I first interviewed my friend, actress Lisa London, via e-mail for the website RetroJunk about a decade or so ago. Although I’d been doing interviews for several years by that point, I was still a little rusty. I remained friends with Lisa, though, and a decade or so later, I reached out to her about doing a second interview, this time on the phone for Pop Geeks. She agreed, and we spoke recently about some of her credits from the past decade, while also approaching some of her older credits from new angles. I hope you all enjoy this follow-up interview.
I first came to know of Max Wasa when I recorded the Andy Sidaris movie Savage Beach off of Cinemax one evening. Years later, when I saw that she was going to be doing a horror movie that was to be directed by another one of my Facebook friends, I knew that I had to interview her. Max Wasa is a very diverse performer. She’s an actress, a singer, a model, a podcast host…She does all sorts of things, and she does them very well. I had the chance to interview her on May 9th, 2016, and I hope you all enjoy getting to know her.