KL: And we get to shoot in New York, which is a character within itself. When I saw the premiere, the crossover episode 18 season one of FBI, I didn’t realize how gritty and gory we’re allowed to be on television. After they bring the bad guy to justice, the next line out of their mouth is, ‘where do you want to eat?’ It’s very circumstantial to where they are and what city they’re at to get that good food, just stuff that you don’t think about. What was the biggest surprise for you guys in playing FBI agents? As we all know Dick Wolf projects, it’s a well oiled machine. CBS Local’s DJ Sixsmith caught up with Lutz and Sternberg ahead of this week’s episode to discuss the process of being an FBI agent, working on a Dick Wolf production and the perils of finding the best place to eat.

You know going into one of his projects it’s like… it’s just super, super, super, exciting. What was the biggest surprise for you guys in playing FBI agents? Nathaniel Arcand as Special Agent Clinton Skye, Kellan Lutz as Special Agent Kenny Crosby, Julian McMahon as Supervisory Special Agent Jess LaCroix Roxy Sternberg as Special Agent Sheryll Barnes and Keisha Castle-Hughes as Special Agent Hana Gibson in ‘FBI: Most Wanted’ season 2 episode 1 (Photo: Mark Schfer / 2020 CBS Broadcasting, Inc.) Why don’t we start at the beginning what excited you guys the most when you first heard about the project?

That was really exciting. Currently, she portrays the role of Special Agent, Sheryll Barnes in the CBS crime drama series, FBI: Most Wanted.

So when people check out the show tonight, what are some big things you want them to be thinking about, big things to take away? Sternberg's first job was the lead role in It's a Lot, a British urban cult comedy, which she landed quickly after graduating from the Royal Holloway University in London.

I think it’s, the writing that I enjoy most about the show. DS: Hey guys DJ Sixsmith here from CBS Local, how’s everything going? Sternberg grew up in Hammersmith in West London and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY. So I think the psychology is really interesting and I think the audience will enjoy that. It’s an intense, really smart show. It’s really fun, we have an FBI tech on set, named Dani, and she’ll help train us and show us techniques with breaching doorways and formations, but also hearing about how much they really do enjoy the camaraderie of their family that they have created. What pushed these bad guys, these human guys to go bad. Don’t miss new episodes of FBI: Most Wanted Tuesday nights on CBS 10:00PM ET/PT, only on CBS. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. DS: Hey guys DJ Sixsmith here from CBS Local, how’s everything going? There’s a new crime drama on the block this season airing on America’s Most Watched Network as FBI: Most Wanted hunts down the bad guys Tuesday nights at 10:00PM ET/PT. You know going into one of his projects it’s like… it’s just super, super, super, exciting. RS:  I think it’s interesting, the fugitives that we’re catching. As we all know Dick Wolf projects, it’s a well oiled machine.

So this task force is obviously focused on chasing down the bad guys. These fugitives do not stay in one place.

Roxy Sternberg starred in the acclaimed docu-drama Mars, from Imagine Entertainment, and appeared in season two of the series Absentia, opposite Stana Katic. ‘FBI: Most Wanted’ Stars Kellan Lutz And Roxy Sternberg On Dick Wolf’s Latest Creation January 14, 2020 at 1:54 pm Filed Under: DJ Sixsmith , FBI: Most Wanted When I saw the premiere, the crossover episode 18 season one of FBI, I didn’t realize how gritty and gory we’re allowed to be on television. CBS Local’s DJ Sixsmith caught up with Lutz and Sternberg ahead of this week’s episode to discuss the process of being an FBI agent, working on a Dick Wolf production and the perils of finding the best place to eat. No one is born bad and I think that’s something we shine a light on. FBI & Chicago Franchise Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community.