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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.
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.
The Backlot: First of all: I just want to thank you for going by the name “Van.” It’s one of my favorite old Hollywood names. I missed out on potentially good friendships because I called them a funny name, and that was their name to me. TB: There is nothing like the fandom of soap operas.
The head of the studio e-mailed her and she e-mailed me and asked if I was interested. 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. 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. Kit Williamson needed to fill out the cast, and he hadn’t cast either Thom or Jeremy [Matthew Mc Kelligon] yet.
I thought of legally just changing my name to “Van,” but then I thought, what’s the point? TB: What’s the critical element of an un-dramatic relationship? Because if you respect somebody, then you wouldn’t take some of the actions these characters take. To love someone, you really have to respect them and put their needs as high as yours, if not higher. TB: Would you say it takes emotional maturity to play emotionally immature characters?
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.