Like many other stars, “FBI” actress Alana De La Garza is quite busy both on the set and in her time away from the show. How does she do it?
De La Garza plays Special Agent in Charge Isobel Castille on the CBS drama.
She talked about handling life’s chores on a day off during an interview with Starry Magazine.
“You know, I have children, so I have no choice,” De La Garza said. “I come home and I’m making dinner and bathing kids and singing them lullabies to sleep.
“It’s funny, we all laugh that somewhere in our brains must be this crazy morphed out character that lives with us because you don’t know where all of these storylines go and where they are stored,” the “FBI” actress said.
“But in real life we’re all very normal, have normal lives and families,” De La Garza said. “You have to do that. You have to be able to shake that off or I would be a very demented person.”
“FBI” is currently in its fourth season on CBS. It’s part of a franchise created by Dick Wolf, who has “One Chicago Center” and “Law & Order” in his world, too.
The show aired a rerun last Tuesday night, but new episodes start appearing again on Nov. 2. “FBI” is airing at 8 p.m. Eastern, 7 p.m. Central.
‘FBI’ Creator Dick Wolf Talks About Differences Between Main Show And ‘International’
When you, Outsiders, take a look at the history of programs created by Dick Wolf, it’ll be an impressive list.
He added another show to the “FBI” collection with “FBI: International.”
What’s the difference between the main show and “International”? Pretty simple: Location, location, location.
Episodes of “FBI: International” are filmed in Budapest, Hungary. So, the International Fly Team works out of these days.
In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Wolf said, “There was a lot of exploration of where would be the most compatible.”
Missi Peregrym Would Not Be Fan Of Crossover With 2 Other Wolf Shows
Some viewers who watch “FBI” might secretly want that show to have a crossover with, say, “Law & Order: SVU” and “Chicago P.D.”
Hey, it would be kinda cool to see Mariska Hargitay and Ice-T join the “FBI” team on a case.
Missy Peregrym, though, says forget about it.
She said in an interview that “logistically, that would be hell.” Peregrym said this to The PC Principle.
“I mean, I could see doing a crossover quicker with, say, ‘FBI: Most Wanted,'” she said. “The reason I am saying that it would be difficult with SVU and Chicago P.D. is because it would be two networks.”
“FBI” airs on CBS, while “SVU” and “P.D.” are on NBC.