Ever since I was a little girl, my grandmother called me a ham because she noticed I liked being around the camera.
I feel that one should find out for themselves what their purpose and goals are and pursue them.
I have the purpose and goal to make it big in the industry to the point where I'm able to impact millions of lives for the better and constantly be creating artistically.
I played the main character, Elizabeth, in the 1959 Pink Cadillac play called Laundry and Bourbon.
I played an angry Vietnam Vet, the voice, news reporter and tour guide lady in the play called Walls.
I most recently worked on the pilot, Truck'd Up, which was directed by David Arquette. I worked background, was in a scene with David, etc.
I've created my own dances and performed them.
I've been in dance competitions in the past, won some and travelled to perform again.
I've played characters in acting classes from a lady who was a total nut job, a sex phone operator, to a very conservative person.
I feel I have good range and can create on many different types of characters.