If you could have dinner with 3 people living or dead, who would they be and why?
Anne Boleyn, because I would just love to sit down with her and just talk about her life and even understand the events of what happened. I mean, there's a lot of historical people I would love to sit down and have dinner with, but Anne Boleyn immediately sprang into my mind as the number one person I would request first in this scenario. I would want to know more about her personal experiences that aren't based on what historians think happened. Even if the details aren't exactly pleasant, it would be utterly fascinating learning more about who she was as a person, her likes and dislikes, the smaller things that have gone unnoticed from others.
Second person would be Robin Williams. I adored him and his work and, even though his death affected me so much, just having the chance to sit down with him would be an honor in and of itself. Not to mention he would be a fantastic dinner guest, with funny stories and making everyone laugh and just having a grand old time. I feel like his warm and welcoming presence would make the entire evening so much better.
And last but certainly not least, Jewel Staite. I really love her acting work, but I do genuinely like her as a human being. Based from what I've seen from various conventions she's attended over the years, she is someone who I would just love to sit down and have dinner with and just converse about, well, anything really. She is admittedly an open book and I would love to have the opportunity to just sit down with her in a non-convention setting and talk about anything that's on our minds, whether it's about her work or current events or just random nonsense. She's also a huge foodie, so anything that is served she will no doubt love or have comments on, and that would be an interesting dinner for sure regardless.
And if all three were together during this hypothetical dinner, just imagine the amount of fascinating discussion and entertainment that would ensue.