Lana Parrilla, The Evil Queen and Regina Mills on “Once Upon a Time” at Montreal Comiccon 2019

Lana Maria Parrilla — best known for portraying ‘The Evil Queen’ and ‘Regina Mills’ in the ABC fantasy drama series “Once Upon a Time” from 2011 until 2018 — discusses her career, shares behind-the-scenes stories and answers fan questions at her wickedly fun 2019 Montreal Comiccon Q&A panel. *** Portions of this video were obtained with permission from CUTV (Concordia University Television). Please read about this collaboration in the description below. ***
Lana Maria Parrilla (born July 15th, 1977) is an American actress known for her roles on television and radio. She was a regular cast member in the fifth season of the ABC sitcom “Spin City” from 2000 to 2001. She later starred in “Boomtown” (2002-2003), “Windfall” (2006), “Swingtown” (2008) and as ‘Dr. Eva Zambrano’ in the short-lived medical drama “Miami Medical” (2010). She also played the role of ‘Sarah Gavin’ during the fourth season of the Fox series “24” in 2005. In 2016, Parrilla won a Teen Choice Award for Choice Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Actress for her work in “Once Upon a Time.”
*** The kind folks at CUTV (Concordia University Television) generously agreed to help us complete our own video production of this panel by allowing us to integrate some of their Lana Parrilla panel content with ours to fill in what we were missing due to some technical snafus. Their production team at Montreal Comiccon 2019 included Producer and Editor Amber Jackson, and Videographers Vi Ji, Anna-Maria de Lisi and Jenna Welik. We are so very thankful for their assistance and urge you to follow these links to their fine organization to show YOUR thanks and support:
    WEBSITE:    YOUTUBE:    INSTAGRAM:  @CUTVmontreal    FACEBOOK:  CUTVMontreal    TWITTER:  @CUTVMontreal
Founded in 1969, CUTV is Canada’s oldest student-run campus/community television station and an invaluable community media hub that “helps students and community members make media that matters” through media literacy and training. Their video production facilities provide essential space, equipment and ‘know-how’ to Concordia students and Montreal residents whose needs are not met by mainstream commercial TV stations and video production facilities, and who are interested in producing content that accurately represents them and their interests. CUTV distributes in-house, collaborative and external independent content through its closed-circuit TV network, DVD releases, internet-based distribution networks and Public-access television channels. ***
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