That’s what I like to do; play on a guys’ baseball team because I refuse to play softball. It was a two-part class where, one week, you would go and learn about all of the things you need to know about and then the next week, you do live, improvisational commercial scripts.
I want to change things from the inside all of the time.” Even if you don’t yet know Wetterlund, chances are you’ve caught glimpses of her in a commercial, on MTV’s Girl Code, or most recently, as the newest employee at Pied Piper on Silicon Valley. When I was prepping for this interview, I realized that I’ve seen you in a ton of commercials. You basically are auditioning for commercials, writing scripts and performing them…
Pretty much every single thing that has happened to me has been like, “This is great. The other point I want to make is, commercial acting money is not that good.
If this is as far as I get, I’ll be super happy.” I wasn’t raised in Hollywood. Yes, if you book one commercial, you could get a lot of money. You had a small, but very funny, role in The Interview.
, the Fox comedy toplined by Zac Efron, Adam Devine, Anna Kendrick and Aubrey Plaza. Wetterlund recurs on HBO’s , the sci-fi thriller that stars Noomi Rapace and Michael Chiklis, who joined up last week.