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An Interview with Jennimay Walker, Star of Don't Get in the Car

by Mike Haberfelner

March 2023

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Your new movie Don't Get in the Car - in a few words, what is it about, and what can you tell us about your character?


This film is about a woman who is forced to complete a series of dangerous tasks under a time constraint while her small daughter and babysitter is held captive by an extremely dangerous gang leader who happens to be her ex.


My character Tara is a survivor of sex traffiking who escaped her ex-pimp 5 years prior and is living a quiet clean life in hiding with her 5 year old daughter. Tara's past trauma is about to be fully unleashed as she must face her worst nightmare with a menacing phone call that puts her, her child and babysitter in a life or death situation.


What did you draw upon to bring your character to life, and how much Jennimay Walker can we find in Tara?


There is quite a lot of Jennimay Walker in Tara, I was able to draw on some of my own traumatic past experiences, with abusive characters, sexual predator parasites which I had to escape, plus, my own child being held captive for 2 months many years ago.


Tara undergoes some pretty traumatic experiences in Don't Get in the Car - so how does this affect you both as an actress and maybe also personally?


Yes, Tara is abused repeatedly until she gets an upper hand and her debilitating trauma begins to transform into a fighter as she sees that she has no choice but to rise above the fear as the Mama grizzly bear is activated. Tara's transformation deeply affected me as it is a testament to the rising up of an abuse victim finding her power and inner strength.


How did you get involved with the project in the first place, what drew you to it?


I got involved because Jennifer Blanc-Biehn asked me to play Tara. She had faith in me and I will be forever grateful.


What can you tell us about Don't Get in the Car's director Clarice Paris, and what was your collaboration like?


Working with director Clarice Paris was a pure dream, she also played my sister Lesley. Clarice is so creative and talented. We had such a great connection and it was never ending laughs, driving around in that crazy car trying to capture awesome shots with epic lighting! At one point Clarice was driving around with us as she was squished on the floor of the back seat with her camera like a total trouper ready to do anything for the epic shots!! Clarice is a brilliant director that I hope to work with again.


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


I can't say enough about how fabulous the whole cast and crew were. There were so many funny and magical moments. We kept saying "I love you car" so it would start. It stalled like a bunch of times when we already started rolling. I absolutely LOVED everyone on this project!


Any future projects you'd like to share?


Future projects I will be sharing on my Instagram @jennimaywalkaway


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


I got into acting as a child with a little theater company in my hometown of Montreal called Pauline Rathbone Theater. Performance and art has been my passion forever... maybe it has something to do with coming from a family full of actors and musicians. My formal training was with the brilliant teacher Jacqueline McClintock who I studied with for four years, who was a direct student under Sandy Meisner at the Neighborhood Playhouse in NYC. Jacqueline passed in 2012, she meant the world to me.


What can you tell us about your filmwork prior to Don't Get in the Car?


The other flmwork prior to Don't Get in the Car is all mostly horror/thriller films, Psychophonia and Cabaret Of The Dead/Fetish Factory directed by the talented Staci Layne Wilson [Staci Layne Wilson interview - click here]. You can see my other work on


From what I've read, before acting in front of the camera you have done both theatre and burlesque shows - so what can you tell us about these stages in your career, and how does performing in front of an audience compare to acting on film? And which do you prefer, actually?


Yes I've done many live shows, I was with a burlesque troupe and performed in musical theatre singing and dancing, I'm also an aerial dancer on silks. However I love film just as much as live performance. I do not discriminate and I'm always grateful for work in my field.


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


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My description of myself as a performer is always evolving, I find that the more life experiences the deeper my performances will be. The more I choose to really take it all in and become present, aware, listening and sensitive to others, the better my work.


Actresses (and indeed actors) who inspire you?


There are so many actors and actresses that inspire. Well first off, my brother, Andrew W Walker, then Viola Davis, Jessica Chastain. Cate Blanchett, Elizabeth Taylor, Halle Berry, Joan Crawford, Angela Bassett, Helena Bonham Carter, Tilda Swinton, still more but you get the picture. Woman with balls. Christian Bale, Heath Ledger, Humphrey Bogart, Gary Oldman, Anthony Hopkins, Johnny Depp, Daniel Day-Lewis, Peter Sellers I looooove.


Your favourite movies?


Some favorite movies: The original Pink Panther movies with Peter Sellers, Casablanca, American Psycho (hard to watch the violence but love this film), Harold and Maude, Woman King, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Silence of the Lambs, Alice In Wonderland, Mildred Pierce, The Taming of the Shrew, Dracula, Brokeback Mountain, Lost Boys.


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


Kinds of movies I really don't like is Saw and super gore films like that. Even though I've done horror films and I played an orphan who gets burned at the stake in the 2015 remake of Martyrs, I'm very scared of gory or super violent movies! lol! Even watching Don't Get in the Car I was literally shaking. It was so intense for me! Lollll!


Thanks for the interview!


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