ABC Family is ready to get a new image for themselves, and I think 'Greek' really kind of started that change.
I did a TV show that didn't last on ABC called 'The Zero Hour,' and my character was working at a magazine.
I lived in Chicago until I was about 12, and then I moved to Dallas until I was 19. So I think both were probably the time right when I was about to get an accent, or I lost it right when I moved.
The writers did a great job of adapting the characters from the 'Frozen' story and implementing them into the 'Once Upon a Time' world.
It was a small farm in a little rural town by the Indiana state border. I lived there from ages 5 to 12, I would say, before we moved to Dallas. We had chickens and a vegetable garden, and I had to get up to milk the goats at seven in the morning or do it at seven at night.
I think it always helps when you build a character, and then, you actually step into that character's wardrobe, something else happens. Another angle of the character comes to life.
When you're playing someone who is angry and sad all the time, you get a little down.