Celebrity Interview – Hey, King!

GayTucson Celebrity Interview - Hey, King!
GayTucson Celebrity Interview - Hey, King!
Enjoy Part 1 of our Interview Series with Hey, King!

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Transcript

Tony Ray Baker
You’re from your from Tucson. You’ve been here. Where are you from?

Natalie London
I was born in London. Ontario Canada. Grew up back and forth between Montreal and San Diego, California.

Tony Ray Baker
Got it. So it’s funny because when I look at the two of you up online and I’m trying to do research to find out more about you, I can type in Natalie’s name or Taylor’s name but I never get either of you. I always get you both. So the funny part was is on all my searching was. I could never figure out who was Taylor, who was Natalie.

Taylor Plecity
No, because my IMDB is first

Natalie London
she’s the actor.

Taylor Plecity
I actually started acting out at Old Tucson Studios. I was in entertainment Department there. I did stunts, I rode horses. I did the Can Can shows. When I was 17 to 18. I worked at 17 to 19, but I skipped Night Fall, but yeah, that was fun.

Taylor Plecity
That was so that was before the LGBTQ parties, the out at the Old Tucson movie studios?

Taylor Plecity
2014, I think was when I left there…

Tony Ray Baker
Did you go to any of those parties out there at Old Tucson?

Taylor Plecity
No, I just worked for the stuff on the weekends, like, the Steampunk Cons that started in 2012 I think the Steampunk Convention came there and I was working there as just an Entertainer. And that was really fun.

Tony Ray Baker
It’s on my bucket list, that’s kind of sad to say, because it’s in my backyard, but I’ve been dying to do the Steampunk, my partner and I have been both dying to go to that over at Old Tucson. Yeah. They too have a really good party out there for the LGBTQ community at Old Tucson. And I used to show for the celebrities around. Drive around and give them, you know, I’ve had many celebrities in my car. I love people and I’m not a star struck kind of guy. I’ve always felt like that bagger at that grocery store is just as relevant as important as anybody else. And so I’ve always been really great with celebrities because I just treat them like I treat anyone else which is kinda Italian transparent.

Taylor Plecity
You’re like you’re like the perfect best liaison then

Tony Ray Baker
So I remember running them out there and hanging out with them and I’ve gotten and getting into some very funny girl situations which was out there where one of the singers asked me to snap her onesie underneath. Yeah. Yeah, she couldn’t get it. Yeah, and I was very uncomfortable about that a little bit.