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[...] “I found that playing this character, who chooses not to say much due to his sneaky persona, pushed me to act more and depend on my facial expressions and mannerisms to express a feeling or emotion,” says Lutz. “I wasn’t going full method or anything, but… as soon as I put my sunglasses on… I was Sneaky Pete.”
Pete and Scat, though roommates, are still business rivals, and immediately launch into the world of marketing when opportunity comes knocking. They quickly find that it’s a cutthroat world with no rules when it comes to personal relationships; feelings get hurt, bridges are burned, and someone has to come out on top when the day ends. Thankfully, in his personal life, Lutz does not have to deal with that kind of mentality, but playing it sure was fun.
“I’m only [competitive] when I work out with friends, or gamble – otherwise I’m happy with everyone’s success,” he explains. “I never get out of shape when I don’t get a role and a friend does. If someone gets a role you want, then it was meant to be for them. I just know I worked on it and did the best I could, and then that just takes them out of the running for the next one!”