We’ve decided to make this November “Incomplete Interview Month,” in which we’ll be publishing halves of scheduled interviews that didn’t pan out because the interviewees didn’t reply to their e-mails. So, to kick off “Incomplete Interview Month,” here goes: Indie film actress Dani Lowe’s interview would have been a brief one, as her list of credits was fairly short when she accepted my interview offer. It still is, as of this writing. At left is where a photo of her would have been.
CHRIS CHARLES: Before you got into modeling and acting, you were a veterinarian? DANI LOWE:
CHRIS: You started out doing fashion, print, and runway modeling, right? Tell me how all that began. DANI:
CHRIS: You currently do some voice over acting. Ever voiced any characters much unlike how you normally sound? DANI:
CHRIS: You played Nurse Callie Spencer in Maniac Bloodbath and Psycho Killer Bloodbath. Do you think you’ll stick mostly with the horror genre or would you like to other types of films? DANI:
CHRIS: Do you have any credits that don’t appear on your IMDb yet? DANI:
CHRIS: Is there a sort of “dream role” you’d like to play? DANI:
CHRIS: Who would you most like to work with in the independent film industry? DANI:
CHRIS: I’ve interviewed a few other indie actresses from Texas. Do you find the Texas independent film industry gratifying enough to stay in the Lone Star State or have you considered moving to LA? DANI:
CHRIS: What are your hobbies? DANI:
CHRIS: I usually ask this because, of course, I get some unexpected answers: What is something you can tell me about yourself that I couldn’t find out about you by going online and doing research on you? DANI:
CHRIS: Well, I’m happy to add you to the list of talented ladies I’ve features at this site, Dani. In closing, any shout-outs, plugs, or promos you like to mention?
If Dani would have had an acting reel or I found a clip or trailer featuring her, it
would have gone above. Instead, enjoy this five-second SMPTE test pattern.
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.