At the end of last year, I worked on another thriller, feature film, Eve of Abduction, playing, Patrice, a fashionista and owner of a hugely successful, design company.  Then, just

BLOG – Bookings, AFI Fest and my Green Card – October/November 2017

October and November were busy with auditions leading to 3 bookings: a feature film, Eve of Abduction, a short film, At The End Of The World and a pilot for

POST – 11/8/16 – the documentary with an ending nobody predicted! – 20 October 2017

I love to see a documentary which takes a turn that the directors weren’t expecting like Joshua Oppenheimer’s, “Act of Killing”.  And when the 18 directors on, “11/8/16”, spent election

BLOG – UK Equity, Avatar and The Opiate Diaries – September 2017

In September, UK Equity and Spotlight visited their members here in LA and threw us a lovely party in the Hollywood Hills. The television and film markets are merging internationally

BLOG – The Great American Eclipse And Court of Appeals – August 2017

Some people in America knew all about The Great American Eclipse and some people knew nothing at all. I was in the first bracket and drove 888 miles to Albany,

BLOG – Green Card, commercials and addicts – July 2017

What a month! I was supposed to be having a break in the UK; attending my Uncle and Aunt’s 60th wedding anniversary and visiting my friend, Michael, in Malta but

BLOG – The Wrong Neighbor, Carol Support Group – June 2017

This is my first blog installment. I’ve already made a couple of posts about two incredible films but now I have to get down to the nitty gritty of properly

POST – Baby Driver – Post 27 June 2017

This is the first time I have been at the cinema when an opening sequence of a film has been given a round of applause.  You don’t have to like

POST – The Little Hours – post 21 June 2017

Nuns behaving badly – a must see comedy feature.  Set in 14th century Italy, it’s a romp like no other.  I laughed in spite of myself.  US release date 30