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WHITE: I played catch-up with the characters because it’s a very complicated show. I knew about Nina [Dobrev] getting the part [of Elena]. I think that we’ll see some decisions made, and what happens will really reflect on where the character is, as a person. If she doesn’t turn, she’s abandoning her daughter. If she does join that group, she’ll be betraying her family, to some regard. Did you always know that this would be the eventual path for the character, or was that something you learned later on? We get very short notice of what’s going to happen before it happens. They base it around the scripts and, as the characters’ chemistries are developing, they write very fresh, new moments. Did you decide to come up with your own backstory then, for where your character has been and what she’s been doing all this time? WHITE: I never know if I’m going to die, but the truth is that that’s what we live in life. You could look at vampires versus witches the same as racial or religious groups, and people who have conflict with each other and don’t want their friends to join another group. I had some friends that are regulars on the show, so I knew of it, but I didn’t follow it. What was your reaction when you found out that your character was going to be turned into a vampire? Even though her mother (Jasmine Guy) has passed away, the spirits of the witches are still watching and their essence is still aware. WHITE: No, they really do keep the actors as in the dark as the fans. You don’t know if you’re going to get in a car today and there’s going to be an earthquake, or if you’re going to make it back home. So, unlike other things I’ve done in projects where you do know the huge arc way ahead of time because they tell you a lot, or you have a movie script for six months before you film it, I actually prefer not to know. There’s certain bias and hatred that goes on for hundreds of years, but it all comes down to family in love. It’s been really great to have that connection because we have fun, too. The chemistry is there, and it’s a good chemistry that’s a kindred spirit connection. I had just seen one episode, but you don’t really understand everything that’s going on when you only catch little bits and pieces. It keeps you a little on pins and needles because sometimes they may have decided to kill you, but then they decide to keep you a little longer because they really like your work. I would be intrigued to be dealing with the problems that Damon and Stefan deal with. I liked working on because I like the show more than I like the books. I like that, in this world of mystery and vampires, we can explore things that we might not be able to confront, if we were actually calling them what they are. I’m not an easy sell, and I was really proud to be working on this show. We have some things in common that are just so strange. We laugh and have so much fun that they’re like, “Hey, guys, come on! It isn’t difficult to play a mother to someone who I do have a kindred connection to.
I do think that I need more than one [creative outlet] to go to. If I get stuck on a script, I might go work on a poem or a song. When I’m on fire, sometimes they’re all happening, and I’ll do three paintings, write a song and be working on a production, at the same time. One of the things I love most is the versatility of being an actor. This current documentary that I’m working on, I’m not actually able to talk about the details of, but it’s based around a city. It’s very open and not closed in, and it’s not about me. "I was waiting for this moment to break it to you," the actor joked. "I'm not going to go into specific detail," the British TV star said on the red carpet, "but I tried to be romantic.