Nashville‘s Judith Hoag Q&A

THE STAR SCOOP:
What do you like best about playing Tandy Hampton? What challenges are there for you in this role?

JUDITH HOAG:
I like that she’s complex. No one really knows what she’s really about and that’s fun – the possibilities are endless. The challenge is that I sometimes have very little screen time to convey my intentions so I’ve got to make every second count.

THE STAR SCOOP:
What can we expect from her in the future?

JUDITH HOAG:
Personally, I’m hoping she takes over the Universe, but I’ll settle for Nashville for starters.

THE STAR SCOOP: Do you think Tandy’s relationship with Rayna continues to improve?

JUDITH HOAG:
Absolutely. But having said that there will be definitely be some obstacles in our path.

THE STAR SCOOP:
Is there anything you can tell us about season 2? Spoilers please!

JUDITH HOAG:
It will be even more addictive than last year! And it will have an even deeper emotional core.

THE STAR SCOOP:
Why do you think viewers like “Nashville” so much? It drew a lot of buzz in its first season.

JUDITH HOAG:
The writing. The actors. And especially the music. It was just a delicious stew.

THE STAR SCOOP:
What has been your favorite episode to work on so far?

JUDITH HOAG:
I loved being on tour with Rayna and the girls in New York. And I loved our second season opener.

THE STAR SCOOP:
Tell us more about working with Connie Britton.

JUDITH HOAG:
She’s absolutely dedicated to her vision. I have no doubt at some point she’ll move into directing – she has a directors eye. We have an absolute blast together and I do feel like we’re sisters, I certainly love her like a sister.

THE STAR SCOOP: |
What other projects do you have in the works?

JUDITH HOAG:
My next movie is called “Bad Words” for Focus Features. It’s Jason Bateman’s directorial debut and it’s dark and hilarious. And I’m about to start work on an indie film called “Destroyer” that I’m squeezing into my “Nashville” schedule.

THE STAR SCOOP:
Are there any charities close to your heart you’d like to spread the word about?

JUDITH HOAG:
Fraxa & National Fragile X Foundation are dear to my heart since Fragile X runs in my family. I also support APLA, Planned Parenthood & Nashville Cares.

THE STAR SCOOP:
Thanks so much for taking the time to chat with us. Last question – and we have to ask – how often are you recognized from”Halloweentown?”

JUDITH HOAG:
All the time. Almost as much as “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.”

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