Parenthood cast members dating
I remember her in the waiting room before I went in for my network audition, and we got to talking and got along really well.We ended up exchanging phone numbers and were like "Hey, whatever happens, we should hang out sometime." When I got the role, she was the first person I texted, even before my parents.Glamour: In our 20s and 30s, friendships change so much.Husbands and kids enter the picture, and I've had friends drop off the earth, which is so sad. I think anybody who is really present in their relationships and in trying to be the best person they are goes through this, even with their closest friends.For the far squickier inversion, see Incestuous Casting.With just a look, Mae Whitman can make the strongest of us an emotional wreck.A lot of it is acceptance, and not just of other people, but of yourself.I expect a lot of my friends and sometimes you don't get [it in return].
We drove to sushi the other day and were listening to Merle Haggard and talking about the woods and stuff, so it was...yeah, he's like my rustic companion. Meanwhile, you have been called the best crier in Hollywood. Glamour: How do you do it so effortlessly and effectively? There were a lot of times during the Matt Lauria story line where I would just go to a bar near my house after and get a beer and stare off into space just to recover from all the emotions. Mae: The problem is that every time I change it, I have it for like three months and then I look at an old picture of me and I'm like "Jesus, I've got to have that back." Then I change it, and I'm like "Oh, I want long hair again." The one that felt the most like me—and I wish I could just have all the time—is buzzed short. There's also a place in Pasadena called Zoey Von Jones Brow Studio that has great people. Growing up, I was like "I'm a monster with my thick eyebrows." My mom was like "Trust me, you'll see it when you get older, don't do it." So now I'm sort of happy, and I like to play them up.
You ask yourself, "Is my portion of what I'm putting into this balanced with what I want this relationship to be?
" If it is, then you can communicate that and go "Look, I'm married now, but I would love to make time with you. I see them every once in a while, and it's so fun. " So cool, so nice, and I still see them every once in a while.
It's about how you can move through those things.
I think when you have that sort of ease and flexibility and a real love for who the other person is—and they have a real love for who you are, flaws included—then you can get through anything.