Toby appears to be kind of a strange, dark sort of guy. Where do you draw upon to get yourself into that place mentally?
KEEGAN ALLEN: I’ve had a lot of friends who have reminded me of Toby; he’s a very interesting character to play. As you know, he has this dormant angst in him that is really bottled up; the character’s very bottled up. It’s interesting to play that as an actor because you’re able to give a glimpse of happiness or sorrow. He’s been abused; he doesn’t trust anybody. I draw that from people that I used to know in high school, that were the outsiders; they were very socially awkward. Toby is very socially awkward. When he does find a friend he opens up; that’s when you get the small, little hints removing that layer and seeing that. It’s interesting to play that.