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Sammi Hanratty Interview (pg. 2)

Sammi Hanratty  plays Holly on the Suite Life of Zack and Cody.
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Sindy: Did you go on any vacations this summer?
Sammi Hanratty: We went to Maui for 11 days. It was so much fun! We went to a luau and went snorkeling, parasailing and horseback riding.

Sindy: Favorite holiday?
Sammi Hanratty: Definitely Christmas. We spend a lot of time with our family and all our relatives.

Sindy: Favorite movie?
Sammi Hanratty: Right now it's Hairspray. I love the songs and singing to it!!

Sindy: Favorite TV show?
Sammi Hanratty: The Suite Life of Zack and Cody.

Sindy: Favorite book?
Sammi Hanratty: Anne of Greene Gables.

Sindy: Do you know what you're going to be for Halloween?
Sammi Hanratty: Little Red Riding Hood.

Sindy: What made you decide to get into acting?
Sammi Hanratty: I've wanted to do it for as long as I can remember. I just love it!

Sindy: Do you see yourself pursuing acting for a long time or do you want to try something else out in the future?
Sammi Hanratty: This is what I want to do forever. Maybe some day I will change my mind, but for now this is what I love doing!

Sindy: Any advice for kids wanting to break into the acting biz?
Sammi Hanratty: Don't give up on your dreams. You can do anything you want to do.

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