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Lost Girl Interviewby Pattye Grippo    

Lost Girl

This is an interview with Anna Silk and Ksenia Solo on January 25, 2012 about the television series Lost Girl.

Question:
Can you talk about is there a favorite moment or a favorite scene, or maybe just kind of your favorite part in general about working on the show?

Anna Silk:
I think the favorite part for me about working on the show is just the incredible cast and crew that I get to work with. So that's kind of a really general answer, but that's the truth. I mean we have such a dedicated group of people that love the show and love taking an active role in making it better all the time. So that's a really great thing to get to go to work every day. I've never woken up and thought, ???Oh, I don't want to go to work.??? I've woken up and thought I wanted to sleep another hour, but I've never woken up and thought I don't want to go. And that's just really so rewarding.

Ksenia Solo:
I think for me, a huge kind of fun aspect of it is that Anna and I get to kick some serious butt and that we have so much girl power on this show that makes me just proud as a woman can be a part of something like that. Because, you really don't see that on TV that often and in film, and really anywhere. So I think it's that it's definitely very exciting.

Question:
I know obviously a lot of stuff has happened that we haven't seen yet. But I was just curious, is there something that the both of you would like to see happen to your characters that haven't yet? Either maybe a story line or just something you'd like to know about them? Ksenia, do you want to go first?

Ksenia Solo:
I've got to say it's fun being the human, but it would definitely be cool to maybe have some kind of power? Some sort of say something. I'm a little jealous that everyone gets to you know wolf out and succubus, and do all this fun stuff sometimes. I don't know if that would ever happen, but it would definitely be something cool to see.

Anna Silk:
For Bo, I think that, I would love to see her start to have her power fully realized. I think she's always known that she plays a key role in the fae world and that she's got a lot of power, but particularly in the first season, she's really discovering what that is, and it's sort you know misplaced and misguided power. So we're going into Season 3 here in Canada, we'll start shooting in the spring, and I just think that over the course of the series, her power has become more and more fully realized, and I'd love to see it go even further in Season 3. I'd love to see her really, really understand just how powerful she is.

Question:
Could you talk a little bit about the relationship between your two characters?

Anna Silk:
The relationship is very new to American viewers obviously, but I mean even in the first two episodes that you guys have seen already, Bo has spent her life, on the run afraid of her power. And when she meets Kenzi, it's the first time she's sort of met someone who's you know human who has seen what she can do and who doesn't run away.

Kenzi kind of says, ???Okay. I can see what you can do. Fine. Whatever. Like tell me more about it.??? So there's a great scene I love in the first episode. It was our first day of shooting actually where we sit in a diner and she asks me questions about myself and I'm sort of, revealing a little bit of information, but not too much. And I think that really set the tone for where this relationship was going to go. I mean, it was like sort of an instant sisterhood.

And as the series progresses, I don't want to give away too much in terms of Season 1 or 2, but you know that sisterhood does grow stronger and there's definitely a family bond between them. And, they would do anything for each other, which is really nice. As Ksenia said on the previous call, it's nice to see two women on TV who really support each other and really, really love and care about each other. So there's lots of places that it does go, but it's very fun, particularly in the first season.

Ksenia Solo:
I feel like for myself, I can only dream and I feel like everyone in this world can only dream of having a relationship like this where they would literally die for each other without a second thought. They are there for each other no matter what evil is, right in front of them they would do, like Anna said, they really would do anything for each other. And it's such a beautiful, refreshing relationship.

It grows and Anna and I are very lucky that we really hit it off from the very first moment. It would really be hard to play this relationship on TV if we really didn't truly care about each other and get along as well as we do. So in terms of that, with someone that you have to spend so many hours a day with somebody, it's basically like Anna and I are in a marriage because we're just together all the time. All the time. So, we're lucky that, that shines through and that we have that chemistry in life and on screen. It really makes the Bo/Kenzi relationship shine that much brighter.

Question:
Ksenia, could you tell me a little about the audition process for your role and what that was like for you?

Ksenia Solo:
I was in Los Angeles and I had sent a few tapes over because I got a few different notes. They didn't really know which direction we were going to go. It was you know a little funnier, a little sexier, a little more serious, a little of this, a little of that. So, I went through I don't know how many looks in my audition tapes. I had blonde hair. I had black hair. I had red hair. I had you know just every possible look that you could think of. So it was your more or less average audition process until I was flown to Toronto when Anna and I had our screen test together. And the rest is history, as they say.

Question:
Are audiences going to see more of the back story of Bo and Kenzi sort of before they met up in that first episode? Are we ever going to be seeing like flashbacks to what were they doing when they were on their own?

Anna Silk:
As Bo and Kenzi get to know each other, a lot of that stuff comes out thorough just their dialog and through what they know about each other. There's definitely as the series progresses, particularly into Season 2, we definitely see a little bit more about each character's history. And there might be a little flashbackiness, but it definitely comes out more through you know events that happen on the show and the way that we behave because of our history.

We learn more about each other, which I think is really cool because there's a lot that they still don't know about each other. They've had a whole life before they met each other that each sort of slightly jaded and a little dangerous. And so, there's a lot of that comes out over the course of the series.

Question:
Does Kenzi sort of get to go off on her own adventures and maybe have her own sub-plots or even her own romantic you know relationship. Is there the promise of that in the future?

Ksenia Solo:
Does she ever. Yes. We delve into you know Kenzi and where she comes from and even some of her family members. And a love interest definitely comes along and sweeps her off her feet. And that's pretty much all I can say without giving too much away. But yes, definitely.

Question:
That's in Season 1 or Season 2?

Ksenia Solo:
We see a little bit of Kenzi's family and not too much in Season 1, but more in Season 2 we really begin to explore that.

Question:
Anna if I understand you're married, but I will put this question out to both of you. You know this is a very sexy series and you know Anna, you play this sex driven character. For both of you, has there been any kind of interesting interactions with, I don't know, members of the opposite sex, members of the same sex that kind of tried to apply that those characteristics onto you as actors?

Anna Silk:
I have been asked for a succubus kiss, and I usually say, ???You know you'll end up dead, right???? And they just don't seem to care. But I refrain from that for sure. But I think it's great. It's rare to see a succubus as a lead character on a show, so I think people really respond to that, both men and women, and I think it's great.

Question:
Ksenia, what about you?

Ksenia Solo:
Anna really takes the load of the sexuality on our show, so I've been a little luckier in that department. I haven't had to kiss as many people as she has. And I think it's definitely fun for all the guest stars who come in, because they know what they're getting into and it's always very interesting. So I am not so in the sexuality circle.

Question:
But you guys deal with some gay and bisexual relationships on the show without really making a point of labeling it gay or bisexual, or lesbian. Have you heard from the gay community, kind of regarding the show? And sort of what are they saying to you about the relationships on the show?

Anna Silk:
Oh, yes. I think that's one of the things that people have gravitated towards a lot. I know we discussed in the last call that I did the love triangle between Bo, Lauren, and Dyson. And you know like you said, we have a same-sex relationship on the show that it's not discussed as a same-sex relationship. It just is a relationship and I think that's one of the things I'm proud of about our show, and I think that's one of the things that people have gravitated towards the most. And I think that's great.

I've done a lot of interviews with some Web sites that deal with same-sex relationships and people love seeing that on TV, and I think that it's really, really great that it's done in such a real, honest, organic way. I mean the two women, Bo and Lauren, just love each other and care about each other. And it's not even a second thought about the fact that it's a same-sex relationship. And I know Zoie and I really worked hard to make it as truthful as possible, because that's what we wanted to portray and that's what I think people have really gravitated towards.

Ksenia Solo:
I think it's so great that there's no judgment on the show. You are who you are, whether you're gay or straight, or blue, or green, or whatever. it's all about the person that you are, and I think there's something really beautiful.

Question:
It's only been two weeks since the show premiered in the US, but how have things changed for both of you maybe professionally? Personally? Maybe even from a social media standpoint? Have you noticed any kind of effect since reaching out to this US audience?

Anna Silk:
I definitely have. I have a Twitter account and a Facebook page and all that stuff, and that's definitely gotten a lot more activity since we premiered in the US. And I know the whole cast and crew was excited to have the show introduced to a whole new audience, and a really big audience.

And that's why we are really pleased to be on Syfy, because we know that the audience tends to be really responsive, and they have been very responsive. They've really embraced the show so far. So I mean I know it's only been two episodes, but really I'm excited because I know what they have in store. So it's definitely a really nice feeling.

Ksenia Solo:
I think in a way it hasn't even sunk in yet because we literally just wrapped. We've been on set nonstop, so I think you know as soon as we now get a little chance to kind of breathe and take it all in, that's when we'll really see the effects of the Syfy premiere.

Question:
Because there are so many other shows that this could be coupled with, are there any other shows or genres or franchises that in your greatest imagination you would like to crossover with?

Anna Silk:
Oh, my gosh, I don't know. It's too hard. I mean I think it'd be really cool to see Lost Girl in the scale of Twilight in terms of it would be really cool to someday maybe do a feature, which I think would be a great way to sort of end our series whenever that day comes and just have it on a bigger scale. I think that would be pretty cool.

Ksenia Solo:
I totally agree with Anna. It'd be cool to see it on a bigger scale. In my perfect world, I would probably cross it with Homeland and Secret Diary of a Call Girl. So we'd have like fae CIA agents, but like no one would know about it. And you know fae terrorists and then you know I guess fae prostitutes who are just super cool.

Anna Silk:
Super cool fae prostitutes.

Ksenia Solo:
Who were super cool. Yes.

Question:
How do you feel about comparisons being made between Lost Girl and shows like True Blood and even Buffy?

Ksenia Solo:
I think it's a huge compliment. Those are really great shows. Buffy was around for such a long time and had such a cult following. So I think it's just a really great compliment that our fans, are as dedicated to us and that this cult following is growing. The more episodes we do, the more our characters grow and develop. Your fans are just growing along with us. So I only think it's a good thing when you get comparisons like that.

Anna Silk:
Yes, definitely. I mean I think Buffy's probably the biggest comparison we get, which is a huge compliment. And I think what's great is that, I think that Lost Girl has such a unique voice, and yet we're still getting comparisons that people are gravitating towards. So I think it's cool that there is this sort of similarity, but that we're unique enough that people are drawn to a whole new concept. So yes, it's definitely flattering.

Question:
I think that we're seeing such a resurgence of these good fantasies. How do you feel about that?

Anna Silk:
I think it's great. I mean, just having gone to Comic-Con and the Fan Expo events that we've gone to here in Canada to meet the Syfy fans. I know I've said this before, the capacity to imagine is so vast that I think that seeing these shows on TV now is just great. I mean, there's so much creative stuff on TV, and particularly in the sci-fi and supernatural world. So I think it's really fantastic that we're kind of fitting in with that whole group in a unique way.

Question:
In these first two episodes, the relationships are already beginning to form. And one of the more interesting relationships in the series is kind of the relationship that Bo and even Kenzi has with Rick Howland's character, Trick. And I'm just wondering if you could maybe like talk a little bit about that and how we think that's going to evolve over the seasons?

Anna Silk:
Bo meets Trick pretty early on in the show. I can't remember if it's exactly the same time as Kenzi or not, but you know Trick certainly plays a key role in our show. Played by Rick Howland. He's fantastic. And over the course of the first two seasons, and I know going into the third, he's definitely a key player in the fae world and in Bo and Kenzi's world.

I think that Trick and Bo have a special bond, and I think it's pretty evident. And, I think we see it in Episode 2 actually, which just aired in the US. So I really can't give away anything about it. But it's definitely a unique bond that continues to grow for Bo and Trick. And I'll let Ksenia speak to her relationship with him.

Ksenia Solo:
I think for Kenzi as well he really is a father figure. I feel like as much he is to Bo he is to Kenzi. He is wise beyond his years and kinder I think than anybody that Bo or Kenzi you know have ever met. They come from such different lives, but their lives were both dangerous and scary, and they're kind of these women, who are alone in the world. And Trick is really that father figure that neither of them has ever had. Rick Howland is just such a phenomenal actor, and you know we're lucky to have him play Trick, because I really can't imagine anybody else in the world playing that role.

Anna Silk:
I know. And he's such a protector and such a care giver to both of us, on set too. He's just a really nice person.

Question:
Looking back now on the first season, what would you say is the most memorable moment from that season for you?

Anna Silk:
I know I mentioned a scene already in the first episode where we sit in that diner and Kenzi asks all the questions about herself. Because that was our first day of shooting, you know it was our first time really getting these characters on their feet. And that first day is always a bit nerve-racking and you're trying to figure out exactly what you're doing. And to play those scenes with Ksenia, everything just sort of felt really natural.

It felt like we as actors got to get to know each other behind the scenes, but also within the scenes, and that I think that's evident in that scene. And there's other scenes that develop throughout the first season where they really get to know each other and they learned to live with each other and it's a really special bond.

Question:
Ksenia, you get to say the most awesome lines, like ???Dude, your junk could totally cure cancer.??? What I want to know is how much of your own personality do you bring into the role of Kenzi? And do you have any input in some of the great comedic lines that you get to say?

Ksenia Solo:
Yes. We have this amazing woman, her name is Michelle Lovretta, who created these characters. Just the role you know is the first thing that really attracted me to this project. And our writers are really fantastic. We collaborate and we talk about everything, and we really have a say in our characters and who we are and what happens. I'm not a brilliant writer. I wish I was. So I can't take credit for these incredibly funny lines. But you know of course, I am involved and the writers listen, and I think that's incredibly important.

I have a lot of fun. Kenzi's definitely - I look up to her. I respect her. I learn from her all the time because she's braver than anybody I've ever played. Her sense of humor is out of this world. And I wish I was as cool as her sometimes. But I definitely have a ball with her because I get to come in to work and I really get to play. And it's really not that often that you get to do that. You get to just kind of go as outside-the-box as you want. And with her I can really do that, so it's a joy for me.

Question:
Anna, you often play straight man to Kenzi's sort of wacky nature. Is there a chance in the future we're going to see a little bit of that moving into your character?

Anna Silk:
Yes. Definitely. I mean you know particularly towards the end of first season and going into second season. Bo is pretty new to this world. the fact that at the beginning of the series she finds out she's not human. She's a succubus. She's part of a fae underworld. That's a lot to take in.

She's pretty young in terms of her life experience, particularly in this world. She's never really had a relationship before. There's a lot of growth for Bo, and that's one of the things that drew me to the role is that I knew that over the course of the series there would be so much room for growth, and that's definitely something you see.

You definitely start to see Bo's own sense of humor develop. More so in second season, but definitely over the course of the first as well because she's getting a little bit more comfortable in that world and starting to understand her place in it. So you definitely see her start to enjoy herself a little bit more as well.

Ksenia Solo:
For all the people that don't have the pleasure of knowing Anna Silk, I can say that she's actually one of the funniest people I have ever met.

Anna Silk:
Thank you Ksenia.

Question:
Was there a point where you folks just kind of had to pinch yourself to realize that not only did you have such a great chemistry, but also had something that was really a popular hit?

Anna Silk:
Yes, definitely. I mean we knew the show was special and unique, but you never know how it's going to resonate with an audience. And when it started to air and we started to you know be seen globally really, because of the Internet and that kind of thing, the response was huge. And there's definitely pinch yourself moments. I live in Los Angeles when I'm not in Toronto shooting, and I was in a cafe, there were celebrities there. And someone recognized me from Lost Girl. So I thought, ???Wow.??? Like that's pretty amazing you know. People are watching the show and that was really, really cool for me.

Ksenia Solo:
I think we're only now starting to enjoy it in a way, because we really have been working for so long, you know. And we've been working hard. We just wrapped and we've been working non-stop for the last nine months. So I think only now, when we get this chance to just like relax and breathe are we really seeing the effects of you know Lost Girl. And feeling all the fan love. And now we can finally just pay a little more attention to it because we're not you know on set working crazy hours every day.

Question:
What has been the biggest surprise? The thing you just weren't expecting that's struck each of you as you've been working on this show for the last couple of years?

Ksenia Solo:
I would have to say the fan response. I think when we shot the pilot we knew we had something special on our hands. But you never know. You really never know. So, I think our fans are really the best. They're so dedicated to the characters and committed to watching the show every week and following, Kenzi and Bo and everybody, and how we grow and the story lines. And it's just we're really lucky to have the fans that we have. They really love us and you know we love them in return, and it's really great.

Anna Silk:
I think that the fan response would be what I would say too. And the more specific fan response, they love the world that's been created on Lost Girl, and the fae mythology and all of the richness of that world. But they really respond to the relationships on the show. So when fans you know write to me or you know ask me things on Twitter or Facebook, or at fan events, they always have really specific things that they've geared towards and they've gravitated towards. They love the Bo/Kenzi relationship. They love the love triangle.

You know in particular, the Lauren/Bo relationship, and they really have embraced the show and have one specific thing that they love more than anything else, and I think that's really, really cool. We have people lining up for Trick. We have people lining up for K.C. who plays Hale, and everyone's got their sort of favorites. And that's really, really nice for us.

Question:
I noticed from the very first episode, all the characters are very stylishly dressed. I was wondering if you have anything you'd like to talk about Kenzi's clothing items?

Ksenia Solo:
Anne Dixon is an amazingly talented woman. What's so cool about our show is that all of the characters really have specially created pieces, which you don't really see that a lot in television. And, the wardrobe on the show is kind of its own character, and especially for Kenzi.

This girl that's a huge fashionista, but has grown up on the street, and she's a thief. And most of the stuff that she has she's stolen and she kind of makes everything her own. She can't afford what she would dream of wearing, so she picks up everything she can and creates things. And she's really you know a young designer in her own rite. Anne has definitely made this show look different than any other show, and I think that really speaks for itself.

Anna Silk:
I think with Bo and Kenzi they don't exactly have a lot of money, and where they live is not exactly the biggest palace in the world. But it's sort of that thing of you don't need money to have style you know. Their style evolves, particularly for Bo because she sort of came from one place and sort of finds her way. And, Anne Dixon has been incredible with the costuming and making things. You know for Bo, she's a sexual creature. There's some curve enhancing wardrobe, and things that she can move in and fight in, and Anne's been really incredible with that.

Question:
Bo and Kenzi are both outsiders for radically different reasons, but definitely outsiders. I was wondering if you could speak to the how's and why's of that relationship working the way it does?

Anna Silk:
Well, I think when Kenzi sees what Bo can do and doesn't run the other way, that's the first thing that sort of makes Bo say, ???Why aren't you running???? ???Why are you still here and why are you asking me so many questions???? So that right away sort of is this instant connection, and it does grow into a sisterly relationship. And you're right; a motherly relationship as well. I mean, they really, really, really love each other. I don't think either of them had the kind of family that they could express that in necessarily, so it's really nice to see these two women on TV that are able to do that.

I think Kenzi gets introduced to this whole fae world as well kind of at the same time that Bo does, because Bo didn't realize she was a part of it. So they get to really learn together and grow together as a couple.

Ksenia Solo:
I think life is really all about timing, and I really think that Bo and Kenzi find each other at a time where they - when they need to. And that friendship stems from this crazy set of circumstances when they meet. Bo saves Kenzi's life and Kenzi is forever indebted to Bo. And, I feel like they're both kind of these two warriors that come from two different worlds, that they come together and become this powerhouse. And you know like Kenzi says in the first episode, you know ???Batman needs his Robin,??? you know.

Anna Silk:
They really complement each other too. Like in terms of what their abilities. Kenzi's definitely more street-wise than Bo. Bo's had to be her own brand of street-wise, but Kenzi sort of has a lot more of the know how; whereas, Bo has a lot more of the muscle, so they really do complement each other.

Ksenia Solo:
Anna's so right. Like they learn from each other. And areas where Kenzi, doesn't know things, Bo comes in and there's help. In areas where Bo doesn't know things, Kenzi comes in. And so they're always complementing each other and they're like two puzzle pieces that just fit perfectly together.

Question:
Are we going to see more of Kenzi kind of going into the action I guess? Because so far, it's kind of been that Bo's sort of said, ???You stay here,??? or whatever, because she is human. Are we going to see more of her kind of getting into danger and jumping in?

Ksenia Solo:
Yes. And you know when you tell Kenzi to stay and not come into the danger, she won't listen. So Bo can tell her all she wants to stay back, obviously Bo's just trying to protect her, but Kenzi will never listen and will always do everything in her power to fight by Bo's side and face whatever evil comes their way.

And even though Kenzi is petrified, the beauty about her is that she's so brave that she will you know completely ignore her fear and just go full ahead and fight for Bo and with Bo. And so yes, Kenzi will definitely be a part of the action and will be getting into her own trouble very soon.

Question:
Is there any guest star that you'd like to have on the show that you haven't?

Anna Silk:
I can't really think of any specific. But what I can say about our guest stars, which is so nice, is that they're always so excited to come on our show because they always get to play some really interesting, wacky character you know. Or you play some sort of fae creature. I don't know. We've got some pretty great guest stars that really come onto the show. Particularly in Season 2 we get a lot of people that I don't want to give away but I'm sure people have read about already. But I don't know. I can't think of anyone specific.

Ksenia Solo:
I agree with Anna that definitely Season 2 stands out in my mind. We've had incredibly talented actors. And two people that really stand out in my mind are Aaron Ashmore and Kate Trotter. And Aaron played Kenzi's love interest Nate, and Kate Trotter played the Norn, and they are just powerhouse actors and it would be a joy for me, and I'm sure for the rest of the cast to get to work with them. And one of my favorite characters on the show is Vex who's played by Paul Amos, and we're very lucky. we've been able to have to see him quite a bit, so I hope that we definitely continue in the Vex direction.

Anna Silk:
Yes. And Vex is a character that everyone will get to meet in Season 1, so that's pretty cool.

Question:
How would you say that you're the most similar to your respective characters?

Anna Silk:
I definitely was drawn to Bo because I think that Bo's greatest strength and power really comes from her vulnerability, and that's what I identify with. That feeling of like having to stand up and fight or fight for what you believe in, or do things that might scare you. Even though you're scared, you do them, and that's something that I identified with. Because I'm, scared a lot of the time, but I move forward and that's something that I saw in Bo and I definitely learned from Bo because she really does have to sort of push forward and fight for what she believes in.

Ksenia Solo:
Well, you're both really sexy, so there is that.

Anna Silk:
Oh, well. Oh, yes. There's that as well.

Ksenia Solo:
I would say Kenzi and I are complete opposites, but as the universal law opposites attract, so I think that's why it works so well. And like Anna learns from Bo, I learn from Kenzi all the time. Her bravery. Her strength. I look up to that and I always wish that I could be as brave as her. I think one thing that Kenzi and I definitely both agree on is fashion. I'm a huge, huge, huge fashionista and love fashion and so does Kenzi, so that's definitely where we bond.

Question:
What do you think there is about Lost Girl that makes it stand out from the competition, because there's just so much today?

Ksenia Solo:
I think Lost Girl is really a cocktail of many genres. I think that's what makes it so cool. Because on TV you have like the cop shows, and then you have the doctor shows, and then you know whatever else. Usually it's just one genre. I think that the cool thing about us is that we kind of have all the best elements of TV in one. We have cops. We have doctors. We have drama. We have comedy. We have complicated relationships. We have sexuality.

Anna Silk:
We have action.

Ksenia Solo:
And action. That's right. Yes. So it kind of satisfies all your senses at once, and I think that's what really makes it stand out from the rest.

Anna Silk:
It totally does. And I don't think I've ever seen a fae world or fairy world explored in this way on TV. All of our mythology is based in real mythology and real folk lore, and it's an endless world. So when we get new scripts every episode, we're learning something new and we're just amazed at the new kind of fae we're going to meet or how it's going to you know effect our world. And I think that for an audience to see that on TV is definitely something that really people gravitate towards and it's definitely unique.

Question:
What's something that your fans would be surprised to find out?

Anna Silk:
I'm a huge cat lover. I'm kind of a cat geek. I love cats and I talk about them a lot. So sometimes in an embarrassingly amount. I have three of them and you know I talk about them like they're people. So that's an embarrassing thing to reveal, but that is definitely something I do. Sorry.

Ksenia Solo:
I come from a dance background. I love, love, love dancing. I've been doing it since I was a little girl. And I love to play the drums. And I think that's as cool as I get. And maybe people don't expect this either, but I love to eat. Food is amazing, and all my teeth are sweet teeth, so I could just eat cake all day.

Question:
Do you have any funny stories from the set you could tell? Either pranks or bloopers, or just you know something funny that happened?

Anna Silk:
If Ksenia and I get the giggles, we're really in trouble, because it's really hard to stop. It's usually as a result of something going on around us on set that just strikes us as particularly funny. On our last night of filming a particular episode where I had one line that for some reason made us laugh and it was really hard to get out. And everyone was actually getting pretty annoyed with us because we were really running late. But we could not stop laughing. I mean, we just could not stop laughing.

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