Daniel Mays has been nominated for the NTA Awards long list for Best Drama Performance for his portrayal of Samuel Pepys in ITV’s The Great Fire.
You can vote at the NTA website for the long list (once per email address, of course!)
Voting close at 23:59 on Sunday 18 October. The short list of nominees will be announced closer to January 2016.
The 21st annual NTAs awards ceremony will be held on 20 January 2016 at the O2 in London.
Best of luck to Danny!
Danny was previously NTA nominated for his 2012 performance of Ronnie Biggs in ITV’s Mrs Biggs.
Daniel Mays official Twitter: @DanielMays9
You can catch up with The Great Fire episode 4 on ITV player for the next 30 days:
The Great Fire is now available on iTunes in the UK.
You can catch up with The Great Fire episode 3 on ITV player for the next 30 days:
Episode four airs Thursday 6 November at 9PM on ITV
ITV’s The Great Fire concludes on Thursday 6 November at 9PM.
Thomas guiltily reveals that Sarah’s husband Will is not dead as she suspected. He is in fact alive having deserted to the colonies, leaving his family alone and penniless. Sarah’s shock turns to anger at Thomas. And it’s with a shadow hanging over them that they return to Moorfields…
You can catch up with episode two of ITV’s The Great Fire on ITV player for the next 30 days:
Itv’s The Great Fire continues on Thursday, 30 October with episode three:
Thomas returns to the city in search of Sarah to see the fire spreading with alarming speed across the capital. In Whitehall the King’s angry to learn his orders to create fire-breaks have been ignored by his advisors…
Episode one of ITV’s The Great Fire is now available on ITV Player for the next 30 days.
Episode two airs Thursday 23 October at 9PM.
Daniel Mays was interviewed on ITV’s This Morning earlier. Watch it here.
Danny will also be interviewed by Talk Sport radio later today.
ITV has posted a series of behind the scenes videos from The Great Fire filming.
The Diaries of Samuel Pepys features Daniel Mays discussing his portrayal of Pepys.
The Special Effects used during the Great Fire that were used to subsequently burn down the set!
Tune in tomorrow evening at 9PM to ITV to watch episode one of this epic miniseries event!