Switched at Birth quickly won me over last year with its truly unique premise, paired with dramatic relationships, family turmoil and an absent father to boot. The show is charming, wonderfully written, and has an amazing cast. Last season was full of twists and turns for the Vasquez-Kennish family, and Daphne went through quite the emotional ringer. Just when it seemed like she found happiness with Wilke, he’s shipped off to boarding school. In the fall premiere, Daphne gets a job in a restaurant kitchen, with a new (very good looking) boss. But things aren’t so easy for her at first. She has to figure out a way to work in the kitchen without being able to hear anyone, and that proves to be a challenge. Sarah Maines had the chance to chat with the lovely Katie LeClerc (who plays Daphne) about what to expect this season, what it means to her to be a part of the show, and her not-so-secret love for High School Musical (and one of her co-stars).
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