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Which star of the silver screen are you?
Stamped as Louise Brooks // Reapplication 
11 22 09
I just never saw much of Louise Brooks in me. I can see how I was stamped as her, but I decided after a while that I need a re-stamp.


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THE BASICS

Name: Katie
Age: Sixteen
Location: Virginia
"Star" sign: Aquarius

ABOUT YOURSELF

Describe your personality in five adjectives: Indecisive, affectionate, optimistic, artistic, and stubborn.
What are some good points?: I'm really quirky. I stand strong with my beliefs and defend them when people question them. I voice my opinion whenever it's needed, but at many times I'm left being as quiet as a mouse. I have a very strong sense of humor and I use it quite often whenever a situation is awkward. I'm a dreamer and I spend a lot of my time with my thoughts far off. I care far more about people and their feelings then an average sane person would. I'm a surprisingly humble person. I don't think of myself as the best at everything and anything and I'm usually surprised when I get a compliment for something. I'm also a hopeless romantic.
What are some bad points?: I am very stubborn and sarcastic. Often times if someone tries to convince me to do something, I won't do it. I need someone to provide good evidence that I should do it or else I won't. If it's school work, I'll do it. If it's a life decision, I might take it into consideration. My sarcasm can be a tad biting, but slightly humorus in a way. I'm very loud and obnoxious. Think of that little fish in Finding Nemo that swims up to Nemo to scream in his face, "I'm obnoxious!" That's me, perfectly. I'm very impatient and I cannot stand waiting for something either a long period of time or just five minutes.
What are some of your interests, hobbies, and talents?: Drawing, painting, reading, writing, singing, and acting.
What's one thing you dislike?: Ignorance.
Are you more unsocial or a social butterfly?: Social butterfly.
What do you like to do (ex., on a Friday night)? What would your perfect day be like?: I'd be perfectly happy with a long walk and good conversation.
What are some of your goals in life?: Graduate high school, get into a good college, and attempt to become a visual development artist for Disney.
Are there any political issues or causes you feel strongly about?: There are a few, but not many. I'm very liberal and when I feel the need, I voice my opinion. Most of the time I don't give a care.
What are your favorite books?: Harry Potter, The Outsiders, The Taming of the Shrew, Romeo and Juliet, A Midsummer Nights Dream, A Series of Unfortunate Events, Pirates!, To Kill a Mockingbird, Blue Bloods, Sense and Sensibility, Little Women, The Devil Wears Prada, Wicked, Confessions of an Ugly Stepsister, The Host, and I Am America (And So Can You).
Your favorite music (bands or type)?: Say Anything, The Beatles, Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, Vampire Weekend, Steve Miller Band, Billie Holiday, Bloc Party, Regina Spektor, Dashboard Confessional, The Fratellis, Valencia, My Favorite Highway, Owl City, and Panic at the Disco. I also love soundtracks and Disney music.
Your favorite time period?: Anywhere between the 1920s and the 1960s.
Your favorite clothing item (shirt, dress, pants, corset, stockings, garters, fascinator, etc.)?: Dresses that are form fitting from the waist up, but flair out at the waist. I'm horrible at describing clothing.
Which is your favorite decade of the 20th century, fashion- or lifestyle-wise?: Fashion: The 1950s. Lifestyle: The 1940s.
Which cities would you most like to travel to?: London, New York City, Naples, and Paris.
Do you have any style icons or heroines?: Audrey Hepburn and Marilyn Monroe.
Who's your favorite person in the whole world? Why?: Glen Keane simply because I admire him to the point of which it may or may not be considered insane. He's created so many Disney characters that I love and are so memorable to so many different people. They hold so much depth and are so interesting to watch. I hope, someday, I can create a character as great as his.
What do you admire most about people?: The ability to look past the bad and see the good.

ABOUT THE SILVER SCREEN

What are your favorite movies?: Disney Movies (and non-Disney), Pixar Movies, Harry Potter, Forrest Gump, Some Like it Hot, Public Enemies, Slumdog Millionaire, Milk, Singing In The Rain, Rent, Pineapple Express, Superbad, 10 Things I Hate About You, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Roman Holiday, Arsenic and Old Lace, Sabrina, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Anastasia, Across the Universe, Juno, Breakfast at Tiffany's, Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist, and Drop Dead Gorgeous.
Your favorite classic movies?: Some Like it Hot, Sabrina, The Sound of Music, Little Woman, The Wizard of Oz, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Charade, Mary Poppins, Rebel Without a Cause, Oklahoma, Arsenic and Old Lace, and Roman Holiday.
Who are your favorite actresses (from any period)?: Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn, Mae West, Scarlet Johansson, Julie Andrews, and Zooey Deschanel.
Who are your favorite actors?: Cary Grant, James Dean, Heath Ledger, Gene Kelly, and Johnny Depp.
Do you think you would enjoy being in Hollywood?: If it were Old Hollywood, yes. However, if you are talking about Hollywood now, absolutely not. It's unbelievably trashy in Hollywood now and I could never stand that.
Would you be more of a recluse, an enigma, like Greta Garbo, or a flamboyant socialite, an open book, like Marion Davies?: Most likely a flamboyant socialite.
What do you like about past eras of Hollywood? (This can be as brief or elaborate as you like it.): Classier then ever. People respected one another and the actors and actresses were talented. Also, the media didn't pry into the personal lifes of actors like they do now.
What's a quote that you like by an actor?: "I intend to live forever, or die trying."- Groucho Marx.
How about a quote ABOUT an actor or actress?: "She seemed very shy, and I remember that when the studio workers would whistle at her, it seemed to embarrass her."- Cary Grant about Marilyn Monroe

ARE YOU MORE

SHY or OUTGOING?: Outgoing.
VAIN or MODEST?: Modest.
STRICT or RELAXED?: Relaxed.
NEUROTIC or UNTROUBLED?: Untroubled.
MELANCHOLY or HAPPY?: Happy.
Desirous of WEALTH or FAME?: Neither.
SUCCESS or ACCLAIM?: Success.
AFRAID OF FAILURE or EAGER FOR THE ADVENTURE?: Eager for the Adventure
ETHEREAL or DOWN-TO-EARTH?: Down to Earth.
METHODICAL or IMPROVISATIONAL?: Improvisational
ARTSY or CONVENTIONAL?: Artsy
QUIET or UNINHIBITED?: Uninhibited
COMPLEX or SIMPLE?: Complex if you don't know me, simple if you do.
COMEDY or TRAGEDY?: Comedy.
PRIMA DONNA or HUMBLE?: Humble
FOLLOWER or LEADER?: Leader
FEMME FATALE or GIRL-NEXT-DOOR?: Girl next door.
Do you do it for A FULFILLING LIFE or IMMORTALITY?: A fulfilling life.

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Here is the list of stamp choices, to make it easier for the voters.
[Skins] Katie ♫ Preen
Comments 
11 23 09 (UTC)
I am going to say Lucille Ball!
11 23 09 (UTC)
Hmm. I'm thinking Katharine Hepburn.
11 23 09 (UTC)
I see more of Katharine Hepburn than Lucille Ball. She, too, was a strong, quirky personality, who could be stubborn.
11 25 09 (UTC)
I see Lucille Ball as well, especially with the indecisiveness and success, a flamboyant socialite.
12 03 09 (UTC)
Is Gracie Allen an option? Because I see her in your quirkiness.
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