Get to Know a Gray: Caleb and Ambrose

Ambrose Gray


  1.  What is your character’s favorite memory?

Baking Christmas cookies with his mother. He always noticed growing up that she was sad around the holidays, but she always had smiles ready for him. Baking was their time, with no Apollo involved. He loved it.

  1. What is your character’s least favorite memory?

His father coming back from jail. He’s on good terms with his dad now (thanks to Tayla) but he still harbors resentment.

  1. How does your character feel about his name?

He always feels a little bad ass when someone says his name out loud. Ambrose is so cool. Much better than Apollo. And, he feels like it fits him. Apollo, the perfect little sun god, and him, the perfectly average (but edgy!) pink haired son.  [For you wrestling fans, he was indeed named after Dean Ambrose]

  1. Does your character have any irrational fears?

That one of his children are going to take one step and disappear out of his sight. Relax, Ambrose, they’re holding your hand for crying out loud! Yes, he was that overprotective dad.

  1.  What prejudices does your character have?

He judges people who have two parents that never had big fights, or some kind of dysfunction in their relationship. There was a ton of that in his life, and he turned out fine. Those people had it easy and didn’t learn any of what he had to.

  1. What is your character insecure about?

His artwork. He knows he’s good, up until he gets to the gallery and sees people whispering about it. He puts everything he has onto the canvas, and the rejection terrifies him.

  1. What would your character change about himself?

He’d give himself a dad who was actually there for him. Maybe that way, he wouldn’t hate the world so much.


Caleb Gray


  1.  What’s your character’s biggest fear?

Caleb is terrified of losing someone he cares about. He doesn’t care about his own death, but losing someone important to him, someone he loves, immobilizes him with fear. His experience with Star has traumatized him.

  1.  Does your character hate anyone? Why?

Of course he does. Caleb is the sweetest of all my sims, but that doesn’t mean he can ignore all the evil in the world. He has a high tolerance for jerkiness, knowing that deep down people have their reasons. But, the one person he won’t ever be able to forgive, ever, is Mason. The man has interfered with his family for far too long. He kidnapped his brother and wiped his memory clean for crying out loud! Caleb hates him more than anyone (Please Note: Canonically, Caleb doesn’t know that Mason is his father. Apollo finds out, he then tells his dad who dismisses it as a lie, so it never makes it to Caleb.)

  1. Would your character ever kill someone?

No, of all my sims I don’t think that Caleb is capable of it. Not even for someone he really cares about. He won’t take another person’s life, not when he knows what it’s like to lose someone you care about. He wouldn’t do that to someone else.

  1. What would your character die for?

His family. But, I’d also like to think that he’d put himself in front of a bullet for a stranger as well. It goes along with the above answer; he won’t let another person have to experience something that he had to do with Star.

  1. What’s your character’s deepest darkest secret?

He won’t even tell me :O

  1. What is the worst thing your character has ever done?

Yelled at Star’s parents at the hospital. He was angry, and he said something he shouldn’t have. He’ll forever regret it.

43.What is your character insecure about?

Everything. Really. It doesn’t seem like it, but he can’t figure out why Mason didn’t want him, and since he can’t pinpoint it, he judges his entire self. Behind the scenes of course, never in front of the camera.

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