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So it would make sense if something top secret took place Woodley also explained that she hasn't met anyone who might be "the one" or even someone worth getting into a long-term commitment with, saying, "I just haven't met anyone where I was like, ' Wow, I could definitely see myself spending a season of my life with you.' I don't even know if humans are genetically made to be with one person forever." Ah, so she's not a super firm believer in the institution of marriage, either.
Still, that shouldn't prevent her from experiencing love or a deeper relationship. Full disclosure: We crushed on her the first time we saw her hold her own with the inimitable George Clooney in but concrete.
As an actor, you just want to be working and I'm just so thankful for that time. I went in and read, and ended up reading for the creator of the show. It came down to Brenda Hampton, who made the final decision of giving me the part, because the network wasn't too fond of me at the time. It was a pretty substantial character in the show and I don't think they necessarily trusted me with the material, but Brenda did. When [Shailene Woodley] walked in and read for her role, the second she saw her, she knew she was the girl. You could have a hundred actors reading for one part and they could all be spectacular but one sticks out for some reason.
THR: When you were going through the audition process, what was that like for you? She fought for me and said she wasn't going to do the show without me, so that's how I got the job. THR: Did she share any particular reasons why she was gravitating toward you for Ricky? STORY: ' Secret Life of the American Teenager' to End After Fifth Season THR: How do you think you've evolved as an actor after playing a character for such a long time? It was a different tone from the other episodes because I think we knew we were done.
turned heads when it debuted in the summer of 2008.
The one-hour drama, featuring breakout star Shailene Woodley, focused on the relationships between families and friends and how they dealt with unexpected teen pregnancies.
"Well, that might have happened on something," she hinted.
All I can say is I was very happy with the way Brenda decided to end the show. Kagasoff: No, it definitely wasn't how I imagined it.
Well, it's partly due to her work schedule and by choice, you'll soon find out.
Woodley told in April, "I haven't had time to think about a relationship!
Of course, you want the audience to be happy, but sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do to make TV exciting.
THR: What do you hope people remember about the show 10 or 20 years down the line?