Interview with “God’s Not Dead” Actress, Trisha Lafache

America, Look Up

My Church family attended opening night of “God’s Not Dead,” and I can honestly say it’s one of my favorite movies of all time. I posted a blog about the film, a synopsis and some personal thoughts, but then I decided to contact some of the actors/actresses and see if they’d agree to an email interview for my blog. The first to graciously accept was Paul Kwo, who played “Martin Yip” in the movie.  (For those familiar with the movie, he played the foreign student and the first to stand and proclaim, “God’s Not Dead.”)  Then Cory Oliver agreed to answer a few questions.  (She played “Mina” the Professor’s romantic interest.)  Now I’m excited to share with you my third email interview.  This time you’ll be hearing from Trisha Lafache who played “Amy,” the reporter.

Tell us a little about yourself.

I’m from New York and not married. I attended both college…

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