“I Secretly Hoped That I Would Somehow Become A Disney Princess One Day:” A TDQ Q&A With Actress And Miss Asia USA 2016 Ashley Park

Ashley Park

Ashley Park

This week’s TDQ Q&A is with actress Ashley Park. The current Miss Asia USA spoke to us about her role in “Rogue Warrior: Robot Fighter,” her gig as Miss Asia USA and her background as an athlete. Here is this week’s TDQ Q&A with actress Ashley Park:

The Daily Quarterly: What made you want to be in show business?

Ashley Park: As a child, I always knew that being an actress was something that I wanted very badly. At the time, however, it simply wasn’t in the cards for me. Once my athletic career was over, I found myself yearning for that childhood dream again. I started taking acting classes, and found that I loved it even more than I had anticipated.

TDQ: Who was your favorite actress growing up?

AP: My favorite actress growing up was definitely Audrey Hepburn. I was given the movie “My Fair Lady” at a very young age, and I memorized every song and almost every line of her dialogue in the film, accent and all. I have always been a huge fan of hers!

Ashley Park

We don’t know if Disney is rebooting Snow White but we think it’s time and we think Ashley Park should be the model.

TDQ: What was your favorite movie growing up?

AP: My favorite movie growing up was “My Fair Lady,” but I also loved every Disney movie on the market. I owned practically every Disney princess movie that was released, and I memorized all of the songs. I think I secretly hoped that I would somehow become a Disney princess one day.
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Now That Heat Have Lost The NBA Finals, Chris Bosh Can Concentrate 100% On Lawsuit Over Facebook Page Comparing Him To “Monsters, Inc.” Character

Chris Bosh

The Facebook fan page in question. The resemblance is uncanny.

Miami—Miami Heat “player” Chris Bosh might not have earned himself a championship ring, trophy, respect or anything else earlier this month, but he can take solace in knowing that losing the NBA Finals in six games gives him the opportunity to commit full-time to his pending lawsuit against the creator of a Facebook fan page comparing Bosh to “Randall” from the Disney-Pixar film, “Monsters, Inc.”

Lawyers for Bosh issued a statement regarding the lawsuit saying, “While Mr. Bosh certainly would have enjoyed winning his basketball matches and celebrating in Miami with his colleagues and hoisting the NBA Cup, he does find a measure of comfort in being able to concentrate completely in putting a stop to this childish, scandalous page on the social networking site known as ‘Facebook.’” Continue reading