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“I like math, because there’s only one right answer.” “I was a smartass more than anything, making jokes and speaking out of turn. It wasn’t the most exciting, but I got to do stuff I’ve never done as an actor before–crying, and the whole situation with my dad, I think some kids relate to that.” “I’m working with Kerr Smith, from Dawson’s. Didn’t break the rules, however.” “I’m a mama’s boy, the type of guy that would rather go to a diner than a bar. I follow the rules.” “I walked into an agency in Vancouver hoping to get some modeling gigs, and they basically just asked me to be on television. I was supposed to be a teacher.” “Like most people, I grew up in a place where movies and being an actor seemed really out of reach. Kerr and I got along well on the set of Final Destination, so its gonna be fun to work with him again. I kind of like that, because even when he doesn’t want to do something, I figured he would go against his heart and do what he felt he was meant to do.” “I don’t play him as an alien, I play him as a guy who’s been dealt a particular hand in life where the stakes are very high, as a guy who has to be very cautious and do certain things to survive.” “I think Independence Day was my favorite episode. He`s going to question everything else and defy all authority.
I’d go into auditions ready for people to say ‘You’re not good enough,’ so every part I got was a bonus. You let one eh’ out or slip one sorry instead of sawry and they’re all over you! I poke fun at them for being American, but I have to tread lightly because I’m surrounded by about a hundred of ’em every day.” “I would want to be Spider-Man. But she knew I was doing it because it bugged her, so she wouldn’t admit that it bugged her.” “We get along so well. We hate to love each other, and we love to hate each other. At first I didn’t want Michael to go through this, but I like the way they’ve gone about it.” “He’s a big dork. He’s a dork with glasses.” “He’s a homebody who plays with his dog, and I harass him on occasion.” “He’s actually the [Roswell cast member] I hang out with the most.
She even appeared in a few episodes of the hit HBO dark-comedy Girls during its second and third season.
However, her biggest break since her Roswell days came in 2015 to 2018 when she got cast to star as lead Rachel Goldberg in the Lifetime drama series following a grim behind-the-scenes look at reality television, Un REAL.
After Roswell came to an end, she was quick to get cast in a string of roles in film and television including the 2002 blockbuster horror, Swimfan.
She also had recurring gigs in popular series such as the ABC drama Six Degrees, the famed NBC medical-drama ER, and a short-lived CW series called Life Unexpected.