A talk with Jodi Lyn O'Keefe
Jodi Lyn O'Keefe
Jodi Lyn O'Keefe born October 10th, 1978 (Libra)
The merry attitude of fans who have crossed paths with Jodi Lyn O'Keefe (pixabay photo)

Jodi, you are well known for your particular requests when staying in hotels. Is it true? Could you explain us why and maybe make an example of something you may ask?
Lately I've found that I can't live without Ukrainian dandelions or industrially-made pasta delivered daily to my room.

Could you tell us something about your future project?
Yep. I'm on the set of the remake of "Fred Claus", a little masterpiece whose value has not been acknowledged.

Jodi, how do you invest the money you made acting?
I'm not supposed to tell anybody, but I invested my fortune in a super-clever scheme developed by a financial genius named Charles Panzi, an expert of high-yield investment programs. I'll let you know his phone, but I could not talk to him in the last month.

Where do you go when you die?
Deeply underground, usually. If you are incinerated then your remains can waste space in a funny box in somebody's cabinet of curiosities.

Could you improvise a song for us.
Yep! Here it is

Everthing you took away
You took away the emotions,
you took your love away from me.
A photo, a pen forgotten in a drawer
the glum souvenirs of you.
You took your love away from me,
everything I care you took away,
so how come your cousin is here to stay?

A fictional character you recognize as an imaginary friend?
None, but maybe George W. Bush, because of our deep clever eyes.

Could you tell us something about the story of your next movie?
That's right! It is the story of Margaret, a multimedia specialist from Los Angeles. She is kidnapped by a mysterious individual and she is forced to create silly "entirelY Unreliable Talks" for some web site, from a concealed underwater lab. (If you can't rescue me, tell Justin I always loved him...)

Do you like to cook?
To be frank, I think that preparing food is a huge waste of time, since there are restaurants and cafeterias willing to deliver my daily intake of fats and vitamines. In the few occasions I have to cook for my disciples, I like to create salads. My cornerstone is a mix of spam and bean sprouts, which I believe can be suited for both vegans and normal people.

Would you like to share the recipe?
Sure! You take the spam and the bean sprouts and you make a bunch of sandwiches using some bread rolls.

Bread rolls?
Do not mind, my recipe comes from one for sandwiches. After you made the sandwiches, you discard the bread and mix spam and bean sprouts with some paprika and you are done!

Here is a list of numbers I have already excluded from being Jodi Lyn O'Keefe's private telephone number :
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I sat tight for weeks before being able to have a little exchange with Jodi Lyn O'Keefe. The resulting interview was awesome, like it was written by the ghost of Truman Capote under the effects of unhealthy beverages. So, it was untoward, to put it mildly, that my dog shredded my only copy! After I dissimulated devastating emotions, I tried to recapture those marvelous words. To be honest here: I'm not one hundred percent sure this web page contains a perfectly truthful account of our interview, and thus I'm beginning to wonder if it ever was real...
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