A conversation with Julie Gonzalo
Julie Gonzalo
Julie Gonzalo born September 9th, 1981 (Virgo)
During an unsettling gathering, Julie Gonzalo was momentarily transformed into a non-demoniac goat (pixabay photo)

Apart from acting, what one thing do you do exceptionally well?
You know, I do a great imitation of a coyote, usually for kids or everybody willing to pay big bucks to assist.

If I may ask, do you have any particular phobia?
Oh yeah! I have acquired an unreasonable phobia for venetian blinds, by reason of a freak accident happened to my aunt. I'm also scared by Ouija boards, but that is quite normal.

Could you tell us something about the story of your next movie?
Yes sir! It is the story of Michelle, a cook from Memphis. She is seized by a secretive individual and she is forced to write stupid "radicallY bogUs encounTers" for some web site, from an obscure lab. (If I can't be salvaged, tell Donald I never loved him...)

Which is the most shameful DVD in your possession?
Sacre bleu! Apart from "Disaster Movie", which was a gift, I fear it is "Year One" or "Jack and Jill".

Could you tell us what's your earliest memory?
I have a somehow fuzzy and quite strange recollection. There is a very huge warehouse filled with wooden boxes. An old geezer moves a big wooden box with "top-secret" burned on it and disappears in the maze of boxes.

Actually I believe that is a famous scene from the film "Riders of the Lost Ark".
Holy moly! To be frank, yesterday night I drowsed at a film festival.

Don't you think it is time you write an autobiography?
Yes! It is lamentable that I have little time, if any, to put down the words, as we writers like to say. Last month I've seen the cover illustration of "Of Mice and Men", and I found it quite palatable. Hence, I told my agent to call the author - a certain John Steinbeck - since I truly need a ghost writer, but for the moment I've not heard any answer.

Who were you in your first school play?
It was a play on the life of Gore Vidal. I played the midwife, so my part lasted about 15 seconds.

There is no possibility any of these is Julie Gonzalo's home telephone number :
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I waited forever for an occasion to have a little conversation with Julie Gonzalo. The resulting interview was amazing, like it was written by Jack London under the influence of too much whiskey. So, it was lamentable that my koala by accident (I assume) destroyed my only copy! After I put myself together, I attempted to remember those wondrous words. I want to be straight, I'm not really sure this web page is an entirely factual chronicle of our conversation, and so I'm starting to wonder if it ever took place...
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