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TVLINE | You do know the fans have a theory that he’s not really dead, right? TVLINE | If Daniel could come back and haunt one person in the Hamptons, who would it be?
"Van Camp portrays the revenge-seeking Emily Thorne on the ABC series, while Bowman is known as the wealthy, troubled Daniel Grayson.Bowman made his acting debut in 2007 playing Dimitri in the TV series Genie in the House.He then spent two years on the British series Holby City and went on to appear in the films 13Hrs, Prowl, Exteriors and Love’s Kitchen.In 2011, he joined the ABC Family show Make It or Break It, playing a gymnast named Max Spencer.EP Defends [Spoiler]’s Death, Previews Emily and Victoria’s New War “I’m actually in a couple of flashbacks in Episode 11,” Josh Bowman tells TVLine less than 24 hours after Daniel was gunned down protecting Emily.“One of those [flashback] scenes was the last thing I shot, and that was very strange to do.
I’ve been on this show for four years now, so it was a sad day, but one that I’m going to take with me always.” Below, Bowman tells TVLine why he supports Daniel’s death, what it was like reuniting with Henry Czerny and which Hamptonite his character would most likely haunt — you know, if this was a different show.
TVLINE | I know this was a decision you and [showrunner Sunil Nayar] came to together.
Why, in your mind, was this the right time for Daniel to die? I don’t usually watch the episodes, just because I don’t think many actors can look at themselves subjectively, but I had to watch it last night.
We’re on our fourth season, and this is a show where that can happen at anytime. Seriously, though, my character wasn’t someone you’d root for at the end of Season 3, but by Episode 6, people were hoping Daniel and Emily would rekindle their relationship. Whatever they were doing, it was a credit to the writers for making him redeemable before he died. I thought they did a very good job across the board. He’s not only an amazing person, but a wonderful actor. No wait, he’s in hell, and I’m not because I sacrificed myself.
I think it was a good decision for the story, and I think it’ll definitely serve its purpose to help the writers move forward. TVLINE | I’m also glad we got to see Conrad last night. He takes me out of the scenes when I’m in them because I just want to watch him. TVLINE | Now that the Book of Daniel has closed, what was your favorite part about him? Anytime Daniel was being nice and straightforward, you know, can be nice. TVLINE | So this must have been a bittersweet decision for you. helps the story to move forward and potentially reach its conclusion by the end of this season, but who knows? Seriously, though, it was a very fitting end to save Emily from a bullet after I shot her.
A death on this show can impact all the other characters; Daniel’s will definitely have a big impact on Victoria, Emily — and Margaux, of course, because of our little baby on the way. He’s phenomenal and I think the show misses him a lot. I’ve tried to pick up some of his quirks — Henry’s not Conrad’s — and lace them into my performance. Being an a—hole and doing these awful things was a lot of fun. They probably want to do another season, but I have no idea.