You'll Never Believe It: Sarah Ramos Wrote Her New Web Series When She Was 12
"I actually have barely any recollection of writing 'City Girl,'" Ramos told NPR in an interview, adding, "Although when I found it in my closet, it was... a 50-page script, and there were, like, red pen marks, like, halfway through where I was... revising."
But when she found the script at the age of 25, she decided it was worth sharing, despite the script's seemingly unrealistic and illogical premise. Ramos herself plays Casey Jones, a woman in her 20s who loves rap music, follows fashion trends of the mid-2000s, and has lunch at McDonald's with her doctor where a potential romance ensues.
"I don't think you can really be embarrassed by being so determined to tell a story and yet having a total lack of regard for logic," she told NPR. "That's just being a kid."
Now, with six episodes of the show online, Ramos has to decide whether or not she should add the rest of the script she wrote as a pre-teen to her mini-series.
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