"It's always been a problem." "After bad relationships, I never built up, like, ' Well, this next relationship, I'm going to take my time.' It's always just been like, ' No, I love you.
You're going to solve me now,'" Bloom told Since landing the lead role in The CW series, she admitted she still isn't used to the fame.
"Sometimes when people recognize me from the show, I geek-out over them geeking-out about me, to the point where they have to walk away sometimes," she said.
"They knew something I didn't." "Creating my own work and creating my own character was kind of like my haven to when I didn't feel like I was talented enough.
Creating my own work was almost my way to affirm, ' OK, I'm not crazy.
I'm in this for a reason.'" More Roundtables featuring comedy and drama actors, drama actresses, comedy and drama showrunners, and reality hosts and producers will roll out throughout June in print and online.
“I’ve never been the lead in anything before, and that’s what the role calls for. It was set up that way.” When asked what he draws from to reach the extremes, Cannavale answered, “Experience.
I feel like maybe 20 years ago I wouldn’t have been ready to do this part.
I’ve played a lot of different roles in the years leading up to this and I think those roles really sort of prepared me for it.” “I’ve gotten to play leads on stage before and in the last say, 10 years, I’ve gotten to play bigger roles and more interesting supporting roles, and I think they’ve all kind of led me to this character in a way.
I’ve gotten to play elements of this character in other parts, and I really get to put it all together now and really have fun with it.” Cannavale was nominated for a Tony for his leading role on Broadway in With an extensive résumé in television, film and stage, Cannavale has worked with many notable directors in the business.
He said the best directors are the ones who ask questions.
“I like when a director asks questions, and they may be rhetorical questions that he already has the answer to, but he’s making you feel like you’re coming up with the answer.
I find that really good directors do that.” Like all actors, Cannavale has to wrestle with being type-cast, and as an Italian American from New York, his agents know what scripts to avoid.
Cannavale told More roundtables featuring comedy actors and actresses, drama actresses, comedy and drama showrunners, and reality hosts and producers will roll out throughout June in print and online.