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Maranda Pleasant: What makes you come alive or inspires you?

Tara Reid: The future. I really look forward to knowing that something is always possible. There are opportunities out there for everyone, always. This truly inspires me.

MP: What makes you feel vulnerable?

TR: Loss. It is a very vulnerable feeling to lose something very close to your heart or someone very dear to you.

MP: If you could say something to everyone on the planet, what would it be?

TR: “Believe. Believe in yourself. Believe in others. Believe there is positive in everything.”

MP: How do you handle emotional pain?

TR: Loved ones. They are my backbone. They are the people that I turn to when I need the most support and the people who come to me when they are in need.

MP: How do you keep your center in the middle of chaos? Do you have a daily routine?

TR: Inner strength. And my daily routine is hitting the gym and working out. When I exercise, I feel better, emotionally and physically.

MP: What’s been one of your biggest lessons so far in life?

TR: To trust my gut. I really have learned to trust myself in business and in my own life.

MP: What truth do you know for sure?

TR: Unconditional love.

MP: What causes or organizations are you passionate about?

TR: Tomorrows Children’s Fund.

MP: Tell me about your latest projects.

TR: Sharknado 2, which has been an amazing international phenomenon. I am still astonished by how much people have embraced the movies and have supported them.

I have a perfume called Shark by Tara, which I am very proud of, and a horror movie that I shot in Australia called Charlie’s Farm, which comes out in Australia on the fourth of December and internationally following that.

MP: What is love for you?

TR: Not being judged.

Tara Reid started acting at age six, and her first film was A Return to Salem’s Lot. Tara’s big break was as Bunny Lebowski in The Big Lebowski. She has been in forty-six movies, including those in the American Pie franchise.

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