Honestly actors need more appreciation. Sometimes they can make their characters so real it’s hard to imagine them as someone else. I have to remind myself that these people aren’t real, and their little quirks and movements aren’t their own.
Every time Dean and Castiel stared at each other for a little to long? Jensen and Misha.
Every time John Laurens looked at Hamilton with a bit to much affection? Anthony Ramos.
Every time the Doctor’s happy face slipped a little? Matt Smith, Chrisopher Eccleston, David Tennant, or Peter Capaldi.
Every time Sherlock seemed a little more human? Barginbin Cuddlesnot.
Every time Evan’s anxiety disorder became real to us? Ben Platt.
They’re so good at their job it’s amazing the thought that goes into their characters that might only show up for one episode.
“On set is the only time life fully makes sense, that I feel connected to the rhythm of my life and what it all means,” he said. Once that’s over, he added: “That thing that was filling me up is gone. And so in its wake is a giant hole that screams out every day ‘please fill me.“