Tinker Bell's Interview on The Magic Behind The Ears Podcast.

Throwback to early 2017 when Gina was interviewed on The Magic Behind The Ears Podcast. You can hear some of her stories from her time flying as Tinker Bell.

If you want to learn more about Gina, visit her website

How Does Tinker Bell Stop Her Plummet

When Gina would zip line down from the Matterhorn and across the castle during the fireworks show, she needed a way to stop. Disney created a way for the Tink Crew to stop her. They put a mattress in a cloth casing with handles. When crashing into it, Gina would turn her body and slam into it shoulder first. Cast Members have said they used to place bets on how hard she would slam into the mattress each night.

If you would like to listen to her talk about experiences flying, you can listen to her podcast interviews HERE.

To read more about Gina as Tinker Bell or get an autograph, visit her website.

If you would like a Fantasy pin created to honor the flying Tinker Bells of Disneyland, click HERE.

Autographed Tinker Bell Pin

Here is a new fan-made Tinker Bell pin signed by Gina Rock. Gina currently holds the record as the longest flying Tinker Bell in Disneyland history.
There are a limited number of these signed pins available.
Gina is donating her portion of the sales to The Red Cross fund to help with the Hurricane Michael support.
Thank you to Claudia Alvarez for being the first to receive one of the pins and help support The Red Cross

Click HERE to order your own Tinker Bell pin. All the money that is being sent to The Red Cross will be sent HERE. An attachment will be added to this post each time a donation is made. If you would like an autographed photo, those are also available and she will also be donating that money to The Red Cross as well. Tinker Bell Autograph
Read more about Gina Rock on her website
This past weekend was Mouse-Con in Concord Ca. (November 4, 2018). There was a huge turnout. All 20 of the autographed pins have been sold and quite a few of her autographed pho…

Tink Autograph Sales Going To Support Hurricane Michael Victims

Tink is out helping the survivors of the hurricanes like hurricane Florence and hurricane Michael. She is donating all of the money from her autograph sales to The Red Cross to help the people affected by hurricane Michael.
Order your autograph HERE 
Money for hurricane Michael support will be sent here. After the money is sent to The Red Cross, I will send you a copy of the receipt.
To learn more about Gina Rock, Tinker Bell, visit her website

Happy National Elephant Day - A Ringling Brothers Tribute

Thank you to the Feld Family for a wonderful experience.
This piece comes from a performer who shared two years with the famous Circus, Ringling Bros. I first would like to state for the record that I was proud to be part of this wonderful Circus History of Ringling Bros. and give a heartfelt thank you to the Feld family for making this 146-year piece of history to be so magical for both the performers as well as their audiences across the U. S. As a kid growing up in the 60’s, it was a time when this type of live show that included the animal acts was accepted.
Although I do not believe that animals should be locked up in small cages, especially large lions, tigers, and bears, it is important that the truth be told from those that lived behind the scenes of the Red or Blue curtain about the way these animals were handled. I believe that nature does not dictate for man to control large wild animals, but many were raised since birth in a human habitat environment, and many would never su…

The Proper Way To Spell Tinker Bell

Many have been confused as to how our favorite pixies name should be written. According to Disneyland’s website, it is “Tinker Bell” not “Tinkerbell” or “TinkerBell.”

If you would like further proof, this is an excerpt from the J.M. Barrie book Peter and Wendy, published in 1911.

Gina and I got into a debate about this because she WAS Tinker Bell for over 21 years and she had been writing her name down wrong all this time. Lol

For more info about Gina Rock, the longest flying Tinker Bell in Disneyland history, visit her website