I honestly felt like I had no idea what I was doing playing Cara. I was sure they would fire me after a month or two after starting season two. My confusion of not knowing how to play her started to come off and read as funny. And then Cara became funny but that was really Tabrett just trying to mask – what the hell do I do with this line?
This is an excerpt from a new interview with Tabrett by Ilana Rapp of NYCastings. They talked about Tabrett’s unbelievable popularity with Legend of the Seeker, how she became Cara and being in Dhoom: 3, Oren, and many other things. It’s a lengthy interview that will be sure to satisfy all you fans. Click here to read it!
A old video has surfaced of behind-the-scenes at the photoshoot for Fantasy Island 2004, a calendar for Loaded magazine. Tabrett is April and August. There is also a photo of the back of the calendar, which includes all the other girls as well. I was not able to find pictures of the inside of the calendar.
UPDATE 8/10/2014: The seller (Isellanything.2012 of eBay) has kindly taken pictures of Tabrett’s months in the calendar. They have been added to the gallery.
UPDATE 8/23/2014: The video has been taken off Vimeo, but uploaded on Youtube, along with another video containing more behind the scenes with Tabrett.
On March 25, 2014 (this post is a bit late…), Tabrett, Tahyna Tozzi-MacManus (director) and Kai Lillie (producer) guest-starred on an LA radio talk show called The Story with Andy Steinhauser. On the show they talked about their new project together, Oren, the origins of the movie, funding it, their fanbases and more. Tabrett talks about why she moved to LA, the popularity of Legend of the Seeker and Cara (around the middle of the show), dancing Bollywood-style in Dhoom:3 (which is the highest grossing Bollywood film of all time!), and speaking in an Australian accent on Mistresses. Continue reading to find out how to listen to this interview.
New find but old event:
Tabrett attended the Opening Night Gala of Black Bread (Pa negre), a Spanish film directed by Agustí Villaronga. This event on October 13, 2011, was hosted at Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood. Photos taken by WilkiIMAGE.
The photos have been added to the Other Public Appearances gallery.
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Remember Autograph Guy? His friend (I assume) was at Savage in Limbo with him, but we completely missed him. Tony wrote a wonderful two paragraphs (source):
I really liked the show Legend of the Seeker and wished it would have gotten more seasons. My favorite character was bad-ass-super-hot Cara, who was played by Tabrett Bethell. I had never met Tabrett before, so when I read online that she would be doing a three day play called Savage in Limbo I decided to go and try to meet her and hopefully get her autograph.
Lucky me, not only did I get to meet Tabrett but she was incredibly nice. She stopped and talked with me and my buddy, signed autographs, took pictures. I had eleven photos along (three 11×14 and eight 8x10s) and she signed them all for me, and I also got a picture with her. Always great to meet a celebrity you like for the first time and they turn out to be really nice in person.
Here’s the entire gallery again, with Tony’s pictures added.
On July 14, 2012, Unici Casa hosted Bastille Day. With some snooping, I managed to find gorgeous pictures of Tabrett working at this event (though not as many as I’d like)! Most are group pictures with the other RoK team members; I managed to pick out which is her and marked it with an arrow. If you’d like the unmarked photos, see the original source, Unici Casa. Another picture is from RoK’s twitter.
Feast your eyes. (Look at her shoulder tattoo!)
Tabrett is now modeling for RoK Events, L.A. Division. There are new pictures of her, posted here on RoK’s website. The images’ properties say the first four were taken on March 3, 2012, and the last one on September 9, 2011.
Now that she’s with a new agency, fingers crossed for new photos!
Remember when Bridget Regan said she saw Tabrett in L.A.? Well, as it turns out, Tabrett performed in a play called Savage in Limbo a few weeks after that. The play was written by John Patrick Shanley and directed by Tahnya Tozzi, who acted in the play herself. Other actors include Trilby Glover, David Coussins and Alexander DiPersia. The performances took place at The Other Space in West Hollywood on July 10, 11 and 13, 2012.
For more information about the play itself, go here.
The Autograph Guy met Tabrett at the play and took many photos. Of Tabrett, he said:
Tabrett, who played Cara on Legend, was in Hollywood a couple days ago performing in a play so I went to check it out and she was SUPER nice!
About 2 hours after I showed up she showed up and was really excited to sign when me and my friend asked her (we were the only 2 people waiting for her.)
I had a bunch of photos for her, 13 to be exact, and she signed all of them! Thank you Tabrett for being so cool.
He even found out that Tabrett now lives in LA, two blocks away from Bridget Regan (read his words).
Tozzi, the director, also had some great pictures on her twitter. Photos galore after the break!
According to the full wiki, Tabrett is still very popular as a model. She’s ranked #9 based on wiki page views.
If you are in the US, catch The Clinic this month!
Showtimes for June 2012 are (in EST):
Sunday, June 3, 4:20 PM
Tuesday, June 5, 4:00 AM
Friday, June 15, 12:10 PM
Thursday, June 28, 5:25 PM
For more detailed information, go to Showtime’s page.
Congratulations to The Clinic for being shown on television!