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Interviews | Michelle Trachtenberg Chat
So not the Net girl

PictureOn the Web, Glory and method acting

Nicolas Turner: Is Clare Kramer as terrifying as Glory in real life?

Michelle: No, actually (laughs). She's not as terrifying as she is as Glory.

Tim: Do you ever look at pages about yourself on the Internet?

Michelle: You know, I really don't. I know that there are a lot of pages that are created by true Buffy fans, and I appreciate the effort. But through work, school, and hanging out with my friends and family, the only internet time is either research or checking my mail and chatting with my friends. That's the most important to me. I chat on instant messaging with my friends.

Lianne MacInnes: Tony Head said he used chilli peppers to put himself in an agonising frame of mind for one difficult scene. Do you have any methods for emotional or painful scenes?

Michelle: Sometimes, when it's an especially dramatic scene, I like to separate myself from the rest of the cast. I like to get into a world where I'm the only one there. That way I can really get into my character, and understand what she is feeling.



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