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An Interview with Mark C. Fullhardt, Star of Bloody Nun

by Mike Haberfelner

November 2018

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Your new movie Bloody Nun - in a few words, what is it about, and what can you tell us about your character in it?


The film is about an amulet held by a nun. it is protection from demonic forces. My character has sex with the nun the night before I kill her for the amulet. My character is sinister, after creating this demonic entity I feel obliged to keep it fed with fresh souls.


What did you draw upon to bring your character to life, and how much Mark C. Fullhardt can we actually find in Mr. Shiva?


My character and I share some similarities in the fact that at times I can be very cynical. The truth is I have a very comedic side as well. To me I find it very easy to go from comedy to a very dark character in a very short time.


To what extent could you actually identify with Bloody Nun's brand of humour?


Sight gags and tongue & cheek, the kind of comedy that you don't expect until it's in your face.


How did you get involved with the project in the first place?


I answered the post for this project basically because it was close to home. I'm not a horror actor but more of a villain. I actually showed up on set a day early due to a miscommunication (I never like to be late for a call time). Had this project not been close to home who knows you may be interviewing someone else.


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


Will Collazo jr is one of the easiest directors I've worked with. He kept things on set low key and drama free. The scenes flowed well and that's always to the director's credit.


A few words about the shoot as such, and the on-set atmosphere?


As I've said the atmosphere on set was great. A lot of the cast had worked with Will before so I was kind of the newcomer. We all just jelled from the start and made it one of the best projects I've worked on.


Any future projects you'd like to share?


There are some projects in the works such as a mob comedy set in Queens, New York in 1970 titled Bad Ravioli due to shoot next summer, and a couple horror projects in the works for the spring including a remake of a 1950s horror classic.


What got you into acting in the first place?


I got into acting by accident. 6 years ago I had a heart attack and died (for real, I flatlined). They brought me back. did open heart surgery and that was that. I tried to continue working my job at the time but found it hard. One of my customers suggested I try backround acting and I found I liked it. 12 weeks into my career I started going from background roles to speaking roles and I never looked back.


What can you tell us about your filmwork prior to Bloody Nun?


As far as some of my work before Bloody Nun, I have portrayed a film director in The Face In The Wall, also a doctor in The New York Butcher, as well as multiple appearances in episodic TV. I have done a half dozen music videos and 5 or 6 commercials.


Your bio says besides being an actor you also are/have worked as a published poet, radio historian and stock car driver, among many other things - so do talk about those aspects of your career for a bit!


I had a few poems published while I was taking some courses at college. I am a radio historian and have lectured on the subject but don't find too much time for it these days. I raced Enduro class stock cars at Riverhead Raceway on Long Island from 1992-2000.


How would you describe yourself as an actor?


As to what kind of actor I am you could say I usually get cast as a mobster and villain (seems to be my type), but I have also done live immersive comedy which requires improv skills. I am fairly versatile as an actor.


Actors (and indeed actresses) who inspire you?


Some of my favorite actors are Christopher Walken, Al Pacino.


Your favourite movies?


One of my all time fav movies is Blazing Saddles. I also like the Godfather trilogy as well as Goodfellas and Pirate Radio.


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Your/your movie's website, Facebook, whatever else?


My IMDb page lists a lot but not all I've done, and I do have a Facebook page.


Anything else you're dying to mention and I have merely forgotten to ask?


The feature film Bad Ravioli will be my debut as a director so I hope people will watch for it next year.


Thanks for the interview!


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