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"I have nothing — nothing worth showing here, anyway, for sure.""Can I see it anyway? Like, ' Ohh.' Like you would be like this: I'd be like, ' Oh, here! "I'll open the window and I'll hold something out and I'll look away, and you (look) from here, and then I'll give it like, 'one-one-hundred, two,' like, four beats.""OK," I said, which is how he came to be shouting down at me from a second-story window covered in vines, holding out his paintings and counting to four or five before he pulled them back inside.
' and you'd go like, ' Oh, that's great.' On the internet, it's this safe space where I can put it up and people can click on it or not. What if I looked at it and you weren't in the room? And then when he came back down the steps, he was holding two paintings, which he placed on the table between us.
Finding talent for Gubler's episodes, he said, is "arduous." "He doesn't like to accept anything less than perfect," David said of Gubler's casting choices.
"His process is very, very deliberate, very calculated."Erica Messer, Criminal Minds' showrunner, co-wrote the first episode that Gubler directed, Season 5's "Mosley Lane," in which the Behavioral Analysis Unit tracks down a couple that serially abducts children."You didn't want people that looked like they 'should be' on TV in the episode," she said.
He graduated from the New York Tisch School of Arts and also attended the University of California. He is best known for his role in the CBS TV show Criminal Minds.
He is also quite famous for his appearances in films like 500 Days of Summer, Life After Beth etc.
"I'll never touch a computer, I'll never drive a car, I'll never hold a laptop, I'll never hold an i Pad. Reid takes after his portrayer: Gubler called himself "technologically kind of phobic," but instantly acknowledged irony of saying that when he has an active and somewhat bizarre web presence; he also acknowledged the oxymoron of using the internet to affect old-timey-ness, which he does frequently (he handwrites notes and posts them on social media sites, for one).
A bit out of step himself, Gubler is clearly drawn to a more grandiose aesthetic: He said he never imagined himself acting in a dark crime show, but might have guessed "fanciful horror movies" — he's more attracted to "lighter-hearted things," which jibes with his first role as "Intern #1 (Nico)" in the ever-playful Wes Anderson's The Life Aquatic in 2004.
He has a healthy weight of 82 kg which suits his tall height.
His cute looks and hot body are admired by his female fans.
(In what seemed like dissociation from the "horrifying crime show," he did not refer to Criminal Minds by name for the first 49 minutes of the interview, calling it, rather, "the show I'm on.") Of the six episodes he's directed, five of them bear his distinct stamp — whimsically shot dream sequences, 1920s lamps, elaborate wallpaper, a sense of the vaudevillian; Messer referred to one as "a signature Gubler episode." The incongruous sixth is Paget Brewster's final episode, "Lauren," which has a more sober, less theatrical mise-en-scène, perhaps the perfectionist's concession to the gravity of a friend's departure.
I asked him about making art in his downtime on the set he's worked on for nine seasons: "It seems like both filming in general and being on the same show for so long could potentially be —""Maddening?
As a painter, he has posted the snaps of his painting online on his official website Matthew seems to be single now and it is believed that Matthew is not engaged or married yet.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating