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Interview with ‘Supernatural’ season 9 finale guest actress Kylee Bush

Actress Kylee Bush
Karolina Turek

Supernatural’ fans will remember Kylee Bush as the waitress who served the only cheeseburger Dean Winchester never ate. Up and coming young actress Kylee Bush stood out in the season nine finale ‘Do You Believe in Miracles,’ we audiences will no doubt be seeing a lot of her soon. She recently wrapped up a short film titled ‘Suite Harmony,’ is in an upcoming feature film 'Suspension,' and plays the alluring Poison Ivy in the online series ‘Nightwing.’

Q. How did the cast and crew of ‘Supernatural’ welcome you to the set?

A. The cast and crew were all very wonderful; super friendly and made us feel right at home.

Q. Being that it was the season finale, how was the mood on the set?

A. There was a very positive energy on set that was impossible not to pick up. Everyone was very focused and hard at work to finish off the season. It was a very motivating atmosphere.

Q. What can you tell your fans about some of the projects that you have in the works?

A. I just wrapped a short film titled 'Suite Harmony' that will be coming out very soon, as well as the feature film titled 'Suspension' that is set for release in early 2015. I worked on a short series based on ‘Nightwing’ as the alluring Poison Ivy, and we have just released all four episodes online. I have a few other projects in the works that I can't wait to share with everyone!

Q. What was it like growing up in such a gorgeous place as the Kootenay’s, British Columbia?

A. Growing up in the Kootenay's was surreal. It's such a beautiful area. I grew up between two small towns and spent the majority of my childhood outside. It's so interesting to go back and have the experience of living in a city to compare it to. You really don't know how much noise you encounter on a daily basis until you spend some time in a small town. It's strange to go back and try to sleep without the lull of traffic at night.

Q. What inspired you to switch from modeling to acting?

A. Modelling was something that I more or less happened in to while I was going to college in the Okanagan. A friend of mine was in need of a model for an editorial shoot one weekend and I volunteered to help out. This allowed me to meet other people in the industry, and it basically grew from there. Acting has always been an aspiration of mine from a very young age, so it quickly became my focus once I was in the right area.

Q. I'm going to end with what's become my signature question. If you were a baseball player, what would your walk up song be?

A. That's a great question! Right now I would have to say it would be ‘I Can't Stop’ by Flux Pavilion, it is impossible not to get pumped up while listening to that song!

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