It’s heightened and high stakes and life and death. But I never found a part that embraced that side of me. I get to let off steam beating up grown men every other day.
The books obviously have a cult following, and a lot of them feel pretty passionately about the show. I mean, I knew of that section in the bookstore where the paperbacks lived — I’d passed by it, but I’d never really gone into that aisle and looked at them. I kind of surprised myself by how much I loved the books.
“I guess there was some picture of me smiling in the water on your home page. — , and I didn’t really know what I was getting into. I liked that she was really tough and a total badass, but that she was really feminine and cared, was really passionate about what she did and what she was fighting for. It’s heightened, and not “oh, let’s just play it casual, whatever…” sort of acting. I can’t think of many others like yours on TV right now. A., some movies here and there, and a Broadway show.  So I needed a character to play that was like that. She’s really, really tough, and I love it because it’s empowering to play. The 36-year-old actress is most probably single these days as no news of her dating or having a boyfriend has been heard. They ask for what they need and the world is a magical treasure to them, as it should be! Well, it is quite hard to believe that the girl as gorgeous as her is still single. "He needs to discover who he really is and what he has to offer because in relationships, you can start to lose yourself a little bit," the Australian actor says."When you come out of a relationship, you have to rediscover yourself again. ' What Sean learns about himself is as much a surprise to him as it will be for the audience." He has started to explore life post-Becca with a new relationship to Paige, a young woman that has entered their lives for the first time in this new timeline.This is what happens when fans want the actors who play certain characters on a show to get together because their on- (and sometimes off-) screen chemistry just makes them look so gosh-darn cute. Finn Jones: "I've got to say that I don't dig beards that much, I think without the beard he'd be a nine out of ten? I've got quite a soft face, and it can kind of give you a bit of chafage, but I would say, no disrespect Gethin, but if you lost the beard a nine, with the beard probably a five." Allison Mack: Yeah!