Monday, October 27, 2008

Will Ferrell, eat your heart out


I know I am not supposed to laugh at this, but a homeless panhandler in the subway was suffering from "voice imodulation" problems, as described hilariously by Will Ferrell on an episode of "Saturday Night Live." This guy could not control the volume or pitch of his voice, delivering everything loud and monotone. I was biting my lip to keep from laughing- it was so funny.

If you haven't seen the sketch, it is worth the effort. View it here. Enjoy!

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Sunday, October 26, 2008

She's Funny, Folks


I'm shooting a guest starring role for the web series "50 To Death" today. It is produced by friends Norm Golden, Joan Barber and Jon Freda, and directed by Jason Sokoloff. Working on the series has been a hoot- it is improv based, much like "Curb Your Enthusiasm" and is about 3 seniors lamenting ageism for folks in the age range 50 to death. I play a voice student who sees her voice teacher on the street, and offer her my granny cart so they can carry their groceries home. I get to be cute and funny- my favorite!

You can see the first two episodes on their website- http://www.50todeath.com. My episode is number 6, which probably won't air for a couple of months. Will let you know when you can see it!

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Wednesday, October 22, 2008

This concerns me...


Is this because of the impending SAG strike? I shudder to think...

Audition Notice on Actors Access

"ROMANTIC COUPLES: Seeking men and women for background work, ages late 30s to 50s, to play romantic couples in a bed and breakfast scene for the new non-union Steven Soderbergh film 'The Girlfriend Experience' on Friday, Oct. 24."



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