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I don’t know what I call them, because I can’t quite accept them as my colleagues. I’m not beyond that debate, but A) it won’t take place while I’m dressed like a storm trooper and B) not while I’m surrounded by thousands of people. CHRIS NEUMER: I’ll send you the bill, but I warn you, I’m so good, it’s going to be pretty high.
I was talking about this earlier today: a reality TV show focused on a booth of hot women down at San Diego’s Comicon. You would never have anything to do with this scene if it weren’t in your contract, as evidenced by the fact that you don’t know what they are. You’ll hear a lot of the same questions over and over and over again. LAURA RAMSEY: (laughs) CHRIS NEUMER: Have you done a lot of interviews at this point?
I know it’s only Canada, but I never thought in my life I’d get to live in California and survive and then get paid to go to all these interesting places.
CHRIS NEUMER: You do have to deal with journalists though. CHRIS NEUMER: This is where guys dress up like storm troopers and debate about which version of Superman is better. I still thank God that people want to talk with me, you know? It’s fun talking about things, it’s kind of like a therapy session, I get to get it all out.
“I’m happy with the path I’m on now.” With the possible exception of Donald Trump, there may be no one on the planet who doesn’t regret a few decisions. “Hindsight,” which airs Wednesdays at 10 p.m., catapults Becca from the eve of her second wedding in 2015 back to the morning of her first wedding in 1995.
We’ve almost all said or done something, major or minor, that we wish we could go back and do differently. As the premise suggests, Becca does have a few back stories she wishes had turned out better. 31, 2003, she would have an irreparable falling-out with her best friend Lolly (Sarah Goldberg). If Becca could fix only one thing, her friendship with Lolly would be it.
After playing a girl who had a chance to go back and do the last 20 years of her life over, getting a second shot at every unfortunate decision she made along the way, Laura Ramsey says no, she doesn’t think she’d want to do that herself. It’s just that playing Becca Brady in the VH1 series “Hindsight” suggested to her that do-overs aren’t nearly as clean and simple as we might think.
“No, I don’t think I’d like to go back to 1995,” says the 32-year-old Ramsey.
I feel like there are a lot of girls–and it’s funny, I was just talking to this girl at a party the other night and she said, “I just can’t wait to be famous because then I won’t have to audition anymore! I don’t go places so that I can have my picture taken and printed. I’m getting to the point where I want to do something artistic in that I feel like I want to control the acting and be dramatic. CHRIS NEUMER: Is there a role that would have fit that billing that you’ve seen recently?
CHRIS NEUMER: So you’re probably turning down the interviews with with a photo shoot, is that something you’d turn down?
LAURA RAMSEY: If that happened, I’d have to decided then and see what the benefits were to me then.
But one of the things I want to ask you, and don’t slap me or tell me to go to hell, but have you ever come across any instances like that on the casting couch? He did , and he did a lot of other things, but was renowned for bringing in actresses and telling them, “You do this, you get the part.” It was college hottie #1 in the credits, but he was renowned for doing that. Is there anything that surprised you, like how old are you now, 22, 23? CHRIS NEUMER: Is there anything that surprised you? Whenever I need to go out there to audition though, uh oh. LAURA RAMSEY: We’re coming through there on a press tour soon.
LAURA RAMSEY: I definitely heard about that, but I never knew that’s what it was called. First of all, I have a really bad guilty conscious, you’ve got to work to get where you want to go, in any case, in any job. I’ve heard that it’s happened, or things like that go on, for sure, and they never end up getting the job anyway, right? Like, I never realized that I could just call up and get DVDs. And now I look back and I think, how didn’t I know that? LAURA RAMSEY: Honestly, I’m still learning everything. I’m literally from a town of 800 people, there’s no stoplights and one gas station. I can retreat to my house and it’s super cool and really cute. And we’re going to the Mall of America in Minneapolis. LAURA RAMSEY: Growing up I was always like, “I want to go to the Mall of America! CHRIS NEUMER: This is a little thing that you’re finally able to accomplish–even if it is only going to the Mall of America–thanks to your acting.
They’ll say, “The benefits of it are that you get to travel,” but they’ll tell you that you can pass on it too. Looking at the questions she got asked, I have them here, take a look. LAURA RAMSEY: Yeah, in my interviews, I’d much rather talk about art and what I’m working on that what I do in my personal life. What do I wear to bed or what turns me on, that’s not what you should be asking me. with Gary Busey.” LAURA RAMSEY: In that case, I’ve never done coke… CHRIS NEUMER: Good, I’ll take this to mean I did my job just that well.