Recently, Murderboarding got a chance to sit down with Damien Puckler and talk about European countries, stunt work, the life of a TV actor, and the most interesting scene he's filmed on Grimm. It took us a bit to get it cleaned up for publication, but we hope you all find this illuminating about some of the things that go into stunt work as well as TV acting. In typical magazine format, we've declined to place attributions on the questions, because we are, after all, Voltron.
Many, many thanks to Damien and Björn for their willingness to sit down with us and play guinea pigs for what we hope will be a new recurring segment on the blog! As always, you can reach us in comments or on Twitter if you want to schedule an interview, though we have a few people we plan to reach out to in the near future.
We started out discussing Portland, our visit, and the beauty of the city: And, well, it helps that the sun comes out pretty much every day, it just also rains pretty much every day.
Yeah, exactly. It's very German, it's very European. But somehow, I don't know. Germany has a little bit of it, London is too gray. Portland doesn't have that, Portland is still beautiful even when it rains, so.
I remember London, London was very gray and very wet.
Yeah, very wet and very claustrophobic. Have you been to London, Anna?
No, I'm trying to think, the mountains are very noticeably different but I've been to Bern, in Switzerland, so it reminds me a little of that.
Oh yeah, yeah sure, it looks very German or Swiss, that's why they chose it for the show.
Yeah, I think someone on the cast tweeted that they did filming in Salem for the Alps?
Yeah. So you guys did that Unspooling Fiction thing!
We can be good. Mostly. Sort of.