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'Teen Beach Movie's' Ross Lynch: 'You can't go wrong with Shakespeare'
Zap2it: When did you know you wanted to be an actor?
Ross Lynch: I always knew I wanted to be an actor; it was never a decision.
Zap2it: What music do you listen to?
Ross Lynch: Any genre, there are certain songs that make you feel things, certain songs, just wow. I love OneRepublic, The Script, All Time Low. I love pretty much every genre. I love the Rolling Stones and Elvis.
Zap2it: What are your favorite books?
Ross Lynch: I just read "The Catcher in the Rye." After I read the book, I missed his personality. And obviously you can't go wrong with Shakespeare. My favorite poem ever was Annabel Lee by Edgar Allan Poe.
Zap2it: Are you recognized from "Austin & Ally"?
Ross Lynch: Every day someone says, "Oh my gosh you're Austin." It's all very sweet.
Zap2it: Who recognizes you?
Ross Lynch: From age 6 to late 20s. I've met girls in college that say to me "Is it bad that I'm 25 and I'm in love with Ross Lynch?" Boys love the show.
Zap2it: What did you do when not shooting while in Puerto Rico?
Ross Lynch: I go with my brothers [who were visiting] and a few girls from the movie and bring our guitars and jam on the beach, just singing guitar.
Zap2it: What kind of guitar do you have?
Ross Lynch: I have an electric Fender and a Telecaster. I have a Taylor and a Martin. I want to get more guitars for more sounds.
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