You were born and raised in Boston. You were an accomplished boxer and athlete in school. When did you figure out that you wanted to be an actor? I grew up in BROCKTON, yes it’s Massachusetts but it’s different from Boston.
RM: From what we know, you're quite the movie enthusiast. What are some of your favorite films? MM: I love scary movies. I will stay up late, in any country, to watch a spooky flick. I love the Chainsaw Massacre films
RM: You're originally from Columbia. However, your work is well known in Spain, where there's so much world history and the surrounding structures can serve as artistic inspiration. What inspired you to pursue acting as your career path? AC: Since I
RM: You and the acting business go way back. Congratulations on your success thus far, especially knowing that, this isn't the easiest industry to be in. What made you decide to be an actress? JH: I was born this way. I
RM: I feel like we've seen you on so many different projects, congrats with that! What's the best part about your job? JM: Thanks very much. There’s a lot that I love about my job. The fundamental thing that I
You've been in the entertainment business for quite some time. What have been some of you most memorable roles thus far? That's a tough question, because so many of my roles have been memorable for so many reasons, but I'll try
RM: You're originally from Maryland. When did you decide that you wanted to be in the entertainment industry? BB: I was a shy child. I had always loved to sing and act, but in the safety of my room, at home.
RM: You're a New Yorker with hard working parents. When did you know that acting was the career path for you? JL: Wait are you saying that being an actor doesn’t take hard work? And how do you know my parents
RM: For some reason, people think you're from Detroit but you were raised in California. Was acting the natural progression, being that you were already close to Hollywood? OM: I'm not actually from Detroit, but I take it as a compliment
RM: Did you always know that acting was the career for you? CC: No, I didn’t. It wasn’t something I was born with, something I knew I had to pursue. I feel like the signs pointing to the obvious were always