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An Interview with Christina Jacquelyn Calph, Star of The Second Age of Aquarius

by Mike Haberfelner

March 2022

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Your new movie The Second Age of Aquarius - in a few words, what is it about, and what can you tell us about your character in it?


The Second Age of Aquarius is a sci-fi film about a computer programmer who brings her favorite rocker to life! I play Alberta, the computer programmer! She is agoraphobic and a bit neurotic but with a good heart.


What did you draw upon to bring Alberta to life, and how much Christina Jacquelyn Calph can we find in her?


When I used to make YouTube videos I had to learn how to edit all of my own videos. I actually grew really passionate about figuring out difficult edits I was trying to accomplish. I would stay at the YouTube Space in Playa Vista from 11am - 12pm everyday for about a year. So definitely pulled a lot from that experience. Alberta is a part of my personality definitely.


How did you get attached to the project in the first place, and what drew you to it?


My good friend Jacob Rachinski told me about the audition and I put myself on tape. I loved that it was 90 pages of just me and another character talking. I wanted the challenge of keeping it alive and interesting. I wanted to see if I could carry a movie in a lead role.


Quite honestly, if you could, which deceased rockstar would you bring back to life?


Oh jeez. That’s hard. Freddie Mercury!


What can you tell us about The Second Age of Aquarius' director Staci Layne Wilson [Staci Layne Wilson interview - click here], and what was your collaboration like?


I adored Staci!!! She really helped calm me down when I was nervous about different things. She had a lot of patience and was a very good leader.


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


It was very challenging. We shot a full feature in 6 days!! I had to be very on-top of everything involving me because it was a small crew on a micro budget. But I really learned a lot on this shoot because I needed to be conscious of what I was wearing, what happened in the moment before, how did my hair look, etc…


I did all of my own makeup, hair and clothing and we would shoot out of order. I’d have to change myself to match the shot before so I took a shit ton of notes and pictures. I’m actually kind of proud of myself for that. It was stressful but a lot of fun. 


We kind of all bonded together because of it.


Any future projects you'd like to share?


Right now I am developing a stage show in Los Angeles called Comedy Pole Show! It’s a variety show with equal parts comedy to pole dance! Woo! 


I am working on my indie project Burp Girl about superheroes with disgusting powers.


Hosting a comedy wrestling show with Dolph Ziggler and the comedians of wrestling podcast in Dallas during Wrestlemania!


What got you into acting in the first place, and did you receive any formal training on the subject?


I am always training! I really believe in constantly working on my performing. I attended the American Musical Dramatic Academy. Then went to HB Studios and studied with Austin Pendleton and Mercedes Ruehl. Studied with Bob Krakower. Joined the Classical Theatre Lab in Los Angeles. It never stops.


I saw the movie Home Alone in the theatres (my first movie) and told my mom I wanted to do what Kevin did.


On a handful of occasions you've also stepped behind the camera - so what prompted that move, and how would you describe yourself as a writer/director?


I wanted to make my own projects. I am a beast. I never have any money to do anything but I take on all the roles myself and it happens. It just takes forever to finish since I’m doing so much. It’s exhausting. But fun.


What can you tell us about your filmwork prior to The Second Age of Aquarius, in whatever position?


Tons of different projects. My goal is to do 100 projects a year. Pre-Covid it was pretty attainable… now a little more challenging. But I love working on as many projects as people will let me!!! To see the quality of projects you can check out my IMDb. 


How would you describe yourself as an actress?


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A fighter. I have no problem hearing the words No or taking chances. I will throw myself into something and give it all that I got.


Actresses, filmmakers, whoever else who inspire you?


The people who inspire me are the people I work with like Staci. She had a mini budget and did everything she could to make this film come to life and so smoothly. And she did it.


Your favourite movies?


Bird Cage with Nathan Lane and Robin Williams.


... and of course, films you really deplore?


Gory blood gushy movies… bleh. I can’t stomach it. Like The Purge. Holy shit. No thank you.


Your website, social media, whatever else?



Bad Girls Ball is my YouTube series.


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


I love you! Keep fighting for your happiness!!!!


Thanks for the interview!


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