Spacey plays Frank Underwood, a ruthless American political operator.
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"House of Cards" star Kevin Spacey says that the Netflix series has made him a star in China – including with its Communist leaders – even though the service is not available there. The actor, who plays the ruthless American political operator Frank Underwood in the series, said that he was greeted like a superstar on a recent trip to the country.The political drama, adapted from a BBC series of the same name, is the Internet platform's flagship series, winning both Emmy and Golden Globe awards.It hopes to up those numbers with its first French-based show "Marseille," starring Gerard Depardieu, which premieres in May, and the German series "Dark" which will follow in 2017 .
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