Sebastian Roché Appears on the ‘Monsters, Madness and Magic’ Podcast


On this week’s episode of the Monsters, Madness and Magic podcast, Justin interviews the angel Balthazar himself, Sebastian Roché. In “Banter with Balthazar – an interview with Balthazar,” Justin and Sebastian talk about traveling, working on indie movies, Supernatural, and more!

Sebastian Roché played Balthazar on Supernatural, Mikael on The Originals, and recently portrayed Doctor Ethan Campbell on Batwoman.

Monsters, Madness and Magic is a podcast dedicated to all things macabre: movies, books, music, interviews, and more. Previous guests of the podcast include Rob Benedict, Julian Richings, and Dee Wallace.

Monsters, Madness and Magic is available to listen on Apple Podcasts and wherever you listen to podcasts. Be sure to subscribe to the podcast to access the back catalogue and to be notified each time a new episode is released.

I am a legal secretary from Belgium. When I am not working, I enjoy reading, watching movies and TV shows, travelling to see friends and to go to conventions and trying to get better at photography. My main goal is to pet as many cats as possible. Currently obsessed with Lucifer, Game of Thrones, Star Trek Discovery and the Handmaid's Tale.

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