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Karina Chronicles

Frockstar™: Heather Marion of ‘So Natural’

Name: Heather Marion
Age: 28 and growing
Location: Los Angeles
Online homes: twitter // website // imdb // ucla creative directory

Favorite Karina dress: Gala

How you know Karina: I will model for her in a coming episode of So Natural, and I’m very excited (unless I need a large bosom to make them look nice).

What are your every day, must-reads, online or off?
Daily Variety, Facebook updates of my friends and frenemies, and whatever book I’m reading.

You’re an actress and a comedienne.  What’s the most ridiculous role you’ve played?
This is a tie between Casey Anthony working at a daycare and a gay male referee at an MMA match.

Everyone’s told a joke that bombs.  What advice would you give for recovering from a bad joke at a dinner party?
The upshot of a dinner party is that you’re with your friends. To be safe, I’d cram my mouth with mashed potatoes and look around as if I wasn’t the one who was just talking.

If you could give your 16 year old self advice, what would you say?
You don’t know shit. It’s okay. No one else does, either.

Your perfect day.  What would it look like?
All the Disney princesses wake me up. My dad drives the boat while I waterski around Lovewell Lake, the lake in Kansas I grew up on. I get a cookie dough blizzard from Dairy Queen on my way home, where I’d hang out with my family and my dog in Superior, Nebraska. I’m incredibly fit and sexy, by the way. Then somehow I’d be in Los Angeles, where I’d hang out with my friends at The Magic Castle before attending the premiere of my own movie, which I wrote and co-starred in. Jeff Garlin, Lew Hunter, Red Sonja, Wes Anderson, Luke Skywalker, and Aladdin would be in the front row. The film would get a standing ovation. I’d ride my motorcycle home to Malibu to find that my boyfriend had string cheese and Sour Patch Kids waiting for me, and we’d watch fireworks on the deck. Then I’d say thank you to God, call my mom, and go to sleep after curfew. Disney princesses sing me to sleep.

Thanks for sharing, Heather!


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