What would have been Julie Anne's interview

Sometimes, despite efforts, some of the interviews lined up for this site, just never pan out. Such is the case with the one slated with actress Julie Anne Prescott (who goes professionally by just "Julie Anne"), whom I contacted through Facebook about an interview way back in August of last year. Even though she enthusiastically agreed, it just never happened. I'll leave it at that and not go into details regarding the subsequent (and yes, polite) back and forth messages that were exchanged.

Anyway, it's a shame to let good questions go unanswered (especially since research was done to come up with them) but they don't have to go unappreciated. So, rather than let my part of what would have been another great feature, go to waste, I decided to post my half of what would have been a complete interview with Julie. Of course, the blank space above is where a photo of her would have been, had this interview actually occurred and a full feature been published.


CHRIS CHARLES: Thanks for agreeing to be interviewed, Julie. Your feature will be a very welcomed addition to this site.
JULIE ANNE:

CHRIS:As you know, I interviewed Debra Lamb a few months ago. You told me you think very highly of her and I can say, she's an awesome lady who really appreciates her fans. I've also seen photos of you with Linnea Quigley, whom you also said very good things about. What other Scream Queens do you admire?
JULIE:

CHRIS: So, what do you think about being dubbed a "Scream Queen"? Did you plan on it when you decided to start acting?
JULIE:
Photo of Julie would have gone above
and here would have been the caption.

CHRIS: Who are some of the best people you've worked with since you began appearing in front of the camera, whether as a model or actress?
JULIE:

CHRIS: Well, I won't ask for names but if you want to give them, that's fine ....have there been any individuals you'd never work with again?
JULIE:

CHRIS: In Perception I saw ....well, actually heard, you're quite a screamer. I also saw that you're quite a cryer in Spare the Rod. Were those two of your more emotionally challenging roles?
JULIE:

CHRIS: What would you say has been your most physically demanding role?
JULIE:

CHRIS: I haven't seen ROXY yet, so I don't know this: Do you actually play the guitar?
JULIE:

CHRIS: Have you been offered many roles you turned down due to what would have been required of you, such as nudity, dangerous stunts, etc.?
JULIE:

CHRIS: So, I noticed the tattoo on your left shoulder used to be a sort of black tribal design but you later had it covered up with color design. Any particular reason for that?
JULIE:
Photo of Julie would have gone above
and here would have been the caption.

CHRIS: What do some of your other tattoos represent?
JULIE:

CHRIS: Are you still the spokesmodel for Madame Corzette? If you are, here's your chance for a plug! (If the people from Madame Corzette are reading this, I assume they're pretty disappointed to find out they missed getting a link, but you can still Google them)
JULIE:

CHRIS: Do you have any films currently in post production that will be out soon?
JULIE:

CHRIS: What's your latest project?
JULIE:

CHRIS: I know you often attend horror and comic conventions to meet fans, as well as others in the industry. Any upcoming events you'll be at?
JULIE:

CHRIS: Well, (it would have been) great talking with you Julie and you can look forward to seeing this posted at Idol Features very soon. In closing, any parting words to the readers or shout-outs to anyone?
JULIE:



Photo of Julie would have gone above and here would have been the caption.

Photo of Julie would have gone above and here would have been the caption.

video
Julie's demo reel or a clip featuring her would have been here, had her interview
happened. Since it didn't, here's a 5-second SMPTE color bar test pattern.

Links to Julie's website, blog, IMDb listing, etc. would have gone here.


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