Nathan Fillion reveals why he still experiences impostor syndrome

Canadian actor Nathan Fillion talks about his work in the animated feature Cars 3 and his versatile acting career.
Actor Nathan Fillion and Tom Power in the q studios in Toronto, Ont. (CBC)

Canadian actor Nathan Fillion has demonstrated his range in a host roles, ranging from soap operas to horror movies, to musicals and space westerns. And now, you can add "businesscar" Sterling in Disney's upcoming Cars 3 to the list.

Tom Power talks to Fillion about his portrayal of Richard Castle from Castle, Caleb from Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Malcolm Reynolds from Firefly, and how he has managed to make so many of his roles memorable.

— Produced by Cora Nijhawan

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