I would go with villain. They have a lot of motivation to take down someone almost god like. A silver surfer or superman type character. Villain is always sneaky and envious. What comes to mind is ABC’s Once upon a time. The Rumpelstiltskin role he plays is a classic villain role, always seems like that would be a blast to play. I feel as though I could get really into a villain mindset…but heroes can statistically always fly or surf in space. I change my answer to hero. Hero.
2) Is Acting or modeling harder ?
Acting is harder as of now. Really getting the script down pat is my good stresser of it all. Really getting them down. Once I do, that is when I start trying to understand the character on a real and deep level. With out the worry of having to remember lines. it’s easier for me just to concentrate on the character alone. Modeling is awkward to me, unsure exactly why. Maybe the unnaturalness of stillness. But acting for me is harder.
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4 ) BEST of ‘ GalvanIZER ‘ On/Off Set ?
I don’t think I fully understand what you mean by this? Lol. But here goes. Best on scene was the bar scene. It was warm and the locals were great. And the owner she was a great host. Off scene I would say the food. The producers were so considerate. They even bought plant based food and vegan snacks!
5) WORST of ‘ The GalavanIZER ‘ On/Off set ?!
Worst on scene would be the cold for sure. But I never heard any complaints Everyone was so into making this, it was cool to be part of. Worst off scene would have to do with a drunkard crashing one of our scenes and fighting with crew.
6) Without giving away any spoilers, You and David Stay (Photon Villian) got close on set of Blood Drive : short film, Any Behind The Scenes gossip ?
There is no doubt in my mind David Stay is a 4000 year old wizard. Look it up.
7) Stunts was this a one of, Or you done before ?
I’ve done minor stunts in a fight scene for a short film directed by Raphi Barakat. The stunts for Blood Drive were definitely more demanding and carried more risks.
8) You have done plays, What is the difference to film ?
Plays have a naturalness to them. A fluidity that makes it smoother to really become someone else in front of a live audience that is totally in sync with your character and every word. Film loses that when it’s shot out of sequence, which is understandable when things inevitably always happen slightly different than planned and you need to get locations and many, many other things.
9) Blood Drive has a feature version coming soon, You up for it ?
Count me in.
10) Last chance to get those NEW Fans AND GO ….
I’m would like to thank Joe, Robert, Adam and Kevin for hiring me to do this. This was a fun two days and nights and morning I wont forget anytime soon. Just want to say thanks to the cast and crew of BD, everyone was about getting this film made. Can’t wait to see it.
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