I have been modeling professionally through my agencies worldwide for many years. During that time, I never got booked to do jobs in my favorite style….the pinup/Old Hollywood style. As a result, I decided to create my own persona and share about my version of immulating the pinup look being that I rarely saw any… Read More @The_Angelique_Noire: Why did you decide to get into this industry?
My instagram and twitter handles are @jillianclare. You can search for my page on Facebook! I have a couple films in development at the moment that I’m super excited about so stay tuned!
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Oh man, I love collecting. When I was a kid I was all about beanie babies and Pokemon cards. As a teenager, I spent hours on eBay collecting cameos. Now my biggest obsessions are old cameras (favorite being my Canon A-1) and books. I have a copy of “Pride and Prejudice” from 1949, a 1931… Read More @jillianclare: What, if anything, do you collect?
Go for it. Do the thing you’ve been wanting to do. It’s rare to have something you really want to make get a green light or to even be given the chance to pitch it, so go out there and do it yourself! As “The Handmaid’s Tale” taught us, Nolite te bastardes carborundorum. It may… Read More @jillianclare: What advice do you have for other women in the industry?
I think every film and tv show I’ve done is a win. This industry is filled with competition. So any chance I get to perform, direct, or produce, is a major win! This current film is probably my biggest move yet. “To The Beat! Back 2 School” has put me on a very small list… Read More @jillianclare: What is a successful moment in your career so far?
There’s been a lot of defining moments along the way, a lot of them personal that I’ve kept close to me. Career wise, I think the moment I decided to take the plunge and direct a feature film when I was 24 was the most defining. I proved to myself what I was capable of… Read More @jillianclare: What’s a defining moment in your life?