Parenthood cast members dating
Glamour: In our 20s and 30s, friendships change so much.
Husbands and kids enter the picture, and I've had friends drop off the earth, which is so sad. I think anybody who is really present in their relationships and in trying to be the best person they are goes through this, even with their closest friends.
Mae: I do have an acting coach, Andrew Magarian, who's the best and has been with me since I was three. When it comes to crying, if you don't feel it, you don't feel it. It's exciting to see who else I can be in the morning and try new things. I felt so comfortable because at the end of the day, my main thing is comfort. Mae: There's a great waxing place called Stark. Glamour: Switching gears now, let's talk about friends. Glamour: What's the most important lesson your friends have taught you? I'm an only child, and I think I get very control freaky.
I don't read in the script "Amber cries in this part." You go in there and tell the truth, listen, and if something feels real, then I'll start crying. This cast is my real family, so when I see Miles going through something or when I'm talking to Lauren or having a scene with Peter, it doesn't take much to be really present. You're just in a different place, and that's honest too.. I'll dye my hair red and see what makeup looks good with that and dye my hair black and go to Sephora and be like, "What now? I'm all about pretty plain, '90s Gap comfort style, so it was nice only having to spend five minutes on my hair.__Glamour: Has the show ever said, "Make sure you tell us before you cut or dye it? They are so cool about that, and I think they liked it because she was a teenager doing that and now we've all looked back and went, "Jesus, what was I thinking? In this industry, you meet a hundred million people a day that you love and care about and want to hang out with all the time, but I'm also kind of a recluse and a slow mover, so it's really hard to keep in contact with everybody.
For the far squickier inversion, see Incestuous Casting.
With just a look, Mae Whitman can make the strongest of us an emotional wreck.
We became super close right away, and she's been one of my closest friends since. Glamour: We'll be here all day if I ask about everyone else, but tell me who your favorite guest star has been.
We ended up exchanging phone numbers and were like "Hey, whatever happens, we should hang out sometime." When I got the role, she was the first person I texted, even before my parents.He told me his favorite band was Tegan and Sara, and I got really excited because I was like "Those are my really good friends! Mae: Don't we all wish we could find ourselves a Sam? He is truly one of the nicest people I've ever met and so charitable and generous. Logistics aside, we were like, "Look, if we've really got to get into the nasty details of it, here's how it went down and blah, blah, blah." It's kind of one of those off-your-rocker moments, you know?