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 me get back on my feet.
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.
I wrote and produced two student films, lost somewhere on VHS tapes in history.
Then I went to college. I did a few extra roles on a Cinemax show but wound up leaving it aside; I needed to make a living.
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. I am having fun telling stories in front of the camera. And life should be fun. And to have fun while working is just the best of two worlds.
As things are available for me to announce, I will do so here.
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