Q: What made you want to become an actor?
A: Since i could remember , i had a passion for movies. I was an introvert child, so i liked to hide in that imaginary world and embark in those new adventures by being somebody else. By being so afraid to express myself in real life, i found a way to hide. By the time i was 9 i told my mom that “if i was born in Hollywood i would be an actress”, which she was taken by surprise 🙂
Q: What is Pulse of the Indigo about?
A: Pulse of the Indigo, is about a war between a Russian and a Mexican Mafia, but soon they realize that in the middle of all this is a serial killer .
Q: What role do you play?
Q: Why do you think the crime genre is so popular?
A: I think the crime genre is so popular, because it makes you sit on the edge of your seat. It Gives you suspense of what it will happen next.. Its like a drug or a roller coaster ride , that makes you tremble with fear and excitement at the same time.
Q: What is your strangest Hollywood story?
A: I’ve been here only two years so i didn’t really experience the strange part of Hollywood, i guess i was lucky in finding the right people to have in my life.
Q: If you could change one thing about Hollywood what would it be?
A: I would make it a more friendly place.
Q: Why do you think so many people want to work in the entertainment industry?
A: People see glamor and fame by looking and analyzing the lives of these actors. But its not all fun and games. Its hard work, and to get to that point of success you have struggle, learn and doubt yourself. That is the amazing creation of a great actor. I think a lot of people want to be in this industry just for FAME and money! But i wish them best of luck in their endeavors 🙂
Q: What method of acting do you use most often?
A: Each project is different so you can’t use the same method of acting, but most of the time i find the power of imagination to be a great asset in creating a character and its depth. “The imagined life” by Diana Castle is amazing!
Q: What is your day job and how do you draw from your experiences in that job when you perform?
A: I am a part time bottle service girl at the pool, and sometimes day to day with have your own worries and conflicts, but you have to put a smile on your face and act like you life is amazing!
Q: What well known film role could you have nailed.
A: “The girl with the Dragon Tattoo” is one of the roles I would have nailed it. Its one of my dream characters to explore. It’s such a complex and different human being that is very surreal and strange at the same time. I loved everything about it.
Please note; Eliza’s interviews are done by email. All answers are unedited and come right from the lovely fingertips of her subjects:)