|What is your criteria in determining which projects you select?
Just like Romy Schneider: "dreh alles".
Looking at the role, and deciding if they're a character that's completely opposite me or a wild character that I would definitely see myself doing. As well
as having great dialogue and interaction between co-stars
Can work well with anything given, but I personally will not participate in scenes that have nudity.
I like projects that scare me; that give me an initial rush whether due to script or team attached - that will push me and teach me new boundries, new dimensions. It always begins with the script and then I consider the team attached to the project. I love directors who are masters of their craft and vision with pursuits to create, entertain, inform, educate, inspire. I love simplicity, a strong work ethic and I love working within teams, with creatives who are funny and witty, a great sense of humor is always a plus. When a project scares me, I love the presence of doubt and limitless possibilities; I actually don’t understand people who don’t have doubt. That’s one of the reasons I keep going: to make up for what I've just done. I must admit, I am a bit of a workaholic and perfectionist. So yes, I know that if something scares me, I tend to respond to the challenge fairly positively. I definitely respond well to strong female characters that are quite masculine, probably because I am fairly feminine and sensual in my everyday life.
My schedule is the only current criteria as a busy mom of two boys!
The role and the material, more than anything. But who else is involved is often a selling point.
if the project has an element of philanthropy to it - im in
I'M NOT LUCKY ENOUGH TO BE SO CHOOSEY AT THE MOMENT I'M GRATEFUL FOR ALL THE OPPORTUNITIES THAT COME MY WAY
I try to choose roles that are challenging.. different from my own character. However I am not picky if it's a good complex main role in a film or series that will benefit me as an actress and challenge my talent.
Need, want and belief.
there is really none at the moment, Im trying to be as diverse as i can be.. it has to ignite a spark of passion inside me though!
I determine whether or not the project company/ distributors are legitimate and if I think they are, I ask my attorney, mother, father, close friend, and another family friend who is familiar with the show business industry. After I go through all of this and the project ends up being legitimate, I will determine whether or not the role is right for me. Usually, I am more comfortable with comedic, dramatic, touching, and serious roles. The only type of character that I tend to have trouble with is being an evil character, but with the proper training and mind-set, I would be able to pull it off. Additionally, I would have to see whether or not the film crew has much experience.
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