Jessy Schram has been a natural performer since early childhood. At the age of 10, her "intangible star quality" was recognized by the Stewart Talent Agency in Chicago, which signed her as both an actress and fashion model. She immediately established herself as one of Chicago's most successful child models by booking numerous commercials, print ... Wikipedia
I tend to be a jam-band fan, and I love The Rolling Stones.
You know that you're part of a [Steven Spielberg] production when you've got some aliens involved, but you REALLY know when you're sitting there at a table read and they say, "Steven really wanted it this way".
Last Resort (2012), to me, is very much about finding truth and integrity in an extraordinary situation.
When you're on a submarine you're usually underwater for months at a time, and you don't get to Skype or make phone calls. When you get messages, they're maybe two sentences. They're very short.
Any show that includes guns or machinery or stuff like that, you need to trust who's around you because blanks are flying.
There are so many different styles of yoga.
My experience with Last Resort (2012) is very different from most of the cast. While they are next to a mountain, I'm always within the four walls of my home.
I loved The Chicago Code (2011); I watched that a lot. It was great because it really captured the city--I'm from Chicago, too.
At different times in your life, your body needs different things.
For the spouse of someone in the service, you are your own provider, your own lover, you own best friend while that person's gone--the mother and father if you have kids.
"Terrible" is not a word I would use in shooting romantic scenes with Scott Speedman.
In Falling Skies (2011) I was playing a soldier and a fighter, and then, when I was taken captive, you're still in this post-apocalyptic world.