Yoko Ono catapulted to fame as the wife of John Lennon. For many, she also bares responsibility for the breakup of the most beloved band ever, The Beetles. But, to at least one – she became an inspiration.
Actress ANZU LAWSON reveals how this iconic Japanese-American influenced her own journey of self-discovery in the new one-woman show “DEAR YOKO.” Based on her life, Anzu weaves together a tale spanning years of domestic violence, suicidal ideations, drug addiction and sexual harassment.
Anzu premiered "Dear Yoko" at the Hollywood Fringe Festival in September and will take it to the Binge...
Some actors play the same type of character in similar feeling projects over and over again. How boring, right?!
Well, actress Georgia Winters doesn’t seem to have that problem. The French and British bilingual actress has been showcasing her talents with global audiences in a variety of ways.
Currently, Georgia can be heard belting out a song as the Mother of Dragons in the series "Game of Thrones Animated"; sharing new age wisdom on the film festival circuit in the absurd Hollywood satire "Liars & Cheats"; and coming soon in a hush-hush role as part of the dark psychological indie thriller...
It’s not always easy to get your message across without saying a word. But, that’s what actress Marie Stark does in the new indie short film “Dream.”
This sci-fi silent film comes from writer-director Caiden Reed and was produced by Emmy-winning casting director Robi Reed along with Doran Reed. It tells an origin story of a young man who gains superpowers after a bizarre accident. Marie portrays his love interest, desperate to reunite after the accident and unaware that unforeseen forces are working to keep them apart.
A Texas native, Marie first started performing at Town and Country...
What do a devious girlfriend, eccentric party girl and a ditsy little pixie-like creature all have in common? They are all character’s Australian actress Jessica Dowdeswell is bringing to life on-screen in America.
Originally from the Gold Coast, Jessica got her first taste for acting recurring in the Jessica Alba lead TV series, “Flipper.” She went on to shine being named Miss Australia 2014-15 Queen of the Universe before making her way to Hollywood. Her credits also include indie films “Chastity Bites,” “Mr. Jones” and the TV movie “Malibu Shark Attack.”