Amy Santiago (Melissa Fumero) e Rosa Diaz (Stephanie Beatriz) nell'episodio. Brooklyn See more. Andy Samberg, Melissa Fumero and Stephanie Beatriz. On the hit sitcom Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Stephanie Beatriz plays Rosa Diaz, a tough-talking, even-tougher-walking I finally dated someone I had a crush on in high school, Travis Townsend. We're Melissa Fumero, for sure. Emmys: On Set and Undercover With the Cast of 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' (Photos) THR spends a day with Andy Samberg, Chelsea Peretti, Andre Braugher, Stephanie Beatriz, Terry Crews, Melissa Fumero and Joe Lo Truglio — and Beyonce sing-alongs and camaraderie ensue. Police precinct.
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All actors pull from their own selves and souls for their characters. What initially attracted you to the role? I had told my agents that I would love to work on something like that. I read for the character—she was named Megan then—and I loved her.
You know who she is by what she says and how she says it.
In real life, who from the Nine-Nine would be the best or worst coworker? He would get under your skin—he never shows up on time and his life is a mess but he solves all the cases.
Who do you think would win in a battle of seriousness: Rosa or Captain Holt? Those two would never succumb to the other. Maybe they think that they can soften her because they see a sweetness in her that they can pull out. Do you have any experience with crushes or unrequited love?
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Oh my god, all of them! I was not a cute kid. I was really awkward and very into books. I would follow him around.
I finally dated someone I had a crush on in high school, Travis Townsend. I used to stalk him in the halls. That was the one that ended in happiness because I asked him out.
All my good dating stories start with me being the one to ask someone out. Would you say you have the same level of intensity that she does? Yeah, I can be pretty scary! You know you want to I was saying to Melissa and Stephanie that I felt Brooklyn Nine-Nine began particularly strong for a new comedy series.
You've worked behind the scenes before on shows, including as a writer on Parks and Rec. Did you feel like everything clicked in quickly on this one? I definitely felt like it was a very magical feeling. Obviously, this show benefited so much from Parks and Recreation and just Mike and Dan getting to have so much experience in creating a show like this. So you felt it.
It wasn't, like, sweaty. The pilot was so smooth that you're just like, "This feels unheard of.Brooklyn Nine-Nine (FOX): Melissa Fumero Interview
The characters are very distinct. Has it been fun to learn new little quirks about them as you go along? The answer is yes.
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You're just flying by the seat of your pants going, "Okay, well, this is this episode and I know what happened in the pilot, so I guess I'll just build on what I think And then when they give you more information, you're like, "Oh, oh, that's why I do that that way, because of this weird thing in my past," or this weird relationship that I have with this other character.
It's like reading another little chapter every week. It's always fun on an ensemble show like this to figure out different character combinations and feel the different energy bouncing various characters off each other can bring. We had an excellent one this week!
Yeah, we just this week got to do one where we three got to bond a little bit and it really was fun. I really did feel bonded with you! Chelsea was sneaking up and taking ninja pictures of me.