I recently did an interview with Jesse Kove, who is one of the stars from the upcoming movie D-Day. I thought I’d share it here with you all on my home blog!
As many of you know, I’m a freelance contributor for a few different entertainment sites. But since this is my personal blog/site, I thought it would be cool to make my content a little more easily accessible to my Commyounicate fam by posting it here so you all can see it as well.
So here you go!
I also like to give ya’ll the inside scoop from time to time and “break the fourth wall,” so to speak by giving a little inside perspective on the entertainment writing industry, because… why not? It’s cool stuff!
So the bottom line is, Jesse is a great dude. He’s as kind as can be. And he’s also a kick-butt actor. I don’t say that lightly. I see a lot of movie pre-screenings in my work as a writer, and his performance in D-Day was bar none. Seriously.
He’s got the ability to turn it up to high octane in battle scenes, to chill when needed, and most of all, he’s just a natural. I was so impressed with his performance.
I’m not sure how to describe his acting other than to say that it was frickin sick! Could have given Chris Evans a run for his money to play Captain America.
In the above interview for Monsters and Critics magazine, we talk about D-Day. And in the one below for Our Community Now, we get to know Jesse a little bit better by getting more into his story and learning who he is as a person. I find both angles to be equally interesting when conducting interviews.
Everyone has a story to tell. Every person is unique. Interviewing draws out the diamonds in people, and this one below was no exception — it was also a lot of fun.
Check both interviews out and share! (M&C up top and OCN immediately above this line.)
In the Our Community Now interview (immediately above), Jesse shares about how he and his dad, Cobra Kai star Martin Kove, work through movie prep together. It is a father/son dynamic duo — they both help to refine each other. Jesse also was able to hang out with his father on movie sets growing up, which helped him to learn early and often about the acting industry.
The two have a really awesome dynamic.
Martin Kove was actually the one I was connected with first. I interviewed him for varying magazines, including one for you all here at Commyounicate. (Links below). And when Jesse decided to go under the same representation, I was asked to give him some press as well.
Wonderful individuals, both Martin and Jesse Kove. Extremely talented actors and even better human beings.
Anyhoo… just wanted to pass that along! And remember, there is something unique about every individual. You have a story to tell too! The meaning of Commyounicate is that every person is special and has a unique story to communicate — unique gifts to give to the world. Stay positive and press on, Commyounicate fam!