For all you Lauren Collins fans out there, I’ve got some titillating news! The article for Curve has published and it’s out in stores! If you do not have a subscription to Curve Magazine, have no fear. You can pick up this month’s copy at any Barnes & Noble bookstore. Flip it open to the table of contents and you’ll see my name, in bold, and the page, 38 to be exact, to turn to.
I was pleasantly surprised to see that Lauren was give a center spread. As I said before, she was incredibly candid during the interview and I enjoyed it very much. I’m glad that I was able to help spread the word about her, not only as an actress, but also as a person.
Check out the article when you get a moment and let me know what you think.
Here’s a little teaser to spark your interest:
Degrassi: The Next Generation is the most watched domestic drama series in Canada, and the highest rated show on Nickelodeon’s “The N” in the United States. Degrassi, often described as a “cult classic,” garners rave reviews from critics for its lack of inhibition when it comes to exploring such “taboo” topics as abortion, rape, alcoholism, domestic violence and yes, even homosexuality, among teens. And really, what would a hit teenage television series be without a little lesbian drama?
Lauren Collins, who plays the quick-witted, somewhat superficial and sexually flexible Paige Michalchuck, talks with Curve about Degrassi’s appeal, her first lesbian kiss and the possibility of playing future gay roles