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The pair went public with their relationship in , with Tulloch telling stars will son be walking down the aisle: David Giuntoli and Bitsie Tulloch are . there, " says the guitar god about his many career highs and lows. Giuntoli, who's engaged to co-star Bitsie Tulloch in real life, chatted with . The core cast remains throughout the series and these relationships. Bitsie Tulloch Talks GRIMM, Her Biggest Acting Challenges This set on Portland Homicide Detective Nick Burkhardt (David Giuntoli) and During this recent interview, actress Bitsie Tulloch talked about the connection between Juliette It was like, “Oh, my god, this is going to be weird because we're so.
Unless she wanted to, to mess with them a little bit before she makes their head explode. Most of the cast likes to keep busy during their summer breaks Bitsie: And I had also done an Indie and a Portlandia episode, so I kept busy. I like doing it. No one takes that for granted. I will say that Michael Bay has a reputation and it was fun to see if it was true. He has the movie shot in his head and he wants everyone to do it.
It was really great working with him. Sasha Roiz and Silas Weir Mitchell spent their off time in the theater: Last hiatus Silas and I wanted to do a play together, and we had a great opportunity to do that here.
It was great to work on our chops. But not everyone feels that way. I like to travel. Because I feel like if you work all the time, you should enjoy yourself and breathe. Besides that, I like really preparing for a role.EXCLUSIVE: 'Grimm' Stars Bitsie Tulloch and David Giuntoli Are Engaged -- See the Ring!
On moving away from Monsters of the week. One of the bigger shifts in the show is how there are now more overarching storylines, with Season five focused mainly on the sinister organization Black Claw.
Eve is an interesting situation. It hurts him every time he sees her. I think the fans on twitter are creating teams like Team Jacob.
Eve lost some fans when she burnt down the trailer.
I see Eve as a different character entirely, she went off with this covert force and she comes back in wigs, and with little memory of me. We like doing them both. In five seasons you get used to you your lane. Last season and earlier this season I was working as much as Reggie and David, because I was finally included, so that was fun. So far, things start with a bang and I have taken a backseat.
These episodes coming up, they answer all the little nuggets that have come up.
You have to keep track because it jumps around. I like both, I like flushing out a storyline, and maybe get closure, you get to build on the history, but prestige one-off roles are a blast, like when we had the loch ness monster.
It was a really, fun campy episode. All shows have an A story and B story. But this year they said This is the story of the season. And even with the procedurals, they link back into the season arc. The problem for us is that we shoot things weeks apart, but events happen in a shorter period of time. Oh my god, I looked at some of the pictures they took when we started the show, on the house set, there are photographed taken on my first day on set.
On using the show to comment on the real world With Black Claw, Grimm is able to say something about the rise of extremism in the real world through the lens of Wesens.
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But wesen can be a metaphor for whatever we want. Image via NBC Kouf: And that is based on history because Hitler and Mussolini did start by being elected to office. When he started, one of the first conversations he had in the pilot was his Aunt Marie telling him, "This is what's going on. This is what your life is going to be. You must not be with Juliette. There's no being a Grimm and being a cop with the family. And I think in retrospective seasons, we're watching that prediction coming to fruition.
Zoom In How do you feel about the storylines that have played out? Have they surprise you? I couldn't have told you when I booked the pilot that I would be turning into a zombie at any point. Most of the storylines were surprising to me.
I think we were lucky to be on a show where I didn't have to play the same character all of the time.
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I literally turned into different characters, and figuratively, over the course of six years, turned into a slightly different character. So that was really one of the most precious gifts of Grimm. All of the actors, I believe, had complete departures from their standard character traits here and there throughout the seasons.
So it's like doing a guest run as another character on your own show. You can't say that about Grey's Anatomy. There's been an interesting romantic triangle that's been going on with Nick, and it's only got morning interesting lately. You mean with Sasha and Silas When it comes to Sasha and Silas, I think you better have a chat with Bitsie about that laughs.
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Yeah, I'm talking about on screen with Nick. So for you as an actor playing this character, what's going on in Nick's mind?
Why is he hanging on to that. And what's it like for him to balance being a dad with this romantic triangle? Well, that part is pretty easy. The dad thing came at a point in the story where it was arguably the darkest moment for Nick. I believe it was the end of season four, he found his mother decapitated and Juliette had just turned on me. It was all terrible and I think the introduction of the child really is the only thing that kept him grounded and going.
It's the only thing that held me over to want to try to work something out with Adalind. Reggie lives a couple of floors up.
We all live in the same neighborhood and we hang out a lot, so I think the chemistry is just there because we genuinely really like each other. I also feel like Jim Kouf and David Greenwalt are such sweet guys, and Todd Milliner and Sean Hayes, and all of our executive producers, are very warm and welcoming.
The Koufs have a Grimm viewing party every Friday at their house. I had a huge party for La Llorona because I was live Tweeting it and everybody was over at my place. Which Wesen did you respond to the most? Have any been particularly frightening to you? The cannibal Wesen were super creepy.
The one that I thought was a sexy Wesen was the Mauvais Dentes, the saber-toothed tiger creature from Season 2. Will viewers ever get to see more of Juliette as a vet and how that might play into her recovery?
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I personally love shooting anything as a vet because I love animals, and then we always have a lot of stage animals that I get to play with, all day long. Well, part of the problem is that the animals that we work with are generally well-trained, but they have a mind of their own.
I know the fans want my dog, Henry, to be our dog because I always Tweet pictures of Henry. Some fan in Spain even made Henry his own Twitter page. He would not be able to be a very good stage dog.
I would love that, though. But, our lives have been so chaotic, with ogres jumping in and guys destroying our house, all the time, and getting kidnapped. There will be a cliffhanger, going into Episode 13, which will be on next year. So, I would obviously love to get more involved. I loved the episode where I got to shoot a gun.
I had way too much fun with that. But, as far as a relationship with Nick goes, the reality is that there is a spark there, even with the memory loss. As an actor, do you enjoy getting to play the darkness of the obsessed Juliette? Yes, I definitely prefer that.