You need these twists and turns that are completely unexpected to keep people intrigued. And this was a lot more grounded in reality than some of the stuff I had to do on a soap.
There were certain parts about it I really liked, but I had lived in New York eight years previously. What people have told me is that no one had idea that Cal was going to sleep with Jeremy.
When he comes to, the boyfriend has been murdered and he’s the prime suspect.
The four-time Emmy Award-nominated actor is best known for his long-running role as Luke as well as for his role as Thom on the popular web drama . He spoke with me recently about his new movie and a lot more.
Van admitted: actor Van Hansis is dating fellow actor Tyler Hanes.
"They're very happy and have been dating for a while now," says our source.
He suggested to (director) Casper Andreas and (screenwriter) David Michael Barrett to take a look at me. Luke’s relationship with Noah (Jake Silbermann) covered so much from coming out to living together to getting shot and going blind. But Jake is one of my closest friends to this day – I just saw him last weekend.
You two were so good together then came along the sexy Dr. In real life, you are in a relationship with Tyler Hanes who is starring on Broadway right now in Cats as the Rum Tum Tugger.
What did you think when you saw the movie for the first time? I related to those frustrations, the trying to do the right thing, and sometimes failing miserably at it. We shot those first three episodes in November, then we didn’t shoot the rest until February. I asked to read the script and loved it, sent Kit an e-mail, had coffee with him, and it was pretty much a done deal. I thought it was unique and that the story was really fresh, and I love Kit’s writing. You’ll see characters on TV who are talking in this super-cool way, and people do not talk that way in real life. Kit’s writing is so natural, though people are really saying funny and sometimes awful things. TB: Watching , it’s both real-seeming and melodramatic, and therefore the show is both relatable and not relatable. VH: I related a lot to what was on the page, though not specifically to Thom. It was interesting, though, because I related to all the characters because of how they’re going about getting what they want and failing at it. There’s all these twists and turns, like in the third episode when Cal goes and sleeps with Jeremy. VH: I don’t think I’ve ever been cheated on, and I’ve never cheated on anybody. I guess I have a very un-dramatic relationship, so it’s fun to be in dramatic relationships onscreen. That’s the issue these characters have; they love each other, but they don’t respect each other. I think sometimes especially young people get really excited about the prospect of being in love and all this stuff, then they treat the person they love pretty awfully. Jeremy and Ian might be the only ones who are possibly capable of that at this point. I think Kit’s found a really cool way of making characters who have archetypal behavior, but they’re not archetypes. The first character I related to was Cassie — that really entertaining girl who’s kind of a complete mess. (Source) TB: I watched the show and kept thinking, “I don’t relate to these people, but I’ve dated these people.” Did this show relate at all to your dating experiences? I’ve been in the same relationship for a long time now, and we’re very happy, my partner and I.