Click through the gallery below to see all of the guys (and a girl! The 29-year-old actor was in attendance at the 3rd Annual Josh Hutcherson Celebrity Basketball Game on Friday, which helped raised money for the Straight But Not Narrow organization.To say Ben won't go away easily is an understatement.
Are they going to be happy with how their story is resolved? Throughout the years, everyone has been rooting for Ricky and Amy to be together and end up together and I can't say if they do or if they don't. THR: Was the end of Ricky's story the way you had imagined it?
All I can say is I was very happy with the way Brenda decided to end the show. Kagasoff: No, it definitely wasn't how I imagined it.
Daren Kagasoff, who plays bad boy Ricky, hopes that viewers will be happy with the way things end for all the characters.
"I want them to have a sense of closure," he tells also exclusively debuts a tense scene between Amy (Woodley) and Ricky as they encounter Ben (Ken Baumann) in the school hallway.
He revealed to us, “I’m working on my own project called a couple months ago and I just found out I got nominated for an Emmy for it.
So that was an honor and it was for playing a gay football player.” When we asked Greg why it was so important for him to attend the charity basketball game, Greg told us the cause was very close to his heart.He explained, “My best girl friend just got married to a young lady and I’m from Maine and they just legalized it last year.I was just at her wedding two weeks ago and to see her marry the woman she loves was an amazing thing.that she never “hooked up with anybody I’ve worked on a movie with,” she said that after-filming hookups “might have happened on something.” So which co-star was it, Shai? ) that Shai’s been linked to in the past, and then tell us who you think she was referring to in the comments!As an actor, you just want to be working and I'm just so thankful for that time. I went in and read, and ended up reading for the creator of the show. It came down to Brenda Hampton, who made the final decision of giving me the part, because the network wasn't too fond of me at the time. It was a pretty substantial character in the show and I don't think they necessarily trusted me with the material, but Brenda did. When [Shailene Woodley] walked in and read for her role, the second she saw her, she knew she was the girl. You could have a hundred actors reading for one part and they could all be spectacular but one sticks out for some reason.