"It's really tough when you are young in this business. "People have this insatiable appetite for it — so how far can you go with that? " "'There's tough balance in being a nice person about it and becoming too closed off and not nice," she added. Last week, I had the pleasure of chatting with Ben Mc Kenzie, who was one of best interviewees ever — easygoing, funny and candid. And make fun of this rich kid who’s trying to be a cop. JJ: Have you personally gotten in trouble with the law? The 30-year-old actor talked about being single (yes, ladies, I said single), keeping in touch with his costars from , which premieres tonight on NBC! There’s plenty of opportunities for them on a certain level to allude to my experiences on , they’re not really, but kind of a reference within a reference. BM: I’ve been pretty lucky, I haven’t been caught doing anything. And I’m hoping this experience playing a cop on television will buy more latitude should I ever need the help of law enforcement. When asked if she cared about her reputation, she shot back, "Clearly not!" "That would really do your head in if you were thinking like that," she continued. After she left the series, her acting career never recovered and her personal troubles continued: People reported Monday that her Los Angeles home is in foreclosure.
"It's something I came so close to not doing," the 28-year-old said. People say be grateful for what you have but it (was) certainly not the kind of thing I was expecting it to be. I've kind of seen it all." Barton experienced some rough patches during the height of her fame, including a drunk-driving arrest in 2007 and being placed under a 5150 psychiatric hold in 2009.
Real cops play our background extras which is pretty cool. Our technical advisor Chick Daniel is an ex-LAPD and ex-SWAT.
His wife is an ex-LAPD, so there’s a lot of cops around so certainly they can help me out should I get into a situation.
Basically, I grew up with a little bit of money which is interesting because it allows my training officer to refer to me as Tori Spelling and Richie Rich! Even compared to the pilot, we’re stretching the rules of television even more after that. ) digital cameras that are pretty new to television. We’ll air consecutively for seven weeks starting on Thursday at 10pm Eastern, until the third week of May and at that point, they’ll break into summer schedule for NBC and get going in the fall.
A friend referred me over, so thanks for the nice things! Hahaha.) My character also comes from a little bit of money and later on you’ll find out what that means. from Beverly Hills down to south central and Watts and we’re out in the streets filming away and it’s got a cool energy to it. Very realistic and unfiltered and I think people will be surprised at the things we’re trying to pull off. We’ve shot three, we’re shooting three more, which is seven total. BM: To be completely honest, they’re hinting about a few things, but before the seven episode run, you’ll see a romantic, um, sexual interaction.