It was such a vivid memory because you work so hard, and you know that it's going to somehow change your life. David: I was really frightened of how much work it was going to be, if I was going to be able to pull it off—basically I started to get nervous about actually doing the job. I will call them, I'll block my number, but I will do it. David: Probably when I first got out here and was fresh off the Volkswagen from the drive out here. But I like girly girls who have their sh-t together, and also girls that are very organized and smart. Glamour: Some girls, whether they admit it or not, think to themselves, OK, I'd like to be married by this point or I'd like to have a family by this age. I never thought much about having a family until I could support one. OK, so I remember one time I was really busy and had to take my crappy car to a meeting in Beverly Hills, and this girl went and got it washed for me. I have a lot on my plate, so I like it when girls try to take care of me in that way—like tidy up or have dinner or something. You don't think about that part when you're auditioning! I think the photo is actually from Comic-Con, and I put it up there. I was in Hollywood, and Catherine Keener, Johnny Knoxville, and John C. David: First, I get riddled with anxiety because I think, Oh gosh, what's next weekend? Going back to the ADD, I forget what I've written down, and I just panic. You're 34 years old, which is young, but do you think about these things? At one point all of Hadrian’s Wall is off on a mission and the only one who is actually getting stuff done is Eve. I keep remembering that Juliette almost wanted to die in last season’s finale.When Nick was choking her, she was like, “Just All this is happening just as Nick and Adalind [Claire Coffee] are growing closer.Now I’m trying to sell the producers on a blue wig. Here’s what happened: Juliette was completely out of control in her Hexenbiest mode and Hadrian’s Wall got wind of her incredible power. In one of the upcoming episodes, Eve says to Nick, “ is my reason to live.” Until the end of Season 4, Juliette had this need to fight her inner demon and go back to the way she was.  I’d flail my head so much that we always had to reshoot the scene because my hair would get caught up in my lip gloss. And she’s still Juliette, in her flesh and blood and DNA.In next week’s episode, you’ll get to see Eve’s room and all her various getups. So Eve has free will to make her own decisions and do her own thing? They’re thinking, “If we could break her and train her, she’d be a massive asset for us! Now, as Eve, she wants nothing to do with her former life. But as much as Eve has been broken into submission, Hadrian’s Wall is well aware that she is the most powerful thing in their arsenal, more powerful than any piece of technology they have.It’s very much a mental training, and it’s pretty scary. It seems by the way it’s written that even Hadrian’s Wall is going, “Yikes!
I studied a bit at i O [Improv Olympics] in Chicago, and then I came to L. and studied for a couple years before I even tried to get an agent. It did kind of show me that Los Angeles existed, and it piqued my interest in the world of production and entertainment. They didn't help me with girls because sisters are one thing, and girls you're going to date are another. [David: Eight hours of sleep, sugarplum dreams, drinking at The Meadow in Silver Lake. I had to pull over on Lankershim Boulevard because I didn't want to drive through a Poquito Mas. If you look at the girls I've dated, you'll see there's no type. I don't mean bad, but I need somebody that can forgive me for being a moron. So, I guess what I could say is that you haven’t seen the last of that yet.Is there any concern that Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) won’t keep their secret from Nick (David Giuntoli)?
"It's pretty public now that I'm dating David, so that's kind of out of the bag," Tulloch confirmed in an interview.