History Channel’s The Bible Casts Diogo Morgado As Jesus

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History Channel’s The Bible Casts Diogo Morgado As Jesus

by @Hollywood 2:18 mins

History Channel’s The Bible Casts Diogo Morgado As Jesus

by @Hollywood 2:18 mins

Reality TV mega-star Mark Burnett talks about finding Jesus for the new History Channel Series "The Bible". Burnett helped create several popular reality series including Survivor, Celebrity Apprentice and The Voice. Burnett and his wife Roma Downey talk about finding an actor that could embody the humility and strength most associate with the character Jesus Christ and Diogo Morgado was their final choice. Learn about him and co-stars Darwin Shaw and how Burnett's wife will be playing the Virgin Mary!

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