Actress Gabrielle Stone grew up in a family of performers. Her mother is the famed Dee Stone who appeared in the 1980s classic film “E.T.” and her father is Christopher Stone who starred in “The New Lassie” and “Cujo.” Interested in acting from a very young age, Gabrielle is now involved with show business. Her most recent movie—a thriller about a killer who wants to settle down—is titled “Stray” and it is featured on both Google Play and Amazon. Gabrielle was happy to discuss her latest role and her experiences working in the movies.


Blasting News (BN): You come from a family of actors. When did you know that you wanted to be an actress?

Gabrielle Stone (GS): I always thought I wanted to be an actress. I grew up watching my parents in films and being with them on set. It wasn't until I did my fist film that I realized it was what I wanted to do too.

BN: Are there any genres that you really love to work in? If so, which ones and why?

GS: I don't have a favorite genre, I just look for good roles and good material. I just finished a comedy that I had an absolute blast on.

I've done my fair share of horror films, and I always love a good drama.

BN: How did you come to appear in “Stray”?

GS: A friend of the directors happened to be the composer on an earlier film I had done and recommended me to her. She saw my demo reel and sent me the script.

BN: How would you describe this film?

GS: It's a tragic love story with some layers of thrill and heartbreak. The complexities of the characters are great to watch on screen.

BN: Would you consider this to be a personal story?

GS: I think the story itself is very personal. The reality in some of the relationships and situations rang true to me as an actress and I feel like a lot of people will connect with that. Even with the heightened stakes and situations.


BN: Do you have any events or projects in the near future that you want to talk about?

GS: This September I wrapped a horror film project called “Rock Paper Dead” directed by Tom Holland with Maureen McCormick, Tatum O'Neal, and Luke Macfarlane.

I have a festival film called “Swell” in post-production and just finished “The Competition” with Chris Klein and Thora Birch.

BN: What advice can you offer aspiring stars?

GS: I would tell aspiring performers to be strong. Stay true to yourself. Keep going and loving what you're doing.

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