The interviews just keep rolling in, and I'm feeling a little light-headed from all the excitement.

Channel Guide posted a wonderful interview with Tom that revealed some new T-Mis FactsTM, including a secret ritual he has for getting into character:

“No one in the world knows this,” Mison says, dropping his voice a bit conspiratorially. “I have a little Sleepy Hollow playlist on a day when the wig and coat are not enough, and that playlist helps a lot.”

He listens to Tom Waits — because who screams “Revolutionary era” more than the gravelly voiced singer? “I am a huge fan,” Mison says of Waits. “I have been lobbying the producers when we reveal the third apocalypse, ‘please can we have Tom Waits?’” His playlist includes the more expected, such as 18th century sea shanties. There’s also French singer Woodkid, and Depeche Mode’s “Personal Jesus.”

“It all helps,” Mison says. “Maybe one day, I’ll release it.”

We also learn that his favorite stage role is his turn as James Leighton-Masters in Posh (quite timely, since the film version called The Riot Club has been released this past week - Tom has a cameo at the start of the movie):

What were your favorite stage roles? I was in a play called “Posh” about entitlement, loosely based on the Bullingdon Club, an Oxford University drinking society for only the very, very well-to-do students. The play was written in time for the last election. The mayor of London, they were all members. They would hire a room, get absolutely @#$%-faced and smash everything that can be smashed, and when the proprietor walks in, hand over a wad of cash and say, “Deal with it.” The play was written [with the message that] if you vote for him, this is the kind of thing you are getting. Every night people were leaving arguing with other members of the audience they did not arrive with. It sparked debate all the time. Police had to be called because a fight broke out. That was the pinnacle of my career — to be involved in a play that caused such debate that a fight broke out in a theater bar.

He also reveals to them that he's into food porn - apparently a good pie can really get him going. He also enjoys the many facets of coconut oil and lusts after watermelon. Food also came up in an interview Canada.com posted. In that one he mentioned he was "living off pulled pork and bourbon and sweet potato fries." Sounds like he's assimilating to North Carolina quite well.