When we first met Boyd, he seemed content living the life of the lone wolf (well, not literally), but when he realized it was possible to (literally) become a werewolf, which offered a new swagger and superhuman strength, he decided to become part of Derek's pack. Suddenly, Boyd had a crew to call his own, but the actor behind him, Sinqua Walls, says the "Teen Wolf" newcomer isn't necessarily going to stay there.
"[Boyd] doesn't say too much, he doesn't let on too much," Walls says in the interview clip below. "But he does like to give the notion that he's present." Judging by the lacrosse game he dominated post-bite, we'd have to say that's an understatement. Ultimately, though, whether he ends up sticking things out as a part of Derek's posse or returning to the road less traveled, the silent threat is ultimately just trying to "be something," Walls says. "I think with the bite he sees a way to...ascend to a new level."
+ Check out the video, and tell us what you think the "Teen Wolf" writers have in store for Boyd.
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