Kayla Perkins has yet to cover two decades on this earth, but already she's amassed a filmography that totals more film appearances (near 30 roles) than many actors three times her age. Besides acting, Kayla fills up her time with modeling, festival appearances, school, and multiple part time jobs. I wanna thank her for taking time out to cover some WiHM questions...
BadRonald: You're 18 now (is that correct?) and you're already a veteran of over 25
films. How did you get your start in the business? And how did you come
to be one of the newest scream queens?
BadRonald: You've been juggling film work, school, modeling, and regiular jobs. Where did you learn this kind of great work ethic?
My Mother, she told me to always follow my dreams. To go after it and
that it won't come to you and that you have to work hard at something
and if you want it bad enough you can do anything that you set your mind
BadRonald: Is horror a genre you've enjoyed outside of work?
Kayla: Yes, I love all genre. I just love acting, It's my passion and I will
work on any kind of movie just to perfect my skill. Like the saying, the
more practice you get the better you will be.
BadRonald: What are your influences in film and in work (people and movies that have inspired you)?
Kayla: Omg! there are so many great actress out there that influences me like
Dakota Fanning, Danielle Harris, Scout Compton, Angelina Jolie, Ashley
Judd, Nicole Kidman, Julia Roberts my list goes on and on but those are
the ones who pop in my head at this moment.
BadRonald: Having started in
this business at a young age, how has your view of the business changed
(if indeed it has) from when you were a young girl, to now as a young
BadRonald: Can you tell me what it's like, being a women in world of horror (what is your view on the role of women in horror)?
Kayla: I really don't see that it is any different from other genre of movies
except for the screaming and being a bloody mess at times but I wouldn't
have it any other way!
BadRonald: With all the experience you've gained in the film business, will you move into a role behind the camera?
I don't see me doing that anytime soon. I think their job is alot more
stressful then being an Actress. There is a lot that goes into making a
Thank you Kayla!
See more on Kayla at her website: kaylaperkins.com