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Introducing Pixie Le Knot
September 11, 2014 By Pixie Le Knot
We are delighted to welcome the winsome and wonderful Pixie Le knot to the worldofsuperheroes family. Following on from her first article below. She will be doing a series called “Postcards from Pixie”giving us a unique insight into what she’s working on and who she’s working with all over the world. In her next break from her busy filming schedule, she has agreed to an exclusive interview, photo shoot and signing session at our UK HQ so if you want a signed photo of the delectable Miss Le Knot, let us know.
Great to have you on board Pixie. Take it away!
Hi there, this is Pixie Le Knot, the contortionist who played ‘Kayla’ in a couple of episodes of ‘Game Of Thrones.’ I am originally from Rotherham and recently returned home to attend Sheffield Film and Comicon for Game Of Thrones. I absolutely loved chatting with fans as well as meeting some legendary celebrities like Dave Prowse. I am now super excited for Preston Comicon and Yorkshire Cosplay, please come along to say hi!
I have been performing contortion for five years. I started out touring with Zippos Circus. After leaving the circus I started performing in cabarets, clubs and corporate events before landing a role in Paramount’s ‘The Devil Inside’. Since then I have been lucky enough to be cast in many TV commercials, virals, music videos, stunt doubling as well as Game Of Thrones.
This week has been very exciting week for me, on Monday 1st, I was interviewed for BBC Radio Sheffield ‘My Life So Far’, which you can listen to here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p025jlhl
On Tuesday 2nd, I did an awesome contortion photoshoot with Allan Jenkins.
The trailer for the feature horror film ‘It Never Sleeps’ was released on September 3rd (my birthday!). I play a terrifying ghost girl called Chrissie and this is my first major role in a feature film. I am also preparing to play another major role as a feral girl in a feature film ‘My Feral Heart.’ I also have a couple of other very exciting films and TV shows which hopefully I can tell you about soon including the short super hero film!
Along with all this I have four live contortion shows this week to keep me busy.
After a week of celebrations, it’s time to get focussed to prepare and train hard for my next physically demanding film and television roles.
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