1. If you could style yourself what items would you choose as the accoutrements?
2. If you could return as any person or thing what would it be?
A film title that moonlights as dialogue. Or is it the other way around?
3. What is your most recent interesting thought?
I wonder how Charles Laughton would feel about half of Hollywood’s female population attempting to recreate his lips on their faces.
4. In your opinion, who is the best movie villain – and by best I mean most abhorrent – to ever grace the silver screen?
Dolly Messiter from “Brief Encounters.”
5. Is there a quote all should keep close when choosing to invite others into their lives?
“You can buy friends by letting them control you, but you will have to keep them the same way you obtained them.” –Joyce Meyer
6. If you could be reimagined by any artist whom would it be?
Chef Ferran Adrià. Picture it. Me by way of liquid nitrogen and alginates.
7. Going into this presidential campaign season, what is something you would like to see that has never been done before?
I would love it if during the debates, candidates would retort by simply saying, “The opposite of what you just said.”
8. What is your favorite error of redundancy?
9. If you could be worn by anyone whom would it be?
The beautiful and broken creature whom after being put out to pasture by her married beau of 20 years takes the nest egg he left her with, purchases me and hires the Jan Vullo chamber orchestra to go on a special mission. Together we arrive at and refuse to acknowledge the maître d’ of the Michelin 3-star establishment and move straight to the table of her ex-beau and his wife where we proceed to bring to a close their “This is positively suburb!” love affair with the claret paired mung bean tarte tartin topped with a stone fruit reduction and pastis infused foam. Don’t ask. Before those looking on can comprehend what the hell is going on, the Jan Vullo orchestra and the beautiful woman – tears nesting in her eyes and a voice like velvet – begin…