Christopher Meyer talks about college girls’ sex lives, more

In our Q&A series POPSUGAR Crush, we get to know some of the more intimate details of our favorite celebrities – from their first celebrity infatuation to the best love advice they’ve ever received. This month we are crushing on College girls’ sex livesChristopher Meyer.

The premiere of College girls’ sex lives is upon us, and Christopher Meyer has been dreaming of this moment for years. The 25-year-old actress plays Canaan, Kimberly’s (Pauline Chalamet) funny colleague from the coffee bar, who eventually becomes her male confidant. Christopher appreciates how his character develops through the season and becomes one Kimberly can come to for help with a guy. “Of course, in the first episode, I fuck with her all the time,” he told POPSUGAR. “Making fun of her circumstances, but it’s just because we did not know each other. Then she showed her true colors at the end of the episode when she stopped me. At that point, Canaan considers her a friend and cargo. vise versa.”

To be a part of a show like College girls’ sex lives was a very different experience than Christopher is used to – the “complete opposite,” he said truthfully. “Everything I’ve ever worked on has always been primarily guys, and a lot of stories told from male perspectives,” he said. “It’s the first time I’ve been to a show with so many women and so many female personalities, but it’s not that different. Everyone is professional [and] trying to get the best out of each tag. But it’s interesting. I just sit back and watch. “

“I had never imagined being in a show that would be about four women’s sex lives.”

The series, created by Mindy Kaling and author / producer Justin Noble, follows the lives of four young women – Kimberly, Bela (Amrit Kaur), Leighton (Reneé Rapp) and Whitney (Alyah Chanelle Scott) – at a prestigious New England college. Foursome navigates in love, life and friendship during their first year. The show’s “almost entirely female” team of writers – from all different ages and walks of life – make the show so special. “It’s fire, honestly. It’s such a good group,” Christopher said. “I had never imagined being in a show that would be about four women’s sex lives. I knew it could possibly be a path I could take, but I did not think I would be a regular series in a kind of show. like that. But it’s really interesting and honestly such an amazing experience, in a way, to be led by four women, and it’s a predominantly female show. “

While it’s far too early to make predictions about season two before the show has even been renewed, Christopher hopes fans will eventually get a chance to see much more from his character – outside the coffee shop. “I would love to see my character get passionate about something,” he said. “Obviously, the four girls we all know what they’re going to school for. I think I probably just wanted it to be clear to Canaan too. I’m sure the show is going to be a point where it’s like, okay, all this dating stuff is cool, but real life is also a thing.Completing college and what’s going on after. , really see who he is and what he is trying to do with his life. “

All in all, Christopher is having fun with this new role – especially now that he has become more confident in saying the title of the series out loud. “In the beginning, it was funny because I did not even realize that this would be uncomfortable before that question was asked,” he said. “I just looked at it as the name of the project I’m working on from an artistic point of view. So when people started asking the question, I would say, oh sh * t. I have to say College girls’ sex lives right now. But now I say it definitely unequivocally. “

Check out the rest of Christophers POPSUGAR Crush interview ahead, and be sure to check out College girls’ sex lives shamelessly on HBO Max.

Who was your first celebrity crush?

I would probably say Alicia Keys truthfully. I actually remember she came on 106 & Park when I was 5 years old and I think I started crying. I loved Alicia Keys so much.

What is your signature scent or go-to cologne?

I do not even know if I can give this away, but certainly Chanel. I go Chanel and Tom Ford. I can not give away more.

What is your order of coffee / tea?

I’m not really a coffee person, [more of] a te-person. I love green tea; it’s straight to the point.

Do you cook? If so, what is your favorite thing to do?

From time to time, though not often. I bust [out] some chicken tacos and steak tacos here and there. I can also whip spaghetti and meatballs together. Very basic.

Do you use pick-up lines? If so, what is your favorite?

I do not use pickup lines, but I certainly used to when I was younger and they all came from The fresh prince of Bel-Air.

What is your favorite flirting emoji?

Blue heart, that’s just what I’m going for.

What is your ideal first date?

It’s funny because I obviously as a guy have never been taken out on a date. I’m usually the one who takes people out. So I usually go for something casual for the first time. However, I have done something crazy. I will say that my best first date was with this girl I met at the gym. I have a professional boxer homie and I asked him if I could have the boxing sum after hours. He let me go in there at night and I got to put dinner up in the boxing ring. We boxed, we laughed and played, and then we ate dinner. It was probably the best first date I’ve ever been on.

What is your go-to movie / movie genre for date night?

I would say scary movie, just for the hug factor of it all, for the mood. I’m not trying to go to romantic movies. I have gained weight 50 first dates before a few times, but usually horror movies, just because they are fun, exciting and keep you up.

What is your biggest turn-off / turn-on?

My biggest turn-on was going to be two categories. Physically it is hygiene and maintenance. I am a very clean person. I take two, three showers a day, sometimes for no reason. I like to be clean and I like women who pay close attention to their nails, feet and teeth. It’s a big turn-on for me. Biggest turn-on mentally, I like dating women who have a passion for something. It can be anything because I’m a very passionate person, [especially] about my career. I just can never see myself training with someone who does not have a career they are passionate about or if I do not even see a desire to find a passion. Shoot, this is probably also my biggest turnoff. True enough, just no ambition or desire for self-improvement.

What’s the best trip you’ve ever been on?

Earlier this year I went to Mexico – Tulum. Everyone was there. Tulum is the new Miami in reality. One of my maids had a birthday and she invited a bunch of friends. I was out there for five days, two days more than I was supposed to be, because one of my boyfriends lost his passport. He could not come back, so I just stayed back with him and another homie, and we slipped to Cancun pretty quickly. But it was fun. We had a crazy Airbnb, an indoor pool. It was a mood.

What’s the most romantic thing you’ve ever done?

I had a boyfriend a few years ago. She had never been to California, so I flew her out. There is this place in Malibu that is a secluded beach area not too many people know about it. To the point where I once saw JAY-Z and Beyoncé there. The beach is [also] right next to this giant cliff. So before she landed, I went to Ralphs and grabbed a bunch of firewood, glow sticks and LED lights. I lit the whole side of the rock up in pink and purple because those are her favorite colors, and then I set up a bonfire. I clocked her all the way over so she did not know where she was going or what was happening and with the glow sticks I lit up the path so she could find me. So she follows the glow sticks and then, boom, she sees it all. I had music out there, my guitar. That was a whole thing.

What’s the best gift you’ve ever received?

One of my exes got me a Louis Vuitton jersey that I still wear very often.

What’s the best love advice you’ve ever received?

Know when you are ready and be honest and strict in it. Many times, in our generation, we yearn for love or the idea of ​​love based on what we see on the internet and in movies. It makes us jump for it when it’s not the right time. I believe with love that timing is everything and that timing has nothing to do with the other person. It’s all about yours. Many people do not stop asking themselves, “Are you ready to take on everything that comes with being in a fully committed relationship?” We just walk away from our feeling. What I learn to do is ask myself and see where I am emotionally before I jump into things with people.

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