Filming in April a short mockumentary called “The Birthday”
Last month from HOH “Kidnapped, The Road to Hell” – Brandi’s Mom and Brandi looking at sketch of a killer.
In April I was in a commercial for the X-bike
and one for American Certified and I produced another Breezin with Bierman live TV show on Princeton TV.
Matt J. Horn – radio presenter, writer and blogger interviewed me in April on his show in the UK where I talked about Ghost Goggles and Sangre Negra and my acting career –you can find it at Matt Horn Meets –www.mixcloud.com/matthornmeets.
I am excited to be filming in May in a Webseries called “The Demo Guy” as Lance Xavier’s Mother,
a guest appearance in the dramatic series “The Towers of Babylon” and the overbearing mother in the short film “Red Barber” (Dream Catcher Multimedia)
and in a new Indy feature film as a lawyer named Grace in “The Bench” which will be presented at Art All Night http://www.artworkstrenton.org/artallnight/ after which, it will air on public television and be submitted to select film festivals. Picture follows of Grace and Mary third day shoot of The Bench.
Also this month I will be filmed in two other indys one as a psychic spiritual cashier in “Karma: Day of the Loon” and the other as an actress in “Women of a Certain Age”
and there will be a table read for the highly experimental horror film “Shadow Slayer” where I am cast as Mary which will be shot in July.
And on the commercial front booked a skincare TV commercial for an innovative anti-aging skin-care product-. .…May is shaping up nicely!
June started with the airing of my episode of Deadline Crime with Tamron Hall, titled “Justice for Jane Doe” at 10pm on Sunday June 1 on ID: Investigation Discovery. I play Teresa the sister of the killer William Hurst.
A film that I appear in as Cathy Mahoney called “The Smiley Face Killers” will be having it’s East coast premiere at The Hoboken International Film Festival on Monday June 2nd at 8pm!
The film won The Los Angeles Thriller Film Festival for Best Documentary last month!!
There will be a film screening of “Yes, Your Tide is Cold and Dark, Sir” to benefit the Lewes Historical Society on Saturday May 31st at 7 pm at the Movies at Midway at Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. The film has played at numerous film festivals including the London International and NOLA film festival in New Orleans and will be released on DVD and in online stores in July 2014. I play Lori Whiles the mother of one of the abducted teens.
Other June projects include a comedic series “Rebuilding Tyrone Smallwood” where I play a psychiatrist .
Later in June we expect the trailer for “Ghost Googles” and further filming of the epic TV series “Sangre Negra” (see separate news items).
And I will be joining the cast of Road Rage for their first table read on June 14th
I have been cast to bring back Ms P Plenty in a one night presentation of “Casey—30 Years Later!” for Backer’s Audition at The Broadway Comedy Club on June 29 and will produce another great episode of Breezin with Bierman on June 27. If Ms P Plenty rocks it like dress rehearsal will be a great time for all!
I’ts official I have been cast as Briana in the bleak comedy Road Rage filming next month and as Mary (Tom’s Mother) in Shadow Slayer another feature length film filming next month!!
The official poster for Chapter 7 of The Bench has been released and I am excited to be representing the film at the Qs and As after its screening at the Art All Night 2014 Film Festival on June 21st in Trenton.
Women’s Playground ( a film where I play the inmate Grace) has been accepted into the Philadelphia International Film Festival, (Philafilm Festival). It will be screened next week, on Thursday, July 17, 2014 at 7:00 PM at The African American Museum. The African American Museum is located at 701 Arch St., Seventh, Philadelphia, PA 19106 (City Center East)
The good folks at NBC Universal have booked me to play the Murderers wife Dottie in episode 213 of I’d Kill For You—-a series running on the ID Channel. Looking forward to Filming on July 16th.
End of July and beginning of August filming three scenes for Road Rage went extremely well
First week of August besides last day of shooting for Road Rage had a featured spot in courtroom scene of House of Cards
….what a well done series. Then last week end put up two scenes in the Playhouse West scene night
….one from Third by Wendy Wasserstein and the other from The Footsteps of Doves by Robert Anderson…..feeling that my scene work there has really benefited me as an actress….so much more focused and in the moment loving it and am pleased to announce that Gratitude has been selected for the Cocoa Beach Film Festival in Florida at the end of August
…this was a short film I had the lead of Gladys and was directed and produced by fellow talent from Playhouse West…..August is a great month to recharge.
Was featured in a PSA video for CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of New Jersey as part of the CASA unselfie challenge coming this Fall
Sept. 5th was a perfect night for a project 21 outdoor shoot. Disconnected was the theme by Una Corda Productions
My film Gratitude has gone international in September as part of the following U.K. Film Festival:
In a barn like setting in Lancaster, Pa I am an English taxi driver narrating an episode of Amish Haunting (with the same name) that will be broadcast in October on Discovery’s Destination America channel—date t be announced soon.
Our feature Swim is coming to New York City on October 7th and Dearborn MI on September 30th. Tickets sale information coming soon!
So happy and excited to announce I have accepted a lead role of the Orphanage Mother in this upcoming Psychological Thriller!!….ALICE will be a moving spine tingling story We will be filming later half of October and beginning of November. See me in the trailer which follows: http://vimeo.com/106215277
The cast from Alice at the table read.
This was the last time on set for PetsCentral Media. I am going to L A end of October to host a pet cooking show for them. Such exciting times. Pets make the best actors always in the moment.
October turns out to be the busiest month this year with filming of three feature length films. I am finishing the film Fortune and Strife where I play Ann Johnson, the headmistress of a parochial school. Then I play the orphanage mother in the psychological thriller Alice and the grandmother in Summer in New York written and directed by Pravin Vat. See film shot below.
And I will be featured in The Smiley Face Killers in NYC oct 18 at 9:30pmat the NYC Indie Film Festival…
https://www.nycindiefilmfest.com/…/search:T/year:2014 and the episode of Amish Haunting where I play the English taxi driver titled Evil Taxi is premiering on October 19 at 9pm on Destination America channel
Wrapped filming on Fortune and Strife where I had the role of head mistress Anne Johnston.
Mrs. Johnston wringing the chancellor’s neck between takes.
Hosted a tour and veterinarian interview at Just Food for Dogs in West Hollywood.
Met with director Frank Pinnock and star of Sangre Negra, Antonio McKay. Goods news – Sangre Negra and ny recurring role of Alexandra Levy will be coming to Dish Network this winter. Stay tuned for more details
Another episode of Rebuilding Tyrone Smallwood was filmed in November. Dr. Buckley was in rare form. And later in November I will be appearing in another independent film titled Beats Per Minute.
End of November
recorded programming for Pets Central Radio with the talented Read Langan and Kurt Tazelaar
Had a photo shoot with TV husband Alfred Mottram of I’d Kill for You at the studio of Lawrence Greenberg (episode airs on Feb. 14)
and was in a poignant, short independent film- Beats Per Minute.
Ghost Goggles Premiere! Hooray Sun, Dec 7th, 12pm-2pm
The premiere will finish with short Q & A with actors.
Location: Downtown Independent, 251 S Main St, LA, CA 90012
Tickets can be bought at the box office booth OR pre-booked at this button:
E.D.N.O.R.A. and Gratitude have both been accepted into the IMA International Film Festival in Thrissur, Kerala, Indai.
In a short film called Sisters with Playhouse West colleagues. I am Janet Thompson, patient advocate from the department of health.
Merry Christmas from Dr. Buckley and everyone at the Rebuilding Tyrone Smallwood series.