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Kristen Cloke - Cloke and Dagger

BackToFrankBlack.com interviews Kristen Cloke, Millennium's Lara Means.

 

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It was last viewed on Tuesday, December 11, 2018, 3:31 PM (UTC).

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This is a cast interview with Kristen Cloke.

Born:

  • Kristen Cloke was born September 2 1969.

Personal Trivia:

  • Kristen Cloke was born in in Van Nuys, California.
  • Kristen is married to Glen Morgan, and hence is the sister-in-law of Darin Morgan.
  • Kristen was hugely popular in the Morgan and Wong produced (Hard Eight Productions) Space: Above and Beyond.
  • Kristen's character Lara Means is often mistakenly called Laura by Millennium's fans.
  • Lara Means appeared in Season Two of Millennium and was very popular with many of the shows fans. She was famous for her catchphrase "Here's my thing..." which offering her opinion.
  • Kristen is considered to be one of Glen Morgan and James Wong's 'Alumni', appearing as Cpt. Shane Vansen in Space: Above and Beyond, Panties St. Celery in The Notorious 7 (unaired), Melissa Ephesian in The X-Files (The Field Where I Died), Lara Means in Millennium, Gloria Kornacki in Skip Chasers (unaired), Ms Valerie Lewton in Final Destination and as Leigh Colvin in the remake of Black Christmas.
  • Kristen Cloke appeared in 10 episode/s of the Millennium television series.

Kristen Cloke - Cloke and Dagger



Millennium Profile image of Kristen Cloke.

Interview:

To those who know me it is no secret that I am a particular admirer of the second season character, Lara Means and the actress who portrayed her, Kristen Cloke. During the course of the campaign I have spoke to her a number of times and she, like so many of the cast and crew, has given freely of their time to us and responded to all campaigners for the return of the franchise with warmth and encouragement. It gives me great pleasure to bring to your attention an interview we conducted with her recently and I am sure that you will all enjoy the result as much as I do.

BACKTOFRANKBLACK.COM: Kristen, thank you for taking the time to speak to us. May I begin by saying that one of the most notable features of the second season of Millennium is the often experimental and creative way in which the stories unfolded. Was it a conscious move to abandon more traditional techniques in order to explore the boundaries of serial television?

KRISTEN CLOKE: I know that Fox wanted to take the show into a different area in the second season. Glen, Jim and Darin are really creative story tellers. I think they approach stories in a unique way. That is who they are as writers and it is reflected in the show.

BTFB: Lara is a unique character in the sense that she is one of few televisual creations to not reveal very much of her history or back-story. Was this a conscious decision to maintain the character's enigmatic nature?

KC: It has been such a long time since I have even watched the show. Some of this is a little hard to remember... I believe Lara talked a little bit about her story in the Christmas episode?? I guess I felt that I knew what her story was, so I never really thought about whether it was talked about. Glen often creates a character for me in his scripts that serve as a story telling device for him. We have a lot of trust and he knows I really want to serve his purpose as a story teller.

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