Welcome to Drew Roy Network, your only approved fan source on the internet for the latest on actor Alabama native, Drew Roy. Drew is best known from his roles on hit shows such as 'iCarly', 'Hannah Montana' and most notably as Hal Mason on TNT's original series 'Falling Skies'. You can see Drew next in the upcoming indie film 'Sugar Mountain'.

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Hydrogen Magazine: Drew Roy is Falling Up!

Jul 25, 2012

Check out a preview of Drew’s interview with Hydrogen Magazine below for their July/August 2012 issue and be sure to head on over to Hydrogen-Mag.com to read the interview in full.

And while you’re at it don’t miss the high resolution scans that are now up in the gallery!

HYDROGEN MAGAZINE: When did the acting bug get you?
DREW ROY: I was about to graduate high school and figured I’d go to Atlanta to get modeling gigs and I ran into a manager who had this brilliant idea that I could take over Hollywood [laughs]. It sort of fell into my lap. It wasn’t till I got out here that I realized I was in way over my head. I got into acting classes and that was when I realized how much I loved it.

HM: First impressions of Hollywood
DR: That it was a lot browner than I thought! I always thought it was this tropical place. I came out here with 5 best friends all we all lived in 1 bedroom apartments. It was a first real taste of freedom, living on our own and not having school or any obligations really.

HM: How did your family feel about the road you were about to embark on?
DR: They were terrified. But now things are going well they are glad but there’s always a little nervousness because nothing is guaranteed. Its funny because my dad’s a dentist and when I was on Hannah Montana, girls would run up and go, “that’s Drew Roy’s dad!”

HM: Let’s talk Falling Skies. How did the role of Hal Mason come to you?
DR: The old fashioned way. I auditioned over a month and a half. I remember doing the studio test, and driving on to universal lot. These giant wooden doors opened up and it was like being in Jurassic Park. I tested with Noah Wiley and usually there’s a 12 day window or something for the studio to call you back and they used every last one of them! I had gone out to dinner with my mom and it was one of those crescent moons. I got the job the next day.

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Falling Skies: 2×08 ‘Death March’ Official Episode Synopsis & Video Preview

Jul 24, 2012

Check out the official episode description and video preview for the eighth episode of ‘Falling Skies’ season 2 titled ‘Death March’, which airs in two weeks on August 5th at 9|8c only on TNT!

“Death March” – Sunday, August 5, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT)
The 2nd Mass pushes on to Charleston, but some are still grieving the group’s recent losses. Weaver learns more about Tector’s background before the invasion. And Matt begins to bond with a harnessed girl who was found recently.

Drew Talks Acting, iCarly, Hobbies and Falling Skies with Pixie Magazine

Jul 20, 2012

Make sure you check Drew’s interview in full over at PixieMagazine.com

So tell us how you got into acting?
A lot of naivety is what it is. I came from Alabama and I’m always the guy who was on sports teams and doing that kind of stuff. I never set foot on a stage or have been in front of the camera and I was in Atlanta goofing around trying to see what the whole modeling world would be like before I went to college so I could make a little extra money. While I was over there I met this manager who had a couple clients of names I recognized and somehow he got me to come out there. It was actually very simple. I was kind of shocked at how I fell into it so easily. The real kicker was I have these 5 best friends who were in a band and they were looking for something to do with their music so when I presented the idea that I could move to LA and they could come and they were like, “let’s do it.” So that’s how it began, with absolutely no experience and I quickly learned that I was in way over my head and had to buckle down and figure things out.

You did a bunch of ABC Family and Disney Shows, which one was your favorite?
They’re all different. But there was something very special about the iCARLY. That was the first major guest star spot I had ever done. It had such a funny twist with the character being so smooth and then turning into this absolute dork. But then the Hannah Montana there was something cool about that too because even though I didn’t follow the show I knew more about it. That was the first time I was working with Miley and working with an actor that well known. So, that was special. The GREEK and LINCOLN HEIGHTS shows, the kids were my age so there was something very fun about the people your age and having fun and realizing this is a pretty amazing job that we get to do.

Which one do you think you learned the most from?
I probably learned the most from iCARLY, because I was just thrown right into the frying pan. I remember showing up on set and I had to have the whole memorized because I don’t read well out loud, so I had to have it memorized while we were rehearsing it because that’s the way that those 30 minute sitcoms are done, you rehearse the show all day long. It really made me have to buckle down and cram a lot of stuff in one day which I thought really aided in creating a good work ethic.

How has Hal changed from season 1 to season 2?
The character has become more level-headed. He can’t rely on his dad anymore to make him not do something. This year he has to take full responsibility for his actions and he’s definitely more mature. As a young guy, even though it’s the alien apocalypse, he still has those hormones pumping through his body and he’s sort of becoming friendly with the Maggie character and they find themselves out on these missions together and having to camp out for days at a time as they do these scouting units. He finds a deep friendship with Maggie and as the season progresses they start realizing maybe this is more than a friendship as they are looking death in the eye, it sort of makes them realize there could be something more here. But at the same time they have to be careful of walking down that road. Is it just a lustful passion, will this make them become distracted and actually lead to their own or other people deaths or could this be a very beneficial thing that brings them closer together and makes them a more useful unit. Watching a guy go after a girl and not being able to get her is always fun.

Falling Skies: 2×07 ‘Molon Labe’ Official Episode Synopsis & Video Preview

Jul 18, 2012

Check out the official episode description and video preview for seventh episode of ‘Falling Skies’ season 2 titled ‘Molon Labe’, which airs on July 22nd at 9|8c only on TNT!

“Molon Labe” – Sunday, July 22, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT)
Ben is placed in harm’s way by someone who he thought he could trust. Tom captures another hostage. Weaver offers Matt a job to lift his spirits and make him feel useful. And when members of the 2nd Mass are trapped in the basement of a building, the situation takes a turn for the worst when they find themselves faced with a new enemy.

Drew Discusses ‘Falling Skies’ Romance & Changing Family Dynamics with BuzzFocus

Jul 17, 2012

In this interview, Falling Skies star Drew Roy, who stars as Hal Mason, chats with us on his expanded role in Season 2. He offers insight into his on-screen love triangle as well as what viewers can expect with regard to the aliens in the second half of this season.

A Few Minutes With ‘Falling Skies’ Drew Roy & Sarah Carter

Jul 14, 2012

Click the photo below to watch the video of Drew and his Falling Skies co-star Sarah Carter being interviewed during the San Diego Comic-Con yesterday.

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