Nikki Blonsky

Star of “Hairspray,” available today on DVD

Nikki Blonsky, who stars in “Hairspray,” available today on DVD

Total number of books I own:
I own A LOT of books!

Last film I saw:
“Frequency,” directed by Gregory Hoblit

Three films that mean a lot to me:
“Gone with the Wind,” directed by Victor Fleming
“Mary Poppins,” directed by Robert Stevenson
“Hairspray,” both the ‘88 (John Waters) and ‘07 (Adam Shankman) versions!

Who do you think is the best actor in Hollywood at the moment? (male or female):
Hands down the one and only my momma John Travolta.

Who do you look to for inspiration?
I look to my family for inspiration. They give me all the inspiration I’ll ever need.

Song currently playing in my iPod:
“Crazy,” Patsy Cline

Three songs that mean a lot to me:
“Crazy,”Patsy Cline
“Wild Horses,” the Rolling Stones
“Good Morning Baltimore!”

Favorite song lyrics:
“Your Cheatin’ Heart,” Patsy Cline

Guilty pleasures
Reality TV when I have the chance to watch and cheddar Goldfish crackers :)

Do you have a dream project?:
To continue to make more great movies and then someday produce my own autobiography.

What helps you get out of bed in the morning?:
Working and my dog helps me get out of bed.

Are there any activities you do to make you feel un-famous?
One of my favorite things to do that people think is unfamous but I love to do is laundry and give my dog baths and take him for walks.

What is the single worst purchase you’ve made in the past year?
The last and worst purchase I’ve made was a clothes steamer, I can’t put it together and it’s useless. I just use the iron, it was a waste of money.

If you were an adult film star, what would your name be?
If I were an adult film star WHICH I WOULD NEVER BE IN A MILLION YEARS, I’d use my own name Nikki Blonsky because I’m proud of who I am and what I do but I will never be one! I enjoy the genre of family films!

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