As the Sioux City Journal approaches Cory Michael Smith, the 32 years old American actor shares his experience of working in the mega-hit TV series Gotham along with the co-stars. Gotham, which is centered around James Gordon’s life who struggles hard to reveal the crime-filled world of Gotham city and confronts a number of villains at the same time including The Riddler and The Penguin. With a fair rating of 7.9 out of 10 on IMDB, Gotham and it’s Gotham Jackets has been liked by the majority of the audience while receiving mixed reviews from the critics.
Notably, The Riddler, one of the villainous characters, has been played by Cory Michael Smith whose exceptional acting performance has earned him quite positive remarks from the critics and the fans. Moreover, while Smith was asked about his future plans after the end of Gotham, he replied, ” Ultimately? the end goal is to go back to live theater, but the theater scene is changing. There are a lot of short runs that are stocked with names that will sell well. It’s just what theater producers have been inclined to do in recent years. I don’t begrudge them of that. It’s the reality and I’m living in reality.”
Cory Michael Smith has been a newcomer into the television industry which is why he had a golden opportunity to learn a lot while working in Gotham as it would pave the way for his career’s success in the future and will contribute to the polishing of his skills.
“I got to work with all these incredible people – production designers, art directors, actors – and I learned what it takes to put on a significant production. I’ve grown as an artist, too, and I’ve learned how to calibrate material. It’s been an education,” Smith said.
For a newcomer like Smith who owns smoking hot facial structure visible in his picture in Cory Michael Smith Gotham Jacket, this has to be the growing stage where he has to interact with the co-stars and be familiar with the challenging environment which requires him to be focused and determined. Despite the fact, Smith has done justice to The Riddler in Gotham, it would not be unusual for him to have difficulty in finding a gig.
However, Smith seems too optimistic about his career as portraying Riddler enabled him to learn a lot. “The great relief and joy for me, personally, was the experience of having five years to build a character on such a grand, operatic scale. I just felt like we were constantly reinventing and kind of rebuilding ourselves. I felt like I got to play like five different characters almost. It was really cool,” Smith said.