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An Interview with Lisa Neeld, Star of Hellcat's Revenge

by Mike Haberfelner

August 2016

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You play the lead in the upcoming Hellcat's Revenge - so in a few words, what is it about, and what can cou tell us about your character in it?


Hellcat's Revenge is a feature film written and directed by Len Kabasinski [Len Kabasinski interview - click here]. The leader of an all-female biker gang the "Hellcats" is murdered and the girls are out for vengeance! My character "Kat" becomes the gang's new leader and will stop at nothing until she finds the truth. The film is full of attitude, action and down-right ass kicking action!

My character "Kat" is very strong and stern but yet calm. She wants answers about her friends murders, and won't stop until she gets them!


How do you prepare for your role, and how much of yourself can you find in Kat?


How much of "Kat" is in me? I have a lot in common with my character "Kat" Just like my character, I'm strong and calm... but when someone messes with me or people I care about... the claws will come out :)


Hellcat's Revenge isn't the first time you work with director Len Kabasinski [Len Kabasinski interview - click here] - so what are collaborations with him usually like, and how did the two of you first meet even?


It is so awesome to work with Len! He is so efficient and fluid. Everything is extremely organized and very well planned out. He is amazing! I always have so much fun on his sets. His energy is contagious! He's extremely professional, creative and I'm honored to work with him!

Len and I met through a mutual friend. And we clicked immediately :) I love his creativity and style and I think we work really well together. I know what he requires on set, so I make sure I deliver.


You've also been in Len Kabasinski's last one, Angel of Reckoning - so what can you tell us about that one, your character, and your approach to her?


I played the very soft spoken "Reagan" in Angel of Reckoning. My character is very caring and supportive of her partner "Rachel " (lead role played by Jessica Kabasinski). I had a lot of fun playing Reagan.


Any future projects beyond Hellcat's Revenge you'd like to talk about?


I will be shooting for several pinup magazines in the next few months. I also will be working with Logan Fry on a short film. In November I will be working with Dustin Ferguson [Dustin Ferguson interview - click here] on Tales for the Campfire 2. I'm always looking for new roles and new projects!


Your initial claim to fame was actually as a model, right? So what can you tell us about that aspect of your career, and how do modeling and acting compare to one another and influence one another?


I first started my career in modeling. In 2007 I was selected by Playboy Magazine to shoot with them! I first appeared in Playboy's Hot Housewives in 2008. Later that same year at the age of 30, I was featured in Playboy's Sexy 100 magazine! I was in the same magazine as Anna Nicole Smith, Pam Anderson, and numerous other celebs... it was soooooo amazing that Playboy had featured me alongside some of the biggest names in the world! The next year in 2009 I graced the COVER of Playboy's Hot Housewives and in 2010 was in Playboy's Big Boobs and Hot Buns. Being in Playboy opened so many doors!

Acting and modeling are very much the same... in my opinion :) Both require extreme discipline... both require to take on a character/role or look... and both require pure professionalism.


What made you eventually pick up acting, and did you receive any formal training on the subject?



I started acting in 2011 with Travis Bowen in The Girl. I completely fell in love with acting and being in front of the camera. I loved the idea of expressing creativity through a character. It seems to come natural to me, as I have had no formal acting training.


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


I think as an actress I can very easily adapt to whatever role I'm playing. I love the camera, and I'm thankful every time I land a role in a film. I believe in giving 100% all the time, and that's what I do. I don't complain, I'm not a diva, I just love giving my best! I'm high energy 24/7!


Actresses (and of course actors) who inspire you?


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My favorite actors/actresses: I absolutely love Julia Roberts, Meg Ryan, George Clooney and Kevin Costner! They are my idols!!!


Your favourite movies?


My favorite movie... by far... is Pretty Woman!


Your website, Facebook, whatever else?

Twitter: @lisaneeld 

Instagram: lisaneeld


Thanks for the interview!


Thanks so much for your time. I appreciate it tremendously!


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