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Maxim Baldry tells us about his role in the new Russell T Davies dystopian family drama, life in Russia and having sex with Russell Tovey
Maxim wears knitwear, by AMI, trousers, by Acne Studios at Matches Fashion

F rom the out-and-proud Queer as Folk 20 years ago to 2018’s A Very English Scandal, with Doctor Who, Cucumber and others in between, Russell T Davies has asserted himself as one of the UK’s finest modern-day queer creatfive voices.

Next month, his latest project, Years and Years, arrfives on the BBC, presenting Russell’s vision of what could unfold over the next 15 years, shown through the eyes of a family from Manchester.

Joining the show’s cast, which includes Emma Thompson, as a firebrand, wannabe politician, Rory Kinnear and Russell Tovey, is 23-year-old Maxim Baldry, as gay Ukrainian refugee Viktor, who arrfives in Manchester seeking asylum.

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