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Eve Plumb as "Miss Abigail" Photo By Carol Rosegg

Tonight I had the opportunity to see “Miss Abigail’s Guide To Dating, Mating, and Marriage” for a second time, but the first time since it officially opened. Written by Ken Davenport and Sarah Saltzberg and starring Eve Plumb (“Jan Brady” from “The Brady Bunch, “Fudge’s Mother” on “Fudge”) as “Miss Abigail” and Manuel Herrera (“Legally Blond” and “West Side Story” on Broadway) as her ever so faithful assistant “Paco,” “Miss Abigail’s Guide To Dating, Mating, and Marriage” takes the audience on an interactive ride through dating, mating, and marriage tips, rituals, and techniques.

Photo By Carol Rosegg

Eve Plumb as "Miss Abigail" & Manuel Herrera as "Paco" Photo By Carol Rosegg

“Miss Abigail” demonstrates her techniques on how to flirt and attract the person you are interested in…whether it’s showing them your “This seat is available” look or seductively licking the “milk mustache” off of your lips or telling them their shoulders look tense and giving them a little massage, “Miss Abigail’s” advice my seem old fashioned, but is still quite relevant today (I have tried several of her techniques and have had great success). As “Miss Abigail” and “Paco” say in the show, “Sometimes you have to go backwards to go forwards.” There to assist “Miss Abigail’s” every need is her ever faithful assistant “Paco” who not only helps demonstrates these techniques, but tries to use a few of them himself! Always wanting to make sure “Miss Abigail” looks her best, “Paco” does whatever it takes to make that happen, even if that means being the bunt of the joke himself!

The chemistry between Eve and Manuel has really grown much stronger since I saw the show this past fall. Not only do they play off of the audience, but they really play off of each other really well, sometimes leaving the audience wondering, “Was that part of the show?” This fun and very entertaining show is so worth it. I have now left this show smiling, feel better than before I went in, and always being reminded that love is possible…I just have to try different techniques along the way!

Photo By Carol Rosegg

"Love, Lust, or Stalking" Photo By Carol Rosegg

If you’re looking for the perfect “date” show, girls night out, anniversary celebration, or just an evening of pure delight, then I would highly suggest checking out “Miss Abigail’s Guide To Dating, Mating, and Marriage” playing at Sophia’s Downstairs Theater (221 West 46th Street, between Broadway & 8th Ave). If you enter discount code DATING after you click on the performance you want to see, you can get discounted tickets for just $45! (Regular price: $75)

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Best known as “Jan Brady” from “The Brady Bunch,” Eve Plumb has had quite a career! Prior to getting cast in “The Brady Bunch,” Eve appeared in such television shows as “The Big Valley,” “It Takes A Theif,” and “Family Affair.” After “The Brady Bunch” ended, Eve finished high school and continued to act in such made-for-tv-movies as “Dawn: Portrait of a Teenage Runaway,” “Alexander: The Other Side of Dawn,” and “Little Women” and a host of others TV movies and appearances. As time went by, the popularity of “The Brady Bunch” continued on and several TV movies and series were created including “The Brady Girls Get Married,” “The Brady Brides,” “A Very Brady Christmas,” and “The Bradys.” Eve’s more recent TV appearances include appearing as the mother in the TV movie “Fudge” (based upon the Judy Blume books) which later became a series of the same name and a three-episode arc on “All My Children” as well as an episode of “Days of Our Lives.”

Eve has also studied improv acting at The Groundlings School in Los Angeles where she has appeared in many smaller theater productions of comedy plays, improv, and summer stock productions including “South Pacific.” In 2010, Eve appeared with Florence Henderson (her TV mom from “The Brady Bunch) in “Broadway Backwards 5” at Lincoln Center.

In addition to acting, Eve is an accomplished fine art painter and is currently represented in galleries across the US, often appearing at opening celebrations. She is also a spokesperson for Fredrix Canvas and donates many of her artwork to such charities as Wildhorse Ranch Rescue in Arizona, Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, and the Laguna College of Art and Design. For more on Eve’s art be sure to visit http://www.eveplumb.tv.

Currently, Eve is starring in the hit Off-Broadway show “Miss Abigail’s Guide to Dating, Mating, and Marriage” along with Manuel Herrera, written by Ken Davenport and Sarah Saltzberg at Sofia’s Downstairs Theatre (221 West 46th Street, between Broadway & 8th Avenue). For tickets to this hilariously fun show, click here!

1. Who or what inspired you to become a performer? I became a performer by accident- a children’s agent moved in next door to us when I was 6. Sent me on an audition, I got the job, and haven’t stopped working since.

2. Who is the one person you haven’t worked with that you would like to? Bette Davis. But she’s dead, so I guess that’ll never happen now.

3. Who is the most interesting person you’ve worked with? Leslie Nielsen. Very funny in real life!

4. What do you get from performing on stage that you don’t get from performing in television? Sore feet. I’m not used to wearing heels, as I do in Miss Abigail, and by the 3rd show on Saturday, I’m ready to sit down!

5. What drew you to the role of “Miss Abigail?” My agent. I was lucky enough to audition and get cast in the role, which is so much fun to do- couldn’t have made it up if I tried!

6. What’s the best advice you’ve ever received? “Show up, pay attention, tell the truth.”

7. Favorite way to spend your day off? A mix of getting errands done and lying around watching Turner Classic Movies.

8. Favorite skin care product? Bio Oil. Good moisturizer.

9. Favorite website? Pandora. Learned about a lot of other musicians from their “Genome.”

10. Superman or Wonder Woman? Wonder Woman. Cool plane.

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“Adaumbelle’s Quest” 2nd Anniversary

Photo by Ben Strothmann

I am so honored to be celebrating my 2nd Anniversary here at “Adaumbelle’s Quest.” It has been very exciting to have the continued opportunity to bring my love of entertainment and interviewing to so many people. I’m very humbled by the growth of “Adaumbelle’s Quest” in this second year and hope that this expansion continues.

I may be the face of this site, but “Adaumbelle’s Quest” would not be without each and everyone of you:

Every performer and artist I have had the opportunity to interview. The fact that you took time out of your lives to answer my questions is truly a dream come true for me.

Every press agent who has taken the time to help me get so many of my participants. I would not have been able to interview them without your assistance!

Each and every person who takes the time to read “Adaumbelle’s Quest,” whether it’s on a daily, weekly, monthly, or a whenever I can basis. I’m thrilled to have your support and the reality that I have fans is another dream come true for me.

My many friends who provide me with guidance and support, allow me to talk their ear off about ideas, always there to answer my infinite amount of computer questions, and those who help me with my logos, business cards, and buttons. How would I manage this all on my own? I’m so lucky to have you in my life!

ITBA for your support and giving me a place to meet other theater bloggers.

My family for their constant love and support.

    Photo by Ben Strothmann

So once again, thank you everyone from the bottom of my heart for all of the time, support, and love you give to me and this site. I’m amazed by these two years, not only of the growth of this site, but how this site has affected my personal growth. I’m so fortunate to have it and I don’t take anyone who has ever had an interaction with this site for granted. Thank you for sticking by me and I hope you all continue to do so!

    1. How do you decide who you want to interview? Initially it was artists and performers I have been a long time fan of, but it quickly became an outlet to also promote new talent I’m introduced to.

    2. Who has been your best and worst interview? You’ll have to wait for the book on this one! (hahahaha)…Seriously though, I just feel fortunate I’ve gotten to interview everyone I have because it’s been a dream of mine to be part of the entertainment community and I finally feel like I’m starting to move in.

    3. What are some of the most popular answers? That’s really tough because everyone is so individualized in their answers, but if I had to choose, many people answer Meryl Streep when I ask “Who is the one person you haven’t worked with that you would like to?”

    It’s pretty divided between Starbucks and Dunkin’ Donuts or they don’t like corporate coffee places when I ask “Starbucks or Dunkin’ Donuts?” It’s also pretty divided between “Superman” or “Wonder Woman,” though every now and then someone gets upset I only give choices for DC Comics. The reasoning behind that is growing up I wasn’t a big comic book fan, so when I watched superhero cartoons on TV, I didn’t know one was DC and one was Marvel. To me it was just a superhero. Plus, when I was thinking of these questions, I thought if two superheros were to have it out, it would be “Superman” and “Wonder Woman.”

    For “Boxers or Briefs”…most people answer boxer briefs, but briefs do seem to win out more over boxes, unless they go commando.

    4. Favorite place to write? My apartment and sometimes on vacation, but anywhere that can just allow me to be with my thoughts and little distraction.

    5. What’s the best advice you’ve ever received? “The impossible is something that hasn’t been tried”–Ernst Bulova. “You can’t get a yes without asking the question.”–Bob Trautman.

    6. What’s your proudest moment? The moment I realized I am finally living the life I always dreamed for myself, just in a completely different way than I imagined.

    7. Favorite way to spend your day off? Sleeping in, going to the gym, catching up on TV shows, hanging with friends, taking a nap, going for a walk, or drinking a vanilla chai tea latte.

    8. Favorite skin care product? Origins…Perfect World Toner, Perfect World for Eyes, Matte Scientist (which they recently discontinued…please bring it back!), Never A Dull Moment, Skin Diver, Checks and Balances, and Firefighter. I also used to love Susan Lucci’s hair care products and her Youthful Essence Microdermabrasion.

    9. Favorite TV Show? I’m sure there are many more, but this is what I could remember. Now: “90210,” “Desperate Housewives,” “Brothers and Sisters,” “Modern Family,” “Glee,” “Cougar Town,” “Mike and Molly,” “Hot in Cleveland,” and “Raising Hope.” Then: “The Golden Girls,” “Family Ties,” “Beauty and the Beast,” “Saved By The Bell,” “California Dreams,” “Beverly Hills 90210,” “Melrose Place,” “Donna Reed,” “Bewitched,” “Punky Brewster,” “Mr. Belvedere,” “Diff’rent Strokes,” “Silver Spoons,” “He-Man,” “She-Ra,” “GI Joe,” “Superfriends,” “Wonder Woman,” “Ellen” (TV sitcom), “The Class,” “Gobots,” “Jem and the Holograms,” “Bette,” “Sordid Lives: The Series,” “It’s All Relative,” “Strong Medicine,” “Any Day Now,” and “The Practice.”

    10. Favorite Comedian? Ellen DeGeneres, Wendy Liebman, Sandra Bernhard, Jessica Kirson, Leslie Jordan, Chelsea Handler, and Julie Halston.

    BONUS QUESTIONS:

    11. Favorite kind of sundae? Cookies & Cream ice cream with rainbow sprinkles.

    12. Peanut Butter: Crunchy or Smooth? Smooth, so it spreads perfectly when I make my yummy peanut butter and cheese sandwiches!

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I had the very fortunate experience of sitting down with the one and only hilariously talented Sarah Saltzberg after seeing “Miss Abigail’s Guide To Dating, Mating, and Marriage” (click here for my review)

A comedic genius, Sarah Saltzberg is the actress or writer you need to make sure your show is 100% laughable and enjoyable! On Broadway, Sarah entertained audiences for two years as “Logainne Schwartzandgrubenairre” in “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.” Prior to that she created and developed “Logainne” in “C-R-E-P-U-S-C-U-L-E” (upon which “Spelling Bee” is based), which she co-produced at the Theatorium in NYC, and appeared in both Barrington Stage productions. Most recently, Sarah lit up the stage in Off-Broadway’s “Junie B. Jones” at the Lucille Lortel Theater, in “Fat Camp” as part of NYMF, and in her one-woman show “Dear Diary” at Ars Nova as well as throughout NYC as part of the Upright Citizen’s Brigade. Sarah also entertains audiences with the late-night Broadway-themed improv show “Don’t Quit Your Night Job,” which she co-created and co-produces and she is the co-artistic director of Stage 13, a theater/production company dedicated to cultivating new and original stage, web, and film pieces.

Be sure to catch Sarah’s latest creation (along with Ken Davenport) “Miss Abigail’s Guide To Dating, Mating, and Marriage” starring Eve Plumb and fellow “Adaumbelle’s Quest” participant Manuel Herrera.

1. Who or what inspired you to become a performer? Ever since I was a little girl, I always wanted to perform and always been interested in writing. From a very young age I liked to write my own things which I think has been very helpful for me. I’m also a major control freak, so as I got older, I grew very tired of being told what to do. When you’re an actor, you are in a very submissive position where people make decisions for you. It’s very hard to be in the driver seat of your career because you could be very talented and not have the right hair color or you’re too short. And “Spelling Bee” was actually born out of that process. My best friend Liz’s older sister had this idea to do a show about a spelling bee and asked me, my friend Dan Fogler (whom I’ve been friends with since college) and Liz, if we wanted to be involved. We were like okay and we created the show and characters and really wrote it for ourselves. We were like look, this what we do, we’re improvisers and creators, so let’s just do this show and at the very least it will be fun. Honestly with that show there was never any expectation that it would have life outside the three-show run that we initially did. I remember doing the show and after the very first audience learning that we were getting a very wide demographic response. People were like oh this reminds of when I was in grade school and I got out on my spelling bee or this reminded me of when my boss yelled at me. It was then that I knew we had tapped into something and then really moved full steam ahead with it. I produced it early on, before David Stone came on board.  As a performer and a creator I was never like I’m going to change the world with this piece of art. It’s like how can I create an experience for like an hour and a half that is really fun and that people have a good time and maybe they have a little emotional movement as well. For me, it’s never been about life changing, it’s like I want to create an experience that is enjoyable for people and I want to entertain them. That is the same with “Don’t Quit Your Night Job” and this show, “Miss Abigail’s Guide To Dating, Mating, and Marriage.”

2. Who’s the one person you haven’t worked with that you would like to? I love David Bowie and I love the movie “Labyrinth” and of course in my crazy dream I would create a musical of “Labyrinth” and David Bowie would be my co-writer and we would hang out and he would tell me all about his crazy times in the 70s. It’s incredibly far-fetched I know. I also feel that there are certain iconic people in this world that sort of go beyond musicians or writers and I feel like those are the people that are interesting and I would love to work with. For instance, Ken Davenport, who’s my co-writer of “Miss Abigail…” He’s a writer, he’s a very successful producer, and so he’s able to know like when I throw in some weird-dark joke and he’ll be like that is too weird and too dark for this show. We can not do that. He’s right most of the time. He knows what he’s talking about. It’s a real pleasure to work with someone who’s able to do many different things. He’s very patient and it’s been so great to work with him. I feel honored.

3. What’s the best advice you’ve ever received? My parents are both child psychologists and they never really knew why I wanted to be a performer, but they were always super supportive of me and I know a lot of people who’s parents are not so supportive of them when they go into the arts. I was waitressing to pay my bills and my dad was like it’s much better to be a non starving artist. For the first year I was in NY and worked a lot waitressing. It was sort of soul destroying, but I would talk to my parents about the different people I would meet and as I was telling them, I thought if I wrote a play about the different people I met, people wouldn’t believe they existed, but I know they exist. My parents were like, well maybe you could use that. I was like of course I can. Instead of being like oh my gosh I have to go to work again, this sucks, I hate my boss, just being like I’m going to use this as character study. I used it as fodder for story telling because that is what I feel like I do, being a real story teller, and those odd jobs taught me how to retell a story in a susynced way that is also interesting.

4. If you couldn’t be doing what you are doing now, what career would you choose? Well, actually, I already have two careers…In addition to being a writer/actor, I’m also a real estate broker. It’s a full time thing as well and I work in Harlem and I’ve been there almost 10 years and I have a team of about 25 agents that help me run these listings. I do rentals, new developments, and sales. It’s always been important to me to have income that is not from the arts because I create my art from my heart and it’s never about money. It’s great when the stuff makes money, but my real estate career is where my money comes from. It’s interesting work because my worlds collide sometimes…I’ve gotten a lot of places for friends and have learned about the business side of the arts through this other area. I remember when “Spelling Bee” went to Broadway, people were like are you going to stop doing real estate and I was like, no I love real estate.

5. What’s your most embarrassing audition? Don’t worry, I will tell you. It was my first year in NY and I auditioned for “Stomp.” I knew it was an Off-Broadway show and that it was hip and edgy, but I didn’t know too much else. I sent my materials and they called me in and I was like great, I got an audition for “Stomp.” I show up at The Orpheum and there’s a drum kit on stage (Sarah to me: I know we just met, but you can get a sense of who I am and I’m not a drummer). The whole creative team is there and they’re like for some of you guys this is a call back and for some of you this is your first time here, so what we are going to do is have you go up on stage and do your best drum solo and I said to myself, “You’ve got to be kidding me.” So I go up and every other person there has like black cut off gloves and spiky hair and tattered jeans and I don’t.  I’m called up third and we’re all lined up and as I’m in line, I look down the line and everybody has their own drum sticks. I said to the girl next to me, “Did you bring your own drum sticks or did you get them somewhere? She was like, “No, I brought them” and I laughed and said ” Could I borrow them when I go” and she was like okay. So I go up to the stage and the first few people did these crazy drum solos and then it was my turn and I remembered from the ad, “Don’t necessarily need to play an instrument, but you need to have a big personality.” I was like, “they want a big personality, they’re gonna get a big personality.” So I stood behind the drum set and I bang the drum with a boom, boom, while shouting I’m in “Stooooomp.” Nobody clapped and then I shouted “Thank Youuu” and I walk down the stairs to go sit down and remembered I had the girl’s drum sticks, so I had to walk back up the stairs and I whispered “Thank You, Good Luck” to her. That was my  worst/most embarrassing audition. But I said to myself, “Next time I’m going to see the show before I audition because that was a nightmare.” and now it’s just makes a good story.

6. Favorite skin care product? A good moisterizer, especially in the winter. I use Cetaphil, but years ago, I was like only the best, but the best was so expensive (it was like having a cocaine habbit, the best cost so much, and I thought I might as well have the cocaine, but I didn’t want that), and the Cetaphil was only $10 every three months, so I was like Cetaphil that’s what I’ll use.

7. Favorite kind of shoes? I like a very high heel, but I live in NY and walk around a lot, so it has to be very comfortable. As I’ve gotten older, I’ve realized the very comfortable ones are very expensive, like Marc Jacobs, but you can walk around all day in them and they won’t destroy your feet. So, a very expensive shoe is my favorite!

8. Favorite comedian? I love Ricky Gervais, Christopher Guest, Eugene Levy, Catherine O’Hara. I’m a big fan of Amy Poehler and Tina Fey. I feel “Saturday Night Live” is very hard for women and I feel Amy & Tina were like “nope, we don’t care what anybody thinks, we are doing our own thing.” That was very inspiring to me. I think it’s so awesome that they went onto their own thing.

9. Favorite TV Show? I love “Modern Family” because my friend Jesse Tyler Ferguson is on it and not just because Jesse’s on it, but also because I think it’s an incredibly well written, tight show. Every script is so well done. Every actor is so great, so well cast, and so funny. There’s always just a little bit of darkness and edginess to it and I appreciate that on prime time television. I’m a big fan of “Law & Order: SVU,” which you can tell because of the “Law & Order” music I put in to “Miss Abigail’s Guide to Dating, Mating, and Marriage.” I also love “Breaking Bad,” so amazing, very dark. I love “Mad Men.” What are some classic shows that you love? Well, growing up, I would always watch “SCTV,” the old “Saturday Night Live,” Thursday night line up: “The Cosby Show” and “Family Ties.” It’s funny because sometimes I go back and watch them now and there were some very edgy episodes. Ken and I were talking about one the other day, I can’t remember what show, but it dealt with child abuse (Me: Oh “Diff’rent Strokes” when Arnold and Sam went to the photographer/bike shop).  I was like, wow, that was the 80s. I also love “The Golden Girls,” a big Bea Arthur fan (Me: I was more of a Betty and Rue fan, but I’m a little partial to Rue because I got to interview her for this blog before she passed away. Sarah: My friend Liz just wrote for Betty’s new show “Hot In Cleavland” and she was like Betty is super sweet. It was a real treat for her to get to write for Betty because she is such a big fan of hers).

10. Favorite website? Other than Facebook, my friend just turned me on to Modcloth, it’s a site with all “Mad Men” type dresses, but they are all around $50 and I’m like this is GREAT! They also have home decorations and I’m so into that.

11. Superman or Wonder Woman? Wonder Woman.

BONUS QUESTIONS:

12. If you could dream about anyone while you sleep, who would it be? I enjoy when my dreams are very bizarre and I’m big into analyzing dreams like if you dream about mustard, you dream about…I really think I just dream about whatever I was thinking about before I fall asleep. A more fun thing to dream about would be Johnny Depp or John Hamm taking me out on an awesome adventure.

13. Do you have any strange or unusual talent that nobody knows about? I’m very good at making lanyard bracelets and by very, I mean that was my very first business. I was in fourth grade and I was like “I’m setting up shop. Who wants butterflies with their initials in it?” I had a whole box of materials and made my own patterns. Oh, it was intense. I always felt weird charging for them, so I’d be like “Sweatheart, shhh, don’t tell anyone, but I’m gonna cut you a deal and give it to you for free.” I would do that for everyone and then I was like this not very profitable because I just want to give them to my friends. So, if you ever need lanyard bracelets, Saltzberg is your girl!

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When I leave a show smiling, feeling lighter than when I went in, and able to forget my stresses of the day, I know the show did it’s job. That is exactly how I felt after seeing the new Off-Broadway comedy “Miss Abigail’s Guide To Dating, Mating, and Marriage” written by Ken Davenport and upcoming “Adaumbelle’s Quest” participant Sarah Saltzberg. “Miss Abigail’s Guide To Dating, Mating, and Marriage” stars Eve Plumb as “Miss Abigail” and fellow “Adaumbelle’s Quest” participant Manuel Herrera as her sidekick “Paco” who take you through a hilarious 90 minutes of dating, mating, and marriage tips. A funny book, audience interaction, Eve Plumb’s energy and great comedic timing by Manuel Herrera make this show very enjoyable. Some of the “Miss Abigail’s” dating tips are “Show your best ‘This seat is available look'” or “Lick your lips seductively as you wipe that whip cream off your upper lip.” These funny, yet usable tips, along with good chemistry between Eve and Manuel kept the audience laughing.

This is an evening of pure, light-hearted fun that left me smiling and happy. Give yourself and friend/partner an evening of light-hearted fun by going to see “Miss Abigail’s Guide to Dating, Mating, and Marriage” at Sofia’s Downstairs Theater (221 West 46th Street, between Broadway & 8th Ave in NYC).

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Manuel Herrera is an actor on the rise! His Broadway credits include “West Side Story,” “Legally Blonde,” “Sweet Charity,” “Wicked,” and “The Music Man.” Off-Broadway, Manuel has been seen in “The Seven” while film audiences have seen him in “Sex and the City 2” as “Sergio.” Manuel’s numerous commercial work includes Mohegan Sun, Joe Boxer, Winterfresh Gum, Mervyns, and Optimum Online. Now Manuel can be seen starring alongside Eve Plumb (the original “Jan Brady”) in the hilarious new musical comedy “Miss Abigail’s Guide to Dating, Mating, and Marriage!” at Sofia’s Downstairs Theatre in NYC (221 West 46th Street, between Broadway and & 8th Ave).

1. Who inspired you to become a performer? I would have to say %100 Michael Jackson.

2. Who is the one person you haven’t worked with that you would like to? Wow, thats hard!! I guess, I would have to say Joe Mantello. I know I’ve worked with him before, but I’ve never worked with him on a play, and that’s what I would really want to do.

3. If you couldn’t be doing what you are doing now, what career would you choose? Probably real-estate, I really enjoy it. I think I would be more of a flipper, than a realtor though.

4. Do you have any strange or unusual talent that nobody knows about? I haven’t done it in a while, but I guess I would have to say drawing. When I was younger I won an award at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, for a drawing that I did.

5. Favorite meal off the $1 menu? I’m not a big fast food person anymore, but if I were gonna do it I would get Chicken McNuggets!!

6. Favorite skin care product? I really like that Anthony’s skin care line for men. Especially the after shave in-grown hair cream.

7. Favorite way to stay in shape? Going to the gym, and doing the Body-For-Life routine mixed with interval training cardio exercises, and throwing in different things I see in Mens Health.

8. Boxers or Briefs? Calvin Klein briefs for sure.

9. Favorite website? Probably Petfinder.com, and of course missabigailsguide.com!!!

10. Superman or Wonder Woman? Superman! 1. Because, I don’t know much about Wonder Woman, and B. Because, I’ve always wanted to look like a muscle man.

BONUS QUESTIONS:

11. What’s the best advice you’ve ever received? “Be in the moment” (That’s for all facets of life. It’s not just an acting thing).

12. If you could dream about anyone while you sleep, who would it be? I’m lucky because she sleeps with me every night, I don’t have to dream. My Wife!!!

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