To me, my character of Annie Gloom is the type of person that uses her dark powers to make people she dislikes either cry or feel depressed. Overall I'd say she has a pretty multi-faceted personality, which is very exciting to think about, considering where she can go from season one onwards.
Her best friend is a doll name Pepper who she talks to constantly and with whom she shares all of her secrets. It's been very interesting, playing off of an inanimate object, as Pepper is a very special part of Annie’s character because she highlights her antisocial behavior. In fact, she can relate more to the doll than she can to the rest of the Unsung Heroes! But hopefully she will eventually move forward and grow and learn to let people in!
When we reshot my scene in 2016, we used the same location as the original shoot, which took place years before. The first shoot was in July and it was extraordinarily hot that day, as I remember needing a lot of water and the fans had to be turned up to the max -- what with me wearing a long sleeve dress and leggings in such humid weather.
gray sky and rainy weather, which, luckily for her, she got via the reshoot!
It’s been a fun ride being involved with Unsung Heroes as a series regular. Here and there I've been helping Devin out with some production / producer issues, and it's very exciting to see this series develop and take shape. In fact, this has made me look forward to delving deeper into the stories of Annie Gloom and the other Unsung Heroes, and I can’t wait to learn more about all the characters and meet the new ones in season 2. Before then, however, here, check this out...
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