AUSXIP Interviews Adrienne Wilkinson: Actress, Blogger, Charity Worker, All Round Cool Chick

Image635477958961162929One on One with Adrienne Wilkinson

Actress, Blogger, Charity Worker, All Round Cool Chick

Interviewed by: Rosa Lambros
October 2014 Interview (Interviewed in August 2014)

In this month’s AUSXIP Interview we take the time to catch up with Adrienne Wilkinson. Adrienne is no stranger to us here at AUSXIP. We host the Official Adrienne Wilkinson Fan Site and we have interviewed Adrienne on a number of occasions (see below the interview for the links to previous interviews). Adrienne has graciously agreed to update us on what she has been up to since our last interview in 2008. A lot has happened since then in Adrienne’s very busy life in front and behind the camera.

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TAEM Interview with Actress Adrienne Wilkinson

Image635475696077752062TAEM- The Arts and Entertainment Magazine is very honored to present a most talented, beautiful, and well known actress to all our readers. Since 1996 she has appeared in films and television shows and has more than sixty-five credits toward her acting career. She has also been a producer, director, and writer and has contributed to a soundtrack to her long list of achievements as well.

   This well known personality is actress Adrienne Wilkinson whose name is well known throughout Hollywood and the television industry. Adrienne, what made you choose acting as your career and what training did you undertake to achieve such a resounding success ?


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Adrienne Wilkinson in 501stCast MiniCast: December 10, 2010: May the Force Be With Katie

Show Notes: May the Force Be With Katie (December 10, 2010)

Special Contributors: Ashley Eckstein, Katie Cook, Cynthia Martin, Angie Mayhew, Peter Mayhew, Mary Oyaya, Adrienne Wilkinson.

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Post-Production: Dean Plantamura (TK-899)

Katie is a first grade girl who was teased for bringing her Star Wars water bottle into school because the boys in her class say Star Wars is only for boys. Since her mother posted the story on the web and thousands of people of all ages have read and commented to show support for Katie and any other children who are bullied for simply being themselves.

On December 10th, 2010, let’s really give her something to smile about. Wear a Star Wars tee shirt or something to show that you support Katie, Star Wars, female fans and anti-bullying.

Katie’s parents have requested that, in lieu of more gifts for Katie, donations should be made to needy children. Spread the immense amount of love and goodwill inherent in the support this lucky girl has received. Let’s make some other current and future Star Wars fans as happy as we’ve made Katie and keep the goodness going!

Facebook Event page:!/event.php?eid=113784095353278

An interview with Katie’s mom:

The blog that started it all:

Star Wars gear for girls: