Thursday, October 16, 2008

Good news comes in twos


After the typical summer drought, the fall has been going amazingly well! After a great performance at a networking seminar, I have been called in to interview with a very good agency here in NYC (will protect the names of the innocent, since I want this blog to remain quasi-anonymous and don't want my blog to show up when that agent's name is Googled. You can, however, go to my acting website and see who it is...) I also have been given referrals for several mid-size agencies in New York (who I subsequently submitted to), so it is only a matter of time until I find new legit representation. I continue to be sent out by my freelance agent, Paradigm, for commercial work. This Monday I went in to audition for a Tide spot starring Tim Gunn. I did not end up booking the job, but my upward trajectory has been very exciting.

I have a possible project coming up that I am thrilled about. I recently became acquainted with an internet series writer/director who is in pre-production on a very exciting web series. We are in talks regarding a role that is being introduced in the mid part of the season. (I seem to be good at getting these- I have already been cast as a late season series regular for the web series, "Intersections.") I will be attending the table read for the first 2 episodes and will meet the production team, and if we make a good fit we will discuss the possibility of me coming on board. I love their writing style and the subject of the series, so I really hope we can make this happen.

3 comments:

  1. Not that there's anything wrong with that...

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  2. Is it wrong that I'm disappointed not because you didn't get the gig, but because you didn't get to meet Tim Gunn?

    He's my latest man-crush.

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  3. I feel the same way... would have been awesome to meet him!

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