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Her television credits include guest-starring roles on such hit television shows as “Mad Men” and “My Generation,” etc.
For dramatic purposes, there’s such a freedom in not having cell phones and not having any kind of internet stuff. You’ve gotta show up at 3 am at someone’s doorstep, instead of texting them, “Hey, I’m thinking of you.” It’s just so much more romantic.
The VH1 original series Hindsight follows Becca (Laura Ramsey) who, after being plagued by doubt over mistakes she wishes she could go back and fix, takes a freakish elevator ride that gives her the opportunity to do just that, when she wakes up in 1995.
Whether it’s reconnecting with her former best friend Lolly (Sarah Goldberg), or sorting out her love life, which included a failed marriage to bad-boy artist Sean (Craig Horner), she has to re-evaluate everything she thinks she knows now and figure out just what the right choices are. LAURA RAMSEY: For me, number one was that the writing was really incredible. There are things that you read that just don’t really flow, and for me, this really flowed.
While at the VH1 portion of the TCA Winter Press Tour, co-stars Laura Ramsey, Sarah Goldberg and Craig Horner spoke to Collider for this exclusive interview about what drew them to Hindsight, what it’s like to live in the ‘90s while they’re shooting this show, how much fun it was to play with the hairstyles and make-up, what they miss about the ‘90s, second-guessing yourself and the decisions you make in life, and the roller coaster of surprises that the story took them on, by the end of the season. I also felt a connection to the character, right away.
Becca was somebody that I definitely have traits in common with.