10 QUESTIONS with Kelly LeBrock
Kelly LeBrock is probably best known for her outstanding roles as Charlotte in The Woman in Red and Lisa in Weird Science, although most recently, she applied her dazzling screen presence to a little comedy called Gamers. In her spare time, she raises three beautiful children, as well as several goats, horses, and dogs. And somehow, she still finds time to be nice to all the geeks on our crew. So join us as we sit down for 10 questions with the lovely and talented Kelly LeBrock.
1- How did you get involved with the film “Gamers”?
Everyone else was out of town, so Chris gave me a call.
2- What was your first impression upon reading the script?
I liked its quirkiness and thought it would be different.
3 Tell us about your first meeting with Gamers’ director Christopher Folino at the Beverly Hills Hotel.
It was love at first sight. Chris is awesome. I asked him what he had done and he told me an in-house company video. I loved his honesty and smile.
4- In Gamers you play the part of Angela’s mom. Tell us a little about your character and how you prepared for the role.
My role was already prepared, I drew from my own life and let’s face it, everyone loves an orgasm.
5- What do you think about very attractive women dating geeks? Is this something you would consider? What if they have their own car?
Love has many faces. I’ve dated jerks, so why not geeks?
6- You became a Hollywood icon in the ‘80s with the successes of Woman in Red and Weird Science. How did this affect your outlook on life and on the entertainment industry?
My first two films were so big that it became hard to even go out, so I headed to the hills to enjoy real life.
7- What made you decide to move away from the Hollywood lifestyle to live in the countryside?
My children are my whole life. Success for me its to raise happy, healthy human beings.
8- Have you ever played any role-playing games? Had you even heard of role-playing games before working on this film?
Only in bed.
9- Would you be open to working with the team from Gamers on future projects?
Yes, I loved all of them.
10- If you could have dinner with anyone, living or dead (no relatives or religious figures), who would it be and why?
Colin Powell (who I am actually having dinner with in February) because I think he is one of the few decent people we’ve had in Washington.