"Bad idea," he said, "don't shit where you eat."You should take Ventimiglia's word for it, since he's likely speaking from experience.He previously dated both his castmate Hayden Panettiere. You're not supposed to be with one another."Perhaps this is advice he should also be giving Rory Gilmore before all three of her ex-boyfriends show up back in her life.Earlier this year she earned a Golden Globe nomination for her role as the catty, conniving country-music singer Juliette Barnes in the new More4 drama Nashville. With her bad-girl persona, sequinned dresses and eye-wateringly tight denim hotpants, Barnes is a delicious departure from the good girls the actress is used to playing.‘After Heroes I knew it was going to be an uphill battle for me to be seen as anything other than the all-American cheerleader,’ she says.Hayden Panettiere bounds across the lobby of a deeply fashionable New York hotel.She waves and grins broadly before settling into an armchair and seizing the cocktail menu.‘You’re British, you’ll drink with me,’ she declares.
But Panettiere appears to have pulled off the notoriously tricky transition from child and teenage stardom to serious adult acting with aplomb.that fans are convinced the two are dating in real life.Sorry, to burst your bubble, but Ventimiglia says they're not — and his reason totally makes sense. , Ventimiglia said it's best not to date your co-star.But that doesn't mean the actor doesn't love working with Moore.
"Mandy is one of the kindest, most amazing performers and women I've met in my life," he said. She is amazing."What's also pretty amazing is Ventimiglia's love advice, which sounds pretty straightforward.
It’s certainly true that with her perky blonde prettiness she perfectly resembles that icon of American high-school culture, straight out of central casting.