Jessica Green


The Fresno Bee (Sunday) - - On TV - BY JAY BOBBIN

What can you say about your char­ac­ter Talon’s jour­ney as Sea­son 2 of “The Out­post” be­gins? I can’t re­ally say much with­out giv­ing too much away, but the path she was taking at the end of last sea­son takes a big right turn. There are a lot of in­ter­est­ing things that happen, and they were a lot of fun to play. I feel that hap­pens with all of the char­ac­ters. Every­one’s story re­ally takes a turn. “The Out­post” is such a phys­i­cal show, how did you hold up in mak­ing the new­est episodes? I had a cou­ple of in­juries. When I was train­ing with my horse, it slipped through ice and threw me off, and I thought I’d bro­ken my tail­bone. Luck­ily, I didn’t. I just se­verely bruised it, so that was “fun” for a few weeks. Then, I hurt my an­kle, I broke my toes over the last few days of film­ing ... it was good! And ob­vi­ously, there were scars and cuts and bruises on my hands from do­ing all those fight scenes with men with ar­mor on. It just comes with the ter­ri­tory, I guess. If you want to do your own stunts and you want to fight, you have to ex­pect it. I tend to get bruises here and there any­way, so I’m used to it. The se­ries’ film­ing lo­ca­tion made a big switch from Utah to Ser­bia for the second sea­son. How did you find it there? I was pretty shocked when I first found out that was where I was head­ing, but it was an in­cred­i­ble ex­pe­ri­ence and I wouldn’t change it for the world. In­stead of film­ing on sets, ev­ery­thing was for real. I had an ab­so­lute ball.

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