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Silas Weir Mitchell

Interview with Silas Weir Mitchell of "Grimm" on NBC 11/11/14

I enjoyed talking to Silas so much. He's a great actor, and I really love this show. I asked about one of the other characters on the show and what he thought should happen in the situation he is in.

NBC UNIVERSAL Moderator: Akiva Griffith
November 11, 2014 1:00 pm CT

Operator: Hello ladies and gentlemen. Thank you for standing by. Welcome to the Grimm Press Conference Call.

During the presentation, all participants will be in a listen only mode. Afterwards, we will conduct a question and answer session. At that time if you have a question please press 1 followed by the 4 on your telephone.

If at any time during the conference you need to reach an operator please press Star, 0.

As a reminder, this conference is being recorded Tuesday, November 11, 2014.

I would now like to turn the conference over to Akiva Griffith. Please go ahead.

Akiva Griffith: Thank you. Weíre pleased to have Silas Weir Mitchell of NBCís Grimm on the call today. We have a new episode this week called ďDying on a PrayerĒ and some great highlights for Silas in his role as Monroe and the continuing saga of the marriage of Monroe and Rosalee.

Iíll now turn it back over to (Benjamin) to start the question and answer. Thank you.

Operator: Thank you. Ladies and gentlemen if youíd like to register for a question please press 1 followed by the 4 on your telephone. You will hear a three-toned prompt to acknowledge your request. If your questionís already been answered and youíd like to withdraw your registration, please press 1 followed by the 3.

If youíre using a speaker phone, please lift your handset before entering your request. One moment please for our first question.

Our first question comes from the line of Joshua Maloney with Niagara Frontier. Please proceed with your question.

Joshua Maloney: Thank you. Hi Silas, how you doing today?

Silas Mitchell: Iím good, how are you?

Joshua Maloney: Good. Thanks for your time. Appreciate it.

Silas Mitchell: Sure thing.

Joshua Maloney: So at the end of the last episode obviously we saw a couple of troublemakers sitting outside of the Spice Shop. What can you tell us about those guys and what their intentions might be?

Silas Mitchell: Well, you know, I mean itís been pretty sweet for me and the lady. The only hiccup really was my parents being a little old school as far as the inter-Wesen relationship and we got over that hump pretty well. But I think what went down at the wedding has sent a kind of a bad signal is now, you know, out in the Wesen world. They know whatís going on and I think thereís a lot of people who have issues with it.

And I donít think itís going to be as easy as it was convincing (these) people that weíre okay as it was to convince my parents. So I think thereís a target on our backs, basically.

Joshua Maloney: Okay. All right. If we go back to the start of when you guys first started with this show thereís probably about a maybe a half a dozen or so new characters that have been introduced. And you guys obviously have a pretty good size cast at this point. A lot of time with shows when that happens the story lines, you know, they tend to get a little bit watered down.

But it seems like the more people are added to your show the more characters weíre getting introduced to that the richer the storytelling becomes, the more interesting it becomes for all of us.

I wonder if you can speak to that a little bit about how you guys all tie it together so well and about the way in which they do this and to not have anything thatís really watered down.

Silas Mitchell: Thatís a really good question. And, you know, itís interesting because at this point now we are in the middle of season four and I have more of a - I donít take as macro a view of things because Iím really invested in my life as Monroe more than I am invested in the overarching narrative structure.

So I can answer your question only from my point view and through my lens. But what I see in relation to that question is first of all the show runners David and Jim really have a very, very strong sense of what makes the show work. The mixture of dark story lines and comedic elements and marrying the real world that we live in with the world of Wesenís who represent elements of our psyches. And they have a way of marrying these two things so that when more people are involved I think what happens is they are such good writers that theyíre able to integrate these people into the world and the world is more important than anything else.

And theyíre invested in it in a way that they still - when new characters are introduced in fact they distill things further rather than dilute them. And I know thatís some kind of magic trick of writing because I know what you mean. Itís just - they donít dilute it, they donít diffuse it - somehow they use the new characters really well in order to clarify story lines rather confiscate them.

And I donít know how they do it except that they have a very strong grasp of what makes the show work. And right now it feels as though we have about six story lines chugging along. And each story line is very, very tightly wound. And they choose when to integrate those story lines with each other or when to keep them separate.

Like Adalind, I donítí really know whatís going on with Adalind. But she kind of - she goes away and then she reintegrates into the other story lines and theyíre just very good at doing this dance. I donít know how they do it but they do it.

Joshua Maloney: All right. Very good. Thank you.

Silas Mitchell: Thank you.

Operator: Our next question comes from the line of Jamie Ruby of Sci-Fi Vision. Please proceed with your question.

Jamie Ruby: Hi. Itís great to talk to you again.

Silas Mitchell: Hi there.

Jamie Ruby: Hi. So you mentioned obviously people are going to have a problem with them being married. But can you talk about is that going to make it hard on their relationship or does it not bother them too much? Like how is that going to go?

Silas Mitchell: No, I think itís, you know, one of the things that again as I was saying to the last question; one of the things that these writers are able to do is marry the world that we live in, you and I, with the world of Grimm where you can paint these psychological social issues with a kind of richer brush than you can if youíre completely bound to reality or our reality.

So this mixture that theyíve come up with allows for this type of storytelling and I think that it will be complicated for us as characters. Because thatís true to life. Even though weíre in this other, you know, weíre in this imaginary world I think one of the things the writers do really well is use benefits of the - yes, okay - excuse me Iím in a cab so I have to pay the cab. Iíll be right with you in one second, okay.

Jamie Ruby: Okay. Thatís fine.

Operator: Our next question comes from the line of Sherri Block with CTV.ca. Please proceed with your question.

Sherri Block: Hi Silas.

Silas Mitchell: Hi there, sorry about that. Iím in New York so.

Sherri Block: Hi Silas. Itís a new question but we can continue on with the old one.

Silas Mitchell: Oh okay great, go ahead.

Sherri Block: Well yes so just wanted to talk a little bit more about whatís ahead for Monroe and Rosalee. Now that theyíre married and they know they have some people kind of maybe not happy with them, but how are they going to keep their storyline exciting. Because sometimes in shows, you know, when the couple thatís all like will they or wonít they and now that theyíre married, you know, what do you see happening for them?

Silas Mitchell: Well I think that again it was the will they or wonít they for me and her was pretty much not even will they or wonít they. It was kind of like when are they. And people still seemed interested because - so thatís a good sign right there. Because I think the will they or wonít they is something that sustains shows to a fault sometimes, you know?

Where it becomes just a big tease. And I donít think we did that really. We didnít do the big tease thing. We sort of did these people falling in love thing. And thatís a different story. And it may not have the cutesy will they or wonít they but it has a different kind of - it holds a different kind of interest for people.

And I think that if people are interested even though they know whatís going to happen which is that weíre going to be together. I think people pretty much knew we were going to be together. Then I donít think theyíre going to have a hard time being interested in the complications that follow.

Sherri Block: Okay.

Silas Mitchell: And there will be complications and theyíre not going to, I donít think, soft-peddle them. These writers are interested in real stuff. Even though the show is ďa fairy taleĒ show, our writers are very interested in real human stuff. And thatís what makes the show interesting.

Sherri Block: Any word on a Monroe/Rosalee baby?

Silas Mitchell: No. But whenever Iím asked that question, I just say (forhasha) and you can figure that out.

There was an episode when we were asked by other people - in fact we had to explain to Nick and Hank, you know, what would happen if we had a kid. And the upshot is a thing called a (forhasha) which is a mixture of two (unintelligible) having a baby. I donít know what it means, but thatís the word.

Operator: Our next question comes from the line of Krista Chain with The TV MegaSite. Please proceed with your question.

Krista Chain: Hi Silas. Thanks for taking the time to talk to us today.

Silas Mitchell: Sure thing.

Krista Chain: I love Grimm. My husband and I both enjoy the show so much.

Silas Mitchell: Thatís very nice, thank you.

Krista Chain: My question is (and I apologize if itís already been asked-- I was a couple of minutes late to the conference): What are your feelings about Wu and his beginning to question what heís seen, and now with his trouble staying with Nick? Do you think that they should tell him whatís been going on and kind of clue him in, or do you think they should try to keep him in the dark about it?

Silas Mitchell: Well, thatís a good question. I mean I think in a lot of ways Wu - heís already been through the wringer, you know, pretty big time as far as having his mind really messed with when the Aswang was the - when they were dealing with that because, you know, of the Filipino nature of that myth, you know, that he always thought it was a fairy tale and then he starts to see that maybe itís actually true. So in some ways the soil has been, you know, thereís a fertile ground there for him maybe being able to deal with these things in a way.

But on the other hand it could send him over the edge. So I just think that whatever happens Nick and Hank will have to be very deliberate as far as how they handle it with Wu. And he obviously keeps pushing, then theyíre going to have to make a decision. And the decisionís going to be based on whatís going to be best for Wu. Because heís going - will he lose his mind completely or will he be able to handle it. Because heís already sort of been down that road and, you know what I mean?

Operator: Our next question comes from the line of Earl Dittman with Digital Journal. Please proceed with your question.

Earl Dittman: How are you this morning?

Silas Mitchell: Iím good. How are you doing?

Earl Dittman: Doing great. So whatís - are you doing a project in New York? Do you mind me asking?

Silas Mitchell: No, Iím just visiting New York as a...

Earl Dittman: Just visiting.

Silas Mitchell: Yes, theyíre just friend in New York.

Earl Dittman: Yes. Are you all on hiatus?

Silas Mitchell: I donít really have - no weíre not on hiatus either. I just happened to have a few days off and I like to come to New York and see theater and see my old friends. Every now and then the schedule opens up and I try to take an opportunity if I can.

Earl Dittman: Yes. Well, you know, itís great that, you know, youíre in season four of Grimm which weíve been watching from the beginning. What are some of the challenges of being on a show in its fourth season? Good challenges and what are the great parts of being on a show thatís lasted this long? And will longer?

Silas Mitchell: Well I would say mostly itís great stuff because whatís great about it is, you know, like I said is manifold reasons why itís great. Primarily itís that weíre a pretty well-oiled machine now so thereís not a lot of distractions. You can economize your - the way you work in the sense that you know where all the locations are. You know the city, to get around the city. The crew is really at the top of their game.

So when the machine is humming along it makes it easier to do better work. So thatís one of the great things about it. And the only real challenge about it and this isnít a challenge that I face - itís for the writers to keep the thing fresh. And I think theyíre doing a bang-up job of that. But thatís not my problem so to speak.

I take what they give me and I do my best to make it real and have fun with it. But I donít have to worry about, you know, story lines. I just, you know, live the life they give me to live. So for me itís really all upside.

Earl Dittman: Thatís fantastic. Thanks.

Silas Mitchell: Thank you.

Operator: Our next question comes from the line of Vicki Dolenga with ThreeIfBySpace. Please proceed with your question.

Vicki Dolenga: Hi Silas itís great to talk to you again. Thanks so much to your...

((Crosstalk))

Silas Mitchell: Hi there - I just love, oh of course I love the name of your site. One second here. Iím going to put my earphones in because Iím in New York and I just got back to my hotel room, so give me 2-1/2 seconds.

Vicki Dolenga: Okay.

Silas Mitchell: All right. Can you hear me?

Vicki Dolenga: I can hear you, can you hear me?

Silas Mitchell: I can.

Vicki Dolenga: Okay. Well I have to ask because itís come up from a number of fans. The writers teased for a long time with Wuís name. So are we ever going to find out if Monroe is the first or last name and is that coming and do you know?

Silas Mitchell: If I knew I wouldnít tell you. Howís that for a riddle?

Vicki Dolenga: Oh, fair enough. So I do have another question. So now that youíre coming into this episode that unfortunately we havenít seen yet but it does sound really intriguing. Was it difficult to have to play the character that is being, you know, persecuted for this inter-Wesen marriage?

Silas Mitchell: No itís not. Itís exciting.

Vicki Dolenga: Okay.

Silas Mitchell: Because itís a different, you know, itís a different life experience that Iím getting to live and thatís the fun of the whole game. Itís just living different life experiences and I mean thatís the fun of being an actor. So to me was looking forward to things getting sticky and difficult because like I said earlier I think the only, you know, the only real hiccup last year on the way to the altar was, you know, my dad being a jerk. And thatís not that big of a deal.

And this is a much bigger deal. And I tell you, you know, a lot of things that are smaller in magnitude than having a Grimm be on the altar with you at the wedding have happened that have led to terrible things. So I think, you know, thatís a big deal. When that gets out in the world not only the inter-Wesen thing but the fact that weíre friends with a Grimm and if that gets known itís trouble.

So I think itís just going to be ugly. And Iím excited about it because - thatís fun to play, you know.

Vicki Dolenga: Great. Thank you so much.

Silas Mitchell: Thank you.

Operator: Our next question comes from the line Jose Barreto with Publimetro Peru. Please proceed with your question.

Jose Barreto: Hi Silas.

Silas Mitchell: Hi there.

Jose Barreto: Hi there. This is Jose Barreto from Peru. And I think this is the first time you talk with a Peruvian media but many people here in our country wants to know the next thing. Through the years you have played several mentally unstable actors. Is that a coincidence or do you pursue these types of roles?

Silas Mitchell: I think itís kind of - itís more of a coincidence than anything but I have to admit that I find - I find it very interesting to live a life that is very, very other than the life I live as a man when Iím in stories. And I think that one of the things that makes a personís life very, very different is what goes on inside their psyche.

And so it may be partly coincidental, maybe partly just because of the way I look. But I donít seek it out per se, you know. I donít seek it out but I find it fascinating and I do enjoy it. And I donít know if youíve seen the film Birdman yet but, you know too, but that is also investigating, you know, the inner life of a person who is seeing the world in a very, very unique way. And I just find that very exciting as an actor.

Jose Barreto: Well thank you very much.

Silas Mitchell: Thank you.

Operator: Our next question comes from the line of Courtney Vaudreuil at ohsogray.com. Please proceed with your question.

Courtney Vaudreuil: Hi good morning. Thanks for talking with us today.

Silas Mitchell: Hi there.

Courtney Vaudreuil: So my question - hi - my question for you is weíve gotten some pretty gnarly holiday episodes in the past on Grimm. What do we got coming up for us with the Thanksgiving and the Christmas holidays?

Silas Mitchell: Pretty gnarly episodes.

Courtney Vaudreuil: Any sense of what kind of mess that we can expect?

((Crosstalk))

Silas Mitchell: You know, I still miss Krampus. I think he was just one of the best. One of the just - I loved that guy. I thought he was awesome. I think itís - I donít think thereís a - Iím just trying to remember here. I think that Christmas is interrupted by other events than a Christmas oriented Wesen this year.

I mean thereís still Christmas and itís big. God knows. Canít be otherwise. But the complications involved arenít specifically Christmas related.

Courtney Vaudreuil: But at least Monroe gets a Christmas cardigan; right?

Silas Mitchell: Oh wouldnít have it any other way.

Courtney Vaudreuil: Thank you.

Silas Mitchell: Thank you.

Operator: Our next question is a follow-up question from Jamie Ruby with Sci-Fi Vision. Please proceed with your question.

Jamie Ruby: Hi again. So after...

((Crosstalk))

Jamie Ruby: ...after four seasons youíve obviously worked with, you know, most of the cast but is there somebody in particular that maybe you havenít had a lot of scenes with that youíd like to get to work more with? Or even maybe a guest star that you like to get a chance to?

Silas Mitchell: Yes definitely. And the two would be Sasha and Reggie, you know. Iíve worked even more with the Captain than I have with Sergeant Wu. And I remember the first scene that the Captain and I had together and it was so much fun to get these two people with completely different energies whoíve never been in the same room together practically - when he came to the Spice Shop I think it was year - I donít know if it was year two or three. Itís all sort of blurred together.

But he came to the Spice Shop and to get some stuff to keep him from being in love with Bitsieís character - with Juliette. And it was a delight to get to have Monroe and the cast in the room dealing with - it was really fun.

And I think that it would be fun to get more with Wu and Monroe just because; A: Reggieís fantastic and we work in similar ways and we havenít had a lot of stuff to do together. We were actually in the same class in Los Angeles when we both got this job. We were working together on a scene from a play. So we know each other pretty well and it would be fun to actually get to work with him more.

Jamie Ruby: Awesome. Thank you so much.

Silas Mitchell: Thank you.

Operator: Ladies and gentlemen as a reminder to register for a question please press 1 followed by the 4 on your telephone.

Our next question comes from the line of Sherri Block with CTV.ca. Please proceed with your question.

Sherri Block: Hi again Silas. I just wanted to know...

Silas Mitchell: Hi there.

Sherri Block: ...will the gang have any luck restoring Nickís Grimm power? It looks like Renardís Momís getting pretty close to having a break-through.

Silas Mitchell: Yes. Thatís going to be a challenge, you know. I mean heís been Hexenbiested so thatís a brutal - thatís a brutal, you know, theyíre powerful creatures. Theyíre powerful women. And I think itís going to be fun to watch him struggle for a little while. Just got to watch him squirm a little bit.

Sherri Block: Whatís it been like to play the dynamics between Monroe and Nick with him not being a Grimm? Has that been fun to play as well?

Silas Mitchell: Oh itís, yes, no itís been totally great because itís, you know, there are so many issues arise in the absence of his powers for me and Rosalee, you know. I mean he got me into all this crap and now he canít protect me.

And I love the guy but now Iím kind of out on a limb, you know. He feels bad and I feel bad for feeling angry. And I feel bad for him. But Iím also scared and angry and itís great. Thereís a lot of stuff swirling around in the soup.

And again itís just the writers are finding ways of re-imagining things that arenít - theyíre still fresh, you know. Theyíre still fresh and theyíre still interesting for us and hopefully for you guys too. And definitely I enjoy playing the dynamic of, you know, Nick is a broken man at this point. And itís fun...

Sherri Block: I know. Absolutely. We love watching it. Thanks - we canít wait to see how it plays out.

Silas Mitchell: Thank you.

Operator: Our next question comes from the line of Rebecca Murray with Showbiz Junkies. Please proceed with your question.

Rebecca Murray: Good morning. So I love the...

Silas Mitchell: Hi. Everyone is saying good morning - what time is it where you are? Are you on the West Coast?

Rebecca Murray: Well itís 11:30 so itís actually noonish - so good afternoon.

Silas Mitchell: Right, no but - no itís fine. Iím so - Iím in New York. Iím just not used to - I mean usually itís the other way around on the West Coast and the interviewer is on - you know what I mean - so it just feels a little backwards to me. Anyway.

Rebecca Murray: Yes. So I actually really love the relationship between Monroe and Rosalee. But I love just the chemistry between you and Bree Turner too. Itís so fantastic. Can you talk about working with her and how thatís actually developed over these four seasons?

Silas Mitchell: Well itís just one of those things, you know, where youíre lucky to get to work with someone who you work similarly. And weíre both invested in having, you know, a real experience. And the story is the most important thing. And itís fun to play pretend at a high level.

And we play pretend until it becomes real on a certain level and itís just nice to have a partner who shares that ethic. And, you know, thatís just the luck of the draw really. But itís been delightful. I mean itís very - itís one of those things, you know, where it could have gone either way. And luckily it went the way of, you know, two people who work well together. Thatís just luck really.

And, you know, youíve got to credit casting, you know. They put a group of people together that do well together. I mean all of us do well together. You know what I mean? Thereís no strife. Thereís no - people show up to work and have fun doing it and we respect each other. And we - itís a good - itís a nice brew of psyches in there.

And weíre there to, you know, and sheís just one element of it.

Rebecca Murray: Great. Well that comes across on screen. Thank you.

Silas Mitchell: Thank you.

Operator: Our next question is a follow up question from the line of Jose Barreto with Publimetro Peru. Please proceed with your question.

Jose Barreto: Hi again Silas. My question is what do you think that makes Grimm attractive for people in different places of the world; for example here in Peru many people follow the show and find it attractive. What do you think is the main attraction of Grimm?

Silas Mitchell: I think there are two main reasons why Grimm has a global following if one could say it in those terms. And that is first of all it deals with universal themes because everybody has these elements of their psyche - Grimm deals with mythical issues in a very, very detailed and human way.

So thatís one reason; that the themes are mythical and universal.

The other reason is itís using fairytales from different cultures. And, you know, every culture has its own myths. Every culture has its own fairytales. Every culture has its own spooky stories; its own creature stories. And so, again, this is sort of the sub-set of the universal thing. Itís everybody has it.

Itís not a show about the fashion industry on the Upper East Side of New York City which only a certain sub-section of society knows or cares about. Itís dealing with something that every culture deals with; which is myth and storytelling and itís appealing for that reason to a pretty large set of the human population.

Jose Barreto: Thank you so much, that answers my question.

Silas Mitchell: Thank you.

Operator: Our next question comes from the line of Steve Eramo with SciFiAndTvTalk. Please proceed with your question.

Steve Eramo: Hi Silas. A pleasure to speak with you again today.

Silas Mitchell: Hi there.

Steve Eramo: I wanted to find out. In last weekís episode Juliette came to Monroe and Rosalie and sort of asked them to let Nick take his time about deciding about his future as far as wanting to go back to being a Grimm and so-forth. And my questionís - I just wanted to sort of ask how has that sort of effected Monroeís and Rosaleeís relationship with Juliette? How have you seen that sort of develop in the episodes you guys have shot this year?

Silas Mitchell: Well itís one of those things where, you know, you understand where sheís coming from because God knows Iím sure it ainít easy being married to - well not married, but being - living with a guy whoís, you know, dealing with what Nick is dealing with when he has his powers.

But thereís a conflict, you know. So - because him being (de-Grimmed) is not good for us. Because he is, you know, heís our eyes and ears in a lot of ways and he can help us with the people who think that whatís going on between us and him is not right.

So itís just one of those things where itís complicated because youíre conflicted and youíre conflicted because you want one thing and, you know, your friendís girlfriend wants another thing. And you have to - thatís life. You have to kind of find a way to navigate that. So it does complicate the relationship with Juliette.

I mean itís not something thatís like sheís - itís not - it doesnít destroy it. Itís not a tragic thing but itís complicated and again this is credit to the writers for writing, you know, subtle stuff in a, you know, they write subtle stuff in a show that I think a lot of people - but those that donít watch the show donít understand that itís actually got this kind of subtle human sub-text to it.

But thankfully the people who do watch it get it and thatís why weíre still making it.

Steve Eramo: And then just as a follow-up a very general question for you. I wanted to find out did you always want to work in this industry while you were growing up? Or did you have other professions in mind?

Silas Mitchell: You know it was one of those things where it just kind of - I took to it, you know? And I didnít really think about it as a profession per se probably until I was in college. But it was always something that I enjoyed a lot and I was good at. And when people tell you youíre good at something when youíre a kid you tend to keep doing it.

I was interested in other things, you know, teaching I was interested in, psychology I was interested in. But I never pursued any other career because this continued and continues to interest me. Because itís always just out of your reach. Thatís whatís delightful about it. Because itís always - you can always do more. You can always be better. You can always have a deeper, richer, more textured experience. As an actor youíre never finished.

And as long as something continues to interest you and to, you know, feed you then why would you stop. Thatís just my experience and in no way am I suggesting that people donít say like okay I got it, Iím done, Iím doing something else. And maybe that will happen to me some day.

But at this point I still find it sort of magical and complicated and intangible. And I enjoy that about it.

Steve Eramo: Well youíre doing a great job and again thank you for all your hard work on Grimm this season. Looking forward to the rest of the episodes.

Silas Mitchell: Thank you. Thatís very kind. I appreciate it.

Steve Eramo: Take care.

Silas Mitchell: You too.

Operator: And we have no further questions at this time.

Akiva Griffith: Thank you everyone for joining. If you would like a transcript of the call please feel free to email me. This should be available tomorrow mid-day.

And again Silas thank you for joining and answering the questions.

Silas Mitchell: Thanks.

Operator: Ladies and gentlemen that does conclude todayís conference call. We thank you for your participation and ask you please disconnect your line.

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