• GASPARD ULLIEL - interview en anglais

     

     

     

      

    Where are you from originally?

    Leon, France. Though don’t easily assume that I have the famous accent or can speak much of the language, however; my parents moved to New Haven, Connecticut when I was nine years old.

    If you’re not from London, why are you here?

    My original intentions? To become talented and worthy enough to join the esteemed London Symphony Orchestra, and eventually gain some merit as a musician in this world… However, now? Simply to keep my life.

    Describe your relationship with your parents.

    I’d like to say that I had a fairly decent, normal childhood without any real complaints about my parents or as such. Of course, I haven’t actually spoken to them for a year now, but… Surely they’d understand should they know the truth.

    Are you employed? If so, where?

    I’m the owner of a nice hole-in-the-wall bar dubbed Tornado Alley. And, well, f you ever go there, you’d quickly understand why it’s named just so.

    Are you in school? If so, what are you studying?

    Already graduated, I’m afraid; Masters in Music via the Harvard Music program.

    Would you ever befriend anyone from another clique?

    I don’t see too much of a problem with that.

    Would you ever date anyone from another clique?

    Erm… Aside from… Certain circumstances, I would never mind. I mean, I’m quite the well-off man despite what my clique may entitle to me to reputation-wise. Then again, I suppose having a place in Kensington is exactly just saying I’m “well-off”, now does it?

    What are your hobbies (at least three)?

    • Music. Not only is it my hobby, but my passion. I bear no discrimination as far as tastes go, for I am an eclectic and open to all genres, despite my more appearance and favoring of what seems to be the more sophisticated side of things.
    • Photography. There is just something so enchanting about collecting vintage cameras. Not only that, but taking pictures in general. It really makes you see things from refreshing views when you put yourself in a stranger’s shoes.
    • Wandering. I would consider it a consider my form of therapy on all accounts, as there’s been nothing more relaxing and yet, at the same time, more invigorating, than letting one’s feet take you wherever it wishes and not truly knowing where you’re headed… Sometimes it feels lovely to forget who you are for a little while as well.

    How do you feel about drugs and alcohol?

    Well, as they do say: “candy is dandy, but liquor’s quicker”. I’m delved into both areas, but I’d rather stick to smoking and drinking, both occasionally. Especially with what I’ve seen that can happen to those who cross the boundary lines.

    What’s your biggest secret?

    Well, ehm… I’m indefinitely indebted to my best friend, who’s an esteemed member of a London mob. That’s all I’ll say about the matter.

    Anything else you’d like to share?

    Tucker’s not my real name. But you don’t need to know who I used to be.

    Role Player’s Desired Ships:

    Tucker/Chemistry.

     

     

     

     

     

     


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