I can’t help but gush about this great moment in my geeky life: I am now a Fraggle at Fraggle Rock and part of the Jim Henson universe!!
Did you watch this amazing (Canadian?!) muppet puppet show?! It was one of my very favouritest as a child and it fills me with great joy to be a part of this universe as Pebbles Fraggle:
My nickname is Pebbles, as in Flintstone since birth from my Dad, in fact my little brother Luke didn’t know my real name was Adrianna until he was about 6 years old as he always just called me Pebs. They still do today ❤ so when Jay Fosgitt who is SUPER AMAZING and asked if he could make me into a Fraggle in his Fraggle Rock Comic book debut I was over the moon! Of course she would have big red hair but… Red is already a beloved Fraggle so the name was taken. Enter my nickname: meet my Fraggle doppelgänger Pebbles from Fraggle Rock! I am so excited to have my copy and one day I will have her as a real muppet puppet too.
Thank you Jay for making this little redhead’s dream come true!
I was on set for The Spell Tutor as the creator Herman Wang asked if I would want to play a Victorian witch, knowing full well that 1. I am a huge geek 2. I am a Harry Potterhead 3. I am a Victorian for most of my time at the museums. So naturally I said yes! I played Dorthy Kelpie, a Victorian woman trapped in another dimension.
This is their final season and it looks like I will be in episode 4 of it. I had my scenes with Parissia played byAlexandra Bayer. I don’t want to spoil the plot but I will definitely post the final result when it airs as I haven’t had much fun with green-screen and this was a treat to do.
Thanks for having me on the show! And congrats on 4 seasons!
It’s no secret I’m a huge geek. Nerd? There are times when I am both! Like in my latest photoshoot with Photos by Jo (and make-up by Coral who wanted me to really dive into my geek branding as I’m now hosting Geektropolis and of course I said “Affirmative. Engage.” and quickly had a panic attack about which shirt to wear – I have SO MANY geeky t-shirts!
Here’s my Brady Bunch set:
And the best Captain America I can do without fully cosplaying it in camos:
It’s no secret I love acting. It should also be known I love a great party. This might be why I love Mary Jane Watson from the Spider-Man comics so much! She happens to be the former AND a smart, witty, red head too. In search of awesome I found that I would love to host a great party once in a while… Thus began The Smashing Trio and I headed the charge for a Villainous Valentines Party at my favourite comic book store.
My friends who helped me out all night (THANK YOU SO MUCH!) were all dressed from the boardgame Clue! I was Miss Scarlett – here’s the whole “Clue Crew” and some pics from the party:
It was fantastic fun! (It was a lot of work!) and you know what? I want to do it again! So this is a sidebar from all the acting – a little glimpse at things that make me smile and things that make me excited: a great party with friends and strangers, who are just friends you haven’t met yet, and great music and fun. I hope we get the chance to do another party soon (well after my shooting dates for the Indie Feature) and that you can come have a “smashing” good time with us!