The cast had so much to talk about on the set of the show, and they were
all eager to share what it’s like working with a puppet-playing-a-doll.
Aaron Landon, who plays the Pesto told us that Tim
Lagasse, the voice behind Crash is “always on, when they’re shooting,
he’s ALWAYS Crash, he doesn’t break that character.”
Cole Jensen, the actor behind Wyatt Bernstein just
had two words for what it’s like working with Crash - “It’s IN-SANE!”
He told us that Crash is “bouncing around, destroying stuff constantly,
and it’s just insane.”
Of course, Crash wouldn’t be where he is today without Wyatt receiving a little “help” from his sisters. Landry Bender
said about her character Cleo Bernstein “I like it, I get to be sassy,
and I’m the one that everyone HAS to listen to.” Cleo is obsessed with
fashion, and has even had a neon light made for the show. We loved her
character in the pilot, and can’t wait to see her bring that awesome
‘tude to the screen!
One of the highlights of our set visit to ‘Crash & Bernstein’ was talking to Crash (Tim Lagasse)
himself! That’s right! We got to talk to the actual doll of the show
(and we’re pretty sure the only one on TV right now.) Crash is totally
in love with the show right now. Of the many perks, Crash said, “I get
to do my own stunts... heck, I get to DO stunts. They prefer to throw me
through windows, and I get to use swords.” And what would a great doll
actor be without his inspiration? “I’m a little Al Pacino, and I’m a little Animal from the Muppet Show,” said Crash.
It was a blast talking to the cast of ‘Crash & Bernstein.'
You can check out the pilot episode for free, right now on iTunes, and
with the pre-screening that we got, we TOTALLY recommend it! ‘Crash
& Bernstein’ premieres October 8 only on Disney XD. Don’t miss it!