Is all of that scripted, or do you guys improvise some of the teasing? The writers have openly told us, “We write for your characters, as we see the way you develop the characters.” They pick up on little things.
Stuff that begins by being improvised gets added in writing, in a later episode. I’m not from the States, so Thanksgiving, for me, was never a huge tradition. Watching TV.” He said, “Why don’t you come over to my place?
He’s really fun and he improvises so many things at the end of the scenes. We all make each other laugh, to be honest with you.
He seems to fit in very well, and I think that’s why he was cast.
It’s a double-edged sword because, on one hand, you have this confidence because the show already exists and that’s a wonderful platform for us to step onto, but on the other hand, you have such faithful fans who might not receive us very well because we have the same title, even though now we’ve become really a different show. Do your best and then walk away.” That’s how you have to treat auditions, otherwise you’d be stressed all the time. Are there any major changes for the show or your character? Her dad taught her to do everything, and I think Deeks is quite fascinated by that.
Daniela: We have a couple of additions to the show. She’s still a little weary of him, and she’s not one to let men get too close too quickly, so it’s going to be a really fun development for those characters.
This show is about the Naval Criminal Investigation Service’s Office of Special Projects (OSP).And then, when you pass that, you go to the network audition, which is in front of about 30 people and that’s really nerve-wracking.