Where are you from?
I grew up on a ranch outside Kinsella, AB.
Early bird, or night owl?
What’s the worst hairstyle you’ve ever had?
I went through a two-year phase where I insisted on having a perm. Not good.
How would you describe the way you dance?
I’m not much of a dancer but if you give me a microphone, I will sing (horribly) every 90s country song ever written.
Would you rather never be able to use emojis again or never be able to spell correctly again?
I think I’d probably get fired if I could never spell correctly again, so I have to give up emojis.
When was the last time you did something impulsive and lived to regret it?
Every Amazon purchase I have ever made after 11pm.
How long do you think you’d survive in a zombie apocalypse?
What has been most influential in your life so far?
My family hands down. My brothers are superstars, which has pushed me to be better in my own life and my parents really made sure we had every opportunity for success. I am so lucky to have the family I do!
What are you most proud of?
My friends and family. I am grateful to have so many amazing people in my life and watching them grow and succeed brings me so much joy.
What’s the greatest challenge you overcame?
Moving to a different continent. Living in Australia really pushed me out of my comfort zone but it was one of the best decisions I have ever made.
Best piece of advice you’ve ever received?
I have two that I always come back to – ‘a little hard work never hurt anybody’ and ‘the people who are crazy enough to believe they will change the world are the ones that do’.
What are you really terrible at?
Driving. Seriously, why people get in a vehicle with me is a mystery.
What show are you most likely to binge-watch, or movie you’ll re-watch?
Dumb and Dumber. I can watch it on repeat and still laugh out loud every time.
What’s the best book you’ve read recently? What the best book you’ve ever read?
The best book I’ve read recently was The Tattooist of Auschwitz. I don’t know that I have an all-time favourite book – I love biographies and true stories.
If you could go to dinner with any person, living, dead, or fictional, who would it be?
My Grandpa Alan. He passed away shortly after I was born and from the stories I’ve heard, we would have had a lot of fun together.