5 Questions EP 2.2 With Killer Party Actress & Producer Rachael Drummond
You will recognize our next guest from starring on many television shows ranging from The Fresh Beat Band, Parks And Recreation to Fresh Off The Boat and her countless commercials including this one….
Yea, now you know what’s up! Rachael is hardcore!
Drummond, along with her husband, Alex, produced an independent horror movie called, Killer Party, which Alex also wrote and directed and is now available on all your digital and streaming internets…that’s the plural for internet, yes?
To download and watch, look here.
Let’s get to our 5 questions….
GGA: What is your favorite food?
RD: The salmon from the farmers market by our apartment on Mondays… If I could eat this salmon forever, just sitting by myself, sighing and morning at its pure perfection, I’d be very happy. It sounds healthy but I’m sure it’s farm raised and full of mercury so– practically junk food.
GGA: If you could live anywhere, where would it be? (anygalaxy or planet, fictional or otherwise)
RD: Definitely that candy room with the killer chocolate river in Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.
GGA: Who is you favorite superhero?
RD: I fell madly in love with Christopher Reeves as Superman when I was 13 and never got over him.
GGA: If you could make your own Lego set, what would it be?
RD: Lego Hillary Clinton
GGA: Marry, Fuck or Kill?
Patrick Swayze, Sylvester Stallone, Bruce Springsteen
I love them all and Patrick Swayze was the sexiest but since he’s already dead and I don’t want to add anymore dead celebrity mojo to 2016, I have no choice but to kill him. Again. Ugh. That hurts.
The other are two great loves of Alex’s so I think we’d have to discuss as a family. I suspect I’ll end up fucking Stallone and marrying Springsteen in a sexless marriage and he can sing us to sleep every night. Or I’ll just fall asleep and he and Alex will stay up all night talking about Jersey and writing and life…
Check out Killer Party because not only is it horrifically funny, but you’ll also be showing support for independent art and people will think you’re smart.
Follow Rachael on Twitter, here