Annie has acted on both stage and screen, is a professional psychic, a guide to your life path, and she is also a comedian. She often riffs on her own psychic abilities in her comedy by Channeling Mother Mary.
Name: Annie Zimbel
Company: Annie Zimbel A-2-Z
Occupation: Actor and Comedian
Unique traits: Professional Psychic, Actress, Comedian, Guide to your Life Path
Hammered: A True Story
Film by J.L. Sosa (Crime, Drama and Thriller) Actress The year is 1994. 18 year old Taylor Gordon sets out to throw the party of the year. Everyone from school shows up. But it soon becomes clear that Taylor is hiding something. Before the end of the night, his dark secret will be revealed.
Film (short) (Comedy) Actress
Dear White People
Film by Justin Simien (Comedy and Drama) Actress A social satire that follows the stories of four black students at an Ivy League college where controversy breaks out over a popular but offensive black-face party thrown by white students. With tongue planted firmly in cheek, the film explores racial identity in acutely-not-post-racial America while weaving a universal story of forging one's unique path in the world. Written by Anonymous
Film by Narayanan Kartha (Drama and Family) Actress The story happens over a weekend in a mid-western US city. Akhil, Samir, Betty and Vinod are four Indian professionals living in the same house. When Akhil fails to secure a job promotion and Samir gets a traffic ticket, both ascribe it to racism. That night they are challenged by another to look back at their own Indian lives in the backdrop of their racism claims Four lives unravel over a weekend. Their stories entangled in caste-ism, regionalism and maltreatment of women make them realize how it feels like to be on the receiving end of things. They also realize there is an invisible thread that tie them together as Indians above all. Life goes on. FENCES - things that divide us... things that unite us... Written by Anonymous
Not Quite Lyin' Eyes
Film by Doug Phillips (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Actress A nurse provides home care to a disabled Vietnam Vet. Unknown to her, she's part of a con game cooked up by her boyfriend.
Kimera Vol. 1
Television (Thriller) Actress In the unusually whimsical city of Desjardin, Kimera -- along with her troupe of friends -- work to uncover the truth concerning the schemes of a mysterious man, known only as Mr. Porter. Over the course of the season, cleverly named "Kimera Vol. 1", Mr. Porter feeds Kimera what she asks (whether she truly wants to hear it or not), giving her the truth of what happened in the month of January, a few years before she was born. Kimera comes face-to-face with painful truths about her father, her mother, her friends and those around them. Written by Triston M. Milton
A Return to the Narthex
Film by Brian Murnion (Drama) Actress A dramedy about 20-something year-olds turning over the next chapter in their lives and trying to understand the world as they see it. The film follows two friends over the course of a week who experience a series of events that affect their perspective on the world and their relationships with others close to them. Written by Anonymous
The Glass of Demontrachet
Film (short) by Todd Berntson (Drama) Actress A young man returns to his childhood home to seek revenge on a Catholic priest whom he remembers raping him as a child.
Film (short) by Nial Nelson-Hopkins (Sci-Fi) Actress In the year 4011, renowned super criminal 'The Maestro' captures every dog on Earth. This forces spiritual American hero Stone Steel to come out of sabbatical and save the world- one move at a time. Produced as a fictional trailer.
Film (short) by Jimmy Cenci (Drama, Family and Romance) Actress A young professional learns of a shocking secret about his past relationship and proceeds to deal with his thoughts and feelings in the aftermath of life, love and the pursuit of life with happiness.
Film by Elliot Diviney (Comedy, Fantasy, Horror, Music and 1 More) Actress A group of students at a liberal arts college in Minneapolis is faced with expulsion if their final papers in philosophy class are not satisfactory. As a result, the inept group of friends decides to experiment with a series of illicit drugs, in an effort to expand their cognitive horizons and help them better understand some of the mind-bending concepts of the course. Each is taken on a different adventure as the students begin to realize how severely they've underestimated the effects of the drugs. Written by Elliot Diviney
Gods' Green Earth
Film by Scott Seeger (Drama) Actress Caleb Carpenter's life is amiss. His wife left him, his law firm went bankrupt and he hasn't seen his son in years. Slowly Caleb stumbles on the green movement as a way to piece his broken life back together again.