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INTERVIEW: William Tokarsky

The Creepy and the Spooky:
William Tokarsky

By Tammie Parker

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It's no secret that I'm a stalker of things and people who go 'bump in the night'. I stumbled upon William Tokarsky while digging into another actor's business! When Mr. Tokarsky accepted my friend request he posted the creepiest YouTube of his work imaginable. And I thanked him. Since we became friends, he keeps popping up on my television. My boyfriend's favorite show is Homicide Hunters, and one fine day as I'm cleaning the house POOF there he was. Then again on Swamp Murder, and AGAIN on The Carbonaro Effect!

I asked him for a little bio and short Q&A and he politely obliged.

 

House of Tortured Souls: When did you fall in love with horror?

William Tokarsky: I was a fan since I was a child. The Blob was my first.

 

HoTS: What draws you to the genre?
WT: I'm drawn to the genre now because the camera likes me there, and my limited following likes me there.

 

HoTS: Who do you admire?
WT: Ed Wood is who I admire.

 

HoTS: Can you give a short bio?
WT: I myself am a limited talent hack, an accidental actor who gets booked on a look. I fell into character actor roles after I became an old man, and now I am obsessed with it. My cult following is for my role as the Killer in Too Many Cooks (2014), and I lucked up on getting my first SAG contract role in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2013). My expanding role on Adult Swim's Your Pretty Face Is Going to Hell has been the only TV show to let me recur, now filming season three. I play Creepy Uncle Bill. My whole acting career can be summed as just being lucky. How else can you explain my success?

Meet the Too Many Cooks Killer, William Tokarsky, in the short video below.

Or get to know William better in this half hour interview with SuperKamiGuru9000.

 

HoTS: What are you currently working on?

WT: I just finished a feature horror movie called Penance Lane, and I will be filming season three of Your Pretty Face Is Going to Hell later this month.

 

So there you have it. William fits nicely into the creep or spooky role, and I admire him for that.

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2 comments

What a great interview!

Awesome

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