She is currently single and searching the man who can be her husband and father to her child.
Riesgraf appeared with then-fiancé Jason Lee as the character Natalie Duckworth on the show My Name Is Earl in 20, and in Alvin and The Chipmunks as a mother in the supermarket in 2007.
But, it’s fun because it adds a new element to Hardison and Parker (Beth Riesgraf), as far as them being teammates, and then also as lovers. Were you able to develop any fun pet names for each other, over the season? Unfortunately, I missed the call, but she was like, “Hey, what do we call each other on set?
They have to associate with each other a little bit differently. I’m trying to figure it out.” But, I think she’ll surprise us with what she came up with.
As far as playing different characters within the character, I think that’s fun.
Very rarely, on TV, do you get to do that on such a regular basis. Granted, the role changed a bit, in the middle of shooting, as most roles do, but it was still the story behind it and the grittiness of it.
From 2008 to 2012, she played the main role of Parker in the TNT series Leverage.With the relationship between Parker (Beth Riesgraf) and Hardison heating up, and a secret shared between Hardison and Nate (Timothy Hutton) that the rest of the team isn’t privy to, it will continue to be a season of new adventures and uncharted territory.During this recent exclusive phone interview with Collider, Aldis Hodge talked about the changes in Season 5, finally getting the pay-off for the Hardison-Parker relationship, how the secret shared between Hardison and Nate won’t be revealed until the end of the season, his favorite episode, getting to play so many different characters within his character, how he would still like to explore more about Hardison’s background and family, and who’s the goofiest and who’s the most serious on set.When I actually found out what the deal was, in that last episode, I said, “Oh, wow! HODGE: It would probably have to be “The Rundown Job,” which we shot as Episode 12 and will probably air as Episode 12.It’s just Hardison, Parker and Eliot (Christian Kane), doing their own thing for an episode.A new setting is amazing ‘cause it’s new for the team and it’s new for our characters. You get so tired, locked into a show for so many years. Every time I step out onto the street, somebody would ask me, “So, what’s happening with y’all?