How are you finding being back home this time?
It’s great, it’s always good being home. I think the beauty of spending so much time overseas is you realise how good we have it back home. I had very much enjoyed living and working overseas but Sydney – you can’t beat it. This weather is just magnificent.
How often do you get back?
Not as often as we’d like but it’s still early days in terms of working in the American industry. It’s just about working hard so down the track we can come back and be based here. I’m having a lot of fun over there and Tomorrow People is one of the best experiences in my life. The Pilot was shot in NY and the rest of the series was shot in Vancouver.
How long were you in Vancouver for?
We started mid-July last year and wrapped 2 weeks ago, so it was about 9 months’ worth.
Have you set up home there?
Yeah we had to set up home there but also have a base in LA, so did a bit of toing and froing. It’s nice that both cities are in the same time zone, and it’s only 2 ½ hours on the plane so it’s not too bad.
Have you been told anything about season two yet?
Not yet, we find out very soon. I think probably in the next week or so.
Do you have your fingers crossed?
Yeah, absolutely. It’s a really fun show, a really fun thing to work on. All the guys that I worked with we’re all good friends now so it’s a fantastic experience and would be amazing if we could go again.
Would you say that you’re settled in LA yet, do you have your own apartment and done the whole housewarming party?
Look I haven’t spent heaps of time in LA, but I’ve probably spent enough time there to feel settled and feel like it’s a second home – or third home. Vancouver certainly felt like a home to me, it’s a very nice city and very easy to live in as long as you get used to the weather. It’s definitely cold and rainy. A lot of stuff happens in Vancouver, a lot of TV shows.