But, other than that, you have mostly worked in television. KM: Having to make terrible dialogue sound natural.
Do you see your career moving in the general direction of movies or are you still interested in acting on TV? I love the clean kitchens on those shows and how everything dirty magically disappears. And network testing for pilots can be pretty inhumane at times.
AE: Last time I saw you, you were in the middle of working on an indie film. It’s loosely based on all these news stories we keep hearing about in the news regarding boats being hijacked by Somalian pirates. KM: I think Anthony Bourdain has a pretty sweet deal.
However, in this case, we are on a plane in the Seychelles. The way it was put together was very instinctual and everyone involved was at the top of their game.
Kate is a sharp, incisive, and straightforward person, much like the woman she plays.
She is able to bring incredible depth and humanity to a complicated role.
"Katherine Moennig was the actress I immediately thought of to play Hallelujah,” says Chiro.
She was brought up under the supervision of her grandmother.as Shane Mc Cutcheon, the girl everyone wanted to date and just couldn’t hate, no matter how many times she screwed them over.The actress behind the role has managed to move on from the series to play a doctor ( with Robert De Niro and Drew Barrymore. AE: What is the most dreadful thing you have had to do as an actor?Kate Moennig: I’m just happy to be working, considering how much the business has changed in the last few years. I love the reliability of a TV series and equally love throwing myself into a film and then being done with it. But there is no way around either of those things sometimes. As long as it’s different from the last thing I’ve done and doesn’t feel like it’s as creative as paint by numbers. It’s following the format of the found footage genre. AE: Did you know that After has interviewed a woman who is a Kate Moennig celebrity impersonator?