In our youth, we’ve all made makeshift banjos with tissue boxes and rubber bands, but these amazing kids take instrument making with recycled materials to another level. This video shows kids playing cellos and violins made entirely from landfill trash. It’s inspirational, heartwarming, and uplifting :0)
Music is the language of angels.
On that note, I’ve been getting more requests to perform in commercials, short films and live events! I’m very grateful my parents pushed me to learn violin and taught me the value of discipline early on.
I just found out that I’ve been put on avail for two SAG commercials! One is a national commercial for a restaurant chain, and the other is for a very well known electronics company. I find out tomorrow if I booked them; fingers crossed!
A big thank you as always to my agent Lisa, who is the hardest working agent in this town, to casting director Danielle Eskinazi, McBride Casting and commercial director Jordan Brady for giving me the opportunity to audition for these great projects.
I am so thankful to all the people who have opened doors for me in my acting career.
“People can open doors. You have to walk through them on your own merit. You earned it.”
I booked one of the projects! Now to hear back regarding the other one 😀
I can’t say what the first commercial is for just yet… but thank you to Stuart and Miller at Stuart Stone Casting and my incredibly hard working agent Lisa Berman for believing in me and helping me make this happen! I had a blast working on set in the beautiful Pacific Palisades with my director, Doug Pray, and the rest of the crew.
Also thank you to Dan and Hunter at broad-cast for bringing me in consistently and booking me on the commercial for Banner Bank!
This commercial was utter silliness and I had such a blast working with my director, Larry Frey, our awesome representative from Banner Bank, Dianne, and the rest of the cast and crew!
If you like improv and you like me (or if you just like improv), you are cordially invited to my Upright Citizens Brigade graduation show for level 101! It’s this Saturday, March 16, 1:15 – 2:15 pm at the UCB Theatre in Hollywood. $5, no reservations required. SEE YOU THERE!
I recently finished taking the famed comedy intensive at Lesly Kahn & Company where I learned all about the technical aspects of television comedy and how to analyze a script and see the 3’s, reversals, antitheticals, etc. Learning the writing and melody of comedy has proved so helpful in improving my comedy acting chops. I highly recommend this class for anyone interested in an acting career in comedy television and film!