Madeleine Stowe Speaks on Victoria Grayson Role on Revenge


The ABC soap drama Revenge has now been pickup up live stream as the plot of the said soap heats up and becoming popular, and the recent boosts in ratings can no doubt be attributed at least partly to Madeleine Stowe’s portrayal of the icy billionaire Victoria Grayson. Madeleine Stowe now in hot seat because of this soap drama series.

At the recent stories in other international site, the show debuted in September 2011. Wednesday’s episode, titled “Chaos,” revisited a key scene from the pilot, which showed a mysterious man shot to death on the beach in the Hamptons area of New York, outside the posh homes of key characters Victoria Grayson, a scheming socialite in played by Stowe, and her future daughter-in-law Emily Thorne.

Apparently, Stowe’s character is one that fans of the show absolutely love to hate–so much so that Stowe says that Victoria Grayson is, on some level, akin to Lady Macbeth.

“I’m having a really good time with it,” Stowe said of playing the role of Victoria Grayson. “Not to compare this with Shakespeare, but there’s a Lady Macbeth kind of quality to her.”

“People are hurting and fearful economically about their livelihoods and their future. I think they feel, with what happened with the stock market and Wall Street, there’s a sense of villainy out there. And now they get to watch this completely fantasized version of that world,” she says. “People are enjoying seeing (the characters’) lives go askew.”

“Revenge” stars Madeleine Stowe as Victoria Grayson, Emily VanCamp as Emily Thorne, Gabriel Mann as Nolan Ross, Henry Czerny as Conrad Grayson, Ashley Madekwe as Ashley Davenport, Nick Wechsler as Jack Porter, Josh Bowman as Daniel Grayson, Christa B. Allen as Charlotte Grayson and Connor Paolo as Declan Porter. Executive producer Martin Bowen told Entertainment Weekly that the 18th episode is “crazy.

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