1. What was life for you before you made your appearance on Russian Roulette? What kind of a job were you holding, and all that?
Well, I am a bartender and I have been for sometime. That's pretty much it. Nothing interesting.
2. What was the tryout process for Russian Roulette? What all did you have to do?
Well, I went in and filled out this questionare. Then they said that they will call us.
3. When you were notified that you were to go on the show itself, what was your reaction?
I was like "Yay, my T.V. debut." I was very excited.
4. I remember watching your episode clearly. But before, during or after the game, did you get a chance to speak to any of your opponents? If so, what were they like?
Vanessa seemed like a nice girl and I never spoke to Joe. Ned was hilarious.
5. Did you get a chance to speak to Mark L. Walberg or Burton Richardson?
Mark was really nice and he's very funny. Also very cute.
6. You had $950 going into round 3, but you never hesitated to answer the question, though getting it wrong. What made you decide to take a chance with it?
I thought I knew the answer but when the choices came up, my guess wasnt on there and I was like "Great!".
|Ellen catches the one zone...||...and falls!|
7. It shocked pretty much all of us that you were one of the fewest contestants to ever catch the one drop zone to fall. But, what did the fall feel like? How far was the fall?
The fall was like a heart-stopping fall. The fall was short and it went by fast. It was kinda scary.
8. Did you or any of your family also appear on any other game show?
No, not that I know of.
9. What would you recommend to those who try out to be on a game show?
Have a good personality. All game shows look for that. Don't be boring or shy.
Ellen's opponent, Vanessa Smith would later appear on GSN's "The All-New 3's a Crowd"
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