Alice Fulks (AF): A great friend of mine, Adam Conlon, introduced me to Steven Foster. I auditioned and landed the role of the Countess in Gilgamesh.
AF: I enjoy both acting and directing. Right now I have just finished assistant directing a show and I look forward to being back on stage. It is a blessing to do what you love. I am grateful to have found a profession that brings so much joy to my life.
AF: Mylene is a complex character. She is loyal and protective of her team, yet she is the epitome of a vixen: fierce, cunning, and unpredictable. She uses her feminine wiles to get exactly what she wants. But there is also a mysterious side to Mylene. She has secrets and a dark past.
AF: First off, I am having a blast working with director Charlie [Campbell]. He is incredibly talented at drawing out the best performances from all of the voice actors. The animation is beautiful, the storyline is punchy and the music rocks!
AF: I am a rather non-confrontational person and I tend to shy away from conflict. Not Mylene, when she sees danger, she runs full speed right into it.
AF: Yes. But even better than a Bond girl, a Bond cyborg!
AF: She is multi-layered and I feel deeply sensitive and aware of her power. But with great power comes great responsibility. There are many things she has had to sacrifice to be in her position.
AF: The booth is always freezing. While recording one day, I spilt water all over myself and the microphone and Bobby and Charlie threatened to turn the air conditioning down even further! Seriously though - the action foley sequences are pretty comical. You really have to throw your body around to get an authentic action sound. Charlie has been great about drawing those noises out of me.
AF: New York was fabulous! Chloe Dow [winner of Project Runway] designed our gowns and we hosted the award show with Pierre Bernard of Conan O'Brien fame. The entire experience was thrilling! I am so grateful to have been a part of it.
AF: Currently, I am directing a documentary centered on body image which will screen in June, and in July I am moving to Chicago to pursue improvisation at Second City.