Day 31 – Three Questions with….
Hello friends and welcome to Day 31 of the 365 Days of Blog marathon. It’s the start of a brand new month and spring is in full swing. A few weeks ago I had this crazy idea. What if I tried to get in touch with celebrities, ask them 3 completely random off the wall questions and then post the answers. Ya right, I thought. Like a celebrity is going to actually answer an anonymous little blogger. My husband told me to go for it anyway, so I did. Guess what? Somebody answered. So grab you coffee, sit back, relax and enjoy as the Over Caffeinated Mom proudly presents the first ever installment of , Three Questions with……
Let’s start of with a little biography lesson to make sure you all understand just how cool Mr. Joe Mantegna really is. Here’s a little snippet taken directly from his website www.joemantegna.com
“Joe Mantegna is a world-class entertainer and a loving, devoted husband and father. Joe’s acting credits are long and impressive. With over 100 films like Searching for Bobby Fischer, The Godfather Part 3, Celebrity, Forget Paris, Liberty Heights to name a few. Joe has proven his versatility as an actor and his passion for the art.
Joe is no stranger to television either. Whether it’s a award winning TV movie like, The Rat Pack or The Last Don, or critically acclaimed series like, Joan of Arcadia, The Starter Wife or currently as the star of Criminal Minds, it seems like it’s hard not to turn on the TV and see Joe. Celebrating 40 years in show business, Joe shows no signs of slowing down.”
Couldn’t have said it any better myself! Ok, now for the Q&A!
The O.C.M If Ben and Jerry’s were to name an ice cream after you, what would it be?
Joe Mantegna – “Tall, Dark Chocolate, and Happy”
The O.C.M Cats or Dogs?
Joe Mantegna – “Both. We have 3 of each”
The O.C.M If an alien ship landed in your backyard right now, what would be the first thing you would say?
Joe Mantegna – “Can I get a round-trip ticket?”
How cool was that? Well that concludes this installment of “3 Questions with” , a huge thank you to Mr. Joe Mantegna for taking time out of his busy schedule to answer my email. I’m incredibly grateful! To my readers, thanks as always for stopping by and hopefully I’ll see you again tomorrow!
Hoping to make this a regular weekly feature here at the OCM, cross your fingers that I get some more answers 🙂