The Mystery behind Jane Doe’s tattoos on Blind spot
WE’VE seen a lot of strong female characters take charge on TV. Blindspot’s Jane Doe, played by actress Jaimie Alexander, is ready to join the club. On the crime drama, Alexander plays a heavily tattooed woman who’s lost her memory, but one tattoo has the name of FBI agent Kurt Weller (Sullivan Stapleton) inked across her. In fact, each tattoo contains a clue to a crime they will have to solve. Alexander lets us in on this mysterious plot, and ink.
Doe’s relationship with Weller.
Jane doesn’t have the memory of her past, but only her intuition. This guy’s name is tattooed on her back, so she feels she has to stay close to him because he might have some answers.
Is romance on the cards?
It’s not a love interest right away. What’s really going to happen is that he’s going to aid her in finding out who she is and she’s going to aid him in opening up a little bit, because he’s got a lot of dark secrets.
Do you enjoy wearing these tattoos?
Some people get claustrophobic in them, but I like them. My poor stunt girl, who’s been with me for way too long, cannot stand them. She says, “I cannot believe you’re making me do this.” I keep telling her, “You had to wear a double corset on Thor. Relax, it’s not that bad.”
Would you be interested in keeping any of the tattoos?
I have nine of my own tattoos that have been covered or incorporated into the designs for Jane Doe. The producers said to me, “Just don’t get any more for a while.” I told them, “I’m not; I think I’ll be satisfied with this full body of tattoos for the show.”
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