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Auditioning more than Booking Gigs? Order up a big glass of "Auntie Ney's Educational Tonic"

I'm proud to tell anybody who asks that I am 45 years old. It's even better to add that I've NEVER been an out of work actress and started my career on "Romper Room," at the age of 5. ***Romper Room Television Show Info - Click Here***

That's right, I HAVE NEVER been an "Out of Work Actor."…

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Added by Renee Carlson on June 7, 2014 at 4:46pm — No Comments

Born & Raised Out of the Way

After more than 15 years of school and community theatre, after years of short and independent film, I've realized that I really need the tools to get bigger gigs in bigger places.



People say move, people say find an agent, and I guess I haven't been making a true effort to get out there. I keep getting more audition calls and gigs here, some paid, some not, but I'd love to be doing it all full time and be able to support myself. Since I'm…

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Added by Scott Anthony Smith on November 23, 2010 at 2:15pm — No Comments

Check out my blog: "scoopsoup"; New England film "scoop", links to casting and film sites, and more! All in one place!

Feel free to check it out..comment, subscribe and tell your friends!..: And soon to be posted: photos and interviews! get the scoop & buzz on down and click on "scoopsoup"!

Added by Susan Farese on July 8, 2009 at 10:30am — No Comments

Timid Driver/Precision Driver?

My car is playing a primary role without me in Edge of Darkness. It's ironic because when I bought my current car the one thing that disappointed me was the color. It's silver and I wanted some odd, bright color so that I could find it easily in a crowded parking lot. I didn't want a car that blends in and gets lost. Well, the very fact that it's an average color is why it get used in so many films. In EOD it has been parked right next to Mel Gibson and the action with 1st unit, generally while… Continue

Added by Andrea Lyman on October 27, 2008 at 2:12pm — 9 Comments

Dangerous Dread work on Surrogates

I originally thought I was posting this blog on New England Actors when I was actually posting it on Our Film Space. The two sites look the same to me (not so tecno savvy here). So I copied the blog from one site to paste on this one. Anyway, here's my experience as a Dread on Surrogates:



This was without a doubt the most ruggedly dangerous set I have ever experienced. I worked on action films in the past, but never been a part of the action scenes. We, Dreads ( background actors ),… Continue

Added by Andrea Lyman on August 2, 2008 at 8:16am — 1 Comment

"Fathers" to appear at Bangor Film Festival

I worked on a grad thesis film for a student (Bridget Lake) from Loyola U in California a couple of years ago. "Fathers" will be shown in the upcoming Bangor Film Festival on Friday August 15. We had a great cast including NE actors, Michele Romano, Bill Mootos, Bill Steele and NY actress Diane Gioseffi, as well as a wonderfully talented crew from all over. If anyone is attending the festival, I'm going to try to get up there myself. Please look me up.…



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Added by Mike Francis on August 1, 2008 at 4:49pm — 3 Comments

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