‘Grimm’ role a fairy-tale start for Mich. film student – USA Today

USA Today talked with Jacqueline Toboni, the 22-year-old University of Michigan acting student who debuts this week on Grimm as a character nicknamed Trubel. She talks about her interesting story about how she landed the role, plus how welcoming the cast has been. Source: USA Today

Check out an excerpt of the interview.

Toboni originally was scheduled to be in three episodes but will wind up appearing in four. Kouf says they’ll probably bring her character back next season for a few more.

 

The TV newcomer, who’s from San Francisco, sounds as if she’s still amazed at landing the Grimm part. “I got more nervous auditioning for the Michigan (short film) production than this, because I didn’t think there was a shot of getting this.”

 

She says the “Grimm” cast adopted her and helped her feel like part of the on-set family. “I’m kind of the little sister. They’ve all been super-nice and welcoming. They even signed my first call sheet and framed it, which was so nice and generous. It’s been fantastic.”

Read more about Jacqueline Toboni and her Grimm experience.

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