This Is Who We Are Message Board - Exclusive Interview With Fawnia Mondey
Scott Pugliese (Selfosophy Psycho): How did you come to be involved with the X-Files and Millennium?
Fawnia: I auditioned for the pilot which was to be called: 2000, before they changed the name to Millennium. I was a dancer in the pilot, as well as in real life.
Scott: What was it like working with the staff and actors of the 1013 shows?
Fawnia: Very exciting and always fun. I was on Millennium five times and X-Files once.
Scott: Did you meet or get to know Lance Henriksen?
Fawnia: Yes, first I worked with Lance in 'Profile For Murder', and we had a "love scene" together if you can believe it, then he killed me...or was it him? You'll have to see the movie (rent it).
Scott: [The reason I asked the previous questions is] I know that [Lance Henriksen] wasn't involved very much with Somehow Satan Got Behind Me because he had some difficulty with spoofing MillenniuM.
Fawnia: Wow! you sure are in tune with this show. "Somehow Satan Got Behind Me", was a fun show to shoot; getting to dance at the Penthouse in Vancouver brought back great memories, or maybe the crew and cast is what made it great.
Scott: What was it like working with Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny [in The X-Files episode, "Elegy"]?
Fawnia: Unfortunately, I saw them from a distance only.
Scott: Which episodes of MillenniuM did you enjoy performing in the most?
Fawnia: Working with KISS was interesting [in "13 Years Later"], though my part was small (running across the floor during their concert screaming). I enjoyed "Somehow Satan Got Behind Me" since I was able to dance. Also the one where I was in the pharmacy with my fiance getting meds and we ended up being drugged [in "Loin Like a Hunting Flame"]. That was the most challenging role, since I was to cry.
Scott: Have you worked with any of the writers, producers, or directors of The X-Files or MillenniuM in other projects?
Fawnia: Director David Nutter worked with me several times on MillenniuM. Some of the crew was on other projects as well. Vancouver is a great community for film and tv so it's not uncommon to see the same faces on various shows.
Scott: Do you keep in contact with [any of the Ten Thirteen writers, producers, or directors?
Fawnia: Unfortunately no. I now live in both Nassau, Bahamas and Victoria, BC, and my career goals have changes slightly to promoting my instructional dance videos, and competing in figure, and fitness modeling for magazines.
This interview is courtesy of Scott Pugliese - This is who we are Millennium Message Board.
June 8, 2003