What made you get into acting? Where you always passionate about acting?
I was a kid in second grade and my teacher suggested I should audition for the talented in theatre program at my public school. I was always a class clown and she thought it would help me focus and be a constructive outlet for my energy.
Where you “Dancing on the Ceiling” “All Night Long” when you found out that you will be part of Marvel MCU?
It was definitely a huge celebration. It’s not often that you have a dream and it comes true!
How did you find out that you will be in the Avengers: Endgame?
With Marvel it’s always the same. They call you and tell you to keep certain dates open. I never knew in what capacity I’d be used or what the storyline would be. I was just excited to hang out with Captain America again!
Tell us about “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier”? What was it like to shoot the series?
The process for this series was really something special. I actually got to know things first and really prepare for what we were walking in. I have to say, I was very nervous because I didn’t think we could do on TV what we’ve been doing on the big screen. But, lesson learned, I’ll never question Marvel again!
Sebastian Stan and you are close friends. Does that friendship help your on-screen chemistry?
I truly consider Sebastian a dear friend. We’ve been through a lot together! Our friendship and trust off screen is the biggest reason we work so well together. I’ve learned a lot from watching him in scenes together and seeing his career grow. I mean… he was amazing in I, Tonya!
How different is making MCU as tv series compared to a feature film?
To be honest… it was exactly the same! Same crew, same schedule, same laughs. Doing a Marvel movie project is like summer camp. [More at Source]