Peter Pasco plays Robert “Bob” Valero in It’s You, Not Me
Photo ©Lance Derman
Cliché: Tell us about your character in a couple sentences.
Peter Pasco: Bob enjoys vampires, Renee Kay’s lovely visage, and pay phones. He doesn’t believe in cell phones; He doesn’t want the NSA listening to his calls.
Have you ever played this role in your own personal dating life?
Sadly, no. One day, perhaps.
What do you like/dislike about your character?
I like that I got to work opposite of some very attractive ladies. I dislike that my time with them was so brief.
Tell us your most memorable experience while shooting this series.
I found free parking in UCLA on a weekend and I only had to drive around once. Thanks. Please, no applause necessary.
How did you come to be a part of this project?
I have worked with Renee Kay in class lead by Lauren Patrice Nadler, the director.
What was it like working with your long time teacher wearing the director hat?
It was much like being in class. Oddly enough the director hat she wears is exactly like the teacher, friend, or mentor hat that she wears. Very garish with lots of plumage.
How collaborative or how much freedom did you have to “play” or improvise on the set?
I can only speak for my time on set of course. It seemed that Lauren and Renee were open to “play,” but we stayed pretty much close to the script.