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A brainy, quick-witted former cop, Valerie is Alice Vaughan's business partner and BFF who runs all the business aspects of their private investigation company.Although we're only two episodes into the season, it's hard to imagine anyone other than Rollins as Valerie — but, in an interview with Bustle, Rollins says she initially tested for the role of Margot Bishop, which ultimately went to Sonya Walder.GIRLTRASH: All Night Long, the recently released romantic lesbian comedy musical from POWER UP Films, is a HUGE surprise. world—a world populated by lots of beautiful, sexy young women looking to flirt with danger and each other.Fans of the very successful Showtime web series might have been expecting a longer version of the gritty web series. GIRLTRASH: All Night Long is the story of two sisters at cross purposes.As we have come to expect with POWER UP short films and features, GIRLTRASH: All Night Long is beautifully shot by Sandra Valde-Hansen and perfectly edited by Chris Hill. As Misty’s friend, Syd has some of the most outrageous lines in the film (“If I almost fucked Angelina Jolie, I’d make a t-shirt that says ‘I almost fucked Angelina Jolie.’”) GIRLTRASH: All Night Long might be the best lesbian movie that’s ever been made.
"I'm excited when we get into Valerie's personal life a bit."The Catch was one of my favorite pilots of the season, so I was devastated when I didn't get the part," she says. It's really refreshing and rare and I love, love them," Rollins says.Luckily, she received another call shortly thereafter with the news that she was being considered for the role of Valerie. "There was another project for ABC that I was up for and I didn't get the day before, but I wasn't even upset because something in my gut told me it would all come around."Her favorite part of The Catch is the other actors — the stellar ensemble includes Mireille Enos, Peter Krause, Alimi Ballard, Jay Hayden, Jacky Ido, Sonya Walger, and Elvy Yost. Despite the fact that they sometimes work up to 17 hours per day, she adds that "we laugh so much together" on the set. ), you can thank Rollins for helping shape the character.When the pilot was re-tooled, she sat down with Allan Heinberg (the show's developer and executive producer) and he asked Rollins about her strong suits and the trajectory she had in mind for Valerie's character in Season 1."He really listened, because she's exactly who I wanted her to be and it's pretty amazing."Rollins says her favorite things about Valerie are "her one-liners and her clothes" and says that we're going to learn a lot more about her character's personal life as the season progresses.