SKSM: Can you introduce yourself to our readers?
Lisa Hinds: My husband James and I have two grown daughters, Ashleigh and Courtney. My full time job is in the energy business and my hobbies include photography, archaeology digs, sailing, travel. At the top of the list is Acting/Extra work.
SKSM: How did you become involved in The doctor’s case Dollar Baby film?
Lisa Hinds: I was searching for Stephen King Dollar Babies projects and found it on Kickstarter.
SKSM: You played a small role in the film. Could you talk about it?
Lisa Hinds: I originally had a speaking roll Michelle Lieffertz worked with me to teach me how to speak with a British accent. I was in costume and ready to go but we ran out of time. Through the night Denise had finished her contracted time so James asked me to sit in and William B Davis read lines to me. James asked me what he should do as we did not have time for my part. I said whatever you want to do! My life just got made with William reading lines. So I was the cat lady on the stairs looking down with a scowl at JP Winslow/Sherlock. My roll was pivotal.
SKSM: What do you think it is about the story that attracts people so much?
Lisa Hinds: I would have to say it’s Sherlock Holmes/Watson story written by Stephen King. A bit unusual for Mr King.
SKSM: You worked with James Douglas on this film, how was that?
Lisa Hinds: Absolutely wonderful being on the set he is so kind and considerate of everyone around him. I was in awe of how he could be so calm with all that’s going on in the background. He is a talented writer, director and Actor.
SKSM: Can you tell us about the filming steps? Funny things that happened so far (Bloopers, etc).
Lisa Hinds: The Filming steps never seem to go according to schedule on any of the sets I’ve been on. Having said that I was wearing a long skirt which was too small so Michelle Lieffertz had to tape me in. I go to the changing room after filming and I had a big opening in the back the tape had come loose. Whoops! Fortunately my shirt was tucked in.
SKSM: Do you still have any contact with the crew/cast from that time? If so with who?
SKSM: Something you’d like to tell our readers?
Lisa Hinds: I was so fortunate to be part of this project the crew and cast are such wonderful people.