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An Interview with Mindy Robinson, Actress

by Mike Haberfelner

January 2015

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Since we've last talked less than two years ago [click here], you've been on an incredible number of projects - now first of all, what keeps you going, where do you get the energy from?


I was raised blue collar on the east coast, and there's just this inherent work ethic that comes with that. As soon as I wrap on a project, I'm technically unemployed so there's this desire to always be pushing forward and looking for the next project.


You are "Pom Pom Kitty" on the show King of the Nerds - so what can you tell us about the show as such and your role in it? And to what extent can you identify with nerd culture, do you at all find nerdy traits in yourself?


I've been lucky to have a recurring guest role for 3 seasons now. (New episodes start airing January 23rd.) It's my favorite project to date, the cast and crew are like family, and well... it's just amazingly fun to work on! To me a nerd is anyone that's not afraid to be themselves, to do what makes them happy even if it's not cool or mainstream... and I've been doing that since I was a kid.


How did you get onto the show in the first place, and how does making a show like this compare to making a movie?


I was hired to be a living Japanime figure for the series premiere and to work that giant chess game, and they just kept bringing me back from there! I started calling the character Pom Pom Kitty because, well, she was a cat, and I was just covered with pom poms. She's evolved into many different themes and creatures since. It's no different than a movie, really. I'm not as typecast as one may think.


Speaking of movies, you've recently been in Chicks Dig Gay Guys - do talk about that one and your character in it? And is it true, do chicks dig gay guys?


It's one of the first movies I ever did, I have several funny scenes... and although I play a girl that falls for the rouse, I wouldn't find it sexually attractive in real life at all. Girls want guys that want them!


Another recent film of yours is Stretch - do talk about that one for a bit!


There's a lot of big names in that and I'm only in one scene... but that's where I met Randy who was playing the Jovi, and I was smitten from the start even with his platinum blonde wig, ostrich jacket, and acid washed jeans.


Last Supper - a few words about that one?


Last Supper is a comedy I did with veteran comedic actors Eddie Griffin and Josh Meyers. It's one of my bigger roles and a funny character and I'm excited for it to come out to VOD this spring.


You've recently also been in a handful of movies by Jared Masters [Jared Masters interview - click here] - so what can you tell us about those, and what's working with Jared like?


Jared's a great guy! I did 2 films with him and we're hoping for a third. He's really good at working with a budget and getting the films out there.


Coed and the Zombie Stoner - now that's too good a title for you to not say a few words about it ...


I've done several films for The Asylum (although I'm still sad I wasn't in Sharknado, lol) and Coed and the Zombie Stoner is one of my faves. When I booked the role of the Hispanic nurse I thought for sure they'd change her name or something, but they didn't which I think makes it even funnier. There was a funny line I improv'd about a gerbil that I wished they had kept though...


Live Nude Girls - based on the title alone, I know my male readers would tar and feather me if I didn't ask you about that one, so please please save me and talk about the movie for a bit!


It's a comedy about an 80's strip club and it was directed by In Living Color's Jay Leggett, who sadly passed away soon after it was finished. It's a very special project for me, I made so many good friends on that set... I hope we made him proud in the final edit!


You've recently also played a stripper on the daily soap Days of Our Lives - so what can you tell us about that experience, and how does shooting a daily soap compare to making a movie?


Yes! I played the stripper they accidentally ordered for the gay wedding! Soaps shoot fast! They do an episode in about every 2 days, so you only get one maybe two takes for every scene! It's a small town on the show so hopefully I get to reoccur as the only stripper in town!


You're also in the upcoming highly anticipated Samurai Cop 2 - so how did that come about, and what can you tell us about that movie and shoot? And were you even aware of the original Samurai Cop when you got the role?


I looked up the original when I was offered the sequel and I just fell in love with the project! It's entertaining and fun and I get to totally kick ass as a Japanese samurai so... what could be better than that?!


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As far as I know, you're also set to be in your Samurai Cop 2's co star Shane Ryan's [Shane Ryan interview - click here] Ted Bundy has a Son - at all true, and anything you can tell us about that project yet?


I'm set to play a reporter in Shane's movie, it's got quite the cult following too so I'm excited to team up again!


Any other current or future projects you'd like to talk about?


The Green Fairy and A Blood Story should be the next projects due out. I can't keep track of my own stuff sometimes, part of being a workaholic it seems...


Your website, Facebook, whatever else? will have my full list of credits and will have news for upcoming projects and release dates.

I'm also on Twitter/Instagram - @iheartmindy if you want pics or news as well!


Thanks for the interview!


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