"It wasn't really that difficult," Gil (above—and locomoting like a mofo) tells us of adapting to Billy's inability to walk.
Gil Birmingham—who plays the wheelchair- bound Billy Black in the smash-hit Twilight series —is as spiritual in real life as he is on the silver screen (albeit practical, too).
Interviewed on Artists on Demand Radio, the San Antonio, Texas, native discusses Billy’s corporeal limitations.
“The essence of characters aren’t really determined by whatever physical challenges they might have,” he tells host Ashleigh Cook.
“I think that’s maybe what I have in common with the character Billy. The soul and essence of an individual isn’t determined by just Continue reading
"It was funny," Daniel (above) tells us of his close encounter of the elderly kind. "I just laughed it off."
Twilight fans come in all shapes, sizes and ages—as Daniel Cudmore learned the hard way.
Interviewed on Artists on Demand Radio, the actor who played Volturi guard Felix in The Twilight Saga: New Moon—a role he reprises in Eclipse—recounts one particularly prickly encounter.
“I just remember this one older lady who kept groping my stomach—and maybe had a couple too many drinks,” he tells host Ashleigh Cook.
“She kept grabbing my stomach and I kept having to run away from her because she Continue reading
Apparently, millions of The Hills fans had been wondering what’s up with this talk of cast member Stephanie Pratt contributing to the success of ABC’s Lost.
So Jessi Cruickshank and Dan Levy—hosts of MTV’s The Hills: The After Show—turned to BlogTalkRadio to ferret out the truth.
"Now that ‘The Hills' is in its last season," Steph (above in 'The After Show' clip) tells us, "I'm going to head back to the fashion world."
“True or false: Stephanie Pratt worked on the hit show Lost?,” Dan asked last night on his show. “Well, here she is blowing our minds in a recent radio interview.”
Then he rolled a clip of Artists On Demand Radio‘s May 3 chat with Stephanie, in which host Ashleigh Cook asks: Continue reading