I thought an interview with model and actress Chrissie Wunna would have been a fun and entertaining piece. I don’t even remember how I first heard of her, but she was one of the contestants on the “reality” show Paris Hilton’s British Best Friend. I didn’t see it, but after checking out its Wikipedia page, I assumed Chrissie definitely wouldn’t be one to pass on any free publicity, so I asked her if she’d be willing to do an interview for this site. She replied to my message and accepted the offer, but unfortunately and despite my efforts, it didn’t end up happening. Anyway, enjoy the following unanswered questions.
CHRIS CHARLES: So, you’re originally from Pontefract in West Yorkshire. Does any of your family still live there? CHRISSIE WUNNA:
CHRIS: Do some people who’ve just met you get surprised to hear you speak with a British accent? CHRISSIE:
CHRIS: You’re full-blooded Burmese. Have you visited Burma? CHRISSIE:
CHRIS: Do you speak Burmese? CHRISSIE:
CHRIS: I read that you went to a private boarding school in England? CHRISSIE:
CHRIS: What was that like for you? CHRISSIE:
CHRIS: How did you get started modeling? CHRISSIE:
CHRIS: Did you do nudes from the start of your modeling career? CHRISSIE:
CHRIS: Who have been some of your favorite photographers to work with?
CHRIS: You’re a prolific blogger. About how much time do you spend a day writing posts for your blog? CHRISSIE:
CHRIS: You’ve recently written a book; Diaries of a Glamour Puss Model. How long was it in the making? CHRISSIE:
CHRIS: You made it almost to the final cut on Paris Hilton’s British Best Friend. Did everyone pretty much get along while filming that show or was there really some bad blood between some? CHRISSIE:
CHRIS: Have you kept in touch with Paris Hilton or any of the other contestants since the show?
CHRIS: Do you have any plans to branch out more into acting? CHRISSIE:
CHRIS: Do you have any special skills or talents that most people don’t know about? CHRISSIE:
CHRIS: Well, thanks for the little exclusive interview, Chrissie. In closing, any shout-outs to anyone?
A clip of Chrissie doing something entertaining or perhaps on of her vlogs
would have gone above. Instead, here’s a 5-second test pattern.
Links to Chrissie’s blog, IMDb page, and social media pages would have gone here.
Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, Chris flirted with the music business there and in Nashville before joining the U.S. Army and serving in South Korea. He remained in Asia for several years afterwards, teaching English and covering the regional entertainment scenes. Currently in a mindset between Seoul and San Francisco, besides Idol Features, you can also catch his writings in the print edition of the quarterly magazine, Effective.