|Hi Seregon. First off that's such a unique and
interesting name. I've never heard it before,
what are the origins?
It's from J.R.R. Tolkein.
It means Bloodstone or Blood from the Stone.
Very cool. Can
you start us off with a visual and describe for
the www.racksandrazors.com readers the room where
you are answering these questions?
physical room isn't very exciting. It's got lots
of books and files, a computer obviously and
tons-o-clothing! The mental room is much more
interesting. That has a 4-post bed with a veil
overlay, lots of candles, incense and all my fan
So it's really
interesting that you went through basic training
as a U.S. Marine --- how did that experience help
to train you for the sometimes grueling world of
acting and modeling?
taught me that I can do anything, no matter what
someone else says. Talent doesn't matter:
perseverance and determination do. I learned to
not listen to anyone and just do my own thing. My
success is the end result. It doesn't matter if
someone did better at something than I did, or
got a better review. What matters is I'm the one
still out there; I'm the one with more pr. I'd
rather that than be a one hit wonder and stop
I want to hear
about your role as Melanie Cain in 'Ghost
Watcher 2' for David Cross. Tell me a
little bit about the movie and how your character
fits into the scheme of things.
is the over protective older sister who comes in
after the father dies. She does what she needs to
take care of what's going on with the
supernatural and is kind of seen as a bitch in
the process, but really she's just making sure
her sister doesn't get hurt. She gets possessed
at one point, which makes for a really hot dance
You were also
recently Scream Queen of the Month on the popular
website. What are the perks of that honor and how
did getting the title come about?
The site www.screamqueen.com contacted me and
asked me to answer some questions and submit some
photos, as did http://www.baronvonkropp.com/coverghoul.html . Since I was in
a horror movie I got a lot of new fans and in a
new genre. I've had fans for a while, mostly due
to my modeling and other films I've done, but
being a horror actress puts me in touch with a
whole new set of people. I really like meeting
new fans and have the diverse set of fans that I
do. It also lets people know I don't fit into
just one category.
I also am curious
about your work in a bit role in Spielberg's
recent 'War of the Worlds'
remake as a refugee. What was your experience of
being on the set of that very big movie?
pretty well organized. 100s of extras and nothing
went wrong. I didn't get to meet Spielberg or
Cruise, but it was still fun and a learning
experience. I'd definitely do it again.
I also want to
hear about your starring role in the upcoming
I've turned that down to pursue another project.
That's a feature called "False Face".
It's about my boyfriend (in the film) having a
gambling problem, and when he tries to take care
of it, just gets into more trouble. I play the
girlfriend who...let's say has something happen
to her. I can't say more or I'd give it away!
Do you have any
other projects in the offing that you would like
to tell the www.racksandrazoirs.com readers about?
actually. In addition to being the Employee of
the Month in Playboy Magazine (April 2006 which
can be backordered) I am the cover-ghoul of the
month http://www.baronvonkropp.com/coverghoul.html I am the Babe of
the Month in New Jersey's "Fast Lane
Biker" Magazine (I was on the cover in
February this year) I've been added to this
website: http://www.weselectmodels.com/view.php?id=827 and http://www.modellocate.com/model/106 also check my
website www.seregonodassey.com often for
Do you have a
first memory of wanting to be an actress?
I first role-played D&D when I was about 15.
That's what made me want to take acting classes.
I thought if I liked doing that and there were
people who were doing it for a living, why not
need to know - vampires, werewolves, ghosts,
witches, aliens, creatures, psychos, zombies,
telemarketers...which does it for you Seregon and
what do I like the most? VAMPIRES! Without a
doubt! I got made fun of a lot in high school but
I don't care now. They're sultry, seductive, and
it's a completely unique non-conforming way of
life. People respect one another and the beauty
of it all is enthralling.
pulling the car into the Seregon O'Dassey Drive
In. What three horror movies are on the triple
bill tonight and what goodies are they going to
be serving up at the concession stand?
"Ghostwatcher 2" obviously, LOL. The
first 'Nightmare on Elm Street' because it's the
only one that's any good, and 'Night of the
Living Dead Part 3' - because it's the most
interesting. I'd be serving ladyfingers, blood
pie, and blood wine (for the Klingon viewers out
What makes you go
psycho in real life?
you in real life?
and finding out I have no coffee. Then I'll know
I'm truly in Hell...
Egads that gives
me the chills. Thanks Seregon, and all the best