The other night I was hanging with the geek gals at my place. When we get together, pretty much everything ends up on Twitter in some way, shape or form. What can I say, we’re all social mavens! After a full-on conversation regarding appropriate uses of The Force (for you Star Wars fans), I tweeted the following: Continue Reading
Like any chick dressing like a Space Vixen needs to worry about that! I wanted to share a few pics from the ITV Fest‘s annual Halloween Bash. I made this costume a while back and repurposed it for the event. Yup, those are tubes coming out of my back ala Dune-style. I had much cooler boots, but you know how it is standing all night in, literally, killer heels… We had a blast!
I got an e-mail from my manager at close to midnight for an audition (and shoot if I booked) for the next morning. I’d be playing Amy Winehouse in a rehab sketch. So I got all dolled up as best I could… black bra, black eyeliner, crazy hair. Oh and I tried to get her mannerisms and British accent down in under an hour! (No I didn’t book it. They chose someone before I even got the video to them.)
Alex the “Pumpkin Geek” recently sent me one of the coolest things ever… my face carved into a pumpkin! If that wasn’t an honor in itself, I now grace the pages of his website alongside celebrities such as Gene Simmons and LeVar Burton who also had their famous mugs cast in orange… errr. I’m not sure what these pumpkins are actually made of, but they aren’t real. I.e. I can keep this forever!
I have to say that the single most gratifying part of being an actress and on-camera personality is knowing that I am inspiring people. That’s been my life goal since I was a little kid, when I thought I’d be a stand-up comedian and spend my life making people laugh (until I realized how hard it was to do stand-up that is!). Comedy is, after all, the perfect remedy for just about any problem, right? I still do love to make people laugh, smile and feel comfortable and confident to just be themselves. I think being on camera shows people that you can get out there and do what you love!
Ok, so that title may be a little misleading, but it got your attention, right? I meant that I am lucky enough to have been included on a short list of PR peeps (that look to all be geek-genre journalists) invited to participate in HBO’s incredibly fun new marketing campaign for Game of Thrones.
I had the honor of attending opening night at the Battlestar Galactica Exhibit in Seattle, WA, where cast members and creators Edward James Olmos, Michael Hogan, Kate Vernon, Richard Hatch, Ron Moore and Glen Larson hopped on stage to answer the fans’ buzzing questions. Continue Reading
Kristen Nedopak and Trevor Pitzel co-host this humorous episode, where people on the street were asked to do their best (and worst) Christopher Walken impressions.