So I got rid of a lot of distractions and gave a lot of focus and meaning to what I do. A: I really had a vintage look [last season], but I think I mix the modern and the vintage look now. Q: A big part of this season is watching you transform into an independent young woman. I think I really took a huge leap and said “No, I want to start over.” I kind of started over to create the person I really want to be and the best version of myself.
A: I don’t know that I have specific stunts, but I kind of want to keep creating my own that mean something to me. I’m taking it to another level — I want to make it different, but in my own way. In general, it’s so hard to find real people who are dedicated and passionate about anything — I live in a really superficial area.
I also did some acting as well, but I think I like where I’m at performing now — doing my own thing — instead of acting or playing a piece of music that someone else created. I’ve gotten to the point where I’m an individual and very different from anyone else.
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Today, with the enthusiastic participation of wife Danielle, teenage son Phoenix and daughter Asia, 20 - along with their extended family of wondrous exhibitionists - Ray is the impresario of a freak show on the boardwalk of Venice Beach, California.
I’m about to start working on a new stunt actually. Morgue is my best friend on the show and the reason I like him so much is because he is such a real person and what he does is so impressive to me and I admire it. They’re real, they don’t hold back about anything, they don’t care about stupid stuff and they’re more focused on doing important things and having meaning.