Kamala Harris’s First NASA Video Featured Child Actors Who All Auditioned for Their Roles
It was all a production. Like everything they do.
The five children who appeared with Kamala Harris in her first YouTube space series that was released last week were child actors. They all auditioned and were selected over several other child actors.
The scene appeared as if it was an authentic moment except that Kamala Harris over-acted. They should have auditioned for her part.
The Washington Examiner reported:
The first installment of Vice President Kamala Harris’s YouTube Originals space series featured child actors who auditioned for their roles in the project.
Trevor Bernardino, a 13-year-old actor from Carmel, California, and one of five teenagers featured in the video, was asked to submit a monologue discussing something he is passionate about and three questions for a world leader, according to an interview with KSBW TV. Trevor then interviewed with the production director.
“And then after that, like a week later, my agent called me, and he’s like, ‘Hey Trevor, you booked it,’” Trevor said. He didn’t learn until much later that he would be meeting with Harris, who was appointed to lead the National Space Council earlier this year.
Bernardino was joined by Derrick Brooks II, another child actor , Emily Kim, likewise a child actor , Zhoriel Tapo, a child actor and aspiring journalist who has interviewed former first lady Michelle Obama , and Sydney Schmooke.
“All five of them are actors,” Bernardino’s father, Carlo, told the Washington Examiner in an interview Monday.
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