„I’ve also always loved to read books, I loved story-telling. I’ve always loved reading out loud in class, which sounds really silly, but I always had my hand up to read in English class from a book or whatever. I was born in Missouri, we had a basement, which all Missourians do. I was always making up plays, shows, and mom would always give us a big box of clothes she was getting rid of. I was always dressing up my sister into some type of character. So, it was probably innately always a part of me to be an actress.“

—  Lisa Wilcox, Interview With Lisa Wilcox: Nightmare on Elm Street 4 & 5 and Much More! http://horrorgeeklife.com/2016/06/06/interview-lisa-wilcox/ (June 6, 2016)
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