Season two of Blindspot begins this Wednesday, September 14 on NBC (10/9c), and during our interview with cast member Sullivan Stapleton, he explains why being a crew member helped him prepare for the world of acting in film and television. Check out his answer after the jump.
“I’ve been doing it long enough that I have an understanding of it, so it’s not just about (a) stupid thing that some actors do – (where) they think it’s about themselves. It’s not. Mainly it’s about the actor you’re working with – as long as you’re listening to them you react honestly and truthfully. You’re not sitting there thinking about yourself or how you look or whatever.
I used to be a grip and (I understand) how hard the crew work to put these products together. I guess that’s sort of why I want to direct.”
Check out Blindspot, co-starring Jaimie Alexander, Rob Brown, and Audrey Esparza, this Wednesday on NBC (10/9c).