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Gillian Zinser Covers 'Company Magazine' August 2012

Gillian Zinser Covers 'Company Magazine' August 2012

Gillian Zinser lands the cover of Company Magazine‘s August 2012 issue, on newsstands now.

Here is what the 26-year-old actress, who was chosen as the cover girl by her fans, had to share with the mag:

On which 90210 co-star she’d date: “I am so madly in love with my own man that I don’t even know how to answer that! I’ve been with my guy Luke [Grimes] for a while now. But if I had to answer, I’d have to say Jessica Stroup.”

On her one wardrobe item she’ll keep forever: “My grandfather’s bowler hat. I wear it all the time. Probably too much. It’s like my safety blanket.”

On being different than her 90210 character: “We’re all incredibly different girls and that’s part of the pleasure of acting. You’re never going to be cast for something that you’re not right for because you’re always bringing a huge part of yourself to every role. But I agree that there is a ‘type’ in Hollywood and I don’t see myself in that bracket. I’m simply an actor who is in Los Angeles for work, and I keep my personal life quite separate to work. I live in a small bungalow by the beach and I think there’s something to be said for not having to run around town and be on show.”

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