Truth-be-told, I was bitten by the acting bug when I was 5 or 6 years old. I had been with my class at a PBS taping of I Can Read in LA. I was wearing green (that was my favorite color) and the story was about Timothy the Turtle. I was "cast" to play Timothy, falling onto my back, the shell preventing me from turning over. My other forest-creature friends needed to help.
I participated in school plays and productions, along with everyone else in my classes. In High School, I joined the drama club and got involved in some theater productions, including (what's now) classic Saturday Night Live! skits.
Then I went to college. I did a few extra roles on a Cinemax show, but left it alone. I needed to make a living.
Now, nearly a half-century after being bitten by that bug, I returned to learning techniques in a master class during the pandemic. All of which leads me to where I am now.
I have been auditioning and landing roles; auditioning and not landing roles. I'm still very much engaged in the Life After Losses community and my mission here.
As things are available for me to announce, I will do so here.
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