BELLO WATCH: Caleb Ruminer

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We love watching you on “Finding Carter!” What drew you to this role? Actors always say they try to find a piece of themselves in every role, while we we assume you aren’t a drug dealing felon, were you able to find a similarity between you and “Crash.”

Yeah. I have a lot of sympathy for Crash. I also empathize with his pain. Everybody has felt some sort of pain in their life and I think Crash is really good at hiding it. He doesn’t let people see his weaknesses. What I thought was really interesting about him was that in his eyes, he was never doing anything wrong. He thinks he’s teaching Grant a basic life skill when he shows him how to roll a joint. He’s trying to help Carter when they run away. I tried to focus on seeing the positives in whatever Crash was doing. Which sometimes proves to be difficult.

What can we look forward to with “Crash” for season 2?

Crash is a lot different season 2. I think the accident with Max really put things in perspective for him. Now, all he really wants is Max’s forgiveness. He still loves Carter and wants the best for her but maybe the best thing for her isn’t him.

Out of the box question. What is another show past or present that you think that the character of “Crash” would fit perfectly with?

Maybe “Breaking Bad?” But I’m a little biased. I’d have to say “The Fosters” or maybe “Degrassi.”

What are you most looking forward to most for the rest of 2015?

Hopefully more challenging roles that bring some diversity. Although I really like television, I also want to do some more work in features.

Lastly, please share with our readers your favorite book, movie and/or TV show and song!

Book: The Giver
Movie: The Dark Knight or Capote
Tv show: “Breaking Bad”
Song: After an Afternoon by Jason Mraz

#follow Caleb on instagram @calebruminer.

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About The Author

Stephane Marquet
Creative Director

First of all, excuse my French! … I was born in the South of France. Lived in Paris for 10 years and travelled the world until I moved to Los Angeles in 2008, because obviously recession was a great time to move to a new country! I also arrived around Halloween and was greeted at the Social Security offices by a nurse who directed to the window Number 6 so a witch could hand me my social security number. Welcome to America. I am a painter, a photographer and the creative director of BELLO mag.

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