At what age did you start acting at?
KR: I went to my first audition when I was four! Some people may remember I appeared on a certain reality show when I was three, and that really opened my parents eyes to how much I loved the camera. The producer encouraged my parents to sign me with an agent. They thought I would do well because I was not only enthusiastic about the “action”, but that I was able to deliver the same scene, line, etc the same way for multiple takes and I did not lose interest or energy after long days of filming. I love all things acting more than anything: preparing, auditioning, and being on set make me happiest.
What’s your favorite store to shop at?
KR: I love Nordstrom– I could spend hours in there and not just in my size section. There is jewelry, purses, shoes, makeup….ahhh I also like Hobby Lobby because I like being crafty and I recently took up finger weaving – which reminds me: I need some yarn!
What’s your favorite t.v show to watch?
KR:Survivor – easily! I can’t wait till the next season!!
What’s your favorite project that you’ve done?
KR:This is always the toughest question for me to answer because I cherish every job – There is a commercial I did a few years ago for Disney which I just loved – it was a fun spot and a great day on set. Who doesn’t like to dress like a princess? For voiceover, the voice of Marie from the Aristocats for Paris France and a stuffed toy! And, for film I would have to say it is a tie between Accidental Activist, which was a tv movie because I got to work with the same cast for two weeks straight, in a cute little town here in Florida – we built bonds and made friendships J The other is Captured – because I booked that role while I was in LA and I got to go to Paramount Studios for the audition and callback.
What do you do on your free time?
KR:I love to read!! I am never without a book. I am finishing the Warrior Cats series and Benedict Society. I play piano. I am crazy Luke Bryan fan. I play a game online called Toontown Rewritten when I want a little screen time. I recently wrote, cast, produced, and directed a short film. It was an incredible amount of work but it was the best experience! I have been submitting it to film festivals and we have our first confirmed screening in April.