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He began writing about travel in 2001, joined The Telegraph in 2014, and now edits the travel sections published on Saturdays and Sundays.

His favourite city is Rome; his favourite holidays involve cycling very slowly towards nice restaurants.

Castle Season 9 spoilers explore the truth about Stana Katic’s firing and Nathan Fillion’s role in bring about the end of Kate Beckett on the ABC show. It’s difficult to believe the scuttlebutt that others on the cast and crew didn’t like him.

Much has been made of Stana Katic’s ousting from Castle Season 9 but what’s the truth of the matter? Fillion seems to have maintained close and friendly ties with most people he’s worked with – and still spends time with them regularly.

As to the on-set behavior – let’s be fair, it’s likely both Katic and Fillion have been jerks on set – everyone has a bad day at work and acts out – the famous and the average alike.

Perhaps the bigger culprit in all of this is the ABC network. Nathan Fillion was the first one cast on Castle – he was the big star –he’s the 500-pound gorilla.

By comparison, Nathan Fillion has done primarily voice over work on some animated projects and video games which doesn’t take him away from his primary work on the ABC show.

otels Editor Caroline Shearing is Hotels Editor for Telegraph Travel.Her most memorable travel experiences include observing the Northern Lights in Finnish Lapland, a holiday with Buzz Aldrin in Thailand, and a hot-air balloon flight over Chile's Atacama Desert. She's still searching for the perfect mix of remote location, boutique design and a robust approach to sustainability.eputy Head of Travel Nick Trend is the Deputy Head of Travel and has been writing about travel and consumer issues for more than 25 years.He is especially interested in history and culture, particularly in Europe, but he also likes a nice beach.ruise Editor Teresa Machan is the Telegraph's Cruise Editor.

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