Ona Grauer reveals her summer secret to ‘Bridge’ co-star Theresa Joy
Interviewee: Ona Grauer and Theresa Joy
By: Tyrone Warner
Date: July 29, 2010
Note: This is an interview with ONA GRAUER who plays Abby St. James and THERESA JOY who plays Billy on THE BRIDGE.
These two actresses have far different tastes when it comes to celebrating the warmest months of the year.
Talking to CTV.ca at the CTV Fall Preview party earlier this year, Vancouverite Ona Grauer shared her one of her favourite summer activities, much to the surprise of her “Bridge” co-star Theresa Joy, who seems to enjoy more traditional pastimes.
On “The Bridge,” Grauer plays Abby St. James, prosecutor and Frank Leo’s secret lover. Joy plays police constable Billy, who always seems to be getting in trouble.
This summer Theresa Joy was also featured in a photo spread on Maxim.com, and has recently wrapped up filming “Wedding for One,” co-starring with Jennifer Finnigan. Grauer recently appeared on the big screen in “Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief” as Artemis.
So what is your favourite thing to do in the summer?
Joy: Camping! I camp for like, four weeks, it’s amazing you know? But I camp by the beach, so I can have my margaritas too!
Grauer: I’m from Vancouver, so I like to go to Wreck beach, the nude beach, in the summer.
Joy: I’ll have to go there.
What’s the best summer vacation you’ve ever taken?
Joy: I made a film in the Republic of Georgia, near the Black Sea, and even though I was working, it was summer and it was unbelievable.
Grauer: Right after high school, my dad gave us some money, some camping gear and some mountain bikes, and we drove around the states for two months.
Favourite summer song?
Grauer: Bob Marley. Reggae!
Joy: Right now I love Ke$ha.
Summer this year?
Grauer: More camping, and maybe the nude beach!
Favourite Flavour of ice cream?
Joy: What’s Tiger?
Grauer: It’s orange, with a ribbon of licorice.
Joy: Wow, I like the cookie dough Blizzard. That’s the way I have to have my ice cream done, big chunks of cookie dough.