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An Interview with Angie Stevenson, Star of Devil's Domain and Clown Motel

by Mike Haberfelner

May 2016

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Your upcoming movie Devil's Domain - in a few words, what is it about, and what can you tell us about your character in it?


Devil's Domain is centered around high school kids and the pressures and impact of social media to be cool and popular. I play the Devil ;)


What did you draw upon to bring your character to life, and how much of you can we find in her?


Well, my acting coach was the little devil on my right shoulder, hehe. We all have a little darker side, so pulling from my naughtier side and with the help of amazing costuming and makeup it was easy for me have fun with my character.


From what I know, it took hours to put your special effects makeup on every day - so do talk about that process for a bit, and how easy was it to actually act under all that makeup?


Whoosh, yes! It took 5 hours each filming day to get into costume. It took us a few fittings to make the body suit fit perfectly, I was covered head to toe! It was extremely hot and heavy! The prosthetic makeup was so cool, which was on my face blended with the suit. It molds to your face, like wearing a second skin, which allows it to keep my features - eyes, cheekbones and lips. It was a bit difficult to act in because of the movement restriction, but at the same time helpful I really had fun with it.


What can you tell us about your director Jared Cohn [Jared Cohn interview - click here], and what was your collaboration like?


It was my first time working with Jared, he was really great! I loved working with him and hope to again ... maybe next time when I'm in my own skin.


Do talk about the shoot as such, and the on-set atmosphere?


The whole cast and crew was great. I didn't get to bond much with the other actors because most of my time was spent in the makeup chair until it was time to film. One day we filmed in a really cool bondage club, the atmosphere was very dark sexy creepy.


Another upcoming movie of yours is Clown Motel - so what can you tell us about that one and your character?


My character's name in Clown Motel is Angel. I can't say much about my role as my cameo appearance is a surprise.


The fear of clowns - is that something you can at all relate to?


Oh my god yes! They have always creeped me out. My grandmother used to buy my sister and I porcelain dolls and clowns every year for Christmas - I didn't have the heart to tell her they freaked me out so I would nicely talk to them and pack them up in a box and store them in the attic.


What was it like working with your director Joseph Kelly, and what can you tell us about the shoot as such?


He was fantastic, and also acts in the film.


How did you get involved with those two projects actually?


I auditioned like the other actors, but Joseph and I were actually friends on Facebook, we realize that after I got the role.


Any other current and future projects you'd like to share?


Towards the end of summer I am going to have a role on the webseries Kill 'em All Los Angeles, season 2. It's an action-packed crime drama and the cast of actors are fantastic. The show was created by talented Jesse Pringle who also stars in the show.


What got you into acting in the first place, and did you receive any formal training on the subject? And what can you tell us about your filmwork prior to Devil's Domain and Clown Motel?


Ever since I was 5 years old I wanted to be an actress. I have been in entertainment most of my adult life in some form. I did a handful of sci-fi/horror films around 2012, The Family and Piranhaconda, and then started a business which pulled me out of acting for a few years. I am happy to be making it my main focus again and am for the first time taking it seriously, studying with acting coach Stephanie Feury.


Besides acting, you have also done your fair share of modelling - so how do the two compare, and how does one inflluence the other?


I have... I love both but always try to envision a character and scenario when doing photo shoots. I really prefer playing somebody else other than myself.


You just have to talk about Angie's Wieners as well!


Haha of course. Angie's was a concept I created while on a autograph signing for Jim Beam liquor out in Texas. The business got a lot of great press and attention and we had a good 2 1/2 year run. I recently sold the food truck, however may do something in the future with the brand.


How would you describe yourself as an actress, and some of your techniques to bring your characters to life?


I think I just try to bring my real life experiences good and bad to my acting. I've lived a interesting life with much happiness and some very dark years as well...


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