After our talk, she ran 16 miles along the West Side Highway in preparation for November's New York City marathon, but before that, we got her to open up about having a dressing room next to Tracy Morgan, what she looks for in men, and her abiding affection for street pigeons. When I read the script, it was a period piece, it was set in New York, and it was just a really cool character so I was excited and I really, really, really wanted it. He's intimidating and big and scary but also such a softie and so sweet and I think you really believe their weird messed-up relationship, even though it's very out of the ordinary.And it took a little while, but eventually they cast me, and it's been such a dream. He's an actor, too, obviously, so he knows how to talk to the actors and get the best work out of us. I was so nervous and I got lost on my way there and I arrived like two minutes late and I ran in all frantic.
Now you’re doing another New York-based television series.
Is your game plan to stay close to home for most of your jobs?
We recently took Bowden for coffee at the Tribeca Grand Hotel in Manhattan.
Bowden had returned home after a month of shooting an indie action thriller, Monolith, in the Utah desert.
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There is also the possibility the Wiki Page view biography and filmography of actress, in Russian and many other languages.In addition to Katrina Bowden dreamed of in many other cinema and television movies.In 2011, the actress was recognized as the most sexy lady magazine Esquire.And it's just also really cool because this is his passion project. I think I remember Tracy [Morgan] saying I just stood there in the doorway like a deer in the headlights.And Tracy said to me, "Don't just stand there looking beautiful, come and sit next to me," and it immediately made me feel more comfortable and at ease. He would just do his comedy bits in the elevator rides, and there were other people from other projects in the building.Katrina Bowden: [Laughs] I’ve been very fortunate that it just worked out that way.