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1. How did you end up being cast on Start Up? Did you submit or were you contacted?
I was contacted by one of the producers.
2. How did you feel after watching the episode, and is there anything you would've said or done differently?
I loved the whole experience with Gary and the crew. I had been on other shows that were great fun, but it was a great change being able to actually sit down and talk with Gary. I felt very comfortable and was able to show my sense of humor and just be myself.