Does anyone know anything about Jill Frappier?

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Hades Impact

Lapis Lunaris
Mar 3, 2004
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Lunar Archivist said:
Evidently, you've never seen Heavy Metal: The Movie, where she provides the voice of the slutty professor's daughter who tries seducing Harry Canyon. :D

As for Jill Frappier, I was lucky enough to meet her a few years ago, and one thing that really surprised me was her sense of humor and cheerful yet reserved personality, which were the exact polar opposite of Luna's. Someone asked her what she thought of playing the human Luna in the S Movie and she said something the tune of, 'I enjoyed it very much. It was nice having arms and legs like everyone else for a change." :)
Heh. Heavy Metal is pretty old, isn't it? It's played on Space or Bravo a few times in the past, but I never got around to watching it.

Jill seems to be an affable person. You really were lucky to see her. :)
I didn't mind her take on Luna. It was unique.
 

marspeach

Lapis Lunaris
Oct 11, 2003
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Grey Jay said:
Lunar Archivist said:
Evidently, you've never seen Heavy Metal: The Movie, where she provides the voice of the slutty professor's daughter who tries seducing Harry Canyon. :D

As for Jill Frappier, I was lucky enough to meet her a few years ago, and one thing that really surprised me was her sense of humor and cheerful yet reserved personality, which were the exact polar opposite of Luna's. Someone asked her what she thought of playing the human Luna in the S Movie and she said something the tune of, 'I enjoyed it very much. It was nice having arms and legs like everyone else for a change." :)
Heh. Heavy Metal is pretty old, isn't it? It's played on Space or Bravo a few times in the past, but I never got around to watching it.

Jill seems to be an affable person. You really were lucky to see her. :)
I didn't mind her take on Luna. It was unique.
I didn't care for the old British lady sound of Luna, but it wasn't bad when she was a cat. In human form, though, it was terrible! The voice ruined beautiful human Luna.
 

Hades Impact

Lapis Lunaris
Mar 3, 2004
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Toronto, ON
#23
Just reading through www.thestar.com. Spotted a Terri Hawkes reference.

The Toronto Star said:
Designer Thien Le doesn't care if he goes to the Academy Awards tonight. It's enough that one of his gowns is going to be there, on the back of actress Terri Hawkes, wife of Jeff Sackman, whose company ThinkFilm is a distributor of two contenders: Being Julia, whose star Annette Bening is up for an Oscar, and The Story of the Weeping Camel, up for the best documentary trophy.

The dress, a dark-red silk iridescent taffeta with black tulle on the bottom from Le's spring collection, references one of his favourite eras, the `40s. "My favourite period is 1930 to 1950, the elegant period," he states.