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WATCH: 'Castle' Star Seamus Dever Dishes on His Vegetarian Diet

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“Castle” star Seamus Dever and his on and offscreen wife Juliana Dever were at the Humane Society of the United States’ Genesis Awards on Saturday night to support one of their biggest passions: animal protection.

Ken Spector of LivingEco was there for Ecorazzi and HappyCow to talk to the couple about their vegetarian diet, rescue animals, love for HSUS and hit show “Castle”.

Ken discovered that the Devers have been vegetarians for just about ten years, although Seamus has a good year on his wife joking that “she took a year to catch up.” Last year Seamus also attended the Genesis Awards and was thrilled to be asked back. He said that last year’s function “raised a lot of awareness in their own lives.” The “Castle” star elaborated by saying, “I think since last year I’ve been a little more aware about the products that I use. Just something simple like shampoo and conditioner and making sure those aren’t tested on, on beagles.” Since the couple has a beagle at home, the segment HSUS did on the breed and animal testing last year really hit home.

Check out the full interview below!

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  • Joel

    cows that are so happy they want to give you the cheese!?!? seriously, however you want to justify it i suppose.

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