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STAR-KIDZ EXCLUSIVES

Haley Pullos currently portrays Molly on General Hospital. Her first episode aired in July of 2009. All questions are answered by Haley herself.

1. Have you hung out with Vanessa (Brenda) at all?
No. But I really wish we had. Though, we did run into each other on the stairs — I just finished shooting my scenes and she was rushing up to the stage to shoot her scenes and we very nearly collided with each other. Vanessa had just enough to time to say, “Sorry, honey!” before rushing away. I could tell that she was really concerned too. Later, I thought, “Wow! That was Vanessa!!”

2. Which do you prefer: TV, movies, or commercials?
That’s a tough one. Some TV shows are shot the same way that movies are shot, with a single camera. But then you have shows like GH that uses at least four cameras at one time. And, of course, the more cameras you have, the faster you can finish a scene. So, I guess I like single camera shoots a little more, because then I get to act for a longer period of time. If only GH would let me shoot 30 scenes a day — that’d be so cool! 🙂

3. How did you enjoy working with Lexi during the abuse storyline?
Lexi is the most amazing person — and I’m not just saying this, I really mean it. She such an great actress. And I feel as though I’m a better performer when I get to play off of her energy. The abuse scenes are a really good example. Because Lexi is so good and because her makeup was so authentic, it was very easy to let the tears flow and imagine that I was in the moment. I’m not sure I could have done as well without Lexi.

4. Does Lexi ever give you any tips on acting?
Not really. But, because we sometimes rehearse together, I wouldn’t be surprised if she makes subtle changes to her delivery based on the way I do mine. That’s what I do with almost everyone I’m in a scene with.

5. Is there anyone you’d like to share the screen with in the future?
Johnny Depp. I really want to be cast in the new Dark Shadows movie!!!

6. Do you miss working with Aaron Refvem? and how do you like working with Aaron Sanders?
I really miss Aaron Refvem. In addition to being cast-mates, we were pretty good friends and our parents were pretty close too. Sadly, we’ve both been busy with other things and we haven’t been able to connect in a while. But we will soon. And I love working with Aaron Sanders. He’s another great actor and he’s very sweet too.

7. What was the experience like filming the Burger King commercial?
It was a lot fun — although the shoes they gave me were a little too small. But I barely noticed because I was having so much fun.

8. How do you like working with Carolyn?
In a word: FANTASTIC! Carolyn is the sweetest, funniest person. I always look forward to doing a scene with Carolyn or just getting to hang out with her for a little while.

9. What has been one of the funniest things to happen on set or backstage for one of your scenes?
Well, on the set of Dollhouse, Joss Whedon, the director, was telling me that he was a huge fan of the Simpsons. And, that day, we just happen to be filming in a sound stage that had the Simpsons characters decorating the outside of the building. So, at lunch, I went over to the Fox gift shop and bought Joss a baseball hat with a Duff Beer logo on it. When I gave it to Joss, he thanked me and said, “Oh, look a hat with a beer on it. I’d rather have a beer with a hat on it.” Everyone around us started laughing and I did too, he’s so funny. But what was really surprising was that the first assistant director told me that Joss doesn’t really like to wear hats, but he wore my hat all that day.

10. What was your favorite set of scenes to film for GH this year?
Any scene that I get to do with Steve Burton is automatically placed among my favorites because I love how big and tough Jason is so affected by little Molly. So, this year’s favorite scene has to be the one where Molly comes close to ordering a hit on Mr. Bauer. And, because of the mob enforcer’s high moral standards about right and wrong, Molly is set straight.

We’d like to thank Haley and her family for participating in the Star-Kidz Holiday Q&A event this year!


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