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Over lunch at West Hollywood see-and-be-seen hot spot Cecconi's, we ate our weight in food, celebrated Shane's birthday, and shared crazy Hollywood stories. Glamour: What has been the defining moment of your career so far? One, doing Once and Again, which gave me the chance in my early twenties to do film, and because of that, A Walk to Remember, which surpassed everyone's expectations.
Hanging out with these two (who star on WGN America's hit new series Salem) isn't work at all, and it's only because of how laid-back, witty, and thoughtful they are.
Shane: I have to race to Santa Monica for some ADR for episode 11.
Then I'm going to try and get a haircut because I can't stand this right now.
It took me three years to get into drama school, but that film did a lot for me when it came to my professional growth. Shane: Yep, and my dad is Jamaican-British Portuguese. We thought about Shannon West, but it was actually taken by a girl.
And then Glamour: Shane, your full name is actually Shannon Bruce Snaith. I'm kind of the first of the kids that was born in America. Shane: It was my decision when I started getting attacked. I did actually go by Bruce in high school because when I moved from Louisiana to California, I started to get teased in junior high that I had a girl's name. Basically when I turned 18, if someone called me Shannon, I knew it was my family.
On Saturday morning (August 31, 2019) the American Sun-Times reported Shane West and girlfriend, to be shopping for engagement rings.
You end up having a lengthy conversation about burrata. That changed things to a different level, which I didn't like it in a way.
Shane: You're naturally predisposed to date an actress, as generic as that sounds, but the good thing about that is that she understands what you're going through and what the business requires. It's dealing with...we're all a group of insecure people, really—at least in front of the camera.
So to endure a double insecurity in dating, you have to really be strong to make it work.
When I was about 16, we changed it, and it was sort of for protection. So trying to fit in, here I'm a Southern boy with long hair and an accent and coming from no money, I wanted to fit in. If someone called me Bruce, that was only high school. Ashley: I'm pretty down to earth, but I do Pilates sessions one on one.
And if they called me Shane, it was only a recent thing. Last year, I went with Topshop, a brand I'm very close with, so it always feels warm and happy working with Sir Philip Green. In Shane's [words] he'd probably say: feisty, independent, feline. It's not that I'm scared of people looking at me, but I just need the extra attention to make me work out!