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Siobhan Murphy Brings The Heart to Holiday Comedy, “Merry Happy Whatever”


Thursday, November 21, 2019

It only took watching a single performance of Les Miserables as a child for Siobhan Murphy to fall in love with acting forever.  In spite of being warned of the probable rough road ahead by her professors, she knew no other profession would bring her the same joy.  Little did she know that she would one day ...

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Gwen Hollander is Just “Kidding” Around


Saturday, November 16, 2019

Gwen Hollander probably never envisioned a role that would have her in a giant astronaut otter fursuit (much less acting opposite Jim Carrey in said fursuit), but...here we are! Gwen plays Sheryl aka Astron-Otter in Kidding, about a children's puppet show host desperately trying to keep it together after the death of his son. The show masterfully blends ...

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Interview With Actress Patricia ‘Patti’ French: Discusses Hulu’s ‘The Act’, The Film Poms and Much More!


Wednesday, October 9, 2019

Patricia “Patti” French is a woman of many talents. She started an acting career in the theatre while also working as a voice-over talent. She later attended the National Shakespeare Conservatory in New York and hasn’t stopped acting since. Her TV credits are extensive, with each project being as recognizable as the A-list actors attached ...

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Q&A with Eliana Alexander: Accomplished Actress and Novelist


Friday, August 16, 2019

Eliana Alexander is a veteran of the entertainment industry for over 30 years. She has shared her talents in both the English and Latin markets in series such as The Bold and The Beautiful and Desire as well as Telemundo hits such as La Ley del Silencio and Sin Verguenza. Recently she starred alongside fellow ...

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Vinny Chhibber Talks “The Red Line” and Encouraging Empathy


Friday, May 17, 2019

The often rocky road to becoming an actor did little to deter Vinny Chhibber – in fact, it only made him more dogged in his pursuit. The New York native credits his hometown for being a perpetual source of creative inspiration. His new show, The Red Line, navigates issues of racial profiling and implicit biases ...

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Why You Should Be Watching NBC’s The Village


Wednesday, May 15, 2019

From This Is Us to A Million Little Things, it seems as though NBC has made it their mission to produce dramatic television shows that, if nothing else, pull on your heartstrings. The latest series to join that batch is one that you should be watching: The Village. Created by Mike Daniels, this ensemble drama ...

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