His fey appearance and mannerisms might have made such a question superfluous under normal circumstances.
America actually chose fey and Carell over a shirtless Sam Worthington running around ancient Greece.
The difference with fey, however, is that her cover-girl looks were revealed only after she debuted her show.
"of excitement that presages death," from Old English fæge "doomed to die, fated, destines," also "timid, feeble;" and/or from Old Norse feigr, both from Proto-Germanic *faigjo- (cf. Old Saxon fegi, Old Frisian fai, Middle Dutch vege, Middle High German veige "doomed," also "timid," German feige "cowardly"), from PIE *peig- "evil-minded, hostile" (see foe). Preserved in Scottish. Sense of "displaying unearthly qualities" and "disordered in the mind (like one about to die)" led to modern ironic sense of "affected."