The Happiest Season
The opportunity to work on a major film like The Happiest Season is an incredible experience. When I found out that I had landed the role of the "Fan With the Crazy Tattoo" in the film, I was ecstatic. I knew that this was an amazing opportunity to showcase my talents and be a part of something special.
One of the things I found most interesting about the film was its semi-autobiographical nature. The director, Clea DuVall, has said that the film is based on her own experiences with her family, and I found that to be a unique and compelling aspect of the story. And Working with Clea was so much fun. She is truly a talented, lovely, and amazing human being.
One of the most memorable moments for me on set was when I had to get my full torso temporary tattoo applied. It took hours for the makeup team to apply the tattoo, but it was worth it. It was an amazing sight to see, and I felt like I was really becoming this character. The temporary tattoo made me look like a real tattoo fanatic and it was an exciting moment for me as an actor.
Unfortunately, I was ultimately cut from the film for time. It was a disappointment, but I understand that it's part of the process of making a film. I was honored to be a part of The Happiest Season, and I'm grateful for the opportunity to have worked with such a talented cast and crew.
Working on this film was an amazing experience, and I hope that it's not my last. I'm looking forward to my next opportunity to work on a big-scale film and keep learning the craft. Being a part of The Happiest Season has been a great step on my journey as an actor and I'll always be grateful for this experience.