(Hint: Keep an eye out for the Speedster's most prized possession.) NBC's TVGuide.com: When you got the role, did you know that you were going to be this deeply involved in the story?
Brea Grant: I had an idea because when I screen tested, it was with Masi Oka and Greg Grunberg.
They're going to meet up in the near future, actually.
So I did know that [Matt] was going to be my soul mate, but that's about it.
TVGuide.com: Will we see how Daphne and Parkman fall in love?
But it will play a bigger part than people realize.
Her motivations for what she's doing are complicated, and some of the decisions she has to make involve who she's working for.
She began her acting career in 2007 and made her acting debut in the low-budget film "You’re So Dead".
She has next appeared in 3 episodes of "Friday Night Lights".
Will there be friction when Parkman doesn't find the Daphne he's expecting? We definitely seem like opposites at this point in time.
Daphne is very playful, but she has to make some hard decisions about where her life is going, so she may calm down a bit.
She sees all these things happen involving the formula and she has to make decisions about who she ends up with – which may or may not be the future that you saw.
TVGuide.com: Is the formula Mohinder created using Maya's tears different than what's on the papers Daphne's been stealing? TVGuide.com: It seems that the people we've come to know as heroes could turn out to be villains.
She may be a little untrustworthy, but she's not going around killing people.