Crystal Reed thinks people want to feel good and not be complicated, loves chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream. Star of “Pinball: the Man who Saved the Game” takes a Beyond the Mic Short Cut.

Welcome Crystal Reed:

We’re joined on the Starline by a model and actress who you’ve seen in Teen Wolf, Gotham, Swamp Thing and now in “Pinball: The Man who Saved the Game”. We welcome Crystal Reed.

Crystal, let’s go Beyond the Mic. Your latest project is the story of an old 1970 ban of pinball machines in New York City. What made the role of Ellen such a cool one for you?

What’s your favorite pinball game and are you any good?

Why should people watch this film?

How did cast and crew make you feel comfortable in this role?

The Rockin’ 8:

It’s time for the Rockin’ 8, 8 random questions; answer with the first thing that comes to your mind. There is no Pressure.

1. Favorite place at Wayne State University?

2. Last time you went roller skating?

3. Favorite ice cream flavor?

4. Detroit is given a bad rap, but what make it so wonderful for you?

5. What is your caffeine delivery system, (coffee, soda, energy drinks)?

6. What’s the best golf score you’ve shot?

7. Who is your favorite designer?

8. Favorite Broadway show of all time?

You once said you wanted to finish your degree at NYU. Is that still a goal for you?

Why did modelling and dance not keep your attention but TV and movies were perfect for you?

One Big Question:

You posted “A passionate woman is worth the chaos”. How has the chaos of your life kept you from the passion you need?

Which is your favorite project?

The Wrap:

Crystal wants to play Roxie Hart in Chicago, loves chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream , and thinks Detroit is amazing. She wants you to see “Pinball: The Man who Saved the Game”. Crystal Reed thanks for taking the time to talk with us today

And that my friends is a Beyond the Mic Short Cut.

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