Potratz, who has been portrayed as one of the show's main antagonists alongside Christine Quinn, says she’s happy with how she's portrayed in the new season. “I appreciate that it's a show made for maximum drama,” she says. “I think that it delivers what the fans want to see.”
"Overall, I do much better on the show and you see a lot more of me,” she explains. “I think you see a little more of the friendships that we have with each other. I think I'm in it a lot more and I feel better, in general, about how I do on the show.”
She's especially pleased considering how her role originated: “I was added a month before they started filming [season 1] and the rest of the cast was locked in for two years,” she says.
Now, she’s featured just as prominently as her fellow agents: Stause, Quinn, Maya Vander, Mary Fitzgerald, Amanza Smith and Heather Rae Young.
Since filming wrapped, Potratz says she and the rest of the cast have been working from home due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, which she notes has mas made brokering real estate deals a lot more complicated.
“Coronavirus, obviously, is still very present, so we're trying to work around that,” she says.
In the meantime, Potratz says, she’s been dedicating time to a passion project: her beauty line, withSimplicity x Davina. Currently, her collaboration with the natural beauty company includes a setting spray and bronzing powder, each made with ethically-sourced, plant-based ingredients. The former model and actress is also currently developing her own beauty line, which fans can look forward to soon.
Selling Sunset is streaming now on Netflix.
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