Stephen Graham has said that his dyslexia is so bad that his wife reads her scripts and chooses her roles.
Line Of Duty has been an open star on the battle with learning difficulties and said the support provided by its actress, Hannah Walters.
The Bafta Sessions trial process together with British Academy Television Awards, Graham talked about Shane Meadows' experiences with which he worked with The Is England series.
He said: "Shane takes a lot of time to enter the character and spend most of the time doing it, and then it's what happens when you're in the room.
"Knowing the script is knowing, knowing and then throwing."
He added: "I am dyslexic and I am struggling. My message reads the script and I do it, or does it. It has made good choices.
"I have to read and read and read, and then I say it for the first time."
Graham, who was nominated for Best Supporting Actor for his work on Save Me, has recently been shocked by the shock of his character in Line Of Duty
John Corbett has been killed in the last section of the dramatic drama of the police while attempting to leave the group he was hiding.
Filling Shaw, who starred at the Graham Bafta panel, starred Killing Eve in the heart of the show that debated "women's trilogy", along with Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh.
He cited "the vain choice between good and evil and" virgin "Jodie, who is the most charming and evil person, and the good person at Sandra's afternoon, makes it less good and is middle-aged. & # 39; and then there's & # 39 ; crone & # 39; (Shaw's role), in a way that is, sometimes within the trading scheme. "
"It's a very old structure and the other two elements can be fulfilled by third parties."
He praises the original author of Phoebe Waller-Bridge, who helps James Bond's next screenwriter, Shaw said: "Phoebe is just as brilliant as it can turn the plate."
Likewise, Lucian Msamati, Kiri, Chance Perdomo and Stath Lets Flats have been the creator and bandmate Jamie Demetriou.
The Virginian British Academy Television Awards will be presented on May 12 and will be broadcast on BBC One.
– Press Association