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3 April 27th, 2012 Exclusive Venice Video Interview with Susan Flannery Now Available!

Photo Credit: Venice the Series

In a very rare video interview, The Bold and the Beautiful’s, Susan Flannery  (Stephanie) chatted with On-Air On-Soaps Michael Fairman on the set of season three of the hit web soap, Venice! And for the first time, the video has now been made available.

As many know, Susan has directed several webisodes of Venice, and Michael caught with her during a break from her directorial chores while working with the cast including, Galen Gering, Crystal Chappell, Eric Martsolf and Adrienne Wilkinson.

During the interview, Susan discusses what it’s  like working on Venice, and how she feels Nadia Bjorlin and Jessica Leccia performed in the pivotal season two episode 11 scenes, that she directed and won the series its first Daytime Emmy.  In addition, Susan gives the behind the scenes story on how she became a director from being a well-known soap star  in the first place,  and how she works and deals with actors on her set.  It is a funny and informative interview, that we think you will enjoy.

To get to the video, go to the venicetheseries.com website’s V-Store.  Once there,  it is available for download and by purchase under the VTS Season Three Special Features .  In addition, a season three interview with DAYS and Venice favorites Galen Gering, Eric Martsolf, and their on-screen flame in Venice, Adrienne Wilkinson is also available.  Both Susan and the trio’s interviews are available for a limited time only.

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  1. B.S. says:

    Again, it’s a shame that Venice is asking fans to pay for PR material. Perhaps I should just give CC my bank account info and she can take what she wants when she wants it and save us all a step.

    Michael, do you charge for any of your other interviews or is it just Venice fans that get that privilege?

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    B.S.S. replied

    People pay for songs , why not? I’ll gladly let her set up a direct payroll deduction to Venice. Anything to help.

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  2. kelltwomyn says:

    I’m so glad to see an interview with Susan Flannery about Venice! She is a wonderful lady and I have thoroughly enjoyed her work on Venice. Thanks, Michael!

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