I'm here tonight with a special guest, A.J. Cook, who just saw the birth of her last movie. Hi, A.J., and welcome to Even More Useless Celebrity Factoids.
It's a pleasure being here, your pleasure.
Could you tell us the story of your next movie?
Just a hint. The title of the film is "Sharon, Richard and the coyote". There are a man and a woman. They live together in Dallas. Sharon is a bricklayer while Richard is a medium. When Sharon's pet coyote Sambaloo contracts tennis elbow, they begin an adventurous journey to search for Gladiospamia neglecta (a rare tree growing in Haiti only), whose roots can save the coyote.
Who were you in your first school play?
It was a play on the life of Benjamin Franklin. I played Aquaman until somebody got smart.
Your zodiac sign is Cancer. Are you a typical Cancer?
Gosh no! I'm a little irritable, somehow lethargic, yielding and restless. My friends say that I'm also a bit paradoxical but that I think it is common in artist.
Do you know Mark Edwards (a former enrolled nurse, now an electrical linesworker) from Riverside?
No, I don't, but my aunt has been briefly betrothed to him. Then there was some commotion about some warped photographs sent by phone to the wrong people, so their engagement came to an abrupt finale.
Your line of work is often stressful. How do you face it?
To make my ego stronger, I often take a nap on a bunk made of thorns profusely dusted with pepper.
Is there something you would like to do right now?
Quite. Drink something costly.
Do you Google yourself often?
Not so often anymore. Say every three hours. But lately Google often says "Including results for A.J. Ciok", who happens to be a biomedical engineer from Fresno. That's quite distressing, but not as much worrisome as learning that for Yahoo my name sounds like a horrible blasphemy in Mongolian.
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