Being on camera has been a major part of your life. Do you ever wonder what you would do if cameras didn’t exist?
No not really. I do sometimes wonder what would it be like to be on camera in a world without social media though.
Girls just want to have fun! What’s your ideal Friday night or weekend experience like?
I love going to the movies. I go to the cinema every week. I’m always counting down the days until a new release.
What’s the biggest challenge you’ve overcome for your career and what advice would you give others dealing with the same challenge?
Insecurity. I think we all have some sort of insecurity regardless of whether we appear confident. The only way to overcome it is to accept and love yourself the way you are and not care what others think about you.
You’re involved with several causes. Which one is closest to your heart?
The Thirst project has become the project that is closest to my heart especially after traveling to Africa and seeing first-hand the effects of not having clean drinking water. Something so basic that we all take for granted. I’d like to see more involvement with girl on girl hate. I’d like to somehow set an example or get the word out that we as females only hold ourselves back when we attack other girls instead of being supportive.
Fans are everything…how do you usually keep up with and update your fans?
I am in constant contact via social media. Regardless of how busy my day gets, I always make time to let them know that they are important or that I am thinking of them.
Music plays a big part in your life; what do we have to look forward to from you related to your music?
I have a single and thereafter my debut album. My music is fun, summer music.
Living in Florida, New York and California is the perfect trifecta. How do you manage your time successfully?
I am not in FL as much as I wish, but it has been a great experience growing up bi-coastal. I’m really an East Coast girl living in a West Coast world.
Tell us about your current projects; Amityville and Mostly Ghostly: Have You Met My Ghoulfriend?
These are very different projects. Mostly Ghostly is the 2nd part of the series and it was fun to work with all kids/teens. It was a fun atmosphere. The script is funny and the cast is very talented. I had a great time on that set and made some new friends. Amityville is a new take on the original classic and not a remake. The movie is a horror film, but what makes it different is the character development and personal struggles that are explored. It’s also a beautiful and deep movie in the midst of terror.
What kind of rivalries do you have with your siblings that drives you crazy?
I don’t have any rivalries with my siblings actually. Well, maybe one with my brother. My boyfriend is probably closer to him than me!
Share the best vacation you’ve had so far and where you’d love to visit next?
I’ve had some great winter vacations but I am looking forward to hopefully getting some time away at a beach. I’m so looking forward to the sand, sun and ocean.
What’s your favorite kind of dancing and exercise?
I love hip hop and contemporary dance and I’d have to say that dance is my favorite type of exercise.
Cuban, Italian, or Irish food – what can’t you live without?
CUBAN all the way.