yut.me
SAME >
OTHER >
< INDEX
An interview with Madeline Zima
< INDEX
SAME >
OTHER >
Madeline Zima
Madeline Zima born September 16th, 1985 (Virgo)
tweet
fb
photo
Madeline Zima's experiment to launch a new fragrance pour homme scented with durian fruits essence has been a tremendous fail (source)

What’s your worst defect?
I am too generous and usually I'm too humble.

Have you ever participated in a séance?
Yes! It was an unsettling experience. At a certain point, the spirit of Oppenheimer manifested and determined that almost surely I'm the reincarnation of a Richard Wagner's homonym.

Do you do your own shopping?
I say not! Actually, I pay a squad of shopping gurus to elaborate my grocery list and e-mail it to a team of pro buyers scattered around the world. For the garnments, always a critical issue, I ever employ a crew of surrogates, one for each body part.

Madeline, which is your favorite fruit?
I call it "Madeline's marvel". In the middle of one of my peregrinations in the Borneo jungle, I discovered a shrub unknown to botanists, now named Lycotropa recondita, that blooms only every 10 years. It then gives fruits whose taste reminds of oranges and ranch dressing. It may seem disagreeable, but it's kind of moreish.

Which is the worst DVD (or blu-ray) you personally bought?
Sacre bleu! Excluding "Hobgoblins", probabably it is "Next" or "The Shaggy Dog".

What motivates you to act?
Oxygen deficiency, because to act is like to breath for me.

Are you allergic to anything?
Sure thing! I have a little intolerance to nonsense, beaver tears (please, don't ask!), and butane.

You seem to be always so jovial and joyful. Do you also have a dark side?
I do. I do believe that each of us has two sides. At times, when I look at another artist, my teeth rattle with fury and I convulse with aversion. And suddenly, I fight the need to obliterate her sneering smug look. And then there is my dark side... You do not want to hear about it.

Almost surely none of the following numbers are Madeline Zima's secret telephone number :
4796752145 9583759850 6843247940 499481340 5391521179 7465381738 2419755898 641168073 5968904236 8220448949 675614209 9704737521 7297182697 7353389396 7887845412 6117884223 535491912 693547341 6913835334 688335024
I lined up a hurried talk with Madeline Zima several weeks in advance. The resulting piece was great, like "The Old Man and the Sea" rewritten by Doctor Doom. It was awfully unfortunate that my uncle Henry by accident (I assume) set my only copy on fire! After I recounted my vitals, I made an effort to recollect those amazing words. To be aboveboard, I'm not really so sure this web page is an absolutely genuine chronicle of our interview, and I'm starting to wonder if it ever happened...
Other interviews worth checking:
Donald Trump Mariska Hargitay Nick Jonas Maggie Grace Pauley Perrette Allison Janney Ryan Hurst Leighton Meester Sharon Stone Cher Shakira Brie Larson Katy B Liza Minnelli Nicholas D'Agosto Thomas Brodie-Sangster Aaron Taylor-Johnson Kim Basinger Norman Reedus Heather Graham
NOTE: the above interview may not reflect reality.