From Hipster to Yuppy posted by on May 6, 2016

MY NAME IS BURNS is complete and in competition at the Dances with Films Festival in Hollywood. I play Rachel, Burns bestie who is moving out from their Silverlake hipster pad to live in Santa Monica with her Westside fiance. Check back to get more details about where to watch this series.

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MY NAME IS BURNS new trailer 2017 from Daniel Applegate on Vimeo.

Another Fool posted by on February 22, 2012

Last year director Evan Nicholas asked me to act in his short film “Another Fool”. This week he sent me a link to the final product. It’s fun to see something I worked on over a year ago come to life. Check it out:

Actors Everywhere posted by on November 8, 2011

This past weekend I attended Actorfest LA hosted by Backstage with my good friend and actress/model Susanna. We were a little bummed when we saw the sheer number of acting hopefuls (we waited two hours to meet with with one casting director…for 2 minutes!). But after coming up with our “threesome” strategy and shooting this video we decided the day was a win. Check it out!

Greasy Lake Premiere posted by on October 27, 2011

Last spring I acted in the short film Greasy Lake based on the TC Boyle short story. This past weekend I attended the LA premiere of the film at the Hollywood Film Festival. Click to watch a sneak peek of my scene.

Friends for Rent posted by on July 26, 2011

This summer I got to play Lana in an episode of “Frents” (friends for rent) on AtomicWedgieTV. I love the show, such a fun concept – “Katie, Quimby and Pete become friends to the friendless, for a price. Click to watch!

Acting in the Short Film “Headshot” posted by on April 1, 2009

Needless to say acting is a tough career and sometimes following your dreams means surviving your worst nightmares. One of the hardest challenges to deal with when pursing acting, is facing rejection and moving forward with confidence no matter what happens. It’s a numbers game and the trick is to do your best when you get the chance to shine, to “stay in the moment,” even when you know it’s back to pounding the pavement when your acting job is completed.

I got a role in Evan Nicholas’ short film “Headshot” and documented my day of filming, facing my fears, and then sharing with my viewers the final product – a fun film that deals with the very theme so many actors face. A film about how sometimes no matter how great of an actor you are, that doesn’t mean you are “right” for the part.