Interview: Actor Chase Pollock

Chase Pollock is a young actor on the rise. He recently starred in Santa Stole Our Dog: A Merry Doggone Christmas! and will be seen in the upcoming Mount Liptak. I spoke to chase about his role in Santa Stole Our Dog and about what he likes to do in his free time. The entire audio of the interview with Chase can be found below the excerpts.

How did the movie theme and role relate to you:

CP: Yeah, so Christmas is me and my family’s favorite time of the year and I love dogs too, so it was best of both worlds, a really nice combo. 

What’s the message of the movie that you initially saw: 

CP: It’s a really good family movie. It’s about a family coming together to get their dog back. Throughout the movie it drives their family  together. It’s about these two kids struggling parents divorce and their parents kinda fighting over the kids.

REAL TALK: 

I want to apologize for the sound issues. There was an issue with a background noise when Chase spoke. Now, I don’t interview kids and teens often so it was a little different approach for me. I had to bring the energy and try to relate, even though Chase is pretty well-spoken and fun to talk to.

This being his first feature film, he did a solid job. I was actually surprised that he saw and loved War Dogs. Doesn’t strike me as a movie for teens, but he liked it and so did I, so that was a bit of a bonding thing we share in common. He seems like a cool kid, so it will be interesting to see where his career takes him in the next few years.

Follow Chase Pollock on Twitter @Chasepollock21 and Instagram @chase_pollock21

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