Wyatt Nash Talks New Movie 'Petals on the Wind'! (Exclusive)
The 25-year-old actor chatted with JJ about his favorite television series, last album he downloaded, and his new film Petals on the Wind, which premiered last night on Lifetime!
“The second night of filming was really great because most of the cast was present for filming the big Christmas party. Ellen Burstyn and I shared some peanut butter crackers, and we were all talking about the pilot Old Soul, Ellen had just signed onto,” Wyatt shared about one of his most memorable off-screen moment from shooting Petals on the Wind.
Click inside to read the rest of the interview with Wyatt Nash…
JustJared.com: What was your favorite POTW scene to film?
Wyatt Nash: My favorite scene to film was between Rose and myself the night before my wedding. It was very intense and emotional for me, because of that I found it very rewarding.
JJ: What was your favorite prop from set?
WN: Besides Bart’s Crazy Jacket from the Christmas Party scene, I would have to say an heirloom antique Rolex that belonged to one of the stylists that he generously loaned to me while filming.
JJ: Do you have a specific memorable off-screen moment you shared with cast and/or crew?
WN: The second night of filming was really great because most of the cast was present for filming the big Christmas party. Ellen Burstyn and I shared some peanut butter crackers, and we were all talking about the Pilot “Old Soul” Ellen had just signed onto.
JJ: What are your favorite TV series? Which one would you want to guest star on or join the cast of?
WN: I watch most my TV on the internet so I’m a little behind on the times, but just finished first three seasons of Louie. I loved Friday Night Lights, How I Met Your Mother, and Lost. Breaking Bad was incredible. Also recently watched The Returned, a French series they are remaking for A&E. It’s definitely a project I would love to be a part of. Justified or Sons of Anarchy would be great to guest star for.
JJ: What’s the latest album you downloaded? Who are some of your favorite musicians?
WN: White Lighter by Typhoon was the last complete album I downloaded. I listened to it nonstop for about 4 months. I listen to a lot of folk music so I enjoy The Avett Brothers, Mumford and Sonsand Sons, Trampled by Turtles, Ivan and Alyosha, Turnpike Troubadors, The Lone Bellow. I only have one CD in my car (Drake- Thank Me Later), so I mostly just listen to 91.5 Classic KUSC on the Radio.
JJ: Do you have any hidden talents that most people wouldn’t know about you?
WN: Unfortunately. I’m very average when it comes to hidden talents. As in I don’t have any… Recently picked up Kendama as new hobby. I enjoy photography especially with disposable cameras… That’s about as interesting as I get.