And then, after I booked it, I had to do a lot of research, which was really fun. A bunch of my girlfriends immediately said, “Oh, you’re working with those hot guys. And then, I come on this show with this guys that are just beautiful and talented, and there’s no attitude. I think it grounds them, and they’re humble about their show. I’m the one who’s always bragging because I’ve worked on so many TV shows that I know the difference. A lot of people are always trying to do the math as to what makes a hit show, but it’s having these different elements that are at a different caliber, and that are still grounded. There’s the three main characters for whom that would be very unlikely, but it is possible. With so many characters on this show, is there anyone that you’d love to have more scenes or a storyline with? Some of the Originals are just wonderful actors, like Daniel [Gillies] and Joseph [Morgan].
During this recent exclusive phone interview with Collider, Persia White talked about how she came to be a part of , how much she loves working with this cast, her reaction to finding out that her witch character was going to have a significant transition, how she prefers not knowing what’s coming next on the show, and how being a part of this has given her a better understanding of the vampire craze. Having just seen Caroline’s (Candice Accola) father (Jack Coleman) sacrifice himself, rather than turn into a vampire, how will your character be feeling about her new status? Maybe we should do one song for , and we’ll do a video.
She also talked about what draws her to other art forms, and why she enjoys making documentaries. WHITE: I can’t really say everything, but it’s a huge decision. Is there something that compels you to do so many different types of art forms?
It keeps you much more engaged than I ever expected.
And from working on the show, all of the cast members are really quite humble.
"We really appreciate those of you who have supported our wild, creative, passionate and unlikely relationship," the couple said in a statement.