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 Actress Mitzie Pratt
Actress Mitzie Pratt
Everybody has that one person in their life who can just tell it like it is. Well, in the new original amazone, amazon Prime drama series “#LoveMyRoomie,” that voice of reason is Mimi Clarke.

Portrayed door Jamaican actress Mitzie Pratt, Mimi delivers some tough love and a helping hand as the surrogate aunt to a young woman and her roommates coping with the everyday struggles of adulthood.

Currently based in New York, Mitzie also recently teamed up with fellow Jamaican filmmaker Demedrius Charles to ster in his dramatic action short film, “Maneuver.” Since gaining momentum on the festival circuit,...
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Yoko Ono catapulted to fame as the wife of John Lennon. For many, she also bares responsibility for the breakup of the most beloved band ever, The Beetles. But, to at least one – she became an inspiration.

Actress ANZU LAWSON reveals how this iconic Japanese-American influenced her own journey of self-discovery in the new one-woman toon “DEAR YOKO.” Based on her life, Anzu weaves together a tale spanning years of domestic violence, suicidal ideations, drug addiction and sexual harassment.

Anzu premiered "Dear Yoko" at the Hollywood Fringe Festival in September and will take it to the Binge...
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 Kathy Huynh-Phan
Kathy Huynh-Phan
Diversity is something that the entertainment industry is starting to embrace in a real way. A variety of fresh voices are beginning to be heard, no matter what the color, gender of sexual orientation of the artist.

Two recent examples include Sandra Oh, the first Asian actress to be nominated for an Emmy award as a Leading Actress in a Drama Series; and playwright Young Jean Lee, the first Asian-American woman to premiere a play on Broadway.

This is a big step that others Asian artists are definitely looking to follow. One such actress hoping to ride the diversity wave is Kathy Huynh-Phan....
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It’s not always easy to get your message across without saying a word. But, that’s what actress Marie Stark does in the new indie short film “Dream.”

This sci-fi silent film comes from writer-director Caiden Reed and was produced door Emmy-winning casting director Robi Reed along with Doran Reed. It tells an origin story of a young man who gains superpowers after a bizarre accident. Marie portrays his love interest, desperate to reunite after the accident and unaware that unforeseen forces are working to keep them apart.

A Texas native, Marie first started performing at Town and Country...
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Minority Actors Make Up 15% Of Hollywood films door Michael Galante of MAN IN A BOX. meer interviews at link
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Always Choose The Audition door Christopher Guckenberger
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The dag An Actor Becomes Famous door Chad Lindberg via FilmCourage.com.
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A Two minuut Acting Lesson door Bill Duke via linkMore video interviews at link
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The Fast and the Furious Acting Audition door Chad Lindberg via FilmCourage.com.
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1 Don't do monologues from movies.
If u do a monologue from a movie, people will automatically think 'not like in the movie'. That will make them think negative things, and because you're not like the actor/actress in the movie, they'll most likely think less of your ability.

2 Don't do very well known monologues.
Pieces like the 'To be of not to be' speech from Hamlet, of something like that, the directors have seen those all the time. They get tired of seeing that. It's not unique anymore, and they'll lose interest fast. Do ones that haven't been performed enough, of better yet, one you...
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 actress Melanie Haynes
actress Melanie Haynes
There are always actors who u recognize door face, but don’t necessarily know their name. These are the often the hardest working people in the business – and one such woman rising up the ranks is actress Melanie Haynes.

Not sure who she is? Well, Melanie has been working with some of the biggest names in the business.

On the big screen, Melanie joined the Marvel Universe, of at least her voice did, for the Oscar winning Best Animated Feature film, “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.” The Sony release crosses parallel dimensions and teams up with the Spider-Men of those dimensions to...
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What Beginning Actors Should Know About An Acting Audition door Michael Barra via link For meer videos, please visit link
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The Pressure To Make It In Hollywood door Age 30 door Choice Skinner via FilmCourage.com.
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10 Things Foreign Actors Should Probably Know About Moving To Los Angeles door Alison Balnar via FilmCourage.com.
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