Maybe the stunning actress picked up a few tricks of the trade while playing a CIA operative in two high-profile TV series, beginning with the lovable action-comedy for Fox in 2014. It took a lot of time to make sense of all the moving parts and all the pieces." The pulpy piece of New York City fiction (based on Colin Harrison's novel) attempts at times to give its lurid, twisted tale a touch of class.
Only one of those popular shows will live another season (apparently without Strahovski), but this real-life international woman of mystery didn't have to go undercover to find her next role. "Some of it was hard to imagine how it would play out," Strahovski said of the content.
Whether Wren realizes it or not, Crowley is hiding something even as she shares information about the fate of her freaky husband Simon (Scott). We had to always go, go, go, with limited budget and limited days to shoot. We all sort of became a big family with our cast and crew. And there's a lot of chefs in that kitchen, you know. Laughing at the suggestion, Strahovski replied, "I don't know.
Former co-stars Zachary Levi, 35, and Yvonne Strahovski, 33, hung out together this week.
The production began previews at Studio 54 on February 19, 2016 and opened on March 17 for a limited engagement through June 12.
Levi first appeared in the FX television movie Big Shot: Confessions of a Campus Bookie.Since 2013, Chuck star Zachary Levi has told his fans "he's working on it" when asked about the possibility that a movie could, indeed, happen.One particularly ardent Twitter fan, @Chuck VSthe Movie, is still hosting petitions in an effort to gain the attention of The CW, Netflix or other networks for a possible Chuck revival.She's Caroline Crowley, a sexy seductress with a secret (or two), in . The indie feature, released last Friday (May 20) in theaters and On Demand by Lionsgate Premiere, also stars Academy Award winner Adrien Brody, Campbell Scott and Jennifer Beals, but it's Strahovski's pivotal role that will keep moviegoers on the edge of their seats."It's definitely different from anything I've done," Strahovski said over the phone last week from Los Angeles, happy to be back at her home-away-from-homeland base after a late-night flight. An Australian native whose Polish parents emigrated to the Land Down Under before she was born, the 33-year-old glamour girl with a dazzling smile brought some spicy acting chops to the portrayal of Crowley, a troubled woman who has more complex sides -- and private demons -- than your typical '40s femme fatale.