' But [I'd love to play] the funny guy so I could not furrow my brow in every scene and just do some jokes.
So what's coming up for Ethan in the second half of Season 2?And is he ever going to pick a twin and stick with her?I've been in so many high school hallways, it's ridiculous.So is there a type of role of project that you haven't gotten to do yet that you'd love to do sometime in the future?But I guess it's up to the audience to see what they get out of it. Do you hear from them about who they want to see Ethan with? You've been playing a teenager for like 10 years or something...[laughs] That's something I faux complain about on a daily basis.
I wonder when I'll get a job where I'm not shooting one of the scenes next to a high school locker.
TV show description: Inspired by the Sara Shepard book series of the same name, this TV show follows long-lost twins Emma Becker and Sutton Mercer (both played by Alexandra Chando).
Separated under mysterious circumstances, Sutton was adopted by the wealthy Mercer family in Phoenix, while Emma grew up in the foster system.
Something I would love to do is something with comedy.
I think I've sort of carved a little niche out for myself that whenever there's a character description that says, "Dark, edgy, brooding" they always think, 'Oh Blair Redford, let's bring him in!
And I guess it's up to the audience, but to me when I'm looking at it and when I'm shooting it, he treats them differently. you would need like a pie graph to keep up with it, but they've all got their own opinions. We're always asking our producer and the writing staff — it's just something different for us to shoot. Honestly, we have an amazing character who dies and the realistic affect is that it's going to completely change people's personalities. you know, from an actor's point of view, it's going to change our reaction to the remaining time on the show.