What would have been Bunny Stewart’s interview

Not Bunny StewartEven when an interview request is accepted with a great deal of enthusiasm, there’s still a fair chance it will end up in the Incomplete Interview File™, as some have. Such is the case here. However, since I gave actress and dancer Bunny Stewart every opportunity within a very reasonable amount of time to have an interview (through e-mail, in real time via Skype, and even a one-question interview), published here and she simply never followed-through, I strongly doubt her enthusiasm was ever genuine. So, enjoy the following questions Bunny Stewart didn’t answer, despite her enthusiasm to do so. At left is where a photo of Bunny would have been.

 

 

 

 


Not Bunny Stewart
Above is where a photo of Bunny would have been and here would have been the caption.

CHRIS CHARLES: Thanks so much for doing this, Bunny. So, we’re both Northern Californians. Were you born and raised in the Sacramento area?
BUNNY STEWART:

CHRIS: I understand you will be performing at the Sacramento Kings halftime show next month with the Sacramento Kings dancers?
BUNNY:

CHRIS: Were you ever a cheerleader in school?
BUNNY:

CHRIS: You have quite a modeling portfolio. I assume modeling came before acting?
BUNNY:

CHRIS: What have been some of your favorite photo shoot locations?
BUNNY:

CHRIS: Even though you clearly state on your modeling profile that you don’t do nude modeling, are you still often asked if you will?
BUNNY:

CHRIS: You also have quite a few credits as a makeup artist.
BUNNY:

Not Bunny Stewart
Above is where a photo of Bunny would have been and here would have been the caption.

CHRIS: On to your acting. Was Julie Bellows in Predatory Lender your first film role?
BUNNY:

CHRIS: Which film would you say was the most fun to shoot?
BUNNY:

CHRIS: How about the most difficult?
BUNNY:

CHRIS: Have you ever had any mishaps while shooting a scene?
BUNNY:

CHRIS: Are you now shooting scenes for Fight 4 Your Life?
BUNNY:

CHRIS: What can you tell me about your character in the upcoming film, Pain Killers?
BUNNY:

CHRIS: How about Rabid Christmas?
BUNNY:

CHRIS: Is there anyone in indie films, on either side of the camera, you would really like to work with?
BUNNY:

Not Bunny Stewart
Above is where a photo of Bunny would have been and here would have been the caption.

CHRIS: I won’t ask for any names, but have you worked with some, on either side of the camera, you’ll never work with again?
BUNNY:

CHRIS: What would you say has been your most physically challenging role so far?
BUNNY:

CHRIS: Do you stick to a strict diet and workout routine to stay in such good shape?
BUNNY:

CHRIS: Do you have any interests or hobbies most people don’t know about?
BUNNY:

CHRIS: With that, I’ll thank you again for doing this with me Bunny. In closing, any shout-outs to anyone?
BUNNY:

CHRIS: Oh just one last question: When you were on the runway modeling the outfit for Macy’s at the Foster Hope event and your phone rang in your bag and you answered right there on the runway, was that staged or did you legit just took a call right then and there?
BUNNY:

 


Not Bunny Stewart
Above is where a photo of Bunny would have been and here would have been the caption.
Not Bunny Stewart
Above is where a photo of Bunny would have been and here would have been the caption.

A video featuring Bunny would have gone above and here would have been
the caption. Instead, enjoy this 5-second SMPTE test pattern.

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