44 Questions with Actress Georgina Seville-Hunt

“There’s no limit to anything, there’s no limit to ambition.”

I first met Georgina Seville-Hunt at the read through for “Glorious!”; the play we were in earlier this year. She was playing Maria, the Mexican maid and she’d been cast perfectly; her Spanish was impeccable and her interpretation of the character hilarious, come performance night, the audience loved her.

At 21, Georgie is one of the most self-assured, awesome, no-nonsense people I’ve ever met. I have a huge amount of admiration and respect for her. When she told me she’d just finished a foundation year at LAMDA (London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art) it didn’t surprise me; she displays everything I’d expect from a LAMDA student; talent, focus and well, balls. 

We pretty much hit it off straight away, quickly realising we had a lot in common. For the duration of the performances, Georgina and I could be found: in the dressing room belting out some S Club 7 (mildly irritating our fellow cast members), on the stage prior to the show exhibiting some rather unique dance moves, or backstage looking for edible props (such as Madeira cake, which we happily gobbled up on the final night).

One very special cast member actually said we reminded her of Jedward, the annoying Irish identical singing twins – which we somehow took as a compliment of our friendship- and which later gave rise to the name:

ANG-INA. (Angie + Georgina...pronounced like the chest pain).

Georgina currently teaches Latin and Ballroom dancing part-time and acts in plays and short films.

1.) Describe yourself in three words:
Fun. Weird. Outgoing.

2.) Do you have a special morning or evening routine? 
I have a cup of tea with a spoonful of honey every morning.

3.) How do you unwind at the end of the day? 
I listen to music.-  Latin music.

4.) What do you say to yourself to keep positive?
I CAN do this.

5.) What is something that really excites you? 

6.) Do you have any habits you’re trying to break?
Clicking my fingers.

7.) Who are your favourite actors?
Olivia Coleman, Helen Mirren, Benedict CucumberBatch and Al Pacino.

8.)Who is your favourite playwright?

9.)What are you most grateful for?
My health.

10.)What makes you so angry you can’t think about it for too long?
Dawdlers in shops.

11.) What would you tell your 15 year old self? 
You CAN do this!!!!

12.) What would be your dream career or careers? 

13.) What are you currently doing to work towards your dream?
Acting in plays and short films.

14.) How was this idea born?
When I was in college studying performing arts.

15.) Name three things you’d like to say you did before you die:
Jumped out of an aeroplane.
Been to every country in the world.
Be able to be fluent in another language. 

16.) If you could be one person for the day who would it be?
Elvis Presley. Love Elvis.

17.) What is your favourite quote?
“An arrow can only be shot by pulling it backwards. So when life is dragging you back just focus and keep aiming.”

18.) When are you happiest? 
When I’m with friends and family having a good time.

19.) One of the happiest days of your life?
When I swam with dolphins, I was ten in Portugal.

20.) Make up a lie about yourself right now..
My name is Maria and I am a maid in the 1920s.

21.) One thing you took from your LAMDA experience?
I can’t put it into words.

22.) Name one thing you love about yourself:
My curly hair.

23.) What is the best advice/guidance your parents gave you?
Be true to yourself..

24.) Describe your perfect day: 
I wake in a completely different city. Sevilla. Get up. Have a great breakfast. I step out of the door. I explore this new place. Meet new people. Eat great food. And experience the great culture. I’d go and watch a flamenco show and drink sangria till the sun goes down.

25.) If you weren’t acting, what would you be doing?
I’d be doing something to do with film making, a director or producer or script writing.

26.) Five things that bring you joy?
Music. Food. My friends and family. Acting. Dancing.

27.) Four things you couldn’t live without?
Friends and family. Music. The theatre. The sun.

28.) Three things you’d change about the world? 
Donald Trump. More happiness. No more war.

29.) What are your favourite films?
About time. Gone girl. Stand Up Guys.

30.) Favourite musicals?
Grease. West Side Story. Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat. Hairspray.

31.) Favourite Plays?
Othello. Things I know to Be true. Immaculate.

32.) What did you want to be when you were little?
A brain surgeon.

33.) People you’d most like to meet:
Elvis Presley. Meryl Streep. Enrique Iglesias. J Lo.

34.) What are three things you know to be true?
Life keeps going on.
You can’t change the past.
Happiness is the key.

35.) What do you love most about life?
There’s no limit to anything, there’s no limit to ambition.

36.) What do you hate the most about life?
You can’t go back in time, but I reckon that’s a good thing sometimes as you can really muck things up… speaking from experience…

37.) Speaking of time travel, if you could travel to any time or place where and when would it be?
50s America.

38.) What is your biggest pet peeve about other people?

39.) What is your proudest achievement? 
Jumping out of an aeroplane for charity.

40.) What do you worry most about?
Succeeding in my career.

41.) What’s one thing you wish you knew how to do?
Speak Spanish fluently.

42.) Name three things you think about more than the average person:

43.) What did you learn yesterday?
I learnt that you can only fit five vases in a big plastic storage box. I tried to fit six but you just can’t. (I was clearing out my dance studio)

44.) What is happiness?
Happiness is when I don’t have a care in the world.


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