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Interview: Bianca Kajlich

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Today’s technology has definitely changed the way people are dating and it has become a bit more complicated than it used to be. Based on the book Undateable: 311 Things Guys Do That Guarantee They Won't Be Dating or Having Sex, the NBC hit series Undateable enters its second season on Tuesday, March 17th at 9/8c. One of the reasons the series is back for its second season is the work of actress Bianca Kajlich.

Recently Bianca starred for several seasons on the hit CBS series Rules of Engagement. She’s also made appearances on shows such as Vanished, Dawson’s Creek and the cult Fox series Boston Public. On the big screen, she’s appeared in the films Halloween: Resurrection, Bring It On and 10 Things I Have About You.

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Interview: Katie Walder

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What do you get when you combine amazing talent, a drive to succeed and a little bit of luck? Don’t know the answer? Well, you get actress Katie Walder. The Pennsylvania born actress has built an impressive resume of work in the industry and there are no signs of her slowing down.

She’s made memorable appearances on television shows such as How I Met Your Mother, New Girl, Supernatural and Gilmore Girls. She’s also appeared in the films Shelter and The Neighbor.

This time around, Katie is really stretching her acting chops with the suspense/thriller Come Back to Me from writer/director Paul Leyden. In the film, Katie plays Sarah whom after a car accident, suffers blackouts & ends up pregnant though her husband Josh is sterile. As her life spirals she hides a camera in her home & unlocks a horrific secret with far-reaching consequences.

Katie sits down with us to discuss the challenges of this role, working with co-star Nathan Keyes and what separates Come Back to Me from other films in the same genre.

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Interview: Valerie Azlynn

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One of the best things about a neighborhood bar is the people that go there on a regular basis. That is the case with the TBS hit series Sullivan & Son which recently wrapped its third season. One of the bar patrons is Melanie Sutton played by the talented Valerie Azlynn. Melanie is a paramedic who is the little sister to all the guys in the bar and maybe much more with bar owner Steve Sullivan.

Valerie Azylnn has established herself as an actress to keep an eye on. At the age of 17, she moved from Connecticut to New York to study acting. There she built an impressive resume in the theater and singing with an opera company. This led her to move to Los Angeles to pursue a career in film and television.

Valerie has starred in hit television series such as Castle, Rules of Engagement and The Big Bang Theory. On the big screen she has been in films such as Tropic Thunder, Surrogates and The Last Hurrah. She recently finished the film Dark Awakening with veteran actor Lance Henriksen.

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Interview: Amy Gumenick

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In a short period of time, actress Amy Gumenick has built an impressive resume of film and television credits. The Swedish born actress graduated from the University California at Santa Barbara in 2008, earning a BFA in theatre with an emphasis in acting. She’s made memorable appearances on television shows such as Grimm, Rules of Engagement, Grey’s Anatomy and Castle. She became a fan favorite playing Mary Winchester on the hit series Supernatural. In a memorable performance, Amy took on the role of Natalee Holloway in the Lifetime television movie Natalee Holloway.

Currently she can be seen on the AMC hit series Turn which was just renewed for a second season. Amy was kind enough to sit down with us to discuss Turn, being a part of the Supernatural universe, diversity in her work and gives some sound advice for those looking to become actors.

Pop Culture Principle – Can you tell us what Turn is about?

Amy Gumenick – Turn is a Revolutionary War drama that tells the story of George Washington’s first spy ring. It gives a closer, more in-depth look into the people who formed the United States of America and what it is today. The writers have done an amazing job at capturing the historical accuracy of that time period, and making it accessible and interesting to a broader audience by their own level of drama. In doing so, it just doesn’t attract the history buffs out there but is enjoyable, entertaining and educational for everyone, regardless of what you know about the Revolutionary War. There have been lots of films that have tried to capture that. There are bits and pieces that we learn about in school and that we see in the media, but Turn gives more of an up close and personal, behind-the-scenes view of what that time period was for our country.

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