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Review : The Equalizer 2

“Robert McCall serves an unflinching justice for the exploited and oppressed, but how far will he go when that is someone he loves?”

So I literally after this movie was done, waited for the credits to see who made this movie because I was sure it wasn’t the same team from the first movie. 242 more words


I Need to Learn My Lines

I got cast in a play!

I actually thought the audition went pretty well, but I figured I would only get considered for a supporting part due to my age. 342 more words

My Acting Debut on Chesapeake Shores

Back in the late nineties, I moved to Kitsilano and went looking for some fun ‘extra’ background work in movies and TV. I signed up with a casting company in Vancouver, filled in a form and had my head shot taken. 1,169 more words


Guantanamo Bay

I first started my blog (originally titled My European Memoirs) when I was studying abroad in Europe the summer before senior year of college. After a year-long hiatus, I started writing again with my first touring job right after college, changing the focus of the blog to tales of my travels as a touring actor. 1,258 more words


No Bed of Roses: an Autobiography by Joan Fontaine

I was just dying to get my hands on No Bed of Roses, Joan Fontaine’s autobiography. I loved her as the highly expressive “second Mrs. 942 more words

Book Reviews

Torchwood: The Victorian Age, Big Finish

Something magical has happened. After years in a Torchwood-drought, I have discovered Big Finish. Creating original Torchwood audio-stories, the seven plays I’ve heard so far have been fantastic, and an excellent consolation to the lack of Torchwood on TV. 472 more words