HomeTVBeacon HillSarah Brown on Beacon Hill: “Sort of Like Going Back to College When I Studied Political Science” Melodie April 15, 2014 1 Comment Before taking part in General Hospital's recent "Carlypalooza", soap mega star Sarah Brown signed on for quite the political party, by accepting a starring role in Crystal Chappell's Beacon Hill. In the ambitious online serial, Brown plays hot shot State Representative Katherine Wesley, who shares a steamy past with reporter Sara Preston (All My Children's Alicia Minshew). Does Brown notice any difference in acting on a web soap, as opposed to a daytime sudser? "No, I wouldn't say there are any differences. The acting process is not different for a web series." Brown admits there was quite the learning curve involved with becoming versed in Beacon Hill's world of political intrigue. "It was really interesting and fun. It's been a learning journey that I am on right now exploring government and classes you took in college," said Brown. "It’s sort of like going back to college when I studied political science. There’s a lot of research involved." All work and no play would make Katherine a lonely politico. Will sexy Sara returning to her life prevent that from happening? "Well it does affect her work, because Katherine is in a precarious position in the sense of potential conflict between work and her life love life," explained Brown. "Sara’s grandfather, in essence, is the main person that Katherine reports to. And I represent Sarah’s grandfather's district, so there is a lot of conflict of interest in terms of a personal and professional life and the potential to blow cannot be good." Watch the first episode of Beacon Hill after the jump! One Response Pauretajt June 4, 2014 Sarah Brown is awesome as Katherine… wont miss a single eps. Log in to Reply missmuffett41 April 15, 2014 I think Sara and Katherine have some great girl on girl chemistry going on. Not as hot and steamy as Otalia chemistry. Lol Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a comment.