Recent and Upcoming Projects:

2019 Off to a great start I have accepted the role of Judy in this romance paranormal thriller.

Julie Chapin as Judy in Never Can Say Good-bye

Visit the website to read more exciting updates: Never Can Say Good-bye

On January 16 I was in the episode of called Finders Keepers  of Season 9 America’s Court with Judge Ross.  It plays weekdays at KCAL 9.  It was great fun to be the plaintiff (and not the judge for a change ) In a contentious case.

An uproarious rehearsal of  Alexandra Levy and Alfonso Dimitri  in episode 6 of Sangre Negra. Will be filming in February and all 8 episodes scheduled to be broadcast on the El Rey Network in 2020.

El Rey Network

Alexandra Levy’s cougar scene with Alfonso Dimitri played by Sebastian Large!

Returned to the East Coast April 1 and booked three series. The first is an awesome comedic drama set in the 1890s in the west.  I am the voice of the stage coach widow, Mary the saloon hostess and the farmers wife/Jakes Ma.  It is called the Medicine show. See recording session on April 11 below.

End of April shot a pilot for Reel Life.  I play the mother of the main character, Sandra Duquesne.  I am a lifelong hippie and own with my husband a vinyl record store.  This was great fun.

Began recording episode six in the epic season two of the gray area podcast (   Enjoyed watching the creator Ed Champion spin his audio magic. Fantastic story line.  Can tell this will be an amazing season and I love my character and the pivotal role she plays.

Wrapped my role in the Grey Area podcast on June 19!  Roller coaster of emotions,  All in an invigorating ride through the imaginative circumstances by this gifted storyteller Ed Champion.


In July I was filmed as Bubby in the romantic dramedy  What Do I Do Now?.  My scenes were set in the m1940s at the bakery I operated and lived behind.  I gave sage advice to the apple of my-eye my grandson Yael who recently wrote this heartfelt  true story.  Director Joshua Coates, his wonderful crew and cast packed a lot of love into this film – expected release date 2020

Table read of new sitcom series The Drop Spot where I appear as a high school teacher.

Filmed my scenes this past weekend as the mother in the short film The Crumbling.  It follows a drug user blinded by love living in the shadow of a decrepit city who has one night to obtain the object of his affection.  Worked with Evan and George of Spinning Real Films.  This is the 3rd film they’ve collaborated on.

 In August I was filmed in a mockumentary appearing as a psychiatrist Dr. Falconer with a challenging case written by the imaginative New Zealand director Nathan Morris (

Episode 309 of Shattered, another tragic tale of a family destroyed by a senseless murder.  I am Helen, a grandmother who receives the tragic news.   Filmed last week of August.

The screening of my debut in Ghetto Nerd Girl took place on September 7.  It was hilarious and yes I was mommy dearest.

Sept 20 working out in feature film Walking On helping local director.
October started with pilot of I Promise to be True, Peter Ferriero’s new series on wedding mishaps.  I’m the crazy mother-in-law  –  no stretch here.
 First week of November appeared in the trailer for a series to be a “real time” documentary on Instagram about a gay yeshiva boy who is chastised by brothers and friends and makes his way as a drag queen at the “House of Egypt”.  I am the intolerant orthodox Jewish mother at yoseph.dreams on Instagram  “mystory”.
Mid November was the lead Helen in a 1980s slasher style film called Pizza Man. The film is an hilarious horror story filled with memorable characters and special effects produced written and directed by the talent from
December 11th episode of Shattered on the ID channel entitled “The Last Song”  — a tragic reenactment – my grandson died a hero.
Last week of January played the psychic healer Sage giving advice in the park to Jill played by Sally Hassan in Mahesh Kumar’s film The Writer.
Three days last week on Columbia University thesis film of Esteban Garcia Vernaza.  Very poignant great moment to moment with my son played by Matt Whitfield.  Had the opportunity to be one of the principal characters.
On Valentine’s Day I was proud to learn that I was profiled on the Pennsylvania Film Industry Association web site:
and there is an article about me:
At the end of February shot a comedic scene as a Jewish mother.  There was no acting here. Talented daughter played by Elyse Hudson and directed by the amazing Katy Frame.

After an overnight shoot March 12 to March 13 these stills were taken of “Antique” the most experienced pole dancer at the club in the pilot of Alice Rose (writer/director) and Kevin Hackenberg’s (cinematographer) film called Pole Position.  An hour later on the morning of March 13 I went into self quarantine to be safe or as safe as one can possibly be in these most trying pandemic times.

Fortunately I have the scripts for two feature films that will resume after it is safe as well as two web series.  Certainly open to other projects with the timeline starting later in the year.

Be safe and well and listen to the good Doctor Fauci and gratitude to those healthcare professionals on the front line.

Even during the pandemic managed to shoot a commercial for a UK company’s health product.  Director kept a mask on and social distance.  My husband “acted“ as my husband in the commercial.  It was a hoot.

Despite still being in isolation from the pandemic June was a month of collaboration with the writer director and cast of The Man with the Floppy Ears.  I was the daft socialite in this romantic triangle screenplay.  Rehearsals begin on June 17,  the table read will be June 28 and filmed on Zoom.

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