This interview with the actors — Maggie Q, Shane West, Lyndsy Fonseca, Aaron Stanford and Devon You can still think about the characters. Nikita (Maggie Q) would not approve. Shane West (Michael), 33, and his Nikita co-star Lyndsy Fonseca (Alex), 25, were photographed. Maggie Q and Shane West photos, news and gossip. Find out more about.
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You know, I was saying that I feel at the point Michael is reverting back to what he was like in the first season. In Season 1, we found him in Division, he was clearly working under Percy.
He was very emotionless. He had so much sadness in his life that I feel like this is another one of those moments, with Nikita leaving him. I think he just clicks off in the beginning. But you wonder if by the end of six, is he going to stay with her in a relationship?
Everything has been orchestrated perfectly right now. But as we know, especially with social media now, you see the reviews of all sorts of series ending and all this kind of stuff - people being bummed about the endings of seasons or people being elated about it.
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I think that worries writers and producers a little bit even more. But they sure are keeping us all together until six so that it looks like maybe some of us are alive or not. Good, bad, I'm the guy with the hand grenade. What is the team dynamic like this year? But I was also talking to Lyndsy [Fonseca] about how Alex is kind of off away from the group a lot too.
Why Hollywood won't cast Shane West anymore
How much is Michael here on the plane with the core group? But once we get Nikita back, which is going to be pretty immediate -- because it has to be! We move along with those scenes. Unfortunately, these movies didn't attract much of an audience either, and West made the right decision by accepting more television acting roles. He spends a lot of time playing music If you can picture a young Shane West then you can probably imagine him on stage in head-to-toe punk rock getup, belting out his band's latest hit in front of hundreds of people.
He even spoke about his music in an early interview while promoting A Walk To Remember, as his band was included on the soundtrack. West stated, "… Our first proactive move to get us out there is that we have a song on the soundtrack to this movie. We don't go by Average Joe because we're going to have to start changing our name.
We ran into some legal problems because it's taken by so many other things. On the soundtrack, we go by our last names. I believe it's track We're looking for a career… We're looking for a label and manager. West spent a lot of time with the group during when he was preparing to appear in a biopic about the band called What We Do Is Secret.
In the documentary, he played the band's lead singer, Darby Crash, alongside several other actors. Filming was done on and off for four years before the movie was finally released, but during that time West actually started performing with the band and eventually went on tour.
In an interview with Roguehe explained how this developed by saying, "… we played a gig where the actor Germs played first, and then the real Germs came on stage. I had to sing with them because Darby Crash had passed away many years ago. There were actually a lot of Germs fans at that party. And they just ate it up. They really enjoyed the performance, and all we did was play five songs.
And people started kind of asking us to play gigs.
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Unfortunately, that means he's spending less time acting and auditioning for parts. He started working behind the scenes Like many of those who work in Hollywood, West took some time to work behind the scenes on some of the films he was starring in. He started by working as executive producer for the documentary What We Do Is Secret, a film he called "a labor of love" in an interview with Home Media Magazine.
He continued saying, "… it was very trying on the patience, and it was very difficult because we lost funding a million times. It was received with mixed reviews, but didn't reach many viewers as it went straight to DVD.
West doesn't seem to be leaving his acting or music career behind anytime soon, but he might consider producing more since he seems to enjoy juggling several projects. When asked by Home Media Magazine what his plans are for his future, music or acting, he responded by saying, "I'm gonna do what I wanna do. That's how I think most people can and should live their lives. Ray Barnett on ERjoining the list of some of the sexiest men in Hollywood who've played doctors on the show, including George Clooney and John Stamos.
Even though he started on ER in it's 11th season, the show still had a huge following and his appearance certainly helped boost his career, but he left after just three seasons.
West left ER to take a role in the anticipated pilot Supreme Courtshipswhich depicted the professional and personal lives of six members of the Supreme Court.
This sent West back to the set of ER, making a few small appearances as Dr. Ray Barnett to wrap up a few storylines until the end of the series. He starred in Nikita The show was about an assassin who gets revenge on those who trained her, and gained a cult following right away. However, things took a turn during the show's second season, when it was considered the lowest rating drama on the network, according to Forbes. Many were surprised when the show was renewed for a third season, however, Forbes explained the reasoning behind their decision in their article.
According to them, the CW has a deal with Netflix where they can air their shows for four years after the show's series finale. When Nikita was renewed for a final fourth season of only six episodes, many thought it was done to give fans what they wanted.
However, Forbes reported that it was likely part of the network's deal with Netflix. One of the stipulations of their contract is that their shows have true and sensible conclusions. Likely this was what motivated CW to give the show it's final season, giving West a job for just that much longer — but not giving him any leads on new gigs. His current projects aren't doing well either After Nikita wrapped up, West tried to get back into film.