She followed me to New York for my work and set a goal for herself.
But all I could think is: 'Wait, what is my problem?
After nine years, the series finale of "How I Met Your Mother" will air tomorrow night. She has had, Mason said, something most actors never have: a regular job. "I've landed in this place of just sublime gratitude, truly.
What were your apprehensions about taking the role? I’ve been doing comedy for so long that the musical aspect — singing, dancing and performing all at once — and doing so eight times a week, became pretty daunting.
Fortunately, I was connected with vocal coach Liz Caplan and other trainers to help me get in shape quickly. It’s something she’s been working to book for a long time.
"And now I'm just walking out there into the unknown. The same week "Mother" ends, the "Captain America" sequel, "The Winter Soldier," opens. "I think to be a good model, you have to enjoy having your picture taken and I never really did." But the job took her around the world. And then I realized how much I didn't like it." "It sounds like modeling gave you something, though," Mason said. " "I don't find myself a very confident person, about my looks or my body," Smulders said.