Is 'Gilmore Girls' star Scott Patterson 'horrible' to work with? Amy Pietz says yes
There's another reason why she loves working on "Chloe King" so much... her co-stars are plenty of fun to work with. "I spot stars a mile away and stay away from projects that have horrible people involved. I just can't physically do it," she tells NY Post's PopWrap. "I have no censor button and I'm rebellious by nature."
This rebellious nature is what makes her quick to point the finger at one difficult actor, her former co-star Scott Patterson, best known as unlikely leading man Luke on "Gilmore Girls."
"As great as 'Aliens in America' was, the guy who played my husband was ... horrible," she says. "And I don't mind saying that in public. And that experience was one I never want to repeat, so now I'm doubly careful."
Years ago, there were rumors that Lauren Graham and Patterson didn't get along well on the "Gilmore" set. In a 2005 interview with TV Guide, Graham admitted that they weren't best friends, but said that it hadn't caused problems at work. "We're not intimates. We talk kind of how we talk [on the show]. We work well together," she said. "It's a very happy set. It's a very functioning, working set, and I think some of that is helped by us having a little bit of a life outside. But I'm here an average of 50 hours a week, so there isn't a lot of socializing for any of us."
Patterson was most recently seen in "The Event" and as Liam's shady dad on "90210."
We'll just be over here, pretending that Stars Hollow is real and that Luke and Lorelai have 1.5 kids and a bunch of little puppy Paul Ankas by now. And he makes her Santa burgers every year. And Rory visits all the time. And April Nardini was eaten by a shark and nobody missed her.