Today’s Guest: Bitsie Tulloch, star, “Grimm”
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Last night, I happened upon an interview that Bitsie Tulloch did with Craig Ferguson, host of “The Late Late Show” on CBS.
Sure, he was funny, but she was absolutely delightful. She matched him line for line, wisecrack for wisecrack, nuanced subtlety for nuanced subtlety. And when all that failed, they flirted hysterically, no holds barred.
I also listened to her being interviewed by a morning radio show where she gently manipulated the topic of conversation from her new NBC show, “Grimm,” – Fridays at 9 p.m. – to the subject of her charity work, supporting the Corazon de Vida Foundation, which funds orphanages in Tijuana.
BITSIE TULLOCH podcast excerpt: “I was a really, really cute baby. I did have an awkward phase in middle school — braces, hair every which way. My sister, who was drop-dead beautiful, claims I had a flat head.”
In yet a third chat, a video with TheHollywoodReporter.com, I don’t remember a word she said, frankly, just that her eyes were incredibly beautiful.
Bottom line: If I had a son, I’d tell him to go out in the world and bring back a wife as beautiful, smart, sexy and funny as Bitsie Tulloch.
But since I don’t have a son, I’m going to unabashedly flirt with one of the stars of The Artist myself for the next 10 minutes and apologize to my wife later.
I’ll even mention that she has a new film, Caroline and Jackie, in which she shares billing with her “Grimm” co-star, David Giuntoli, and hope that’ll score me a point or two in conversation. (Hell, did I just say that out loud?)