|Photo by Wethington Photography|
J.J.: I got started in acting 4 years ago by responding to online ads for zombie extras and vampire extras because I thought it sounded really fun. I've always liked the Horror genre, and it seems there's more opportunity for people who want to get involved. Ever since those days, I've always been fond of Horror, of course I love sci-fi and other genre's too, and I will do ALMOST any role, not afraid to get messy.
CGM: You're a model, but more specifically you list "Cosplay Modelling" among your talents. Cosplay seems to be more than dressing as characters from comics or games. Can you explain it to our readers and tell them how you participate?
|Photo by Alec ustes. Cosplay of the succubus from Castlevania symphony of the night|
Some of the best people I've met have been at conventions in costume. To see some really awesome Cosplays, I'm a representative member for The League Of Hot Geeks on Facebook. Some of mine are on there too:)
CGM: You're a blogger. What c people expect to read about in your blog?
J.J.: I've been putting little blogs here and there on my page and am going to give it a makeover in the near future. I usually put up convention news and info about projects I'm involved with. One blog was about the free toys that come in certain types of cereal boxes. Another was about movies I've seen and video games I'm working on beating.Sometimes I blog about costumes that are in the works.
My friends run a movie review site that I write for regularly called Sinema Sarcophagus. com, for my more detailed writing.
|Cinema Shark Productions, a still from Sterling The Man From Nowhere.|
CGM: What can you tell us about the Web Series, "Sterling" and your character, "Betty Blumpkin"?
J.J.: Cinema Shark Productions made Sterling, The Man From Nowhere webseries. The episodes are free to watch on youtube and I play as the character "Betty Blumpkin". She's one tough broad who had a rough time getting into the police force and later she becomes an agent for the N.I.A. The series is done up in that Film Noir 1950's style but with lots of fart jokes and more adult humor too. I really enjoyed working with the talented cast. Sean Woosley,Stephen Woosley,Jack Chevanty,and Nicholis Pirnstill are all really great guys to work with and awesome friends.
The creativity and production are done really well for a Web series, not just saying that because I'm in it,lol.
|Janet Decay, From Sinema sarcophagus.com|
J.J.: Yes, I touched on this earlier in the blogs question, oops!
|promo photo for RAK films.com|
J.J. : Some cool links to see what I do: