TV

Emily Swallow Talks “Supernatural,” “The Mandalorian,” and Baby Yoda


Thursday, January 23, 2020

With the enthusiastic support of her parents, Emily Swallow pursued her love of the arts from a young age. After spending most of her free time during her undergraduate degree in the drama department, she finally convinced herself to give acting a real shot professionally. It’s been a whirlwind ever since. ever since. You can ...

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Jai Rodriguez is as Fab as Ever in “Dollface” and “EastSiders”


Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Jai Rodriguez has  been commanding the spotlight since he was a child singing solos at his mega church. At just 18, he was cast as the lead in RENT. A few years later, he received the call that would change everything and was soon minted as our beloved “Culture Vulture” in the OG Fab Five during Queer ...

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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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Hunter Clowdus is An “All American” Guy


Wednesday, October 16, 2019

If one word could describe Hunter Clowdus as a person, it would probably be “grounded.” The actor and Chattanooga native knows not to take any opportunity in Hollywood for granted. This humble outlook stands in stark contrast to his fictional counterpart. Hunter portrays JJ on the high school football drama “All American.” Season 2 has ...

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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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Why It’s Important For Black Actresses To Hire Men and Women of Color To Do Their Hair and Makeup


Monday, May 20, 2019

This year, an important discussion has come up in Hollywood reflecting how black women in the industry need women and men of color to do their hair/makeup. Model Olivia Anakwe sparked this discussion on Instagram about on-set hair styling; venting that hair stylists at shoots, generally, are clueless when it comes to working with Black ...

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