LeicesterSquareTV asked Eclipse star Chaske Spencer, who plays Sam Uley, 10 fan questions! Check out his answers:
Twilight Star and Wolf Pack leader Chaske Spencer who plays Sam Uley in New Moon and Eclipse answers fans questions at Collectormania. Chaske tells us who the toughest Wolf Pack member is, picks his favourite Twilight character and shares what Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart are like in real life.
Presented by Bernadette McIntyre Camera & Post by Russell Nelson With thanks to Showmasters and Collectormania
Here is a photoshoot that I’ve never seen before of Eclipse Movie’s Chaske Spencer, who plays Sam Uley! This is a great shoot. If I find out more info on it, I’ll come back in and add it. If anyone knows who the photographer is, please don’t hesitate to let me know so I can credit
RadarOnline posted part two of their interview with Chaske Sepncer, who plays Sam Uley in New Moon:
Radar:How is your on screen chemistry with Tinsel Korey?
Spencer:She’s a sweet heart, I love that girl. What we did was we went out for coffee and we talked to build some chemistry to sit and get to know one and other. When we got to filming it went really well, it went really easy. Of course, you meet someone and the next day you’re kissing them. It’s a weird profession. You can’t fake it. She’s one of my really good friends, I call her up. I can put her on my top five actually. I text Alex and Kiowa, we talk to each other because we’re all going through this together. Tinsel I like her because I can talk to her in ways that I can’t talk to the other guys. It’s almost like we are becoming that family in the book. Tinsel is a good actress and a talented, talented woman. I like her music. We would just hang out and talk, go to dinner, shoot the breeze.
Radar:What about the first time you saw Tinsel with the scar? How did you feel about that?
Spencer:She’s a really beautiful woman and when you put that scar it just adds this depth to her. It’s horrendous; they did a really good job. It really ads so much to her character, because you really look inside her eyes and you can see the beauty inside her eyes, and that’s what she brings to Emily. So when we did the scene it was just magic happening there that hopefully the audience will see. She really brought a lot and the scar helped out.
Radar:Tinsel had said that Kristen was really shocked by the scar, what was it like to film with the whole group, Kristen and Taylor?
Spencer:It was really good. Everyone has a different way of working; I learned that a long time ago. Kristen is an old pro, she’s been working since she was a child. She comes ready to go. She’s got her character down; she knows what she wants to do. She’s very open to ideas as well. She’s ready to play. Taylor is the same way, he’s been working since he was a kid as well. I have a hard time thinking him of a kid, because he’s got that man body, but he still has that baby face. The thing is they’re both good people, that’s what I love about them. They’re both egoless. We did a scene in Emily’s home and Kristen got all her scenes done and she stayed. She stayed for us to do all our close ups. You don’t have to stay, you can get a stand in to come in and say all your lines but she stayed the whole time. And it was a long day. So that shows what kind of integrity and what a trooper she is. I really tip my hat to her on that. Taylor is working, when he’s not doing his scene he’s getting his muscles pumped, with all of us, we’re all doing push ups between scenes. Those two, I like working with them, they come in they’re ready to go, but they also know when to have a good time. They keep it light on the set as well, which is really good for an actor, you have to stay relaxed on set.