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About Paula

Collaborating with my friend, Foyeur, on our blog: Posting huge amounts of animated gifs of Alex O´Loughlin and some doodles of him.

Mick – immortal

I’ve always been obsessed with the genre, and the beautiful romanticism and erotic kind of nature of the immortal being, the undead who lives on human blood.


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Stan, well-rounded character

Stan is not just “the guy” in Zoe (Lopez)’s story. He’s a juicy part, with his own needs and wants and sacrifices. “He’s a great well-rounded character and it just made perfect sense. I’ve never done anything like this. I’ve played more villains than anything else. I love playing villains because I can just be evil and do whatever I want. They’re like, ‘That’s genius.’ And it’s not really. I’m just being silly. – Alex 2010




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#H50 7.19 – Steve the ultimate cookie monster

This was clearly a Kono centric episode, but we were lucky they had her work with Steve 🙂 Even with him being in a bit supportive role, we got plenty of yummy McG to enjoy. This man is such a treat for our eyes (body and soul too)…♥




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#AlexOLoughlin …. I enjoy what I do for a living.

Mick has a dark sense of humor, too, which I really like. But beyond that, he and I are quite different. Mick is tougher than I am, and probably a little smarter, too.

I’m just a guy who’s lucky enough to do what he enjoys for a living.

– Alex O’Loughlin

Starlog, March 2008



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#AlexOLoughlin : Mary Bryant was a wonderful learning experience

“That was a wonderful learning experience. It was a tough shoot, mate: four months on the water, with children, in the Australian sun, in convict boats, and wearing convict clothes. We pulled out all the stops. It was wonderful being part of something that actually happened.

I tried to do a huge amount of research on my character, Will Bryant, but I hardly got anywhere with it, because there’s very little information about him out there.

My main concern was that I was representing someone who was a real person, and I wanted to bring a voice and a heart and a brain to him. Not too many people in America have seen that show.”

– Alex O’Loughlin

(Talking about his award nominated role in Mary Bryant)


March 2008



Alex, once again showing his dedication to the character he portrayed here ……..


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