Lucy Hale is on the cover of SBJCT Journal. This is the first shoot Hale did since COVID-19 restrictions went into place this past March.
In the interview, the star talks her mentors, her greatest strength as a business person, how she finds a character, what she is professionally proud of, on how she unwinds, what she wants to leave behind and so much more. Highlights can be found below!
On her mentors: “I’ve had the opportunity to work with some incredible people in my career. I did a show called “Privileged” about 12 years ago and worked with Joanna Garcia. I’ll never forget how wonderful she was to everyone. She treated everyone with respect and kindness and worked extremely hard. That left a lasting impression on me because I wanted to be that type of person too. I also did a show years ago and there was one person who was the OPPOSITE of what I wanted to be like. I think it’s good to see both sides of the coin. Every situation can be a learning experience and I always try to keep that in the back on my head.”
On what she is professionally proud of: “This is a tough question cause I’m my own worst critic! I’m proud of everything I’ve done whether it be big or small, but I think Katy Keene was the most fun I’ve had. It was a really special show and an important time in my life.”
On her future projects: “I’m currently in Spain filming a movie called Borrego. Then I’ll go to NYC to film a movie called The Hating Game. These will both be out next year along with a film I did last year called Big Gold Brick.”
You can read her full interview here. What a great interview! What were your favorite parts?