The "Sweet Lowe-Down"
Skip E. Lowe
What was your first experience in show business, and/or the one where you decided that you decided that this was something you had to pursue for yourself?
I was 9 years old in Rockford IL and um, I was doing shows in the back yard with the rest of the boys, dressing up like Carmen Miranda and charging one penny for each show. Wearing my mother's clothes... high heels and lipstick... and then from there, I got the itch. The kids loved me and my mom took me to Hollywood!
Which of the performing arts do you prefer, whether it be singing,
stand-up, acting, or something else, and why is that?
What was your first experience in working on a film, and what was that like?
I did my first movie with Tommy Dicks "Best Foot Forward." I played one of the little cadets. That was Lucille Ball's first film. From then on I loved show business. I went to Hollywood Professional school with Donald O'Conner and Peggy Ryan.
You've appeared in about a dozen feature films. Any one, or role in
one, that you're particularly fond of?
You have a popular cable TV interview show for over 20 years which
is shown in New York City, Chicago and Los Angeles. What inspired you
to start that up?
Who are some of the guests that you've had on the show?
You've had many leading Hollywood legends on your show. Do you have
a favorite guest?
Did you know Paul Marco personally?
Tell us about your experience working with filmmaker Vasily
Shumov's unique approach on KELTON'S DARK CORNER: EPISODE 2.
Any interesting plans or projects for the near future?
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