All Posts By Erin Tatum

Nick Hounslow Melts Hearts in Holiday Sequel, “Christmas With A Prince: Becoming Royal”

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Nick Hounslow is  no stranger to turning heads. At 17, he was scouted off the street by a modeling agency. Within a year, he was walking at Paris fashion week. Work brought him to LA and he fell in love with the city. Acting gigs followed suit,  though not without initial struggle.  Now, he’s set ...

Haven Dishes on LA Romance in New Single, “Swimming In Your Feelings”

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  For Haven, the power of music was quite literally healing.  Her passion for singing was her lifeline during a difficult childhood battle with a mysterious illness, which turned out to be POTS Syndrome. Fighting through lingering symptoms, she eventually started doing shows and her family was gifted a trip to Nashville, which fully ignited her ...

Katy Davis Makes A Splash in 1950s Detective Thriller, “Motherless Brooklyn”

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Katy Davis quite literally can’t remember a time where she didn’t want to act.  She was scrutinizing other actors performances by the age of five. This tenacity came in handy when she chose to move to LA (without knowing anyone!) nine years ago. After adding some more impressive voice-over credits to her collection, she now ...

Beware of Darkness Celebrates Overcoming Depression in New Song, “Bloodlines”

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Just a few short years ago, Beware of Darkness frontman Kyle Nicolaides' life was in shambles. Deep in the throes of depression and overwhelmed by a constant internal onslaught of negativity and suicidal thoughts, Kyle made the decision to jettison his band  in favor of finally addressing the mental health crisis that had plagued him ...

Chad Michael Collins Answers the Call in “Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare”

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Chad Michael Collins had no way of knowing at the time he auditioned, but he was about to fulfill his lifelong childhood dream.  After booking the role, he was informed that the project he would be involved with was actually “Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare.” Clearly, fanboying ensued. Chad plays Alex, a lone operative who ...

Zachary Ray Sherman Examines a Loner’s Descent into The Alt-Right in His New Film, “Cuck”

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After being introduced to acting by chance, Zachary Ray Sherman truly fell in love with the craft after watching a performance Cyrano de Bergerac. Years later, an old friend approached him with his toughest role to date: playing a young man radicalized into the alt-right. Sherman hesitated at first, disgusted by the terrible hate spewed ...

Sätilä Confronts Feeling Unworthy of Receiving Love in New Single, “Like You Do”

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For Finnish artist Sätilä, songwriting always came naturally. Following a period of existential uncertainty, a year abroad of studying in Australia not only reawakened has musical ambitions, but provided him with a toolbox of technical skills to pursue his craft. His new song “Like You Do” is emblematic of his next chapter in music. Sätilä ...

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