Who will Terrence Little Gardenhigh play?
You might recognize this 12-year-old from his past appearances in Coffee & Kareem and Just Roll With It. In Danger Force, Terrence will play the role of Miles, a cool, calm and collected superhero who has the powers of teleportation.
J-14: Tell us about Danger Force! What it’s about in your own words?
Terrence Little Gardenhigh: It’s about four cool kids that possess superpowers in need of fine tuning, so they can help Captain Man capture criminals.
J-14: Can you tell me about your character? Who do you play?
Terrence: My character is Miles. I am the twin brother to Mika, the other cool kid on the show. He is cool, laid back, free thinking, “been here before” kind of soul. Miles trusts his instincts because he feels he is being guided by the universe.
J-14: Do you relate to your character at all?
Terrence: Yes, I do. I’m laid back and I trust my instincts that come from being in tune with the Universe. When I received the script, I felt like it was personally written for me because I am so like this! It makes it easy to play this role.
J-14: Is it fun playing someone with super powers? Is it difficult at all?
Terrence: It’s so funny playing a superhero that doesn’t quite know how to control the powers he has. I end up in all kinds of embarrassing situations, trouble and sometimes it make situations worse. The fun part is getting out of it or not!
J-14: I know it’s a pretty action-packed show, is it hard doing all the fight/actions scenes? Did you have to train at all?
Terrence: Performing the action scenes are my favorite part. Sometimes I have to get in a harness and swing in the air. The fight and action scenes are choreographed and perfectly sequenced. I practice until I get the punches and kicks just right. I prefer to perform my own stunts, but I cannot because of my age. One day I will and I cannot wait.
J-14: Any fun behind-the-scenes stories you can share from on-set?
Terrence: I was completing an interview and I got nervous about something and started farting and could not stop. The camera men were laughing and couldn’t finish because I could not stop farting. I’ve been told that should have been a superpower.
J-14: What’s your favorite scene that you’ve filmed so far?
Terrence: The first stunt that I did in Henry Danger was in the finale. I ended up on the caveman’s back, because again I couldn’t control my powers. But it turned out to be an awesome mistake.
J-14: Do you guys get along when the cameras stop rolling? Are you close?
Terrence: When the cameras stop rolling, we rush to get out of hair and makeup, so we can go to the game room and play. My mommy is always telling me, “Boy hurry up we been here over nine hours! Do you want to just live here!? Are you not tired yet?! You will see them tomorrow!”
J-14: Did you watch Henry Danger before being cast in Danger Force? What was your reaction when you found out you were joining the spinoff?
Terrence: Yes! I have been watching since I was eight years old, and I knew right away when I received the script that something was happening. I could see where they tried to blackout the names of Captain Man and Schwoz. I was like, “Nope! You are not fooling me, this is another show.” Remember, I’m one with the Universe so I knew it!
J-14: Are any of the original Henry Danger stars in the show? What’s it like working with them?
Terrence: Yes, Captain Man (Cooper Barnes) and Schwoz (Michael D. Cohen) also star in the new series. They are super funny and they make the show so dope! I’m so glad they are on it because it feels like we are keeping apart of Henry Danger with us. We laugh so much on the show that it doesn’t feel like work. They are funny on and off camera. I feel so blessed and honored to learn from both of them.