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Resume

Height: 5”4

Hair Color: Auburn

Eyes Color: Hazel

Location: New Orleans

Fully Vaccinated

Film
Television

June 24th | Lead | Jennifer Sullivan

Three Girls One Brownie | Lead | Jef Figallo 

Independent | Lead | Cody Bruno

Legends of the Undead | Lead | Curtiss Everitt

Dead of Night | Lead | Curtis Everitt

Pillow Talk | Lead | C.C. Miller

Home for Dinner Lead Alexa Valenti 

A Forgotten Curio Shop | Lead | Dasha Dider 

Ashes to Ashes | Lead | Ashley Landrieu

Life or Death | Lead | Ashley Landrieu 

Quarantraining | Lead | Ashley Landrieu 

Christmas in March | Supporting Lead | Abigail Duhon

Two Seats | Supporting Lead | Spencer Crim

Careful What You Wish For | Supporting | James DuMont

Your Butt Must Die | Supporting | Adrianne Pettway

Marriage Counselor | Supporting | Jef Figallo

Ragged Heart | Supporting | Evan McNary 

Final Exam | Supporting | Miranda Cano

Training & Workshops

High, How Are You? | Series Regular | Ashley Landrieu

The Good Samaritan (Epi.1&2) | Recurring Guest | Adrianne Pettway

Awards

Best Actress | June 24th | Royal Wolf Film Festival

Best Actress |  CareFul What You Wish For | DMOFF

  • Private & On Camera Workouts | James DuMont, CSA Brent Caballero | New Orleans, LA

  • Private and Audition Workshop | Lance Nichols, CSA Matthew Morgan | New Orleans, LA 

  • Acting Intensive | Billy Slaughter, CSA Hunter McHugh | New Orleans, LA

  • The Authentic Actor | Christian Stokes | The Actor's Apothecary

  • Advanced Acting Class & Workshop | Jim Gleason, CSA Erica Arvold | The Working Actor's Studio

  • Theatrical Blank Firearms/Stunts Safety Workshop | Eric & Adrianne Pettway, Joe Perez | Mobile, Alabama

  • LA Stunt Training | Michael R. Long with Nathan Moore, Sarah Ekstrand, and Jeff Mayfield | Buford, GA

  • Consent-Forward Artist Program | Colleen Hughes, Jessica Steinrock, & Elizabeth Jerban | IDC Professionals Zoom

  • Rigging Workshop | Brett Copes, LA Stunts | Buford, GA

  • Acting for Film I & II  | Joe Chrest | Louisiana State University

  • Beginner/Intermediate Stunts | John Zimmerman |  John Zimmerman's Stunt Camp  

  • On Camer Firearms & Tactics | Matt Claton | Atlanta, Georgia

  • Acting for Film | Wanetah Walsmey | New Orleans, LA 

  • Acting III & IV  | George Judy | Louisiana State University

  • Voice I, II, & III  | Stacy Cabaj | LSU

  • Beginning/Intermediate Aerial Silks | Nick Erikson | LSU

  • Acting I & II  | Richard Holden | LSU

  • Scene Study, Acting Technique  | Frank Krueger  | American Academy of Dramatic Arts        

  • Working in Film  | Betty Karlen  | AADA  

  • Audition Technique | Tim Landfield  | AADA

  • Movement I&II  | Mark Knowles | AADA

  • Sitcom | Jen Smolos | AADA

  • Commercial Technique | Joel Brady | AADA                                    

 

Special Skills
  • Graduated Cum Laude from Louisiana State University with a BA in Theatre with a concentration in Performance

  • Fighting for Camera 

  • Hand Pulls

  • Rolls

  • Suicide Fall to 40ft

  • Rappelling to 40ft

  • Low Falls

  • Ratchets

  • Guns:

    • Smith & Wesson 642​

    • Springfield Armory XD 45ACP

    • Glock 17

    • Serbu Super Shortly

    • ABR M16 (Full Auto)

    • Glock 19 9mm,Ruger

    • GP100 .357 magnum

    • S&W Airweight .38 special

    • CZ Scorpion EVO S 2 machine gun 9mm

    • Colt Ar15 semi automatic 5.56

    • M16 Shorty machine gun 5.56

    • 12Ga. Mossberg 580 14” bbl., Ga. Pump shotgun

    • Barrett M107A1 50cal. BMG 10 Shot semi-auto

    • Thermal Optics training exercises

  • Wire Work

  • Fire Burns (Partial and Full Body)

  • Mini Tramp

  • Air Ram

  • Sword Training

  • Vocal Range: Alto

  • Dialects: Country, Dublin

  • United States Passport

  • Certified Lifeguard 

  • Boater's License 

  • Swim:

    • freestyle

    • breast stroke

    • backstroke 

  • Water:

    • ski

    • slalom ski

    • wake board

    • wake surf

  • Horse back riding (western and trail)

  • Aerial Silks (beginner)

  • Snow Ski

Intimacy Professional in Training
Experience

FALLEN ANGEL – INTIMACY COORDINATOR

Dillard University - New Orleans, LA | Nysa Dobson-Muhammad

-Collaborated with the director on camera angles and supported the actress during

intense scenes for her best performance.

SECRETS ON BONNABEL – INTIMACY/STUNT COORDINATOR

Entertainment Goes - New Orleans, LA | Michelle L. Silva & Stevie Cavalier

-Rehearsed choreography for a fight scene (pushing and one punch) and a

kissing scene with alternative plans while considering the director, actors,

and DP.

 

KINGDOM OF EARTH BY TENNESSEE WILLIAMS – INTIMACY DIRECTOR

Tennessee Williams Theatre Co. of New Orleans, LA | Augustin J. Correro

-Respected actors' boundaries while choreographing intimate scenes,

sticking to the director's vision for Chicken, Myrtle, and Lot.

Education

COMPLETION OF LEVELS 1 & 2 OF INTIMACY DIRECTORS AND COORDINATING TRAINING & CONSENT FORWARD ARTIST

Remote | New Orleans, LA | Intimacy Directors and Coordinators

-Utilize appropriate technical language when working with scenes of intimacy

-Engage in context-based boundary conversations with a scene partner or colleague and discuss intimacy on a foundation of narrative text rather than personal experience

-Apply consent-based practices and employ a trauma-informed approach to multiple disciplines to create a culture of consent in the workplace and support sustainability for creatives.

-Analyze intimacy choreography and determine how choreographic choices impact storytelling both on stage and screen-Identify the need of intimate scenes based on the script and context of the production

 

MENTAL HEALTH FIRST AID

Remote | New Orleans, LA | National Council for Mental Wellbeing

-Assess for risk of suicide or harm, listen non judgmentally, give reassurance, encourage appropriate professional help, encourage self-help and other support strategies​

 

ANTI-RACISM TRAINING

Remote | New Orleans, LA | Diversity of Resiliency Institute of El Paso

-Learn about historical events, ideologies, and social structures, and how they inform modern-day beliefs, biases, and perception

-Analyze concepts of racial identity, bias, privilege, and prejudice

-Reflect on own identity, bias, privilege, and prejudice-Identify strategies to engage in difficult conversations

-Reflect on ways to integrate antiracism work into their daily lives

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