Yes! A Month, A New Character! Annie Woo and I, have started a Character Trilogy! I am obsessed with popping pimples. And I don't care who knows. In fact, after writing this sketch I realized that there were a lot of people who have a odd pull towards the bacteria that creates pockets on your body. So, we hope you enjoy this fun sneak peek into the world of Pimple Pixies and where your pimples go after they've been popped!
For more characters, check out my youtube page!
Today I got to act with my Husband in a short film we wrote together. It is a story that I feel is not told often but needs to come out to light more. Roxy calls her friend to talk to early in the morning after a terrible thing happens. She finds solace in his help but is still struggling with the intense emotional feelings she has.
Filmed at a local Brooklyn bar, Lowlands, Sean and I are so excited to show this very personal and emotional short film.
Thank you for watching and being so supportive.
To watch the short please check it out below:
Back in late 2016, I decided I wanted to do more characters. You know? Like on SNL?
I already have created a few but I wanted something fresh!
While traveling on the subway, my husband and I were talking and he mentioned something about a Jingle Writer. I loved it and right then and there wrote my first draft for Judy!
She definately got a little more aggresive about her love for her art as time went on! And I loved her more and more!
Using what we had and trying to keep it as low budget as we could, my awesome group of friends: Sean O'Connor, Anna Lekanidis, Brittanie Sheree and Michael Ovalle with new friend Tina Rico and her little girl featured Izabella, we created a scene for Judy to thrive in.
She is fun and weird and a little crazy... And I hope you like her!
My next character will be airing in March and I can't wait to show you! They are literally worlds apart!
Birthmark Pride Week! I did a photoshoot with Annie Woo Photography for her body empowerment blog. Here are two of the images that I love! I have always loved my birthmark. I was never ashamed of it, or wanted to hide it and even though most of the world around me felt the same, there were a few times I faced some issues: Jr High "If you didn't have that red thing on your chest, we could be friends." High School, my pregnant science teacher taught the class for a whole week how to take hickies off using spoons, lipstick caps, ice, etc. Then finally came to me and said "I know its popular to get hickies right now Molly but you are destroying your body." and as an Adult in LA "If you want to be an actress, you need to get that removed. It looks like a burn and no one wants to see that." and a security guard once said "Is that Jelly on your chest? Can I lick it off for you?" Now, living in New York, I am more confident in my body than ever and still in love with my birthmark. Thru this project I hope to help those who may have felt uncomfortable with theirs. I know the teasing and negative comments can weigh you down and make you feel like there is something wrong with you but I am here to tell you. There isn't. Its a beautiful piece of your story and what makes you, you!
Well, Turkey Day is upon us! And I am so thrilled to show off our newest sketch from Britt And Molly! The Super Shade Bowl! I will admit, I didn't know what "Throwing Shade" was until a friend of mine told me what it was but after doing this sketch I now fully understand what "Throwing Shade is" and What's "NOT" Shade. Do you know? Watch our Sketch below!
And Happy Thanksgiving!
This is a year to be thankful for, for sure! It's been a crazy year for me. I lost another 20 lbs. I got married and was surrounded by my loved ones, at a wedding my husband and I planned together. Our friends helped set up. And our community pitched in to make magical.
I got to meet one of my best friends new babies! Met one of my husbands friends wife and son, whom I'd only talked to on the phone.
Went out of the country for the first time as an adult to Mexico. I saw ancient ruins from cities lost long ago, met an amazing woman while on a shaman journey, and grew as a person.
Achieved several of my career goals: Acting Agent, Manager, Comedy duo, acting on stage and screen, first commercial and TV show gigs, etc. Its crazy. I am so thankful for all of it. Even the not so good stuff, like Sean (my husband) loosing his job 4 days after our honeymoon...lol... The Election...Yeah, that sucked....but overall, right now. Life is good and I am surrounded by loving wonderful people, whom I care about greatly and who care about me.
The people in my life have shaped me and I hope that I have helped shape them and make them feel loved.
With all that is going on in the world today, I feel that being thankful for the things we have is so important. Our liberties, our voices, our rights, our lives, our families and friends. These are things that have been taken away from others, and I am thankful that right now, I have a voice. I am able to express myself creatively and as a woman. I will always fight for my rights and for tho se I love around me. And I am thankful for that ability.
HAPPY THANKSGIVING EVERYONE!
I hope you have a great day!
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