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I have been acting in the LA area since 2013. I have studied Meisner, Stanislavski, and Adler and have enjoyed studying with Kimberly Jentzen, Kimberly Crandall, Gunnar Rohrbacher, and am now studying under Judy Kain and Stacy Edwards. I spent most of the last 7 years in the indie market but am making the transition into more mainstream tv and film.
Let's see..... what else?
I am a huge film and tv nerd and will happily take all the time you need to go over an audition or chat about your character to get to the heart of a scene.
If you need a quick run-through, I'm here for that too.
I'm well-versed in improv, a bit heavy on the comedic side, but I love drama and, like any funny person, am always crying on the inside. Kidding! Mostly.
In all seriousness, I want you to be as prepped as possible so that you can give your absolute best in your audition or on set, and I will do everything I can to help make that happen. Let's book it baby!
If I'm not online and you want to schedule something please reach out via Instagram or email me to set something up.
All of my socials are: @ohthatdarcey
Darcey Rhoads was born in Missouri but grew up in Texas. Most of her younger days were spent as a classical musician by day and avid movie watcher by night. After years of trying to be a dutiful daughter, she ditched her French horn and moved to Los Angeles to pursue acting. She lived briefly in a hotel but managed to land her first indie film role two weeks after arriving in LA. She has appeared in numerous indie films, short films, a tv show here and there and created a lot of her own content with her group Mixed Nuts over the past 7 years. They are now writing a feature film together and prepping to collaborate with another production company - so things are happening for the merry trio!
She also often participates in a virtual table read group called Flip the Script! on Zoom to amuse audiences in quarantine and has a horror film in post-production done in isolation by each of the cast in their homes - between virtual general meetings and self-tapes, of course.
She often daydreams about getting a 1-2-1 with Sophie Holland and Lauren Hissrich and convincing them that a female dwarf on The Witcher needs to happen, and it has to be her because she can already throw axes double-handed. After all, she is kind of a big de...nerd; she's kind of a big nerd.