Meet Actress Jessica Culaciati from The Target List Movie

Jessica Culaciati — Donna

Tell us a bit more about you and your acting career: 

I have my BA and MFA in acting performance; my career started in the theatre and over the last 20 years moved more into commercials, tv, and films.

When did you decide that you wanted to become an actor?

I had always enjoyed doing plays and community theatre, but the bug really took a bite in my senior year of high school, and although I have dabbled in other work, acting is the one that holds my heart the most. 

If you got to choose one movie and one character in it to portray, what would that be?

I can not choose… don’t make me choose! 

Did you have any formal training to become an actor?

Yep. College, grad school, and trained at UCB, Groundlings and still work with an acting coach.

What actor/actress has inspired you the most?

I love so many, but I will always watch Ralph Fiennes, Joan Cusack, Mary Louise Parker, Kathryn Hahn, Anthony Hopkins, and Olympia Dukakis.

Tell us about your character in The Target List:

Donna is a hard-working doctor who I think genuinely wants to do right for her patients and her research. I think she’s pretty justice-oriented and can’t fathom the injustice that is about to occur.

Are people going to relate with the character and why (even if he/she is the villain)?

I think she is relatable because she is doing what she feels is the best decision and unexpectedly gets punished for that. 

Do you share anything with this character?

We look a lot alike. I also always assume the best in people. 

Which three adjectives would you use to describe The Target List to a potential audience?

A thriller, eye-opening drama. 

How would you describe your experience working on The Target List?

Everyone was lovely!

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The Target List Movie is Coming to Amazon Prime This Summer

The Target List pilot movie is a high-energy, fast-paced medical-action-thriller about the creation of a life-saving health care instrument and big pharma’s attempt to suppress the technology.

The pilot movie is a shorter version of the full feature screenplay written by MJ Palo and John Reizer.

Interviews with cast members from The Target List pilot movie will be featured here weekly. Stay tuned for important announcements about the release of the movie’s official poster and trailer.


The Target List is now in post-production, where the sound design, music score, and VFX enhancements are being incorporated into the film.

Click Here to Visit The Target List Movie Page for Important Updates

3 thoughts on “Meet Actress Jessica Culaciati from The Target List Movie

  1. Lisa May 20, 2021 / 11:48 pm

    I like Jessica’s honesty about trusting others to do the right thing. Which she states “The Target List” is an eyes wide open experience!

    • NoFakeNews May 21, 2021 / 10:27 am

      As you know, Lisa, the reason I wrote The Target List novel in the first place was to open people’s eyes and minds to the facts that detail how the suppression of life-saving technologies has happened for real.

      I think my collaboration with the screenwriter MJ Palo has produced a very good short action thriller film that wastes no time in driving home the point that there are powerful people out there willing to go to extreme measures to suppress certain technologies that would undoubtedly help humanity.

      I hope that we have a chance to produce a full-length movie in the future. The screenplay is in waiting. 🙂


  2. Lisa May 21, 2021 / 11:59 am

    I hope so too, John. And I have great confidence that it will become a reality! 🙂


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