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I'm a LA based actor and your new favorite reader originally from Tennessee. I graduated from the University of TN and have a background in script analysis, character development, commercial acting, sketch comedy, and improv. Currently you can find me at Playhouse West. If you need that funny for your comedy audition let me help you reach that energy, but if you need that drama we can do the Denzel tear energy. LOL Let me know if there is anything specific as well such as understanding pacing, breaking down and understanding what is happening in the scene, auditioning for a specific medium such as single cam comedy versus multi cam.
I've also been on the other side of the camera as a casting assistant, script supervisor, and most recently CCO and I'm extremely thankful for those opportunities because it helped me improve as an actor and connect with my fellow entertainers. So don't be shy, go ahead and click that button and let me be your reader.
Venmo - JasmineReid03
I'm a LA based actor originally from Tennessee. I graduated from the University of TN. I started with an emphasize on drama, but as I continued acting I found that I loved comedy and had a natural knack for it. As most actors, I can do both, but comedy is so freeing. I'm improv trained, currently write, film, and edit my own sketch comedy with original characters and have had the opportunity to work with some great coaches commercially and theatrically. Most recently that includes working with Christine Horn in her "Book More TV" course as well as working with Amy Lyndon. I've also worked with Eljae Brown commercially in her Kickstarter for acting program which resulted in multiple auditions in which four turned to callbacks, three avails, and finally one booked commercial -- still waiting to hear back for the other two avails. I've also been on the side of the camera as a casting assistant, producer, and script supervisor and am extremely thankful for those opportunities because it helped me improv as an actor myself and it definitely gives you the whole perspective of what goes into making a movie or TV show.