JA Control Panle

Soap opera community photos scoops news buzz and celebrities

  • increase font size
  • Default font size
  • decrease font size
Facebook Twitter YouTube RSS
 
Home Features Where Are They Now Days of our Lives' and Miss Behave's Jillian Clare in new indie film

Days of our Lives' and Miss Behave's Jillian Clare in new indie film


E-mail Print PDF
User Rating: / 1
PoorBest 

Jillian Clare Actress Jillian Clare (ex Abby, Days of our Lives, Tori, Miss Behave) is at it again. When she read the character description for the role of Nikki in THE KITCHEN just over a year ago, she knew she wanted the part. But would the director really think she could portray a friendly and flirtatious ditz who has an inner logic that somehow makes sense? She had her doubts, so she took a gamble.

"I loved the script, so I decided to do something I had never done," Clare admits. "I walked into the room as Nikki and never showed them the real Jillian until I had booked the role and showed up for wardrobe."  Clare continues...

"She is so out there I knew they would really want an actress that embodied that spirit – someone that literally was already Nikki. So, I gave it to them, or at least pretended like I did."

Clare joined other members of the ensemble cast at the world premiere on Tuesday night as the comedy, set entirely in a kitchen in the Silver Lake section of Los Angeles (known for its artsy residents and its music scene) closed out the exciting Gen Art Film Festival in New York City.

The film is about Jennifer (Laura Prepon) who is turning 30 and her best friend Stan (Matt Bush) who's throwing her a party. But she's in no mood to celebrate as she has just left her job as well as her cheating boyfriend, Paul (Bryan Greenberg). And her sardonic sister Penny (Dreama Walker) has shown up with a life-changing decision to make. A cast of colorful characters stop by – including Nikki (Jillian Clare) who is left at the party to fend for herself by her on-screen boyfriend Tony (Adam Chambers).

The Kitchen, directed by Ishai Setton (3 Days of Normal), is written by Jim Beggarly (Free Samples) and produced by Emily Ting (Family Inc.). After an overwhelming successful world premiere, expect the film to hit theaters in the near future.

Trackback(0)
Comments (0)add comment

Write comment
You must be logged in to post a comment. Please register if you do not have an account yet.

busy
 

Welcome!

Linda Marshall-Smith (QueenRuler, Soapdom.com)
New to
Soapdom?

Start here!

Past Blast

Freddie Smith Puts Mark On Character

As an openly gay character, Freddie Smith (Sonny Kiriakis) of Days of our Lives loves the challenge of "capturing the character."

"I do! It's exciting to be able to play this role. This is a big hot topic (being gay) in today's society,"  Smith said. "By portraying this character, I feel like I am making an impact on society, and be able to shed light on something that many people have a fear of."

This week Smith along with Chandler Massey (Will) have shared their first on air kiss. "This role gives me the opportunity to share the variety of experiences of what it is like to be gay," Smith said. "It's like do I come out? Do I stay in? This is about showing two sides."

Check It Out

Melody Thomas  Scott,, Eric Braeden, The Young and the Restless Snail Mail TPTB
Got a beef? Wanna praise? Looking for an acting gig? Reach out to the powers that be.
Celebrity Buzz and Gossip at Soapdom.com Celebrity Buzz & Gossip
Get your daily dose.
Soap Opera Baby Names
Name your baby after your favorite soap character. Get the scoop!
The Soapdom News
Join our newsletter list. Enter your details below.
Email *
First Name *
Last Name *
* Required Field
Powered by Benchmark Email

Soapdom on TwitterSoap Tweets
Follow Your Faves

 

 

 

 



Top Members

Upcoming Events

Days into Night Reunion Comback
February 06, 2015 (7:00 pm)
Days into Night Reunion Comback
February 07, 2015 (7:00 pm)

Statistics

Members : 60475
Content : 18259
Web Links : 33
Content View Hits : 21757783