Calum Worthy hangs off a window ledge in this shot from his new cover story with Grumpy magazine.
The 28-year-old actor is opening up about The Act, remembering the good days on Austin & Ally, climate change and more. Check it:
On his experience on Austin & Ally: “It was my first time doing comedy in that way. I also had an incredible time creating a family with everybody on that set. We are all still best friends and I think that’s a very special and unusual thing for a show!”
On his groundwork to embrace the mind of Nick Godejohn on The Act: “I knew that he suffered from disturbing thoughts, so at night I would play disturbing videos and then go to bed to fall asleep. I also put a picture of Dee Dee’s crime body on my phone at night, because I knew that he was haunted by these images of her body.”
On being a climate change activist: “When I was in high school, I realized that this was going to be my generation’s challenge, and that it was the crisis that will determine the future of our children and grandchildren.”
On being a ‘contender’ at the Emmys: “I would never have thought that I actually would be a contender for something like this. It means a lot! I’ve seen all these other projects and I’m actually rooting for all of them!”
Read more of Calum‘s interview at GrumpyMagazine.com.
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