Filmography at IMDB
"The Real World/Road Rules Battle of the Sexes" (2003) TV Series .... Women/Real World
Real Hot (2004) (TV) .... Herself
Reality TV Secrets: How to Get on the Show! (2003) (V) .... Herself
"The Real World" (1992) TV Series .... Herself/Back to New York (2001)
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The youngest of three daughters from Roseland, New Jersey, with a striking mixed heritage--Filipino and Irish--Lori was labeled early on a "super star" child by her sisters. While she has excelled at everything she has tried, her real passion in life is singing. Blessed with a gorgeous voice, Lori was one of the lead vocalists in a Boston College singing group called the Bostonians. A self-described drama magnet, Lori says she gets bored unless she has some kind of drama or conflict in her life. Lori was the winner of the MTV.com Online Casting. She beat out four other finalists to win a spot at the casting finals.
MTV Real World 10:
Back To New York Cast Member
Dean S. Planet: I hope you don't mind me asking, but what is your Nationality? I'm sure you
get that a lot as a pick up line.
Lori Trespicio: No, I don't mind at all. In fact, wherever I read my nationality listed, it's just slightly off. My dad is from the Philippines, and my mom is from
Hazelton, Pennsylavia - she is half Irish and half Italian.
Dean S. Planet: Are you single?
Lori Trespicio: I don't like to discuss my "status" - I'll just say that I'm not looking to meet ANYONE new for a romantic relationship.
Dean S. Planet: Your Stuff Magazine appearance was a memorable one. Do you have a lot of
modeling experience? Ever consider that as a career?
Lori Trespicio: I have no modeling experience, and of course I don't consider it for a career. Thank you for the compliment on the Stuff spread and thank you for even suggesting I might consider it has a career, but it's not exactly for me. Now, I'm not saying that if someone walked up to me and offered me a career as a "successful" model I wouldn't take it. If someone walked up to me offered me a career as a princess, I might take that too - I love free offers, but it would never be something I would pursue. I just think there are others things I could do that would fit better with my personality.
Dean S. Planet: Have you pursued a career in music?
Lori Trespicio: I've talked about this on my site. No, I haven't pursued a career in music.
The only two musical opportunities I would ever consider for myself would be either Broadway musicals or recording with one of my oldest friends Dave Bunting. He was actually on the show for an episode. Musicals were my dream though - for a really long time. I learned to sing by imitating Les Miserables, then later Miss Saigon, Phantom of the Opera, Once on this Island, and the list goes on. I actually came REALLY close to being in RENT a couple of times. Once a year for a couple years, I'd get a call from the casting director for RENT in New York, and she'd say, "Okay, can you be at our studio on 11th street at 12:30pm tomorrow afternoon?" And I'd say, "Um...okay, I live in Boston, but I'll be there by 12:30pm," and I'd drive my ass down to New York in a flash. In fact, one time, they called me and offered me the chance to understudy Maureen in the RENT national tour since the current one was giving her notice, and they wanted me to leave in two weeks from the day they called, but I had just one month left before graduating college, and I just couldn't pull out. School was paid for, I had already put graduating off for a year because of MTV, so I knew I couldn't go. Also, I was feeling totally chicken shit. I hadn't sung that intensely in over a year, and I knew I wasn't trained enough to do it. I'd lose my voice in a week. I can kill an audition, but I'm not ready for a show. Who knows if I was really going to get it, but school came first for me.
Dean S. Planet: Would you do Playboy?
Lori Trespicio: I was actually offered Playboy a couple years ago. It was before the first
set of people from RW or RR got in there. There was an online contest (again) on playboy.com for which Real World woman to be in the next issue of Playboy. The winner would get an offer. I won by a HAIR over Kelley from New Orleans, who is breath-takingly beautiful. The only reason I won was because my season was airing, and audiences tend to favor a new season because they feel involved. Also, it helped that I went on Blair's (RR10) local radio show over the phone, and he helped get my votes up a bit. They called me and offered 50K. I turned it down. They said I had to do full-frontal, and possibly spreading my legs a bit. I was hoping for black and white pics, NOT looking at the camera, and no "spreading." They said it was non-negotiable. Also, 50K wasn't enough to buy those kinds of pictures of me existing for all of time. Let's be honest though, everyone has a price. I wanted 250K. Maybe that's crazy, but that WOULD make a significant difference in my life if I invested that money. 50K just wasn't worth it for me. I was flattered I won the contest, but I like to think that naked of pictures of me are worth more than that. At least to me.
Dean S. Planet: Have you seen the issue that featured Jisela & the rest of the crew? Any
Lori Trespicio: Yes, I've seen it. I thought it was strange to see naked pictures of them,
for one. It was kind of surreal. I had no issue against it. It looks like they were having fun. I really liked Jisela's hair and make-up. I thought Veronica looked great too. I mean, just because I don't feel comfortable doing pictures like that doesn't mean anyone else should feel that way.
More power to them.
Dean S. Planet: Were you a fan of The Real World before you became a castmember? Did you
have a favorite season?
Lori Trespicio: Yeah, I was a pretty big fan. Not a fanatic, but it was definitely a part of my regularly watched shows. Seattle was by far my favorite. It was a beautiful cast, for the most part, to begin with. I wanted to BE Janet. I thought she was an incredible girl who never came off as anything less than gorgeous, intelligent, and articulate. They weren't fighting or crazy. They were just a good group of people in one of the most amazing apartments without cheap drama. It was one of the few Real Worlds that actually captured a true dramatic and genuine life-altering moment - and that's when Lindsay got the call that her friend committed suicide. Nothing compares to the significance of that moment. THAT was real. Nothing else compares. I was truly affected by it.
Dean S. Planet: Are you going to watch the new season in Philly?
Lori Trespicio: I'm sure I will. I can finally watch that show like it's just another show without thinking about editing or body mics or any of that shit. I can just watch it for the entertaining show it's meant to be.
Dean S. Planet: What was your audition tape like?
Lori Trespicio: I went to an open call, so my tape was like the third round for me rather than a first. So, I talked about singing the whole time because they already had me talking about family, friends, and values. So, I needed to touch on something different. I did all these imitations of other people. I only showed it to one person, my friend Mike Fasano, before I sent it.
Dean S. Planet: Do you keep in touch with any castmembers?
Lori Trespicio: I keep in touch with Coral, and I see Mike around town every once in a while. Other than that, not really, and not for any reason. Just people living different lives in distant places. Kevin and I played phone tag last year, but we never ended up talking. I think I saw Malik like two years ago. We had a speaking engagement together.
Dean S. Planet: Do you think you should have been paid for doing the show?
Lori Trespicio: I was paid for doing the show. We got $5,000.00 when the show completed.
Incentive to stay, they said. If you think about how we were technically working 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, it works out to be like $2 an hour or something, I can't remember, but whatever. God knows half the world would probably pay THEM to do the show, so they know they don't owe us anything.
Dean S. Planet: Why does MTV act secretive about the last names of the castmembers when
sooner or later people will know? Even Stuff Magazine has you listed under "Lori". What gives?
Lori Trespicio: That is an excellent question. I have absolutely no idea.
Dean S. Planet: Do you think that the show has purposely placed promiscuous cast members in the most recent seasons?
Lori Trespicio: Absolutely. It's "good TV." Not to me. I'd rather watch the original cast from this years RR Extreme just hang out, do missions an be cool rather than watch people hook up. It gets ratings though. When I watch them hook up, I just get worried for them. They're going to feel creepy about it when they see it on TV. I know I did. Shit. You just don't think about it when you're there, but you should. But some kind of want to be seen that way, and if that's their thing, then fine, but they need to be prepared for the backlash. But again, how can anyone really be prepared for that kind of thing? Sucks that a guy can hook up all he wants and he's considered hot. But a girl hooks up all she wants, and she's a slut. This is a double-standard that has existed long before the Real World, so there's little point in my going into it now.
Dean S. Planet: Have The Miz and Coral ever hooked up?
Lori Trespicio: No, they're just friends.
Dean S. Planet: Youre a Jersey girl, what did you think of the movie Jersey Girl?
Lori Trespicio: Haven't seen it yet, but I will. I hear great things.
Dean S. Planet: How long have you been running everythinglori.com? How often do you update
Lori Trespicio: Um.don't remember, but the first entry on there was on Tuesday, June 5th,
2001. Wow, before the show aired. It's a Random Thought titled "What the HELL have I done?" Scary. God, I do not envy myself from back then. I update it whenever I feel like I have anything to say. If that's everyday, if that's ten times a day, or if that's once every three months, then that's what it is.
Dean S. Planet: Do you feel you learned anything from your experience and would you do it
all over again?
Lori Trespicio: No, I learned nothing. Kidding. God, I mean, could you possibly have one
single life experience that you don't learn from? I learned more than I wanted to, I can tell you that. Would I do it all again? Yeah, I would. I am curious what my life would have been like if I hadn't gone to that open call, but I'm always curious what my life would have been like if I had made different decisions. I would like to do it all differently knowing what I know now: been more proactive in looking for things to do, really experienced the city, been more careful with my words, more confrontational with my issues - but I'm telling you this from the perspective of being 25, having gone through a whole lot since then, having watched it and experienced this unique situation. I was 21, still in school, and doing the best I could at the time, and if I went back in time, I'm sure I would have done it the same way, but sure, if I knew then what I know now, I would have handled every single minute of my time there differently. Would I actually DO it again rather than just over again? No. I'm done.
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