Tag Archive | job

Retrograde, Schmetrograde

Those who know me will vouch for my excessive organization skills and attention to detail. And yet, last week I don’t think a day went by when I didn’t send my husband a text along the lines of, “I forgot deodorant today”, “I left my lunch in the fridge today”, “I forgot to shave the 80 pound gorilla”.

Fed up, the people take to the streets once again.

Let’s talk about Occupy Wall Street and why you should be paying attention to the movement that’s sweeping the nation. Remember not too long after the turn of the last century when women got all uppity and wanted the right to vote? They protested and the cops beat them up and put them in jail, […]

Those Were The Days

Someone just posted the following reminder on facebook: “Live every day as if it were your last – enjoy every moment because you never know when the ride will end.”

I’ve heard it before and I’ll hear it again but today it came at a good time for me.

What I Learned on My Trip to Spain

I recently traveled halfway across the world to Spain and you know what I found out? They’re a lot like us, those Spaniards. Except they work half as hard and smoke twice as much as we do. You can tell it’s the crack of noon when they rise from their beds and the sound of a thousand smokers’ coughs echoes up and down the streets, heralding another day filled with delicious meals fried in rich Spanish oil.

New Headshots!

The actor has to know how to emote, how to connect with the lens (an inanimate object) and convey who they are. It’s not an easy task, but that is essentially what a film and TV actor does for a living, so it’s an important skill.

My 2 cents for Actors, part 1

Today’s blog comes to you from my 15 years of experience as an actor in Los Angeles. I hope that anyone in a creative field will find it helpful as well, especially since I came by this knowledge the hard way. The advice is simple: get a job. A good job. I came to Los […]

This one is for the actors & anyone looking for a job

We spend eons learning to do the jobs we apply for, whether its actor, rocket scientist or Johnny Knoxville sidekick but we rarely get taught how to interview for jobs. That’s one of the reasons we need more deodorant on the days we interview.