And Schwartz—who has since gone on to co-create and/or produce shows like ‘s 10th anniversary: Josh Schwartz: “I’d never really watched—and this kind of ironic now—a lot of teen dramas myself. But Stephanie Savage, who was the producer on the pilot, has seen every episode of , so she was much more certain that we’d figure it out.
And I think casting all the parts was tricky.” “Everything evolves.
I just wouldn't do anything that's blatantly gratuitous."C: Before your current Neutrogena campaign, had you ever done any modeling?
M: When I was 10 or 11, I did the Calvin Klein campaign. I would walk into a theater, and the would be my face on popcorn bags, and I would see myself on the sides of buses. I still take high school classes even though I have my GED, because I love school and I want to get into a good college.
premiered in August of 2003, there was little to suggest it would grow into the pop culture phenomenon that it became during its first season.
Summer shows were considered little more than schedule-filler.
But that was a big risk at the time.” And you know that’s something that I’m now well-versed in—in television you give yourself a pat on the back for about two seconds and then you’re immediately looking to the future.
But it was not just Mischa and Ben that Cam was unimpressed by, he also took aim at all the show's young stars - which also included Rachel Bilson and Adam Brody - accusing them of sabotaging the show.
Once the pilot aired, however, Schwartz and Fox managed to turn those disadvantages to the show’s favor.
The summer start-date enabled Fox to air the now-infamous pilot three times while growing a devoted audience.
Modeling is just one of those things that goes along with acting. C: You went to Manhattan's prestigious Professional Children's School. M: I started right after people like Scarlett Johansson and Christina Ricci finished. Yale just sent me the packet about their drama school. But it's difficult, because everytime I want to focus on school, I get another job.