“Apparition” Leading Actress, Carolyn Brown
as Clara Bryant
How did you come in contact with Leesley Films?
How was the atmosphere when you were on the set?
The atmosphere was fun, professional, and inviting, as all of us worked as a team to get it done right.
How important is the story to “Apparition” to you personally?
It’s important because of the things that have happened in my personal life concerning this subject.
What did you like about the character you played in the movie?
I can’t say much. I’ll just say, every emotion you see my character play in the film are my real emotions about this subject.
What were the differences with the screenplay to “Apparition” compared to other Christian movies?
How much time did you/have you devoted to the production of the movie?
The hours are countless, but I always give it my 100 percent.
What is/are your long-term goals in the Christian film industry?
I’ve been acting since I was five years old as I got started in a children’s community playhouse. Acting has always been a dream of mine.”
A message from the Director:
I went through several ladies looking for someone to play Clara Bryant, the second most important character in the film. To simply say that God specifically picked Carolyn to play Clara will not suffice enough. It’s because his decisions are perfect.
Out of everyone that I’ve worked with in this huge production that God pieced together, I was always reminded when I was working with Carolyn that she was a gift. All I would have to do is give her the screenplay to the next scene and we’d film it. No rehearsing was needed with her because her talent would always show on the scene. This was a big relief for me. The second most important character in this film and she played it with ease and no extra coaching from me.
Thank you, Carolyn.
Our first meeting after Carolyn wins the part to play,
Carolyn talks about the film and her character in the movie.
Music written and recorded by Ken Soltys for Remlif Entertainment LTD.
Used by permission. All rights reserved.
A “Hockey Mom” video Carolyn and I made for a reality show.