Cam Gigandet gets extremely candid when talking about his former The O.C. co-stars including Ben McKenzie, Mischa Barton, and more with Elle magazine.
When asked if he kept in touch with anyone from the show, the 31-year-old actor replied, “No. Actually Ben McKenzie was kind of mean to me. I hadn’t done anything at that point and he was a little bit of an ass. But I love him. I think he’s a great actor and I love Southland.”
When asked about Mischa, he replied, “Mischa? I didn’t really…Was she there?” he said. “I don’t even have memories of her.”
“I learned a lot. But the things that I remember now—none of them are good,” Cam admitted. “It was only the third or fourth season. Those kids were f—ing miserable. They were just—they would not remember their lines on purpose. They were young.” (credit: Justjared.com)
Well there are few things that I hate more than people bashing the very thing that made them famous. I hated it when Justin Timberlake used to back his boy band days and I hate it when no named actors bash the show that made them slightly famous. Cam Gigandet, don’t you dare sit there and say that you don’t even know if Mischa was there! Your character killed her! She was your character’s love interest on the show, don’t try and act cool.
Let’s be real, we all know that the cast members of The O.C. were miserable, they have said it out right. Well at least Benjamin McKenzie admitted to having a bad attitude for a while. Cam this is such old news and you just wanted to be in the press. You haven’t been in anything since that terrible movie with X-Tina and Cher.
Who cares if the cast members were miserable and all hated each other? I don’t care to be completely honest. We all know that Mischa Barton was a hot ass mess. We all know that Benjamin McKenzie was far too old to be playing a high school student. None of that matters though! They put together an incredible show and that is that.
So Cam go back to reliving your minor fame as that bad vampire in Twilight that almost killed Kristen Stewart. You’re hot but etremely irrelevant.