Kristin Korsnes plays Tracey in It’s You, Not Me
Photo ©Dana Patrick
Cliché: Tell us about your character in a couple of sentences.
Kristin Korsnes: She is funny, lighthearted, and a lot of fun to hang out with. And she loves video games.
What do you like/dislike about your character?
I think that she is always looking on the bright side of things.
Tell us about your most memorable experience while shooting this series.
Being surrounded by friends during shooting.
How did you come to be a part of this project?
I was asked by the writer to be a part of it.
What was it like working with your long time teacher wearing the director hat?
Easy. Working with Lauren Patrice Nadler is natural because we know each other’s quirks well.
How collaborative or how much freedom did you have to “play” or improvise on the set?
I was pretty free when filming and we spoke about different things to add that weren’t in the script during filming.
What was the funnest part of shooting this episode?
Walking with dogs.
How has your character grown or evolved from the previous episode, if she has?
She is out and about.