Calendar Girl - Letters from Tuesday!

Since her very first role as Tuesday in the Pilot, Kate Luyben has bagged numerous roles in film and television, often appearing alongside some of Hollywood's biggest stars. Her credits include "Two and a Half Men", "Dead in the Water", "Criminal Minds", "Arrested Development", "The 40 Year Old Virgin", "Bad News Bears", "Dark Angel", "Shanghai Noon" and "Dead Man's Gun" and of course her returning role in Millennium as Eva O'Malley/Marta Danbury in ...Thirteen Years Later, to name but a few. Kate took time from her busy schedule to write to me and kindly agreed to let me share her correspondence with you all. No better time than Tuesday to hear from Tuesday methinks.

Mark x

Click on Kate's images and words to open them in a new window at a larger resolution!

Kate will be viewing this Blog in the next few days so, as always, if you have any words or comments you would like to share with her please do. The more the merrier!

12 Responses to "Calendar Girl - Letters from Tuesday!"

Jósef Karl said... September 8, 2009 at 12:51 AM

Now, this was a surprise. I wasn't expecting this.

Nice blog, always fun to hear from more actors and hear some more golden nuggets about behind the scenes of Millennium.

Cheers from Iceland!
- Jósef

Graham Smith said... September 8, 2009 at 3:19 AM

So lovely to hear from you Kate, thank you so much for your iconic role in the Millennium opening episode, it really helped set the tone for the series.

Thanks for sharing your thoughts with us on what it was like to work on the show and its with its crew.

Wishing you the best of luck with your future roles!

Keiron said... September 8, 2009 at 5:06 AM

I've always thought what a beautiful young lady she is and after reading her thoughts I can see she is a kind, charming and very self effacing lady. Sounds like Ten Thirteen was very much a family to her.

Thank you Kate, for such a wonderful contribution to the show.

FoxyWonder said... September 8, 2009 at 8:20 AM

★★Aww she's so cool, like her a lot. What lovely things she had to say and how lucky is she to have been a part of it all. A girl can dream.★★

AgentOrange said... September 8, 2009 at 10:10 AM

Sweet and very beautiful. What more can you ask for. Good luck for the future Kate, we are all behind you!

Anonymous said... September 8, 2009 at 10:15 AM

I loved both of your parts in Millennium, Kate. I have to watch Harsh Realm again to see which part you played there. It has been such a long time since I saw the show. Thanks for sharing your thoughts with us. Would be great to see you again, maybe in a Millennium Movie, maybe this time without any blood and boxes. :)

Greetings from Germany

David said... September 8, 2009 at 12:17 PM

Very exciting that you were able to correspond with Kate Luyben. Thank you so much, Kate, for doing this!

Anonymous said... September 8, 2009 at 2:03 PM

As Jósef said, this was an unexpected and very pleasant surprise!
Dear Kate, all of your 1013 characters are memorable for one reason or other, but your Harsh Realm appearance in the "Leviathan" episode was especially touching. Thank you for lighting up the screen!
And I really hope Chris and Frank Spotnitz include you in future projects!

RSWehman said... September 8, 2009 at 4:05 PM

This is an unexpected pleasure.

Thank you Kate for taking the time from your busy schedule to contact Mark and for allowing him to share your correspondence with us. It was very thoughtful of you to do so and I really enjoyed it. The way Mark set up the blog grabbed my attention. It is nice to see what Kate actually looks like outside of a box and wearing clothes. She is very beautiful and talented. I liked her in Dark Angel and in Harsh Realm.

Thank you so much for sharing.

This Is Who We Are!!
Rhonda Wehman

Anonymous said... September 8, 2009 at 6:13 PM

Kate is such an unsung hero. A constant presence in Ten Thirteen's illustrious canon and one who seems so enamoured of her own success. Tuesday will always be Kate's day form now on. A very memorable lady who seems to think she shouldn't be.

What a touching letter.


Anonymous said... September 8, 2009 at 6:47 PM

"A very memorable lady who seems to think she shouldn't be."

very well put!

James McLean said... September 12, 2009 at 6:18 PM

Thanks for your time Kate - a lovely little interview to brighten up the week!

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