09th Apr2015

Interview: Laura Vandervoort and Greyston Holt discuss ‘Bitten’

by Phil Wheat

Syfy’s “werewolf” series Bitten stars is based on the bestselling author Kelley Armstrong’s Women of the Otherworld series of novels. In anticipation of the season 2 debut, we sat down with stars Laura Vandervoort and Greyston Holt to discuss the show and what we can expect from the new season…

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Greyston, I know Laura you already talked about this, but can you talk about kind of your character’s experience being with the witches and how it’s going to kind of change Clay this season?

Greyston Holt: Yes. I mean, I think it just – it broadens all of our horizons a little bit you know. It’s a big bomb to drop in our world that there was – there were others out there with you know supernatural abilities and there’s a whole new world that’s opened up and I think it’s just kind of made all of us a little more accepting and trustworthy of the world around us.

And then for both of you, Laura had said how on set sometimes you guys joke that it would be nice to see them just go out on kind of a normal date. So my question is, what do you two think that would be for them?

Greyston Holt: Yes. What would be a normal date? Like normal for us or?

Laura Vandervoort: I mean I guess for the characters it would – like we’d go to some restaurant that serves raw meat and maybe go see Werewolf in London at some old theater and…

Greyston Holt: Oh, you’re really hitting on the nose there.

Laura Vandervoort: Yes, and then go – and I’ve thought about this for Elena for a long time – and then have a nice little fire at StoneHaven.

Greyston Holt: Yes, and ‘Hungry like a Wolf,’ you know.

Laura Vandervoort: Yes.

Greyston Holt: Yes. It sounds about right.

Getting into a little more of the witch aspect, I think I’ve seen the first couple of episodes of the season, I really liked them and can you talk a little bit more about how that relationship sort of evolves with the witches? It seems to begin at sort of an enemy of my enemy is my friend. But can you talk a little bit about how that changes over the course of this season?

Greyston Holt: Yes. I think you know initially you know the werewolves, the pack, we are you know obviously very weary of the witches and you know their intentions. But as the season progresses you know there’s another darker force out there that we realized and we also realized that we need to – we need their help and they need our help in order to deal with this new enemy.

Laura Vandervoort: Yes. I think – you know this – I – like what Greyston said, the witches are a whole supernatural force that we – like most of the world with us didn’t know existed and it’s not something we can really go up against. I mean, we have brute force and the pack mentality and pack law but when it comes to their abilities, we really have no way to counteract them. And it does seem like they are our enemies but that I think eventually we – without giving anything away, we choose to work together because there’s strength in numbers and combining our abilities to help solve the problem we’re trying to solve this season.

Greyston Holt: Yes. And I think it’s really interesting dynamic that season two is kind of like what Laura was touching on there was – is that, yes, the werewolves, we deal in physicality and strength. And the witches deal in magic and spells. So to see those two sides kind of butt heads and come together is a really interesting dynamic this season.

Does it help Elena at all to sort of have this feminine energy introduced as well since she’s really the lone woman in her pack. Does it help her…

Greyston Holt: Hey, Clay has a feminine side.

Laura Vandervoort: He does – he does – he is concerned about his hair and does take a while to get ready before we go out to hunt.

Greyston Holt: Yes.

Laura Vandervoort: Yes. I mean it was – it was personally nice for me to have female energy on the set because as much as I love the boys, I you know would tend to always be the only girl. So it was nice to have these wonderful actresses on the show. And then for Elena as well, there’s one of the three – well the three witches, she has great relationships with throughout the season, they sort of develop. But there’s a young witch that she sort of takes on a mothering aspect with and has sort of a protective vibe with her throughout the season that just gets stronger as they are sort of forced to be together and to take care of you know one another. And so that’s a thing that’s the nurturing side of Elena because last season you know she was an unsure woman who didn’t know where she belong. This season, she sort of very certain as to who she is and her future and is very violent in ways, but then to juxtapose this little girl brings out the warm side of her.

At the end of the last season, Elena and Clay finally reconciled. I’m sure the shippers out there were thrilled. Can you talk a little bit more of what to expect from this relationship, if there’s any – going to be anything different going into the new season?

Greyston Holt: Yes. Well I think you know there – you know a lot of the big things are out of the way relationship wise but we do face – you know we’re back together you know that’s definite. But there are a lot of obstacles that we have to face this season. I think Clay has really taken – taking a step back and just kind of letting Elena deal with some of her issues this season.

Laura Vandervoort: Her issues.

Greyston Holt: Issues, yes. It’s not euphemism by the way.

Now that you’ve gotten season one done and under the belt, are there any – going to be any other more difference going into season two? Anything that may be different now that you’ve done first season?

Laura Vandervoort: I mean, I think with a – with a lot of shows, the – you know – I mean speaking for myself but I think it’s most of us, at the beginning of this first season we were all a little bit you know nervous to get it right and make the fans happy because the books existed before, we were recasting the roles and – so that – you know it’s important to the fans. So we wanted to get it right. And I think now that they’ve accepted the show and they’re happy and the fans – you know the fan base has been growing, it sort of gives us a little more freedom to play with the characters and we’re more comfortable. We were always comfortable with one another but the comfort factor is a lot higher and this season you know it’s a darker show with witchcraft, and it’s gorier. So I think this season we just feel more comfortable to expand our characters’ minds a little bit more and the writers always give us great material. So we are following the books in a way but taking a lot of liberty.

I was wondering if you’ve talked to fans of the book series and what have been their reactions to seeing Elena and Clay really come to life?

Greyston Holt: Yes. I mean, we – you know we get feedback on you know many levels. You know there’s Twitter now and the online forum. But you know the best is you know we go to these conventions and meeting with fans more often and I think you know like anything you know there’s a certain amount of winning friends over in the beginning especially when you know these characters already existed and we have to kind of do our own version of them and our own interpretation. But I think people have – at least the doubters in the beginning have grown to love our characters and then I think the people who were with us right on board from the beginning are just happy to see it come to life. But everyone, the reaction’s been amazing.

Laura Vandervoort: Yes. Like Greyston said, social media you know this tool now that we can use to interact with the fans has been – you know there’s – it’s a double-edged sword but it’s great when you get the fans that really want to talk to you and are excited about the show. And you can you know send out behind the scenes photos and get them excited as well and their live tweeting and the instant feedback we can give them on the show as they’re watching it is amazing. And then like Greyston said as well, the conventions. There – it’s just a great way to talk to them what they like about the show, what they don’t like. Hopefully there isn’t anything that they don’t like. But they seemed very happy with what we’ve done so far so we’re grateful that they’re watching.

We find out pretty early in season two without being specific about spoilers for folks who haven’t seen the episode yet that what Clay thought about his childhood and how he came into the Danvers family wasn’t exactly correct. Will that weigh on him through the course of this season now that he has more information about his human family?

Greyston Holt: Yes, definitely. I mean, that was a huge, huge blow to Clay. I mean, it’s everything he thought that was wasn’t you know. And I think there’s just – it just set in stone in Clay’s heart just what it needs to be done and that you know going to be the bottom of this and capturing Malcolm is just you know priority number one and putting him to justice because he is not a good dude. And it’s – you know it’s kind of the – it’s kind of – you know the thing we’re all chasing, right, is Malcolm. So many reasons – we all have our individual reasons why we want to bring Malcolm to justice and you know basically squash him, kill him.

Both of you seem to have some – a lot of action scenes. And I was just wondering if it’s physically challenging to do all the action on the show?

Laura Vandervoort: I think we all – we’re all very eager to do the action. I think – and you know most of the guys – you know all of the guys actually are very capable of doing all of their own stunts and I wanted to keep up with them. And I think it’s a nice break from – you know we have very dramatic, heavy emotional scenes every week. So when we get an opportunity to be physical like that and I think it’s a nice break for us. And we do rehearse on weekends with our stunt coordinator John Stead who is amazing and comes up with these fight sequences that – you know especially this season, will you know blow the audience’s minds I think and he always seems to incorporate the animalistic side of wolf fights within our fights. So I think we enjoy it. It is tiring but definitely worth it. And I think it’s better for the audience because they can actually see our faces and it’s more believable. We do have amazing stunt people who step in for us when it’s rather dangerous or we’re not able to do it. But it’s nice for the audience to see our faces while we’re fighting.

Greyston Holt: Yes. And it’s like – it’s definitely a catharsis you know because we go through so many different emotions you know and it’s such a mentally demanding show, that – in that respect but you know it’s nice just to shut the brain of kind of and – I mean plus we need the brain for the choreography. But you know just to – just the outlet physically is a really nice thing to do every couple of episodes. And it’s fun. Like you know this is the first time I’ve really done extensive stunt choreography and it’s like a – it’s kind of like a dance once you – you know once you know the – all the moves and the hits and the punches once you’re you know proficient at it, it’s a lot of fun and it’s nice to come home – you know most days you come home from set, you’re emotionally drained but it’s nice to like come home and you just beaten, bruised and you know.

Laura Vandervoort: Yes. I’m usually – I’m usually the one that’s extremely bruised.

Greyston Holt: Yes, you bruise easy. I think it’s the way you fight too.

Laura Vandervoort: I think I just don’t know how to hit lightly.

Greyston Holt: Your fights are a lot different.

Laura Vandervoort: Yes.

Laura, I noticed that you both had been in Smallville which I absolutely loved. And I just wanted to know, did you two get a chance to interact when you were on Smallville or was that just like a one episode thing where you didn’t see each other or–?

Greyston Holt: I – well, I did a guess star and I think that was before Laura was cast.

Laura Vandervoort: Yes. I did – I did four year on it from season seven on. So our characters never really existed within the same world. So we actually never met but we did talk about that when we were both cast on Bitten, how we both – you know our connections with Smallville.

There’s going to be so many changes, especially in the characters coming into this season, how – or what can you tell us about how your characters are finding these new characters and without getting too spoilish and are you guys as actors enjoying having more people playing in your universe?

Greyston Holt: Yes. I think it’s – I mean you know obviously it’s just nice to have this female element introduced to our show and then Laura of course. Yes, I think that’s been – it’s been really great for her to have this female presence around. But it’s just – it’s been an interesting – it’s – you know our – you know when you think that you’re the only ones that exists in this you know in this world and then you find out there are others with powers and abilities, I mean it kind of shocks your world, right? And it’s just been – it’s been really interesting and challenging to incorporate these witches into our world and just to interact with them and see how we interact with them and you know my – personally speaking you know the only interaction I have with females on the show is with Laura and she’s like my one true love. But it was interesting just to have other women around and to see and – you know I didn’t even know how I was going to react to having them around on camera and with you know my character. So it was – it was kind of just you know finding the moments and the beats and seeing how we interact. But it was very interesting and challenging.

Laura Vandervoort: It completely changes the tone of the show. It’s – from the first season to this season, it’s – not that it’s a completely different show but the look and the material that we’re dealing with is completely different. And for the fans of the witches, they certainly get their share of them this season. And it’s not just the female witches, there is you know a bad presence that is you know after the pack and they have to deal with that and you’ll discover who that is as the season goes on and it’s just someone that they really have no way of dealing with. And – so that last season, our threat was either ourselves or the humans and the (mutt), this season, it’s a whole new realm of possibilities and dangers for the pack.

Greyston Holt: That we didn’t know existed until now. So it’s kind of a – it’s a shock.

Laura Vandervoort: Yes.

You guys play a werewolf couple, what advice do you think modern/human couples could learn from Clay and Elena?

Laura Vandervoort: Passion.

Greyston Holt: Passion, yes. That we all have secrets and sometimes you need your partner to help you keep it secret. I don’t know.

Laura Vandervoort: Or to help you get through it. I mean their relationship is a little you know in flux season one and I think – I mean you have to look at it that Clay is her one true love and she’s destined to be with him and she was fighting that. And maybe you know – maybe human relationships need to look at what their heart is really telling them and to listen to that, because I think we’re all looking for the right fit and sometimes the right fit is the wrong fit and it’s someone not just you truly are in love with and have fun with, and that was Clay for her and she tried to deny that. She tried to you know check off the boxes of what she feels a woman needs in society as a human. But maybe you know as human relationships in the world need to look at passion and what your heart is truly telling you and not try to check off those boxes.

Greyston Holt: Yes. Nailed it. You nailed that answer.

Laura Vandervoort: Yes. Nothing really more to be said. That was a pretty perfect answer.

In the first few episodes, we don’t see as much of the wolves. Is there going to be more spacing out throughout the season where things are sort of consciously. I’m wondering from a – was it a creative direction or special effects direction that some of the fight scenes early on you would think at least one of the pack would wolf out to participate in the fight but everybody stayed human. Can you talk a little bit about how that will change between season one and season two?

Greyston Holt: Yes, there’s definitely some wolfing out that happens as the season progresses. But in the beginning it’s you know it’s about introducing these you know this new world, the witches, right? But there are definitely some fights coming up that involve you know like actors in wolf form so.

We see early on in the season that Clay sort of gets into investigative mode as wearing his doctor hat and honestly for a moment there I thought, “Oh, that’s right, he does have a PhD.” So do we – do we see more of that throughout the season where he’s – because a part of this is introducing a new world that really his anthropology background comes into play here. So will we see him use more of those skills throughout the season?

Greyston Holt: Yes, you definitely do. And there’s – yes, like you’re saying, it’s definitely like an investigative element to this season. Like a true detective vibe you know. And you know Clay definitely calls upon his skills and his knowledge as an anthropology professor and anthropologist to help get to the bottom of this. So I think it’s an interesting turn this season, right? It wasn’t just about a wolf instincts, it was about using our brains and you know really figuring how to deal with this new world of the witches and you know it’s kind of an unknown world. I mean at first you know we’re not really sure what to expect and what it is and it’s a lot of just deciphering and decoding the world around us and I just happen to have you know good set of skills in this case to help deal with that.

Laura Vandervoort: But you know what’s funny, Greyston is as you said that this season that the wolves are using their brains more, I feel like Elena’s using it less this season.

Greyston Holt: Yes, totally.

Laura Vandervoort: The previous season, she was a bit of a head – it’s like Queen Elena has (inaudible) in a way like this season she’s just very animalistic and in you know kill mode. I mean, she does use her brain at all times obviously, especially you know when investigating the dark presence. But the most part…

Greyston Holt: I think what’s driving you this season though is more of the blood lust.

Laura Vandervoort: Yes. I think that…

I don’t want to spoil anything but there’s a scene where Elena has a long overdue conversation, I’ll put it that way and you just almost vibrate at the table because you’re so angry, and I thought that was interesting to see that she really is almost feral this season because she’s so hell bent on correcting what happened at the end of last season.

Laura Vandervoort: Yes. And you know that’s to be expected because this season takes up three days prior to the finale and you know as we all saw in the finale, Philip’s head was in her bed so she – I love how that rhymes every time I say it. She is…

Greyston Holt: Real bed head.

Laura Vandervoort: She is still – head in the bed. She’s still seeing red and it’s a nice change for me too because season one, I was just so emotional and, “Oh, where do I belong?” And this season, it’s just go time and that was a lot of fun for me especially you know I am separated from the pack mid season. So she is on her own and very instinctual with the young witch and with protecting herself and this young girl, so.

Can you talk a little bit – you talked about interacting with fans on social media. Can you talk a little bit about whether or how that had any effect on you all getting a second season? Do you think fans weighing on how much they really wanted to see these characters again helped you all do that?

Greyston Holt: Yes. I think – I think you know the powers to be take it all into account and you know I think what it comes down to it you know numbers are you know one of the major things they look at but they also look at your – fan reaction and the passion of the fans. I mean, it’s amazing the power social media now and getting the word out. I mean you know people are reading positive tweets and you know things on the show and it’s only going to get more people into watching the show, so it’s definitely talked about and taken into account.

Laura Vandervoort: Yes, I agree. And I know a lot of the fans on social media will tweet saying that they love how interactive the cast is both with live tweeting, and in between episodes we’re answering their questions and talking about them or following them. We have some great fans that I think we’ve all met at conventions that you know come to all of our cons, to our signings, they make t-shirts, and jewelry, and bags and they’re just phenomenal, so having their support you know like any show helps with the ratings, helps with being picked up and we hope that continues this season.

Greyston Holt: Yes. And it’s funny like I – like I – you know I’m getting to – like you know on Twitter you know I’m starting to recognize faces that you know are more active on our – you know on tweeting about Bitten and it’s – you know quite a few times have been at conventions now and I see them in line, I’m like, “I know that person.” I’m like, “Oh my God, you’re that person on Twitter that you know tweets about our show.” That’s cool with this one.

Laura Vandervoort: Completely, yes. Sure.

I’m wondering; how does working on a show that’s based on you know a 13-book series kind of affected your approach to playing the characters, or do you just try to focus on like what’s on the page and kind of leave the books you know to their place?

Greyston Holt: Well you know I think – you know and initially you know I think we all obviously drew from the books as a you know sort of base knowledge. But it kind of becomes its own thing after that. You know you make some choices about your character initially, first season and then – and then you really just have to ride out the show, like the show like kind of becomes its own thing after that. And you know this season, we’re stepping a little away from the books. So it’s for me at list. I don’t know if I can speak for the rest of the cast. It’s about what’s on the page at this point. Whereas initially, it was – it was about you know researching the characters. But you know you have to kind of take some creative license and liberty to make it your own. But, yes, there we go.

Laura Vandervoort: Yes. He kind of said what I was going to say. You know I – for me, I read the first book when I was cast just to have an understanding and spoke to our executive producer, but I think, yes, it’s about what’s on the page, it’s about what we’re creating as a show and you know we want to make the fans happy but at the same time have to work within the realm of what our writers are coming up with, which is always fantastic and shocking and bloody and amazing. So the books are a source I guess if we want to go to to see sort of what the future might hold, but other than that, I’d like to go by the script and be pleasantly surprised.

Do you guys ever kind of sneak on to you know like Wikipedia or something to try to get some spoilers or do you just like to be surprised as the scripts come in?

Greyston Holt: I think – since we are really kind of taking a turn away, like we’re – you know some people are interesting within the realm of the books but TV is a different animal, right, and it’s – the writers are kind of finding – creating our own path now in regards to the show Bitten. So you know even if there are spoilers in the books, it doesn’t necessarily mean we’re going to include them in the show. So it’s interesting to find out definitely as a source material but it doesn’t necessarily mean that it will affect the show.

Are there any other kind of pairings on the show that you’d like to see get together or any kind of love connections that you guys as actors would like to see those characters get together?

Greyston Holt: Jeremy, I think…

Greyston Holt: You know what was – I can’t believe I’m forgetting the police officer in the first season.

Laura Vandervoort: Yes. They need to get together or I think we need to try to bite a female and help her survive for Jeremy or just find a human. You know he needs a little loving too.

Greyston Holt: Like what’s – what is Jeremy doing like to quench his sexual appetite? Like I don’t know. We don’t know.

Laura Vandervoort: Well I have a pretty good idea but he’s our father. We can’t be thinking about that – we can’t – he’s changing. He’s getting his frustrations out wall painting and we haven’t seen him paint in a while so who knows

Greyston Holt: Sure. We know what he’s doing in the painting room.

Laura Vandervoort: We know what he’s really doing.

Can you guys talk about the like enhanced side of the horror that we’ll see this season.

Laura Vandervoort: I mean this season, the horror definitely adds up. There’s much more blood and gore, but Elena is separated from the pack a few episodes in and ends up at a compound and sort of – there is a character that has the ability to get into the minds of our pack and sort of put the characters into a mind palace with their worst fears coming true and they have to deal with them. And for Elena, you can imagine there’s a lot of things that she’s had go on in her life and guilt and all that that she’s got to you know basically confront within this mind palace and you know we’ve got insane explosions and fight sequences, because Elena is sort of in this assassin mode, she’s ripping body parts off and it did get intense this season and I – actually I’m just looking at a photo where I’m covered in blood that I think I’m going to be posting soon. So I had a lot of fun doing that this season. I’m a huge horror fan and one of our writers Wil Zmak is aware of that so he wrote an episode I think specifically for me to quench those needs and I had my own little horror movie in one episode which was a lot of fun. Greyston?

Greyston Holt: Yes. I guess it’s – the other person does what you want to say like, “Ooh, I love that.” But, yes, this is definitely a darker, more heady season. It really kind of – it’s twisted and really affects you in a – in a mental level. It’s – you know there’s a lot of unknown forces around us happening and it’s trying to figure out what’s happening in this world, because our world is physical and this new world is very supernatural and magical and fantastical and it’s really thrown us for a loop. But it’s definitely a bloodier, sexier, more violent season. And it just has – we have a new director of photography this season, Boris, and he’s really put a dark tone on the show. He has this thing called the dark side where you know you’ll notice in this show more specifically on the interior scenes. There’s a further shot on half of our face and it really kind of add to this dramatic tone. So visually this season is just – it’s – I think affects you more. It’s – you know even if – even if our show’s not – like visually it looks – it looks really appealing, it’s just very rich and dark.

Laura Vandervoort: It’s like – it’s very cinematic this season. It does look like – it does look like it should be on the big screen like a horror film.

Greyston Holt: Yes. All of my friends who have seen any bits of it say that too. It’s like, yes, looks just like a movie.

Laura Vandervoort: Yes, I was going to say it’s great that it’s a two hour premiere because it can – I know that the American fans have been you know dying to see it and trying to avoid the spoilers on social media. So they get to sort of get caught up within you know the two hour premiere.

Greyston Holt: And these two episodes really do play well. I mean, the whole season plays well as a whole but these two episodes really I think it was smart to play them back-to-back, just artistically and plotwise it’s like it really kind of go together as a nice little unit, like a two hour premiere. So it will be two hours of edge of your seat TV.

Laura Vandervoort: Yes.

Greyston Holt: Or hiding under your pillow TV. It’s pretty twisted and scary. It’s dark.

Laura Vandervoort: And by – and by the finale, you’ll be using the Kleenex.

Greyston Holt: Yes. Oh, yes, God, the last two episodes there’ll be some tears, I’ll say that.

What is the most fun for you guys on the show?

Greyston Holt: Lunchtime.

Laura Vandervoort: Greyston likes the food.

Greyston Holt: Yes.

Laura Vandervoort: I think for me, it’s working with all the guys. I mean obviously we love our characters in the show and playing out these characters and all the different you know scenarios that they have to deal with and watching them grow as we grow, but I just love working with the guys, we all miss each other when we’re not working and we have a lot of fun and we learn from one another so.

Greyston Holt: Yes. I’d have to say the same thing. Like just our family. Like we’re so fortunate too being in a show where you know – and I know I can speak on everyone’s behalf that we all look forward to coming to work in the morning and just hanging out and then you know getting to act together and you know work out scenes and you know everyone’s very supportive and you know we go through a lot of heavy emotions in the show and it’s nice to have you know a group of people that understands the emotions and is there you know for support. But at the same time like we – you know because we like each other so much you know we keep it light. You know we’re always laughing and having a good time. So it’s a great thing…

Laura Vandervoort: I don’t think any of us have ever gotten into like a fight or there’s never been any awkward you know personal problems with the cast. We all you know support one another and after scenes, we’re all you know congratulating each other on the work that they’ve done or I – there’s never been any bad intentions on anyone’s behalf which is really nice because you know actors can be fickle people and you never know when you put a group of them together what will happen. But in this case, it’s been – it’s been a dream.

Greyston Holt: Yes. There’s never any like – there’s never any me or I, it’s always like, us the pack, we, us you know going through it together so.

You guys mentioned – and again, I’m dodging spoilers but – you mentioned that this is a much darker, gorier season. So what have you heard from fans about the change in tone and the different look, how they responded.

Greyston Holt: All the response I’ve seen online has been extremely positive. Laura, so?

Laura Vandervoort: Yes. They’ve been – they’ve been very responsive to the change and seem to be really into it. You know they love the first season but this season, I’m seeing a lot more interaction on Twitter and the fans are live twitting with us and you know asking what’s going to happen next and being you know emotional about what they’ve just seen. So they seem to be loving it and they seem to love the addition of the characters of the witches.

Greyston Holt: Yes. And I think this season – the first season is obviously great and we love it. But I think this season – if you haven’t seen the first season, I think you could probably jump into this one and you know with a bit of basic info and do you know a recap at the beginning of the season on season one. But I think you can really jump into this season and just fall into the world and I think – and that seems to kind of stand alone.

Both of you did a side project during the height of that were very sweet and light for Up and Hallmark. Do you all look for projects that are a little bit diametrically opposed to Bitten just to sort of give yourself a psychological break and do something that’s completely different? Was that intentional or was just lucky happenstance that you all found you know some different projects?

Greyston Holt: For me, it would happen to that. I just love to work and if something comes along and the timing’s right, I just – I just like being on a set no matter what it is. So you know – but I take every single job that comes my way but you know it’s – I just – you know when I’m not working, I feel lost. So it’s nice to just kind of set in for a few days on a movie or whatever it is.

Laura Vandervoort: It’s nice – it’s nice to you know to mix things up a little bit. After season two, I think we were all emotionally and physically drained but loved what we have the opportunity to do but I – you know like I think most doctors want to try everything and anything and mixing it up is important to me. And like Greyston said you know you’re not going to – you’re taking absolutely everything but things that you know excites you in characters that challenge you, you want to be on that – you want to work. I think we’re all workaholics and put everything in to what we do. So it’s nice to try new things and you know I’ve been working on a kid show that I created and that’s completely different realm from what I just came from sex, blood, and gore to you know morals and children’s tales. So, yes, it’s nice to change things up. But we – I don’t think I go looking for it.

Greyston, I was curious. Did you work with the boy who played you in the flashbacks at all?

Greyston Holt: Yes. Clay goes very internal and we call it the mind palace and he’s kind of trapped inside his mind and deals with some of his demons from past and we do have some interaction in that. I don’t want to give to much away about how that comes to me but, yes, he’s very sweet kid but that’s the interaction I had with him on the set.
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The Bitten season two premiere airs on Syfy on April 17th.

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