A talk with Maggie Grace
Maggie Grace
Maggie Grace born September 21st, 1983 (Virgo)
After an innocuous bizarre accident with her dirigible, Maggie Grace has lived for 2 months in the Kinabalu rainforest. She was alone, except for her canary Talina and her strong personality (source)

Are you aware of the rumors about you and the dune buggy appearing in your last movie?
Kowabunga! How did you people find out!? It wasn't my fault, and whatever rumour you heard about it has been distorted by the tabloids.

Do you use a pseudonym when you book, say, a limo? You know, to protect your privacy and to dodge reporters and stalkers
Absolutely! I'll go to extremes to escape those imps. I usually adopt the alias "Maggie Groce".

Have you ever had a supernatural experience?
Every day! I mostly choose super-natural indie products, because I pay attention to my beauty and my followers. For example, this week I have a crush for amaranth seeds and kale chips, both fantastic with pulled pork.

When your are not acting, which is your preferred pastime?
I think that collecting and trading USB keys rests my mind.

Which super power do you have?
Well... I can swimming in burning lava, but only on new moon nights.

What’s in your pocket right now?
A tricky question. As this talk is a creation of your naughty neurons, I'm totally in the nude, so no pockets at all.

Could you tell us the story of your next movie?
Just a hint. It is the story of Karen, a painter from Chicago. She is kidnapped by a secretive organization and she is obliged to compose absurd "thoroughlY coUnterfeit inTerviews" for some web site, from a concealed underwater cubicle. (If I can't be located, tell Steven I always loved him...)

Apart from acting, is there something you do exceptionally well?
You know, I do a great imitation of an armadillo, usually for kids or everybody willing to wait the 20 minutes I need to find concentration.

Maggie Grace refused to let me know her home telephone number, but here are a few random numbers you can dream about :
664477821 4947664949 8682027765 4866572197 4762511344 266404842 8830294586 4402401325 7765333383 362630050 424672109 8899782475 8136886739 2619552050 6235917606 254378014 5557087148 4152229055 6082143095 874596935
I queued up for many weeks before being able to have a little conversation with Maggie Grace. The resulting article was jaw-dropping, like it was written by Isaac Asimov in his prime. Hence, it was damaging, to put it mildly, that my cat (probably on purpose!) set my only copy on fire! After I restored my sobriety, I made an attempt to recall those awesome words. I want to be aboveboard here: I'm not so confident this web page contains a totally precise run-down of what transpired during our conversation, and so I'm starting to doubt it ever took place...
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