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Starlet Revolution Interview #2: Toni Globis

Here is the second interview in the Starlet Revolution Calendar interviews. Toni Globis is the technical director for the project: Take 2: Starlet Revolution Calendar.  Toni is one of the models.  She took the roles of both Sophia Loren and Bettie Page.  Toni is a regular on the awesome podcast, Fanatics and The Fan.
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GK: Tell our readers a little about yourself and your previous modeling experience.

TG:  I don’t really know what to say about myself. My name is Toni. I work as a tech in production. I love all things Harry Potter. I’m a bit of a foodie. I love coffee. And one day I want to go to Morocco. I end up doing a lot of modeling type stuff but I don’t feel like I’m a model. 

GK: Which starlet was your modeling session based on?

TG: Sophia Loren, the Italian Beauty.


GK: How did you get yourself prepared for the role of a famous actress?

TG:  I sort of asked for it. I’m Italian. I jokingly told her she had to let me be Sophia Loren or we couldn’t be friends anymore. I didn’t do much to prepare. I went through photos of her and played with matching clothes in my closet. Then I was just kinda myself.

GK: What was this experience like for you?

TG: It was wonderful. I mean I got to make spaghetti and I got to eat it. I got to show off my features that make Sophia and I, who we are. It really couldn’t have been better. Other than maybe if it was on a beach.


GK:
Is there another Starlet that you like to model in the future?

TG:  I told AJ, I would be her Hedy Lemar.


GK: Thank you for your time to answer a few questions.

TG: You’re very welcome. Thanks for asking and thanks for sharing this project we got to be apart of.

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There is our interview with the wonderful Toni Globins.  Toni is an awesome and cool.

Stay Geeky My Friends!

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