I first interviewed Kathleen Wilhoite via e-mail for the website RetroJunk in 2011. I was making my way closer to normalcy, but I still had some distance to go. Thankfully, Kathleen’s work in movies like Private School, Witchboard and Murphy’s Law helped get me through those times. As I’ve matured, I’ve made efforts to return to previous interview subjects for new takes and new stories, and so it is with Kathleen Wilhoite. I spoke to her on Monday, September 9th, and I hope you all enjoy getting to know about this fantastic talent.
I first interviewed Kimmy Robertson in 2016, and ever since then, we’ve regularly exchanged texts and had conversations with each other. Kimmy has become a very good friend of mine, and an ally to turn to when I’m experiencing dark times. For all we covered in our initial interview, there was a lot that we didn’t have the chance to discuss, and one topic that couldn’t be talked about due to secrecy at the time. I knew that Take 2 had to happen, so we talked on Monday, March 18th about a whole new array of topics.
In November, I reached out to actress and dancer Galyn Görg about an interview. Galyn Görg is a versatile talent as both an actress and a dancer, and she had achieved fame on two continents. In America, she appeared in music videos for talents like Lionel Richie, ZZ Top and The Jacksons, and has made memorable appearances in movies like RoboCop 2 and Point Break. In Italy, she became well-known as a dancer and television host. On December 13th, I interviewed Galyn about all those things and more, and I hope you all enjoy getting to know this wonderful talent.
My first exposure to Kimmy Robertson’s work came as a young Disney fan. In 1989, I saw Honey, I Shrunk The Kids, where Kimmy played Gloria Forrester, and that was followed by seeing The Little Mermaid and Beauty And The Beast in theaters. In the former, Kimmy voiced one of Ariel’s sisters, and in the latter, she voiced Fifi (often incorrectly called Babette in current merchandise), one of the many enchanted objects in The Beast’s castle. As I grew older, I saw her as Rose in The Last American Virgin, another movie I came to admire very much after having some initial worries about the picture. I first introduced myself to Kimmy on Facebook in 2013, and I had the great pleasure of interviewing her on March 1st, 2016. I hope you all enjoy getting to know her as well as I did.
Twin Peaks is the very definition of a cult classic. It was a very different kind of show when it aired, and many gravitated around it, sadly, it was cancelled before all the mysteries could be solved. And then, it got a movie!…that was a prequel, and not a continuation.