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To wit, a political consultant who just happens to star on a controversial TV series, a design duo whose debut collection is already award-winning, and an athlete who KILLS it on the dance floor.

A kiwi, sliced into four parts, eaten with the skin — washed, of course. It was completely awesome.” Tell us a little about your career goals, including any creative endeavors on the horizon.

”Frankly, I'm really curious to see how long I can keep getting away with this.

It's true what they say — if you can make it here, you’ll make it anywhere.

And if a group of actors reinventing live performance and a boundless chef blazing his own hyperunique trail can do it, we’ve got a feeling their fires might stoke yours, too., her and bandmate Patrick Wimberly’s most recent album, is packed with inventive tracks aided by a stunning cacophony of unexpected sounds, making it one of the most hauntingly beautiful records of 2012.

So far, it's been building very naturally — with intense dedication, of course, but also luck — and I suppose it'll naturally transition into things like art direction, songwriting, scoring — but really, everything about my ‘career’ till this point has been a surprise, so my only solid plan is to prepare to be surprised. Regardless, I will be making music and songs till I'm very, very old.

I have that to look forward to.” What kind of kid were you? ”I was a late bloomer, shrimpy with big ears, terrible time management, a propensity for staying up all night reading or listening to the radio under the covers, obsessed with cats and musicals, into solo sports like horseback riding, skiing, and ice-skating — things that were rhythmic and elegant, and where my own discipline and focus was the playing field.

I don't have the time or money for those sports, anymore, but that love for rhythm and elegance will always be with me.”When you were a kid, what did you think you'd be doing at this age?