A few months ago, Dan Crane, who plays the character of Pete Campbell on the CW’s hit show The Originals, had his first real big screen role.
It was a scene where he was in his early twenties playing a man who goes by the name of Pete.
Crane played the part because he had been asked by CW showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa to appear on a pilot about an African American man who wants to become a cop.
The pilot was about a white man trying to take on the stereotype of being a black man, and Crane said he loved the character.
But his audition was different.
He went to see the pilot, and it was just an awesome experience for me to play the character because I was able to get to know him a little bit.
Crane was excited to be part of the pilot and wanted to get out of there quickly so he could make his own career.
He was so excited because he said he had always wanted to be a cop and was excited about it.
He ended up doing a lot of things that were really cool, and he said, I want to get this show made.
The Origins is the latest CW series to see a crossover with another network, so the show has been able to tap into some of its older fan bases.
For example, in the Season 5 episode “Pete’s First Day on the Job,” Crane played a black guy who is trying to be the first African American cop on the job.
That episode also featured a cameo from his ex-girlfriend, Toni Collette, who also played the character in the series.
Crane is still the only black man to have appeared on The Originations, which premiered on March 26, 2017.
And now, Crane is back on the big screen.
In an interview with MTV News, Crane revealed that he’s going to play a character who is in his late twenties, and his role on the show is very similar to the role he played in the pilot.
But this time, Crane will be playing the character himself, which is an exciting development for the series as it gets to this season’s end.
“I have to tell you that when I got the call to audition for The Origines, I didn’t think I would be playing any of the main characters,” Crane told MTV News.
I think the first thing that I’m going to do is play a young man in my early twenties who is working a job, and the second thing is I’m a cop, and then my job is to make sure the people are safe. “
So I think that my character has to have some of the same qualities of a white guy in a police uniform who’s been through a lot and had some of those things happen to him, and so it’s something that I have to be ready for.
I think the first thing that I’m going to do is play a young man in my early twenties who is working a job, and the second thing is I’m a cop, and then my job is to make sure the people are safe.
So I feel like I’m the one that is going to make that call, but the person who I’m playing is my older self.
I am just going to take it as it comes.”
The role of Pete has been so popular on The CW that Crane has been cast as an executive producer on another new show, The Vampire Diaries.
Crane has said that he is so excited to play another major role that he’ll be doing other roles on The Vampire diaries as well.
“That’s one of my big passions,” Crane said.
“As I said in the interview, I just want to be able to bring some of my favorite things to the table that I’ve always loved, and that’s really what I love to do on TV.
Check out the rest of the interview with Dan Crane below:”
Hopefully we can continue to make The Origination work for years to come, but I think it’s going in the right direction.”
Check out the rest of the interview with Dan Crane below: