Raven-Symoné, Disney Channel star who recently launched the lifestyle website Ravensymonepresents.com
Book I’m reading:
“Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking” by Malcolm Gladwell
Total number of books I own:
Three books that mean a lot to me:
“Poems of Passion,” by Ella Wheel Wilcox
“The Celestine Prophecy” by James Redfield
“The Power of Intention” by Wayne W. Dyer
What book would you like to see brought to the bigscreen and what book do you hope never gets adapted?
Brought to the big screen: “The Alchemist” by Paulo Coelho; and the one book that I don’t want would be “Digital Fortress” by Dan Brown
Last film I saw:
”Why Did I Get Married?,” directed by Tyler Perry
Three films that mean a lot to me:
“The Matrix,” “The Matrix Reloaded,” and “The Matrix Revolutions,” all directed by Andy and Larry Wachowski
Who do you think is the best actor in Hollywood at the moment? (male or female)
Philip Seymour Hoffman
Who do you think was the brightest star of the silver screen?
If you could play any real-life person in a movie, who would it be and why?
Janet Jackson because I love her and I think its time to have her iconic life story told
Who do you look to for inspiration?
I look up to my mother because of how strong she is.
Song currently playing in my iPod:
My song “In The Pictures”
Three songs that mean a lot to me:
“You’re Still the One,” Shania Twain
“Hero,” Mariah Carey
“You,” Janet Jackson
Concert that changed your life:
Janet Jackson’s All For You tour
TV: South Park
Film: “Pootie Tang,” directed by Louis C.K.
Reading material: Making money books
Web sites: Ones that talk bad about me and Ravensymonepresents.com
What’s the biggest upside of the Internet and what is its biggest downside?
The upside is that you can find and see anything; the downside is that you can find and see anything.
Do you have a dream project?:
My dream project has come true with Ravensymonepresents.com, a life style show for young women
What helps you get out of bed in the morning?
Knowing that there are so many people that you can touch, and that in the future all I’m left with is what people say about me, and not my material things.
Are there any activities you do to make you feel un-famous?
What’s more dangerous: a mountain lion or a bitter ex?
Would you rather see a Lakers game next to Jack Nicholson or a Knicks game next to Spike Lee?