Roy Dupuis wasn't completely into his Michael bag yet, here; there were a couple un-Michael-like smiles in this episode, plus in the office scene he paced and yelled at her, which just seems odd when you've seen later episodes. He liked her, and/or he was hot for her, or why take the trouble to defy his keepers? Roy Dupuis' English is almost perfect, but there is occasionally a trace of an accent. -- The final screen in the opening credits said that Nikita was five eleven, 120 lbs, blood type O negative, hair blonde, and eyes green.
Transparently thrilled when he took her out of dinner, she was more upset about his betrayal than the danger she was in. -- Peta Wilson and Roy Dupuis are exceptionally beautiful people, and they're even more beautiful in extreme close-up. Quotes: Operations: "We start making exceptions, we're no better than the CIA." Nikita: "You're sick.
“She was really gnarly, hair flying in every direction.
Afterwards, she sat on a chair…and became the most charming, chatty Australian girl.” Nervous about carrying the lead in a series, Wilson asked costar Roy Dupuis, who plays her mentor Michael, for acting advice. “She’s very intelligent.” Wilson also persuaded her widowed grandmother Elizabeth, whom she calls Nan, to move from Australia to share her rented loft in Toronto and take care of her, just like in the old days.
Three months after that, they moved into a three-bedroom Hollywood Hills house.
“She’s very confident and has a good soul and a big heart,” he says.