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Was it fun shooting 'charlotte sometimes'? What are your fondest memories?
Why, of course it was. My fondest memories are of me cracking up constantly, laughing, laughing, laughing.

Where did you grow up?
Born in inglewood, lived in Montebello, grew up in San Marino, California.

What are your hobbies?
Kicking ass, watching movies, dancing, training, and laughing, laughing, laughing.

How much of yourself did you put into the character of lori?
Everything I could. Everything I couldn't

What is your favorite scene in the film?
The car scene cuz we shot that afterwards when michael and I knew each other more, and had such a relaxed, fun time; the tennis scene, after I saw it cut, cuz I realized I'm such a damned good tennis player.

What is your favorite scene that didn't make into the film?
An improvised scene that matt and I did where we're in the bathroom and we have a fight and well, it didn't make it, so who cares.

 


What happens to 'Lori' in the future?
She and Michael live happily ever after she quits acting, and runs the garage but it's no longer just a garage. It's now a garage/dance studio where parents bring their cars to get fixed and watch their kids learn dance while they wait for their cars.

What made you decide to become an actor?
When I realized I couldn't live without being so.

If you weren't an actor, what would you be?
Dead. Just kidding I would be...a mommy a wonderful cook a much more stable person he! he!

What are your upcoming projects?
I finished a film I love called three with Peter Chan who did comrades: almost a love story it was a wonderful experience, and i'm still going to the various premieres for that I'm leaving, in three days actually, for australia where I'll shoot the great raid dIrected by John Dahl the second half wIll shoot In Shanghai then...who knows I just want to contInue to work on good projects, challengIng projects, fun projects, and just keep laughing and laughing and laughing.

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