I want to pitch and make shows and now, when I get the free time, I meet other people and we discuss ideas for new TV series. Kreuk, a Canadian of Dutch-Chinese descent, adds: "I've been acting on TV for 17 years and I've become comfortable on a TV set - which is bad because you want to be scared." Since her TV debut in 2001, she has been acting consistently, several times in a role that spans many seasons.
She says that at her first audition, she was booked for a job "which ended up going to series".
That series was Edgemont (2001 - 2005), a family drama where she played an aspiring film-maker.
Prior to landing in Hollywood, the 30-year-old New Zealand-born actor (who’s also one of our Primetime studs) dominated televisions down under by starring in a variety of hit shows, including the popular Australian soap opera fame) and openly admits to us that he’s jealous of her supreme martial arts skills.
To play the iconic role, Gough and Millar recruited a new actor and former model named Tom Welling, whose few credits included a sexy role on Judging Amy.
But now it's averaging about 2.4 million viewers and a 0.9 rating among adults 18-34 — which is kinda baller for a CW show. Kristin Kreuk and Jay Ryan were spotted sharing a laugh on a golf cart as they made their way to the Comic-Con. Related: Taylor Is FAR From The Only Artist To Make A Diss Track!
He also admits that he used to be a professional clown. I’m a big fan of the original version of the series that starred Linda Hamilton.
Yeah, I used to watch it with my grandmother every time I came home from school. The main difference that I notice between the old series and the new version is that the beast’s makeup isn’t as intense.
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Kristin Kreuk could be done with acting in a couple of years.