“They were looking for little people with unusual jobs, or who were considering limb-lengthening surgery, or who worked in the entertainment industry.I contacted the producer and told her that I was moving out to Los Angeles to pursue my dream of becoming a singer.She must have liked my story because right away she wanted to send a film crew out to San Antonio to film my journey,” she writes.In August 2001, Jolé packed her belongings into her car and drove the 1,200 miles to LA with only 0 in savings.In fact, we left a lot of stories out,” Jolé shares with ET in an exclusive interview about the book, joking that she thought fans knew everything about her too. It's not like what a producer may interpret as you,” she explains.
I was always so proud of my two inches, but ironically, when I got to Los Angeles, I learned that casting calls for little people are always capped at four feet,” she continues.
“I ended up having to list myself as 4’ 0” on IMBD so I wouldn’t keep getting shut out of auditions.” 3.
She reveals her DUI arrest and opens up about spending a night in jail.
“I didn't really want to mirror my book after anyone else.
And I feel like the one thing I didn't want to do was make my book corny.