OUT OF THE SHADOWS: Lara Parker I recently spoke with actress/novelist LARA PARKER about her upcoming Dark Shadows book, WOLF MOON RISING. Because the novel won't hit stores until Aug. 20, it's a little early to release that part of the conversation into the wild. Look for it to appear in our podcast sometime in the near future.
Our conversation covered a lot of ground, though. After chatting about the book, we spoke about her various roles on stage and screen. It was a conversation that covered a lot of ground. We discussed her early stage appearances in New York City during the days of DARK SHADOWS, her movie roles, and her TV roles next to people like Farrah Fawcett, Robert Wagner, Tom Selleck and Pierce Brosnan.
REMINGTON STEELE (1983) - Lila Colbert I thought about (Pierce Brosnan) and I thought about Robert Wagner. They were both more charismatic in person than they were on the screen. Robert Wagner is so charismatic in person. He’s so funny, so warm and so relaxed. And so is Pierce Brosnan. He was flirty and making jokes, putting you at ease. He knew how to make the actors on his set feel relaxed so they’d give good performances, which was such a gift. Then he went on to be James Bond and, I think, deservedly so.
I only included the RS blurb here. Click the link at the top to see more of the interview.