Capital of Canada. That’s Ottawa – not Toronto.
What’s the most elaborate lie you’ve ever told and gotten away with?
Will I have still gotten away with it if I told you?
What’s your favorite word in any language and what does it mean?
Vérité- it can mean many things but directly translated the french word means truth†.
Write down the recipe for your favorite meal.
For as long as I can remember I’ve loved baking. Growing up, baking chocolate chip oatmeal cookies with my dad was a classic (and adding more oats than the recipe called for was always necessary). My premature chef skills & my licking-the-cookie-dough-off-the-spoon-days have evolved beyond dessert making and into the plant-based lifestyle I’ve chosen to adopt. That being said – I’m a huge foodie and my favorite recipe list is a long one. Admittedly, oats are still involved more often than not. Sweet potatoes are another go-to so let’s go with that.
My Sweet Potato Pancakes go as follows:
● 1 ½ cups unsweetened almond milk
● 1 tsp baking powder
● 2 tbsp water
● 2 tsp maple flakes to sweeten (or maple syrup)
● 1 cup oats
● 1/2 cooked sweet potato
● 1 tsp cinnamon
● 1/2 ripe†banana (The browner and spottier the better. Trust.)
What fictional character do you most identify with?
Donna Pinciotti (That ’70s Show).
Describe yourself in three famous paintings?
a. Claude Monet, Water Lilies and Japanese Bridge ©1899®
b. Johannes Vermeer, Girl†With†A†Pearl†Earring
c. Roy Lichtenstein, Girl†With†Hair†Ribbon
What sound or noise do you love?
Oh definitely the sax.
Empty out your pockets or purse. What are the contents?
My mom’s homemade chapstick (life-changing), spare change (a few euros and pence), tea bags (several – mostly green), silk scarf, broken headphones (this I discovered while flying home…it was a long flight…) & an adapter.
Where would you most like to live?
Narnia. Or Southern France. I was lucky to visit last summer with family and fell completely in love.
What is your present state of mind?
Eager. I’m trying to change my perspective to see the bigger picture. Learning to embrace opportunity objectively not obsessively.
Jana Galley, Casting Room no. 30 | Team Credits