Tis the Season for Horror and Scifi. In GPS the Short Horror Film, I get to do both! I never thought I would be that girl who is going to the party and magically gets into a car accident then thrust into the woods but its happened!
I am so excited for this piece to come out!
For now, feel free to check out a little trailer of some scenes I am in.
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I had the pleasure to write and act in "A-Lexi" A Horror Comedy that premiered at The John Sullivan's Upper room, for the AGR's Filmmakers Challenge.
This is such a wonderful mind F*ck! Its been almost 3 years since moving to New York. My first year, I told myself I would get a manager.Done! My 2nd year I told myself I wanted to book a paid gig and get an Agent. DONE! Now almost 2 months away from my 3 year mark and I told myself I wanted to be on T.V. DONE! I will have been on television 4 times by the end of this year. I have to especially thank the ID Channel for the opportunities they gave me. Kaufman Films and the amazing slew of Directors and Producers that have cast me on various shows, have given me a great gift! And here is the the gift, the gift to do the craft I've always wanted to do.
Above is my first Principal role on "Six Degree's of Murder". What's even better, I get to play a bad guy. This is the way I have always wanted to go. They bad-guys, the weirdo's, the disenfranchised, evil, and just plain weird, types. Fantasy and Sci-Fi are what I want to do and Crime Drama's are a great gateway!
Here is to more adventures in Acting and bringing goals to reality
Thank you for sharing my journey with you
I have been working on a new series with a really talented group of people behind and in front of the camera called Trap Door. The story came about because of a scene I was doing for my reel. I wrote the scene and after releasing I got swarmed with messages asking if I was going to continue the story.
It was a good feeling to say the least. The original video is a bit different and I'm not sure if it will be featured in the show, but it sparked something and from there the series has taken off.
The original scene was one that I felt strongly in. The content (WATCH HERE) was something that I had experienced in my earlier years (with the exception of one thing, you'll know what it is). As an actor, I had always been drawn to characters that were different from myself, stories that I found unique, that's what we do but in this show, its been a struggle for me to live in a storyline that hits home and also lives in a different universe. This show blurs those lines for sure, going into a sci-fi crime thriller with a psychological twist, that I hope will be enjoyable for those watching, but at its core, it shows a part of my personal self that I rarely talk about.
As a creator, this is my 3rd web series I've written and produced, but its the first show I have written and have myself as the primary lead. It is also the first Dramatic Series I've written. I have dabbled in dramatic shorts but I mostly stuck to comedy. Especially when I moved to New York. I think writing and being in comedies when moving here was easier. It was a light weigh of getting to know people and I have loved meeting and mingling with those people.
I also thing a big part of it too was that I was a lot heavier when I first moved to NYC, (About 50lbs) and that created a "type", that Comedy, I felt, was more accepting. (As Shitty as that is)
It really becomes a whole new perspective when doing something so serious. As an actor, I am learning that what I have done on comedy sets don't always work when doing drama's like this. Of course this is more of a Dramedy, incorporating some humor but the heavy scenes like the one in the picture you see above feel different. There is a heaviness that you need to mentally prepare yourself for. For me, it becomes a healthy addition. I have wanted more of this and I think the process has made me a stronger actor. It also helps when you have great people to work off of (The crew is pretty cool too).
So, the emotional, spiritual and artistic journey will continue with this series. I am looking forward to updating the trailer, but for now, if you want to check out more you can go to our site:
TRAP DOOR SERIES
Today was the last of a 2 day filming sprint.
We got most of Episode 2 done and will be finishing up the rest of the series at the end of August.
Thanks for reading and as always,
Look to the stars
Happy 4th Everyone! Hope you have a safe and fun holiday! I know I will be floating in a pool for the next 72 hours and no one will be able to remove me...lol... Except to get watermelon, maybe
I got booked for another gig in July at the ID Channel. So yeah, I am pretty much with ya all month! Very Excited that this is my 4th role on this series.
I just received an email stating that I will be playing a wonderful Role on the ID Channels "Grave Secrets" as a Principal Role!
This is my 3rd booking with them in under 12 months. I am so freaking excited. I really loved meeting the director and producer, and I cannot wait to meet the rest of the cast.
Alright! After a year of working on this, I am proud to say that "Imaginary" written and created by Me! Molly Gazay and my comedy partner Brittanie Sheree, is finally finished.
Here is our new trailer below:
We can't release the series quite yet due to us submitting to film festivals but for updates check out our website:
Thank you to Kaufman Films and the ID Channel for my first appearance on Television! "The Perfect Murder" Season 4 Episode 2, "Fade To Black".
About 6 months ago, I got cast as the Medical Examiner for "The Perfect Murder" on the ID Channel and it comes out today.
Fun (short) story, I didn't think I had a shot in hell with it cause it looked like they wanted someone between 30-40 years old, but I figured "What the Hell" and studied my ass off. There was a lot of Medical jargon to learn, but with my roommates help, I had not only memorized the long paragraph, I also knew exactly what I was talking about.
I go to the audition. I feel great! Two days later I get the call! I am so excited. I ask how much of the script they were going to use. And it turns out, none of the medical procedural stuff was included...lol.. I asked about it and the lady on the other line said "We just wanted to see if you could do it." And I could!
It was a really great experience and a hell of a lot of fun!
Now, the first TV credit is on my IMDB page and comes out today! June 21st,2017
I'm a woman of all trades. Love what I do and I do what I love.