★ AWARDS ★
Best Supporting Actress – Festigious Film Festival (The Great Charade)
Best Supporting Actress – FilmCon Film Festival (The Great Charade)
Best Monologue – Actors Awards (The Great Charade)
Best Actress – Actors Awards (The Getaway)
Serenity (2019 Workshop) Jennifer Bukowski, Stanley Road Productions
Eat My Life (Post-Prod) Jolanda, Thatmoose Pictures
Tag (2018) Jenna, Thatmoose Pictures
Werewolflure (2018) Hayley, Thatmoose Pictures
Dirt (2018) Mary, Beaumont Productions
Astrosapiens (2017), Aurora Parker, David Toms Films
Bloodchild (2017) Lucy, Rodeax Ltd.
Silence in the Birdcage (2016) Woman, Rodeax Ltd.
EMU (2016) Programmer, Apple Park Films
The White Room (2015) Jane Greene, Rodeax Ltd.
4 Fit Girls (2016) Lila, Fish Overboard Pictures
Sundown Town (2018) Camille De Rose, Tristan Bates Theatre (Benjamin Mowbray)
Summer Nights in Space (2017) Alien, , Hannah Elsy Productions (Sinead O’Callaghan)
Clinton the Musical (2012) Dick Morris, Egdoh Theater (Ken Alexander)
Slay It With Music (2011) Rosemarie Clinger, A Stage Kindly (Joseph C. Walsh)
Hamlet Smith (2011) Amelia, Liminal Space Productions (Prav MJ)
Little Johnny’s Big Gay Wedding (2010) Waiter, National Theatre of Scotland/Random Accomplice (Julie Brown)
Everybody Dies (2009) Carrie, Edible Brains Productions (Russel Dobular)
Flyer (2009) Lulu, AngelWing Music (Carl Anthony Tramon)
Hamlet (2007) Ophelia, TSI Playtime Series (Sylvia Mincewicz)
Alice Squared (2006) Alice, Theatre Ink Productions (Cori Silberman)
Trailer Park Broadcasting Scandals (2005) Pauline Felts, (Marie Strinden)
Tom and Jerry vs. Fred Quimby (2019) Various Voices/Stage Directions, Ambassador Theatre Group (Melisa Annis)
Sweet Jane (2014) Jane, Molly Rydzel (Molly Rydzel)
Everybody Dies (2014) Carrie, Molly Rydzel (Krysta Hibbard)
Plagued (2009) Mob 6, Nick Moore & Daniel John Kelley
Daisy May is Breaking In (2018) Daisy May, The Actors Centre (Sinead O’Callaghan)
The Paralegal (2016) Actor/Deviser, Pin the Tale (Ragga Dahl Johansen)
TRESemme – Thick and Full (2018) Matinée Multilingual, Victoria Andrews
TRESemme – Make the Feeling Last (2018) Matinée Multilingual, Victoria Andrews
Wonderbly – Personalized Books (2017) 1st Ave Machine
TRESemme – Keratin Smooth (2017) Matinée Multilingual, Victoria Andrews
TRESemme – Do Some Damage (2017) Matinée Multilingual, Victoria Andrews
Tini: The Movie (New Life of Violetta) (2016) Melanie, Walt Disney Pictures
In development – DAISY MAY
We met Daisy a bit later in life and who doesn’t love this kooky, charming, and naturaly-gifted woman? I mean, it takes a lot to sing to those inmates on death row whilst emitting joy from every orifice, especially when other things are being emitted right back at ya. Warden promises they’ll be better behaved next time, so your mouth to God’s ears. Right, Mama?
But, what sort of woman chooses this career path? I mean, is it all really just an act?
Here we shed some proverbial light on our friend to see where she comes from and get some answers to the question on everyone’s minds: What the f*ck is wrong with you?!
Buckle up, kids, it’s bound to be a bumpy, f*cked up ride!
Curious about Daisy and want to hear more? Contact Candice.
In development – SHAREN LORENZO
We may not have seen Sharen for awhile, but this lady is coming out of retirement. Gone are the days of being “The New York Beaches Seven Year Old Hot Dog Eating Competition Winner” (yup it’s a mouthful for us, too)! Now, it’s time for a different kind of spotlight. The spotlight of: talk! That’s right, thanks to Bob, one of the best TV producers in the five boroughs, it’s time for YOU to join the audience of Sharen’s test shoot before it becomes the hottest ticket in town. What’s she gonna say? What’s she gonna do? But, more importantly, what’s she gonna eat? Just kidding, she doesn’t do that anymore… Or does she?
Curious about Sharen and want to hear more? Contact Candice.
Daisy May is Breaking In (2018) The Actors Centre (Sinead O’Callaghan)
The Great Charade (2019) Associate Producer, Rodeax Ltd.
Daisy May is Breaking In (2018) Producer, The Actors Centre (Sinead O’Callaghan)