Weirdly enough, the guy who plays my husband in their movie, Arye Gross, plays the medical examiner on this year, and we needed a really good bad guy. ” They said, “Oh that’s great, but we don’t know him, and he’s really fancy.” I said, “I know him! It was really fun to have Jennifer, and she was a great addition to the team, but she’s moving on because she’s having another child in July. We had a really fun season that went by really fast as they always do.I know him from theater,” so I went on Facebook and said, “Hey Arye, will you be a bad guy in this episode of blonde hippie girl. Kirsten Vangsness: I like doing all kinds of stuff. We’re all madly in love with each other, and I think that shows.I’m a member of one called Theatre of NOTE, and I did a movie with some people I know from there called . They said, “We’re doing a Kickstarter for this film.” I said, “If you need any help or advice or whatever, let me know.” Then I jokingly said, “If you want me to hold the lights or say a line, let me know.” That was so cool because then they had a part for me. She’ll come back, but everybody’s trying to finagle it saying, “How do we put her in the first episode?It turned out to be a neat crossover because they ended up performing at a fundraiser we did at Theatre of NOTE. ” There are some things underway that we’re actually trying to do so that she’ll be there without actually being there in the first episode, but I can’t say anything more than that.When they looked at the footage later, they suddenly realized that they had this pilot that was going to come out, but it was years that I was going to get that part. I had a different scene, and it’s a scene with Shemar, and the things I said in that sexual harassment meeting are in the script! I shouldn’t be doing that.” I’d push my sleeves down again, then they’d say, “No. Leave them up.” The next scene, a producer came up to me and said, “I like your costume.” I’d say, “I’m not in costume. I brought in my grandma’s candy dish, a toy, a little light up thing. That’s one of the great things about it, though, is that it can’t which also stars Dean Lemont, Joe Mantegna and Leslie-Anne Down. I guess when you are doing what you love, it’s fun. My boyfriend and I are going to go on a meditation retreat at the end of April. I fell in love with this guy, which is like the craziest thing. I was perfectly comfortable and happy with the nature of our relationship, but sometimes relationships fall apart. It’s like discovering new parts of my sexuality, I guess, so I’ve been figuring that out, which is fun and interesting. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed without the express written consent of the publisher.I’d say a line a certain way, and they’d go, “That doesn’t make any sense.” Then I’d say it the way they wanted and they’d ask me to go back to the way I was saying it in the beginning. Kirsten Vangsness: We just got accepted to the SOHO International Film Festival in New York City, and we are very excited about it. The last thing I would’ve thought was that I would meet a guy and fall in love. It’s weird because coming out is sort of private to me, but I came out and said, “I’m in love with a woman.
The two met at a party that Kirsten and then boyfriend attended.
It’s fun to do different things, but I do think that I tend to like comedies a lot more. ” A lot of the things people found amusing sometimes are things that I find deeply personal. ” Then I remembered at that moment, it was April Fool’s Day. Then I got into school, and I was very shy to the point that all of 8 grade, I didn’t even talk.
After college, I started writing my own stuff, and that stuff was very personal. I just happen to have a sort of a natural vibe for comedy. Good comedy has drama, pain, happiness and joy, and good drama has pain, happiness and joy, so I really just like acting basically. When I got into high school, my mom said, “You can take shop, or you can take drama.” I didn’t want to take shop (laughs). I was so in love with the craft of it and how to make it work.
Penelope Garcia is played by Kirsten Vangsness, an American actress and writer. Her part has grown over the years and the have gained a huge fan following.
Shemar Moore plays Derek Morgan, who has given Penelope many nick names over the years: Baby Girl, Doll Face, Sweetness, Mama.