QUESTION: What was your experience like working for the soap opera, General Hospital? How is it different than filming The Lying Game?
CHRISTIAN: My experience at General Hospital was amazing, totally amazing. You couldn't find two different shows that work differently. Soaps are very fast-paced. They shoot an episode per day. The Lying Game takes about seven days to shoot one episode.
QUESTION: Do you have any advice for any young aspiring actors?
CHRISTIAN: Yes. If you're going to get into acting, make sure you do it for the right reasons.
QUESTION: Do you ever want to be in a TV show or movie where you can display your gymnastic skills?
CHRISTIAN: No, any skills I did have when I competed are most definitely gone by now.
QUESTION: How did you get into acting?
CHRISTIAN: Ever since I was a little kid, I always enjoyed performing. Not necessarily acting but just performing in general. That eventually led to theater in school. Theater in school made me want to pursue it further, so I found the right and proper resources and that led me to L.A.
QUESTION: I know there is a stand in for the twins, but how do you prep for scenes with Sutton or Emma since they are both played by Alexandra?
CHRISTIAN: There's no preparation really needed for me. If anything, I have a lot of extra time because she spends twice as much time switching back and forth between characters. That gives me a lot of time to go over my work and get ready.
QUESTION: Are you tech savvy like Thayer?
CHRISTIAN: No...haha. I am good with electronics though, figuring out how they work, but I'm not quite limited to just computers.
QUESTION: Thayer seems to have a bad boy/angry side; will we be seeing more of that during the rest of the season?
CHRISTIAN: As the series unfolds, you'll see several sides of Thayer as he evolves.
QUESTION: What is it like acting with Adrian Pasdar as your TV dad?
CHRISTIAN: He's one of my favorite actors to work with. It's very easy to work with Adrian because he gives so much.