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!
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.
Cinema Blend just popped up with a new review of a Legend of the Seeker Season 2 review. Its a positive review of the show in general, but the reviewer correctly identifies the strength of Season 2 as being due to Tabrett. Continue reading
Once again, Tabrett tops the list, this time for Hot Girls In Science Fiction Shows. It’s from a rather obscure site with really bad grammar, but certainly tells us how many people out there love our Tabrett.
1 Tabrett Bethell
If you seen Legend of the Seeker, one could no doubt have noticed Tabrett Bethell represented Cara, a murder-Sith. Away from the screen, born Aussie Tabrett worked as a model with cheerleader who in turn contributes into its overall appeal of the scorching gal on the street. Tabrett has the actual look harmless, while the display it as a tremendous model. Tabrett comes off the screen as a right into the earth & sensual Run, the girl’s face as one of the most impressive women’s characteristics.
Other than horrible grammar, one thing to note: They spelled “Mord-Sith” as “murder-Sith.” It’s probably accidental, but it’s amusing.
The short article that Herald Sun (an Australian newspaper) wrote about Tabrett Bethell surfaced after I found the picture of Tabrett that it featured. It was published July 27, 2010. Back then we only had the picture and half the first paragraph. Now we have the full article (thanks to Necros). It is short, but any word from Tabrett is a treasure…
There are a few reviews that have popped up, regarding the recent release of Seeker Season 2 on DVD. I have collected them here. Continue reading to see what critics have to say about Tabrett’s performance of Cara.
TheHDRoom is giving away free copies of Seeker Season 2. No purchase necessary, just give them your info. Click here to enter. This contest is open to all residents of the United States and Canada, and will close on October 27, 2010 at 9:59 pm EST.
And do us a favor: if you enter a comment on their site, mention that you heard about it from Captivated By Tabrett .com . Good luck!