Troian Bellisario’s ‘School’ was ‘Pretty Little Liars.’

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Troian Bellisario’s ‘School’ was ‘Pretty Little Liars.’

Troian Bellisario is best recognized for her role as Spencer Hastings on the blockbuster Freeform series Pretty Little Liars, but she has a long resume. Bellisario was up in the entertainment world thanks to her parents, and she got interested with the art of storytelling. She immediately realized that acting alone was insufficient to satiate her creative desire, and she began to pursue other options such as producing, directing, and writing. However, while the Feed actor had considerable acting experience thanks to her Fine Arts degree from USC, she didn’t know where to start with her other passions. Thankfully, the cast and crew of Pretty Little Liars were willing to assist her.

For some actors, landing a starring part on a popular television show with a busy schedule would be more than enough work. Bellisario, on the other hand, appeared to be in need of some more help. She wanted to interact and cooperate more on the tale, and she became irritated when she couldn’t adequately convey her thoughts. It was at that point that she realized she needed to tell her own story and get involved both in front of and behind the camera.

Troian Bellisario’s development of new skills thanks to ‘Pretty Little Liars’

“Jumping from actor to writer to director has been an intriguing adjustment for me, and Pretty Little Liars has really supported it,” Bellisario told Interview Magazine. “Even though I wrote Feed before landing the role of Spencer, I didn’t produce or write anything that was immediately made until I was on the set of Pretty Little Liars, where I became irritated. I was attempting to explain something in a situation, and someone had the realist point of view, asking, ‘Can you just speak the line?’ Let’s get this over with as soon as possible.’ I was furious and angry until I understood, ‘No, Troian, your duty is…’ This is a condensed version of the narrative. I hope you found it entertaining.

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