton. Golly, where might we have heard that before…

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olehistorian:

Had a lot of fun filming #DowntonAbbey series five! Enjoy! #Downton #DowntonDay #DowntonNight #filmmaking
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olehistorian:

Had a lot of fun filming series five! Enjoy!

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mrbateslegal:

HAPPY DOWNTON DAY!!!

mymodernmet:

Seth Casteel, the photographer behind Underwater Dogs, is back with the adorable series Underwater Puppies (available at Barnes & Noble). Casteel, who taught over 1500 puppies how to swim, hopes to raise awareness of rescue and adoption as well as water safety for pets with these playful photos.

zhugh37:

Branson & Thomas ‘outsiders’ of Downton (X)  Thanks to repmet for the link!


brendancoyleonline:

Downton star ‘cut his teeth’ in Belfast
He is best known as the stoic Mr Bates in the hit period drama Downton Abbey, but actor Brendan Coyle has revealed to UTV how he “cut his teeth” in acting in Belfast.

The English actor explained that his father was from Omagh and his grandmother was from Belfast, and when he entered the acting world it was the city’s Lyric theatre that he first began his journey to Downton.
He said: “When I left school my cousin had a studio in Dublin and that’s where I went to train.
"Then I got my first big break at The Lyric in Belfast, so I did two years there and that’s where I really cut my teeth, doing great plays."
Brendan’s character Mr Bates returns to TV screens on Sunday as Downton Abbey is back for its fifth series.
And the question of whether or not he had anything to do with the death of his wife’s attacker, Mr Green, still looms.
With Mr Bates and Anna facing a multitude of troubles over the years, viewers will be eager for the pair to enjoy some happiness in their lives, but is that on the cards?
Unfortunately Brendan is giving nothing away, teasing that fans are simply going to have to watch and find out.
Downton Abbey returns to UTV on Sunday at 9pm.





© UTV News

brendancoyleonline:

Downton star ‘cut his teeth’ in Belfast

He is best known as the stoic Mr Bates in the hit period drama Downton Abbey, but actor Brendan Coyle has revealed to UTV how he “cut his teeth” in acting in Belfast.

The English actor explained that his father was from Omagh and his grandmother was from Belfast, and when he entered the acting world it was the city’s Lyric theatre that he first began his journey to Downton.

He said: “When I left school my cousin had a studio in Dublin and that’s where I went to train.

"Then I got my first big break at The Lyric in Belfast, so I did two years there and that’s where I really cut my teeth, doing great plays."

Brendan’s character Mr Bates returns to TV screens on Sunday as Downton Abbey is back for its fifth series.

And the question of whether or not he had anything to do with the death of his wife’s attacker, Mr Green, still looms.

With Mr Bates and Anna facing a multitude of troubles over the years, viewers will be eager for the pair to enjoy some happiness in their lives, but is that on the cards?

Unfortunately Brendan is giving nothing away, teasing that fans are simply going to have to watch and find out.

Downton Abbey returns to UTV on Sunday at 9pm.

© UTV News
I went to see Brendan Coyle’s (Mr Bates) play Mojo. I was waxing lyrical about it to anyone who’d listen for months.
- Joanne Froggatt in n.b. magazine (via a-rabbit-hearted-girl)