Actress Christine Nordstorm discusses acting, acting classes her comfort in challenging roles, upcoming projects, and more!

Interviews – Massachusetts actress Christine Nordstorm has finally lit up the skies of the Internet Hollywood universe with her light of truth in an awesome interview we did together back in March. I had the pleasure of getting the green light for the interview after sending an invitation to the actress over messenger. After agreeing to the interview, I wrote up a couple of questions and sent it her way to answer. I hope you enjoy reading her responses!

~*~*Interview /w Christine Nordstorm*~*~

Internet Hollywood: What’s good Christine?! We’re just warming things up in the Internet Hollywood universe with all of the interviews I have been doing in the past few days and I appreciate you taking the time out to grant this interview. I’ve been trying to make an effort in writing more about actors and actresses and I feel this is the step in the right direction. What inspired you to choose acting as something you wanted to make a career out of and what type of movies fits your comfort zone as far a role playing?

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Christine: Hey there! Life is good..well fantastic, actually! Thanks for having me. I have always been interested in the arts. As a young girl, Mom enrolled me in dancing classes (ballet), which inspired me a few years later to draw. Art was my main focus and dreamt of being a fine artist throughout most of my childhood, before I discovered film class in high school. I majored in film in college, but quickly those dreams were put on hold as I started building a family. Those dreams never died and led me back in front of the camera just a few years ago. I love challenging roles. Multiple times I have been cast as the dominant, head strong type. I like her; it fits me, but I also like the emotional twists and turns of softer women and not emotional stable women. These types of roles are very challenging, as these women have many layers to their personalities. I find comfort in those challenging roles.

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Internet Hollywood: Breaking into the entertainment business has been a challenge for many people in the business that’s trying to pave a way for themselves. But I do feel the Internet has helped bring light to many people who have built their careers using the Internet as their launching pad. Has your mind ever tried to convince you that becoming an actor is harder than it may seems? And if so or not, how do you remain focused and try to keep yourself on track to be successful?

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Christine: Social Media is very interesting indeed platform indeed. I agree S.M. is very helpful making people more seen and/or heard and at connecting like minded folks, helping launch careers, etc. Ahh..the fear response. Neuroscience is a very tricky. There are times when your brain; by design, tries to protect itself (you) from rejection, or creates speed bumps when there really are not any. That is normal regardless of profession. Those fears are quickly dismissed and turned into positive ones. I stick to my lists of to do’s and move on.

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Internet Hollywood: I’ve checked some video clips that you were in on your IMDb page and I thought you did pretty good job. How long did it take you to get use to the camera being present without breaking focus and is remembering a script as hard as it seems in person?

Christine: Acting classes helped me get over the camera very quickly. After all, the camera is just furniture, when you’re in character, it is non-existent. In terms of memorizing scripts…it does take a bit of time, but just like a good tune, you’ll do whatever it takes to get the lines down.

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Internet Hollywood: I also seen you are working on a movie called The Night Train. Care to share what that movie is about and what role your playing in it?

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Christine: I am not at liberty to say much about it. All I can say is I play one heartless lady. 😉

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Internet Hollywood: As children we’re inspired to be so many things and our imagination pretty much carries us wherever we’re willing to go with it. What vision does your imagination place for you when it comes to where you want to be in life and are there other things besides acting that you would like to show the world?

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Christine: I keep those goals close, but at the end of the day, I hope to inspire my children and others to show them that it can be done, regardless social stigmas and core beliefs. Believe in your dreams. It doesn’t matter what they are. Go for it. It is one else’s job to get there but you.

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Internet Hollywood: What would you say is the biggest challenge being a non-union actress and are you working on anything else that you would like to share?

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Christine: There are a few projects thatI am working on, but not at liberty to share until they are complete. If you like, check out http://www.imdb.me/christinenordstrom for updates. There is more flexility for non-union actors. No binding contractual obligations. It is a great way to start out while building up your skills and IMDb credits.

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Internet Hollywood: Thank you for the interview, Christine!

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Christine Nordstorm: IMDb Instagram

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