Clara Might Make Her Official Debut in Hollywood After Upcoming Audition

2015-01-02 18:18:08 2015-01-02 18:18:08

Actor Clara revealed during an interview with Star News that she would be traveling to the U.S. for a Hollywood audition, reflecting her hopes to jump into the Hollywood field.

Clara has already caught the attention of Hollywood due to her sexy and healthy image and her fluent English skills.

“I will be heading to the states for an audition,” she said. “I don’t have much to say for now because the results aren’t out yet, but I hope I will be able to announce good news.”

Clara continued, “I’ve auditioned for a role before in the past. Though many Chinese actors have made their debut in Hollywood, the only well known Korean actor in the scene is Lee Byung Hun. I felt that there was a demand for Korean actors when I visited the states.”

“I feel confident that I will be able to bring a bright and healthy energy to the table,” she added. “My new year’s resolution is to make a Hollywood debut. I would work my hardest, even with the smallest role.”

Clara had previously met with Marvel Comics director Stan Lee, who heard about her after her unconventional leggings outfit for throwing the first pitch in a baseball game went viral.

“I had the opportunity to talk to Stan Lee during several meetings in the U.S.,” she said. “I don’t know how, but he knew of how I went viral after throwing the first pitch in a baseball game and started to keep an eye out for me. He joked that he would have to make a hero that explodes while throwing a baseball.”

Meanwhile, in the movie “Walking Girl,” Clara will be playing a character that seems wild and sexy on the outside but is actually very lonely and lost. “Walking Girl,” which will open in theaters on January 8, is a sexy comedy that tells the story of a comical partnership between Bo Hee (Jo Yeo Jeong), a fired career woman, and Nan Hee (Clara), owner of a failing adult products store. Clara will be catching the attention of audience with her shocking fashion and touching relationship with her contrasting partner in business.