How do you like being on MTV and how is that different for you from the other projects you’ve done?
It’s exciting because as far as scripted TV, they haven’t really established themselves yet in that world.
She graduated from high school when she was fifteen.
She appeared in a music video for the song "How to Save a Life" by The Fray.
Is it strange to have so many fictional exes on set? It's kind of established that [making out on set] is in no way sexy. She has these hoodies that are remarkably vintage [laughs], and I've always wondered where she gets these bell-bottom pants she wears—those haven't been sold in stores for a long time!It's a great lesson in life, and it's really the best thing that's ever happened to me—but I feel that way about everything! It's really just a human experience, and Jenna as a character is so accessible. I want to inspire girls to inspire other girls, in whatever way and on whatever platform that comes my way—whether that's writing or acting or producing, a book, a script, anything in any genre!There's always an opportunity to move the message forward, and tell girls that limits are just so ancient.In between interviews and appearances, Beau has been taking scuba diving courses and training for a half marathon.So what can we expect to see from both, actor Beau Mirchoff and his character Matty Mc Kibben this season on ?Not necessarily big films, I’d be content doing cool indies and a play here and there to just keep myself evolving and trying new things and just bettering myself as an actor. Sam Rockwell would be a pretty nice career, he seems like a super cool guy. You’re gonna watch me figure things out in the course of the season and watch me do things wrong and try to figure out who I am in high school. Right now, I may want to do something dark, but next year I may want to do something totally different …[I’m] always evolving, always changing so who knows what I’m going to be doing in five years! star revealed that she actually shudders when someone mentions a crossover is happening.“I shudder like someone said the word ‘Voldermort’,” she joked.She grew up with her family in Florida and became a member of MENSA.She appeared in the indie film Fly Away alongside Beth Broderick.