We recently chatted with Sterling Beaumon from the awesome five-part miniseries CLUE (yes, just like the board game)! Sterling stars at Seamus, who is the equivalent to Mr. Green in the game. We chatted about the show, his character and more! Don't miss CLUE tonight at 8 p.m. on The Hub! You can follow Sterling on Twitter and "Like" him on Facebook!
TWIST: What can you tell us about the show?
Sterling: CLUE is a TV show that is loosely based on the board game. It has a lot of spins and twists and throwbacks to the game. The characters, the weapons and the places are all in the show. What's great about it is that there's so much mystery - it keeps you on the edge of your seat. It's action packed, but with some teen romance thrown in there as well.
TWIST: What about your character?
Sterling: Well, my character is Seamus Carlson, Mr. Green. He's kind of the bad boy of the group, like the cool kid. He's usually always the leader of the group. They look to him for guidance, in a way. He's definitely very smooth with the girls as well, which I think is cool.
TWIST: Can you tell us about a funny moment on set?
Sterling: During one of the scenes, my character - he's pretty in shape and he's the cool guy - he was helping along one of the... academic characters. During one of the takes, my character was screaming, "Come on, come on, we've got to run!" Finally, I just picked up my fellow cast mate and just carried him. That was hilarious.
TWIST: Why should our readers absolutely watch the show?
Sterling: I'll give you three reasons. One, it's mysterious and it keeps you on the edge of your seat. It's awesome, and there's always something new going on. Two, there is the teen romance. Three, the storyline will just blow your mind. It's awesome. It's what drew me toward the project. It's not a sitcom at all. It was shot on location in Vancouver, which was beautiful!
TWIST: Do you have any other projects or anything you're working on that we can tell our readers about? I know that you also do music as well.
Sterling: I definitely have some new music coming out. I have a single that I just released called "Firing Blind." It actually has a great message. It's about how you shouldn't judge a person if you don't know them. Don't fire blind. Don't call them names or knock down their beliefs just because you don't like the way they look or something.