Friday, March 20, 2015

Actor Randy Gonzalez- 12 Question Interview

1.      Please tell me the three most important things people should know about you.
Honest, loyal, hard working.

2.      Are you a dog person or a cat person?

3.      Tea or coffee?

4.      Boxers, briefs, boxer-briefs, or commando? (Either what you prefer or what you prefer on others.)

5.      What was your first acting gig, whether paid or unpaid?
The Hot Flashes, I played the New Coach

6.      When did you finally decide to call yourself an actor?
After I received my SAG card, 2012

7.      Which of your works are you most proud of?
So far, it’s a short film called The Hand. I was able to capture a killer with a sense of humor.

8.      What is the scariest thing that has ever happened to you?
Motorcycle accident, 1982. I rode another one since but don’t ride now.

9.      How did you end up in acting?
I was laid off from a job that I had for a while and wanted to do something different. I always thought of myself being on screen, I knew I had passion so I auditioned for a role that a friend, who is the business told me about. I didn’t get the role but I stayed with it.

10.  Would you be food or fighter in a real life zombie apocalypse?

11.  What is the most daring thing you have ever done?
Ride motorcycles at a high rate of speed.

12.  Would you rather be rich or famous--and you could only have one-- and why?  The fame would be based on something good, not something like being the best serial killer or anything like that.
Rich. With rich, I would think that it comes with much less aggravation than famous. Being rich, you don’t have to be famous but being famous doesn’t mean that you are rich.

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