Where do you live:- St Paul’s Bay
Star Sign:- Gemini
Media-related occupation:- Actress / Singer
STEPHANIE AGIUS always tries to look and live on a positive note, so she tries to weed out the negative thoughts and unpleasant experiences which one might encounter throughout the course of one’s life. Her exposure on the media was mainly due to her taking part on the much acclaimed Maltese Drama “Evangelisti” and nowadays she views it as the origin of her acting career.
“It took a natural course from there, and I ended up discovering or rather re-discovering a talent which I might have previously neglected or un-seeded. I am now looking forward to the unveiling of our latest series Named “Maskra ” – a series about five main characters in which I will be playing the role of journalist for an online gazzette involved in an intricate case”, stated STEPHANIE AGIUS in her introduction to this interview with RAMONA PORTELLI.
How did you first discover you had a talent for acting?
Acting is something which I was interested in since childhood when I used to immerse myself in the characters which I used to like and love.
Do you have a grooming regime?
Which woman doesn’t? Quite a normal routine really. The basic hair dying, straightening, blowing and regular treatments along with the weekly beautician appointment every woman indulges herself in. I wish my timetable allows me more.
What’s the number one fashion item you couldn’t live without, and why?
Shoes – they are pretty and without them it’s like having no clothes on : P Ask any girl and you’ll be surprised at how limited the answers will be : P
Do you prefer dining out with a guy or clubbing with female friends? Why?
Clubbing with my girls!! It feels more natural, more relaxed and there is no need to worry about having to put on the best face for any unwanted surprise.
Do you usually hoard things or regularly throw stuff out?
Out with the old, in with new I say. Less clutter more space!!
What are your views on plastic surgery?
Let’s put it this way. This question is relatively unnerving for every girl, and I’m not looking to please the masses, but rather to give a true picture of myself and my personal opinion. I look at plastic surgery as an enhancement, a touch to that which can be perfected. Let’s face it who wouldn’t like to have a retouch every now and then? Even the ipad design gets an enhancement and it’s only been out a couple of years