June is an actress consistently improving her experiences in film, video, web, theatre, and independent projects. Her unique talents have evolved from life experience, professional training, observation, and collaboration. She believes that all artistry (acting, music, poetry, literature, etc) is created by individuals who have a unique understanding of how meaningful life is and believe in sharing that knowledge with the world. She also enjoys attending pop culture events and anime conventions to gain insight into the expression of personalities that most people hide from the world. And they’re fun.
June prefers to audition with both traditional and unique monologues using emotional elements and unusual genres. She uses a career plan to progress her experience and works toward individualized goals.
She is sometimes credited as June Greyson.
Unique traits: DAI Theatrical broadsword combat, coach for youth acting classes, training instructor, workshop producer & presenter, marketing, POP visual display, graphic designer
Film (short) by Ron Rehana (Drama) Actress
Film (short) by Xia Magnus (Drama) Actress Gia joins her uncompromising mother on a mission to aide her fragile aunt. Their weekend -- and their sanctuary on Round River -- are threatened when Gia is caught in the crosshairs of a deep-seated sibling rivalry.
The Very True Story About What Happened to Your Goldfish
Film (short) by Laurel Cohen (Comedy and Family) Actress A young con-artist tells her classmate a somewhat true story about what happened to his goldfish.
Hamlet: The Series
Television (Drama) Actress A troubled princess become even more troubled when a ghost accuses her uncle of having killed her father. In the process she struggles with issues of love, friendship, life, and death.
Mordy to the Max
Film by Marc Morgan (Comedy and Sport) Actress Mordy Horwich, a high school senior and science prodigy with no athletic ability whatsoever, puts his bright academic future at risk to follow his dream: to play college basketball. He sets forth on a mission to catch the eye of athletic recruiters by becoming a national celebrity. Written by Anonymous
Film (short) by Cyra K. Polizzi (Comedy) Actress