In the books, I found him to be a much more understanding guy.
I feel that he really likes people a little bit more than I had seen recently — not that he can necessarily communicate that very well. He likes the underdog, and he likes people who are downtrodden, who are having a hard time.
He generally wants to help. I found him to be a much more helpful person, so I tried to put a bit of that in, even though he doesn’t quite pull it off.
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It’s something I’m excited about because I trust our showrunner. I trust those guys [Rob and the writers]. You can relax, and you can know that you’re going to have good material.
They do that job much better than I could. They’ve done good groundwork with bringing characters in and I think we have a solid foundation.
I know a couple of characters that are coming on next season, and you’re like, ‘Oh yeah, that’s a really good idea!’
HR: How has your working relationship with Lucy Liu evolved as the series went on?
Miller: It’s something that you can’t ever account for. It either works or it doesn’t with someone, and thankfully from day one, Lucy and I worked fantastically together and really get on. We have the same sense of humor, we laugh a lot, we try and support each other, and you go through real ups and downs. We’re in each others’ pockets for long periods of time, and you better get on with each other or you’re done. Aside from that, professionally we click. I think she’s a fabulous actor to work with. She’s really subtle, and I’ve learned a lot from her.
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