I started as an actress when I was 20. I talked my way into William Morris without a referral. Dan Stevens signed me. My first job was starring in a series on ABC. Followed by recurring, starring, & guest starring roles on television, in films, on Broadway and the West End in London.
I've played just about every character a woman can play, both comedic and dramatic - except a Nun. No one bought my Nun.
I added writing to my skill set and fell in love with it. I can't stop. I have to write every day or I get cranky.
My spec scripts were optioned like hot cakes but none of them made it to the big screen. So, I opened my own production company and wrote, produced, directed and acted in a short, "Someone to Love". It went to Cannes and won multiple awards at other festivals. It's in distribution now with a 4.8 star rating on IMDB.
Next was a 90-minute romantic comedy, “1 Nighter” starring Golden Globe nominee Timothy Bottoms and myself. I also wrote, produced and directed. It gets 3 to 4.2 stars on Amazon depending on how much I promote it.
Now, I’m moving into mainstream films with my next feature, “Finding Joy”. It’s an everywoman empowerment story about losing love, gaining strength and finding joy.
It's not a "me too" revenge script or an empowerment script with Amazon women clad in bikinis, battling beasts to save humanity.
"Finding Joy" is about a great mom and a loving wife who loses love, gains strength and finds Joy. It's exactly what
we need right now! A movie that makes us feel good!
I have no desire to direct it. This script deserves an
excellent director at the top of his or her game.
Thanks for the read.