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Polished Edge: Joseph Julian Soria of ‘Army Wives’ on Lifetime

Polished Edge: Joseph Julian Soria  of ‘Army Wives’ on Lifetime

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May 1, 2013
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Q: How do you describe your character, Hector?

A: He is someone who is young, immature. He is growing up, catching his life in a stage where he is becoming a man. You are watching him in that process, watching him making a lot of mistakes and finding himself.

Q: Has being on “Army Wives” influenced your outlook on the military?

A: I always had a positive outlook about the military. If anything, this has just given me more in depth, what their personal lives are like to some degree. A lot of the stories we do are off real statistics in military families. (The show’s writers and producers) go to Army bases and talk to Army wives. And the Pentagon has had an adviser (working with the show), and it has our writers be accurate with the material we present. It gives a more detailed outlook.

Q: This is your first regular role on a show. What’s that like?

A: Last year, I was recurring. In general, it showed me (in) a different light. And I have been a lot of bad boys; I play a lot of thugs, and he is definitely not that. And this gave me the opportunity. This one has given me the opportunity to play out a full arc and have a full storyline and play with the different storyline, and it shows my ability as an actor, that I can be more entertaining more than one or two scenes. I am not just a hothead guy.

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