I was literally in shock when I discovered my next interviewee agreed to answering a few questions.
I first saw Lisa London's work in the 1979's film H.O.T.S., in which Lisa played the part of O'Hara.
They certainly don't make movies like that anymore!
Lisa soon progressed further into films such as The Godson starring Rodney Dangerfield, The Indian, and Sudden Impact starring Clint Eastwood.
It is with great pleasure that I bring to you my interview with Lisa London.
1. For you, what is the appeal of being an actress?
I have always wanted to be an actress since I was born - it is more an irresistible calling than an option for me!
2. You certainly appear to be having fun on set. What’s it like to shoot a movie?
I do enjoy being on the set - it feels like I belong to a great big wonderful crazy family - a group of strangers that are all trying to make this monster called a movie or a play - and we bond and sometimes remain in each others' lives.
3. What has been your favourite role so far?
My favorite role changes for different reasons - can't beat working with Clint Eastwood..... Johnny Depp was great too - and just did Law & Order :SVU - a top show in USA and that was amazing - filming in New York is so exciting. Excited about my last film, Boy Toy which comes out soon!
4. What work have you done outside of film?
I was a sportscaster and sportswriter. I owned a restaurant with my sisters. I sing and had a major record deal. I was a masseuse in high school.
5. What would be an dream role for you?
Dream role would be one where I could reach my potential - opposite a major male star.
6. What’s coming up next?
My next role is in a movie called Less Than a Whisper - a ghost tale. And I will be involved in producing a couple films that could happen in 2011. And a big probability I will hopefully return to the stage and back on Law & Order :SVU again this year too!
7. Is there an event or charity you would like to bring to my readers’ attention?
I support many childrens' charities so urge people to donate to any charity or organization that helps children. And please support my theatre group - The Actorhood!
Thank Lisa for her time with this interview, and of course I wish her all the best.
For more of Lisa's work please check out the following sites
Lisa's has also asked me to make mention of the following;
The Robb Company, Los Angeles, CA USA 1+424-202-3695
If you'd like to make a comment about this interview please feel free to below.I welcome all comments and feedback.
Until next time!