I recently had the opportunity to exclusively interview Lisa London about five random facts about herself, what goal does she hope to achieve before the end of the year. Plus what lesson she has learned since the pandemic . Check out my interview with Lisa London below:
Loryn: What's something new you've learned about yourself during this pandemic?
Lisa: I have been flourishing during the covid chaos....and have done lots of reflecting as I feel so blessed to be living my best life/working non stop and healthy! I know all my hard work/dedication to my craft/discipline of staying in top shape physically & acting chops- has all paid off. My career is blossoming because I have been undaunted and determined to grow, adapt, and be creative and open during these crazy times. I have learned the true meaning of where there is a will there is a way!
Loryn: What's a goal you hope to achieve before next year?
Lisa: At least start to gather all my clips I need from all the films I've starred in 2020!
Loryn: Who is an actor or actress you'd like to work with?
Lisa: Colin Farrell/Ryan Gosling/Charlie Hunnam/Nuno Lopes/Lior Raz/Idris Elba/Joel Kinnaman/Billy Crudup(I was in last episode season1 The Morning Show but did not work w/him) Kerry Washington/Gal Gadot/Mireille Enos/Anya Taylor Joy/Diane Kruger/Marion Cotillard/Anegelina Joli/Elizabeth Moss/Jessica Lange
Loryn: What advice would you give a young professional who wants to become an actor?
Lisa: If you don't need to be an actor as much as you need to breath then choose another career .An actor never "completes" a job - we are always in the process of being and becoming every moment and aspect of life to portray characters that live in all humanity. Competition and importance of art is a lifelong journey of excellence and soul searching and deserves and demands only the most inspired. And if you do pursue the dream of acting - let it be to be a working actor-not the diluted world of fame but the existence of an artist. Noble not notorious.
Loryn: What's something people would be surprised to learn about you?
Lisa: Ha don't know why this popped into my head - but here it is - I never remember any of my dialogue - maybe a line or two - from any of my plays/movies/TV shows - when I am done performing. That is very odd because I'm known as a quick memorizer and am word perfect in the moment in front of the camera or on the stage...hmmm my brain making room for the next role?!