Gregory Smith Interview
Sindy: Hi Gregory. Why don't you start off by telling me a little about your new movie, The Seeker?
Gregory Smith: The Seeker is a film that centers around a 13 year-old boy named Will who finds himself stuck in the middle of a battle between good and evil - which is represented by the dark and the light.
Sindy: Can you tell me a little about your character, Max?
Gregory Smith: I play Max, Will's oldest brother, who has been kicked out of college and is feeling a little insecure about it, which leads him into the struggle between the dark and the light.
Sindy: Most people know you best for your role on Everwood, which recently ended. Do you miss it or were you ready to move on?
Gregory Smith: I miss the people, but I was ready for it. It was funny because I was in Salt Lake City and I just wanted to get out and see the world. As soon as Everwood was over, I was shooting this film in Romania and I couldn't stomach the food and I was just like, "Oh God, be careful what you wish for."
Sindy: Are you still friends with any of your co-stars?
Gregory Smith: Yup. Chris (Pratt) - when I was shooting in Romania - was shooting in Prague, so we met up and went to Berlin together and had a really good time.
Sindy: You've been doing more films of late. Do you prefer them or TV?
Gregory Smith: Well, I won't be able to do a TV show for a while because it's such a massive, life-altering commitment so, for now, I'm happiest making films.
Sindy: You have a fairly impressive resume for someone your age. Do you ever worry that you missed out on the simple pleasures of just being a kid while you were working so hard?
Gregory Smith: Not at all. I mean, I definitely missed out on some things, but the things I had it supplanted with, I wouldn't give up for the world.