Looks like we need to hang out with this guy! 😂 He’s met Oscar 3 times (plus Elvira), Sebastian Stan, John Boyega, Ben Mendelsohn, Eddie Redmayne, Riz Ahmed, Colin Farrell, Cillian Murphy, everybody from Marvel and D.C. Comics, and hundreds of others on his Instagram page I can’t even list here. He’s even met my old teacher from UCLA, Randy Jackson, and a guy I once dirty danced with and didn’t realize who it was until afterwards! 😱 @poe-also-bucky@losethehours@curiouswildi@elithewho@oscar-isaacs-eyelashes@rodrigo-cassian and everyone else out in the fandom world…
It was a good run my friends… The crying will never stop after the finale, but it brings joy to me that we will all be here to celebrate an amazing show that changed our lives. I am truly excited that we will all be here to see what new projects the cast has for us!
(A bit difficult with seth numrich because he is lacking of the good ol’ social medias)
Be excited for the futures of us all! From casual fans to historical nerds, we are all turn fans and that is what truly matters.
So here I am, giving a sorrowful goodbye to a show that changed my life.
Then and Now – Co-stars Heather Lind and Seth Numrich
Before they were working to advance the Patriot cause in TURN, back in 2010 Heather Lind (Anna Strong) and Seth Numrich (Benjamin Tallmadge) made their Broadway debuts in “The Merchant of Venice” as lovers Jessica and Lorenzo.
I’ll be honest; I got a little emotional during this scene (the whole episode actually). It was a really beautiful episode, but this scene really got me, because I’m joining the Army ROTC next year. My family keeps telling me it’s a bad decision because I could be deployed for a long time or I could die. It really sucks that they don’t understand that I don’t care about those things. I’m joining the Army because I want to protect my country. So I’ll make sacrifices, and I’ll be happy with my decisions. I made this decision in my freshmen year of high school, but now I’m even more sold on this decision. When I watch this show, I feel so proud of my country, and it makes me want to make a difference too. Before I even watched Turn, I made the decision that I wanted to join the Army and be a military intelligence officer, and then I met Ben, who just so happened to do the exact same thing. He’s really inspired me to stick with it :)