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Posted on Nov 24 2014 by Lisa
November Q&A Series - Aaralyn Anderson




Aaralyn Anderson is a young actress/model from the New York City area. Her resume includes shoots for OshKosh, Toys R Us, commercials for CHIP and she was recently in an episode of The Haunting Of! To keep up to date make sure to visit her official website, like her page on Facebook and like her management's page too.






1. How did Aaralyn get started in the industry?

When Aaralyn was a baby everyone would stop us and want to look at the baby everywhere we went. I joked about her being a baby model one day online when she was about 9-10 months old and a friend said she should be and referred us to an agent her friend had worked with. I submitted according to her referral and they picked Aaralyn for their roaster immediately and started sending her out on auditions. Her very first audition was for Huggies.


2. What was Aaralyn's day on set for OshKosh like?

The OshKosh shoot was a two day shoot. The first day was at a HUGE estate in Connecticut. That day she got to have a tea party in the garden and played a grand piano in the mansion. She LOVED every bit of that day and made lots of new friends. The next day was in central park. It was a quick shoot with some other new friends. She thought it was so cool to be in a huge RV with tinted windows in the middle of central park with everyone walking by.


3. How did she enjoy filming The Good Wife?

Aaralyn thought shooting The Good Wife was exciting! She was the only child on set. She had a pretend mommy who was silly off set. She had to pretend to be scared and duck from gunfire. She also got to meet Christine Baranski whom she had recognized from How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Ms Baranski was so sweet to Aaralyn.


4. What was the best part about working for Sprout?

The best part of Sprout was playing Duck Duck Chicken with Chica and Hosts Tim and Emily. Aaralyn was excited she got to meet Emily a few weeks before they revealed her on Sprout which was top secret!


5. Do you have a favorite shoot you've done for Toys R Us?

My favorite shoot for Toys R Us was the Princess Sofia Shoot for their Happy Places Campaign. It was so much fun to play in a pretend bedroom and dress up like a Princess. But I really have loved ALL the shoots I have done for TRU


6. How did Aaralyn enjoy filming her CHIP commercial?

The CHIP commercial was a challenge Aaralyn had to keep reaching for the same sippy cup over and over from different angles but she and the crew had a lot of laughs.


7. How did Aaralyn react when she saw her commercial on TV for the first time?

The first time Aaralyn saw herself on TV in her first commercial she was little and was like "hey that’s me" lol but when she saw the CHIP commercial she started screaming "My Commercial My Commercial" every time it would air.


8. What was the experience like filming The Haunting Of?

Filming The Haunting of for Aaralyn was a unique experience. She had to play the spirit of Skylar who was Vince Neil's 4 yr old daughter who passed away from Cancer. She was on a sound stage all by herself with the director and crew taking directions for what they wanted her to say and do. We had no idea how the final would even be until we saw it on TV.


9. Who have been some of her favorite people to work with?

Aaralyn thinks some of the best people to work with have been some of the behind the scenes people on set. A lot of the crew members from hair and makeup to wardrobe to camera have been a lot of fun on almost every job she has done.


10. What has been Aaralyn's favorite project to work on so far?

Aaralyn has a hard time choosing when we ask her, she thinks each has its own fun, experience and memory she treasures.


Is there anything else she would like to add?

Aaralyn would LOVE people to keep up to date with her as she continues her career by Liking her FB Page at www.facebook.com/AaralynAndersonFanPage . She also wants to say that if anyone is looking for an amazing rep or info on the industry they should follow Aaralyn's managers page with is www.facebook.com/CPTalentMGMT


We'd like to thank Aaralyn and her family for participating in our November Q&A series!

(Image by Tricia Messeroux)
Posted on Nov 23 2014 by Lisa
November Q&A Series - Jamie McRae




Jamie McRae is a young actress from the Los Angeles area. Since our Q&A with her last year, Jamie has been busy working on Kiddie Litter, playing Wilbur in a production of Charlotte's Web, and you have likely seen her Eggo commercial on TV! To keep up to date make sure to visit her page on Facebook!







1. What was the best part of filming your Eggo commercial?

The best part of the Eggo commercial was when we were working with the green screen. They actually built a set in front of my eyes! I also ate a lot of Eggo waffles.


2. How did you feel when you found out you got cast as Wilbur in a production of Charlotte's Web?

I felt great that I was cast as Wilbur. I love the story Charlott'es Web, and my favorite animal is a pig! I was very excited to be back on the stage. The rest of the cast was a fantastic support and I became close friends with a lot of them!


3. How did you prepare for your role?

I prepared by rehearing every day. I also watched the behavior of pigs, including their habitat and the way they moved. I watched all of these videos so I could be the best Wilbur that I could be.


4. What was opening night like?

Knowing that the theater was sold out brought the energy of everyone higher. When I walked out on the stage, for the curtain call, I got a standing ovation. I never expected it!


5. How did you enjoy working on Kiddie Litter?

It was wacky all the way. It was a fun experience to have because children aren't known as being raised as cats!


6. What was the experience like doing the Second City pilot reading?

It was really exciting to meet the fun and talented cast. Working with Second City was a blast and I can't wait to go back again.


7. What has been your favorite song that you've done a cover for?

My favorite cover that I have done before must be Good Morning. That is a song from a long time ago, that has so much character. I also like singing songs from the past because people don't usually expect it.


8. How did you feel when you saw your Wii U commercial on television for the first time?

I felt like I had to get one! (A Wii U) Before filming, we were using it for a long time and it was really fun. The cast and crew was so much fun to work with.


9. Who have been some of your favorite people to work with this year?

My favorite people to work with this year would be the cast of Charlotte's Web. I have made really close friends and since then, we all have stayed in touch.


10. What has been your favorite project to work on this year?

I love all of the projects that I am involved with. I have been auditioning a lot and I hope that I will meet another fantastic cast soon!


Is there anything else you would like to add?

This is a quote that Inspires me: Acting isn't abput preteding to be the character, it is about becoming the character


We'd like to thank Jamie for participating in our November Q&A series!

(Image by Aly Blue Photography)
Posted on Nov 23 2014 by Lisa
November Q&A Series - Ella Resnick




Ella Resnick is a young actoress/model from the New York City area. Since our Q&A with her last year she has been busy working for Build-A-Bear Workshop, KidCuteTure, and you likely saw her images all over Party City this Halloween! To keep up to date make sure to visit her official website, and like her management's page on Facebook.







1. What was the experience like filming your Build-A-Bear commercial?

It was so much fun, because I love Build-A-Bear stuff animals anyway.


2. How did you react to seeing it on TV for the first time?

I was so surprised when my Mom and Dad showed it to me.


3. What is your favorite part about working for KidCuteTure?

KidCuteTure is always a fun shoot, the people there are very nice and I get to work with other kids.


4. How did you enjoy your shoot for Keurig?

Keurig was fun, I had fake parents for the shoot.


5. What was it like being on the Rachael Ray Show?

I love Rachel Ray and watching her cook, so when I was asked to be on her show, I was so excited. It was a lot of fun being silly, talking about turkey and Thanksgiving.


6. What was the best part of your Scholastic shoot?

The best part of the Scholastic shoot was working with a bunch of other children I have never worked with before and we actually shot inside a real school.


7. Do you have a favorite costume you shot for Amscan/Party City?

That's a hard question, because I got to shoot so many costumes, I really liked Minnie and of course I loved being Ana from Frozen.


8. What was it like seeing yourself in signs all over Party City?

I couldn't believe how many times I saw myself in many different costumes, it was so exciting!


9. Who have been some of your favorite people to work with this year?

The people at Party City are really nice and I liked working with them a lot. I also liked working with Olivia, the chocolate lab for the shoot I just did.


10. What has been your favorite project to work on this year?

I really like shooting for Nautica, that's always a fun day and I enjoyed shooting the Build-A-Bear Commercial too.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

I just started 2nd grade, I really like my teacher and I have a lot of friends in my class. I've also been very involved in USA G gymnastics and I am looking forward to our 8 competitions we have coming up from November to February. I really love gymnastics. I would love to have a modeling shoot where I can use my gymnastics skills. That would be cool!


We'd like to thank Ella for participating in our November Q&A series!

(Image by Olesja Mueller)
Posted on Nov 23 2014 by Lisa
November Q&A Series - Carly Paige




Carly Paige is a young actress/model from the New York City area. She can currently be seen for Company Kids, LittleMissMatched, and her commercial for Lee Jeans is airing on TV! To keep up to date make sure to visit her official website, like her page on Facebook, and visit her manager's page too!







1. How did you get started in the industry?

My Mom submitted to an agency and they selected me!


2. What was your first booking? What was it like being on set for the first time?

Laura Ashley shoes. It was fun. Loved getting my hair and makeup done!!


3. How did you enjoy shooting for LittleMissMatched?

I loved LMM. The stylist was so fun to work with. This was one of my favorite shoots ever!


4. Do you have a favorite Hanna Andersson shoot that you've done?

They all were great!


5. What is the best part about working for H&M?

Being on location at a park in Brooklyn. Location shoots are fun.


6. How did you feel when you saw yourself on the cover of Parents Magazine?

Soo happy...I freaked out!!!


7. What was the experience like working for J.Crew?

Fun. I loved the photographer, and especially I loved shooting in the Bahamas.


8. What is the best part about shooting for Ruum?

Getting to work with Anna Palma, the photographer and all my model friends. I love their clothes!


9. Who have been some of your favorite people to work with?

Colette my manager. I know she works really hard for me. All my model friends and Mary Kate the photographer.


10. What has been your favorite project to work on so far?

Shooting for J.Crew in the Bahamas.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

Thank you for interviewing me and the opportunity


We'd like to thank Carly for participating in our November Q&A series!

(Image by MKG Photography)
Posted on Nov 22 2014 by Lisa
November Q&A Series - Athan and Christian Stamis




Athan and Christian Stamis are young models from the New York area. If you've set foot in a GAP Kids store this holiday season you have likely see the boys photos up, and you may recognize Athan from his cover for Vogue Bambini! To keep up to date make sure to visit our page on Facebook.








1. How did you get started in the industry?

Athan: I got started in the industry when my mom entered me in a magazine photo contest and I won. From there I decided I would like to model so my mom signed me with an agency.


2. What were your first bookings?

My first two booking were Gap Jack and Kate Spade Kids for Gap/Holiday campaign and Vogue Bambini.


3. Athan, how did you enjoy shooting for Vogue Bambini?

Working for Vogue Bambini was great! The clothes were Armani and they were awesome. Working with photographer Stefano Azario was amazing! He is really nice and he makes you laugh and feel comfortable.


4. How did you react when you saw yourself on the cover for the first time?

When I saw myself on the cover for the first time I was really surprised and excited for other people to see it.


5. Christian, what was the best part of shooting the GAP holiday campaign?

The best part of working on the Gap Campaign was meeting some new friends and the toys they had there to play with. I loved the train set and this really cool toy that one of the wranglers let me play with. I also like Stefano Azzario because he made me laugh.


6. How do you prepare for an audition?

Athan: I just act like myself. Stay calm and know if I do my best then that's the best I can do.


7. Athan, what was your favorite part of shooting for Poster Star Child?

The best part about shooting Poster Child style was being in Central Park. There are so many things to see there. There was even a man standing in the water fountain cleaning himself. Amy cannon the photographer was excellent also.


8. Christian, if you could work on any project what would it be?

I would like to work on Toys r Us again because they have great toys to play with on set.


9. Who have been some of your favorite people to work with?

Athan: My favorite people to work with are ...photographer Stefano Azario... photographer Amy Cannon...photographer Nathan Rocky... and David the store specialist from Gap 34th NYC.


10. What has been your favorite project to work on so far?

The Gap was my favorite project. the clothes are cool and comfy the photographer Stefano Azario is the best the food they serve rocks and I get to see pictures of myself in the store. Everyone involved with the Gap is awesome.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

I am really having fun in this business. I get to meet new friends learn new things and I even got to sign my autograph the other day at Gap 34th in NYC for The Jack and Kate Spade for Kids Gap launch party!


We'd like to thank Athan and Christian for participating in our November Q&A series!

(Image by Lily Koz Photography)
Posted on Nov 22 2014 by Lisa
November Q&A Series - Laney Rossell




Laney Rossell is a young actress/model from the NYC area. Since our Q&A with her last year she has been busy working for Babiekins Magazine, Vogue Bambini, was seen in the premiere episode of Believe, and more! To keep up to date make sure to visit our Facebook!








1. What was your shoot for Fleurisse & Leon like?

It was fun wearing pretty dresses and shooting with my brother.


2. What was the best part about shooting for Vogue Bambini?

We got to dance around the ballroom.


3. How did you react when you saw yourself in the premiere episode of Believe?

I was really happy because I got to see myself on tv.


4. What was it like shooting for David's Bridal?

There was a goat that I got pet. It was fun!!


5. Do you have a favorite shoot you've done for Amour Bows?

I like them all. The designer Malky is really sweet!


6. How cool was it to be in a print issue of Babiekins Magazine?

I love seeing the pictures. The floating pineapple in the pool was silly. Zoe is really fun!


7. What was your shoot for Springfield Mall like?

The best part was getting to play with all the pasta but my arm because I had to hold the pasta so long.


8. What is the best part about being involved in East Coast Starz?

I get to rock the runway and wear cool clothes.


9. Who have been some of your favorite people to work with this year?

I really like everybody but I just did an editorial with one of my favorite photographers Brett Martelli and I got to shoot with my friends Caroline and Emma. I love shooting with friends.


10. What has been your favorite project to work on this year?

Shooting water slides for toys r us was the best!! I loved going down the water slides!!


Is there anything else you would like to add?

I love my family, friends, teachers and awesome agents at Click Philly, CESD and MZ for all their support!!


We'd like to thank Laney for participating in our November Q&A series!

(Image by LeRed)
Posted on Nov 21 2014 by Lisa
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November Q&A Series - Ava Elizabeth




Ava Elizabeth is a young actress/model from the NYC area. You may recognize her from her work for McCall's Patterns, PNC Bank, Sprout, and more! To keep up to date on Ava make sure to visit her management's page on Facebook.









1. How did you get started in the industry?

I started in the modeling industry with my parents posting a picture on the Cute Kid website, then joining the VIP Kids Club and getting selected for a small Fashion Show for a NY Mom's World Convention. After that, I attending a casting call for Petite Parade in collaboration with Vogue Bambini and was selected to walk the runway for Target. After that, I met with several modeling agencies and managers and decided to sign with Colette Palmerio at CP Talent as my manager.


2. What was your first booking? How did you feel going to set for the first time?

My first booking was the Petite Parade Fashion show in March 2013. At first I was nervous with how many kids there were, but then it so much fun being backstage and meeting all the other models.


3. How did you enjoy shooting for McCall's Patterns?

I really enjoyed shooting with McCall's Patterns. They are always very professional to work with and have such great styles every time I get to see them.


4. What was the experience like filming your Hitachi commercial?

The Hitachi commercial was quite an experience being on my first commercial set. There are so many people involved in the shooting and preparations, but it was really great getting to be in front of the video camera and filming the scenes over and over. Everyone on the set was so friendly and it was the first time I had a pretend family of my own.


5. How did you react when you saw it for the first time?

I screamed!!!!! Then I watched it about 50 times in a row...partly cause I wanted to, but mostly cause my parents wanted to...


6. What was the best part of working for PNC Bank?

The PNC Bank shoot was great because it was the first shoot I went to that had a trailer and a crew, with catering. But the best part was that it was filmed in an old church that had a playroom full of toys that I was able to play with while waiting for them to call me in for the shoot.


7. Do you have a favorite moment from Petite Parade?

Nothing beats hanging backstage with all of the kids to play then being able to get your hair and make up done by the professionals!!! I loved being pampered there!! And also, I met Bull's Eye, he is the Target Mascot.


8. What was it like filming your Samsung commercial?

The Samsung commercial was very interesting. My role was to act like a confused child, and since no one was speaking English, it was very easy. The rest of the cast was really nice and fun to shoot with.


9. Who have been some of your favorite people to work with?

I always enjoy going in to see James at McCall's Patterns, as we've been in to see him quite a few times. Also working on the special projects with Stacey Fitzgerald at East Coast Starz is always such a treat!! She always styles us in the greatest outfits and her kids are so much fun to be around. And of course, I can thank Colette at CP Talent enough for all of the guidance throughout my career so far.


10. What has been your favorite project to work on so far?

My favorite project has to be the Hitachi Commercial. I feel so honored to have been part of that great experience. From all of the different sets, directors, assistant directors, hair and makeup and stylists...everyone did their best to keep me happy and smiling, even though we had to work for several hours each day. I loved having the 'new' family cause we all got along great and were really able to get to know each other whenever we weren't shooting. It was truly a great experience and one that I will remember forever.


We'd like to thank Ava for participating in our November Q&A series!

(Image by iStyle Photography)
Posted on Nov 21 2014 by Lisa
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November Q&A Series - Belle Smith



Belle Smith is a young actress/model from the New York City area. She has been seen for companies such as Gil & Jas, Toys R Us, and has been busy working on projects such as the Untitled HBO/Rock 'N' Roll Project and multiple films. To keep up to date make sure to keep checking back on Facebook!







1. How did Belle get started in the business?

It all started just for fun. Belle's picture was submitted to Cute Kid who sent her to an audition where we meet other model moms who introduced us to Munchkin Stars Management.


2. What was Belle's first booking?

Belle's very first booking was for Toys R Us. She had so much fun riding the toy car at the shoot that she didn't want to leave.


3. How did Belle enjoy shooting for Boscovs?

Belle enjoyed the Boscov's shoot, it was fast and easy. The crew were very nice and friendly.


4. What was the best part of working for Gil & Jas?

Belle got to wear their clothes during the shoot and brought some home. Gil & Jas designer/owner is a talented and smart man and is now like family to us.


5. What was her experience like working on the Untitled HBO/Rock 'N' Roll Project?

It was a very memorable and fun experience not only for Belle, but for the whole family. Belle and Mommy walked into this big house without much knowledge about the movie that was filming since Belle was only an extra. We were greeted by producers and was ushered to a living room where the main characters and Director Martin Scrocece were filming. Belle was given instructions by the director what to do, she acted it out and they started filming her. Belle walked in the set as an extra and ended up getting a principal role. She was treated very nicely by everyone from the director to the production staff. She was given her own dressing room, and got to hang out with the big stars and was able to meet the producer Mick Jagger. The whole family were also treated well and were accommodated to stay with Belle the entire filming days.


6. How did she enjoy doing an editorial shoot with Olesja Mueller?

Belle loves Olesja. She had a great time during the shoot. It was playtime for her since lots of her model friends were there. And Olesja is amazing and takes beautiful pictures!


7. What is the best part about taking part in the East Coast Starz events?

According to Belle, her favorite part is walking in the runway and when she gets the crown and her swag bag. Meeting old friends and making new ones. To sum it up, East Coast Starz provides the opportunity for kids to have fun and gain confidence.


8. What was Belle's time on set like for filming Stuck?

It was great! Everyone was friendly and accommodating. We made friends with other child actors and their moms and are still in contact with them. The kids bonded well, they were laughing, joking and just had fun together before and after their shoot. It was all fun and play for Belle and didn't realize she's working.


9. Who have been some of her favorite people to work with?

Everyone she worked with is special to Belle but according to her she would love to work again with Bobby Cannavale and Olivia Wilde.


10. What has been Belle's favorite project to work on so far?

The HBO Untitled Rock and Roll Project .


Is there anything else you would like to add?

Belle had finished filming other movies like Brandon, Freeheld, Ricki and the Flash and she is preparing to film an NYU Student film this month. She also booked Care Bear commercial and PACE University Industrial. So far it's been a great run and Belle just hope to continue to have fun. :)


We'd like to thank Belle and her family for participating in our November Q&A series!


(Image by Olesja Mueller)
Posted on Nov 16 2014 by Lisa
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November Q&A Series - Evan, Joanna and Landan Riddell



Evan, Joanna, and Landan are young actors/models from the NYC area. They have been busy working for companies such as McCalls, Toys R Us, and Whitlow and Hawkins, you may also recognize them from their national Verizon commercial that aired this year! To keep up to date make sure to like their pages on Facebook: Evan, Joanna, Landan







1. How did the kids get started in the industry?

It was always a dream of my husband and mine to get our kids into the industry. We had no clue how to do it. From the time each were born, we were constantly stopped by strangers wherever we were, as well as told by family and friends, how incredibly good looking our kids were and that they should model. Finally, thanks to Facebook, we got a lead. A good friend that my husband worked with happened to click "like" on her niece's posting from her manager about the job she booked. Since she clicked "like" it showed on my newsfeed. I immediately clicked that manager's page reading to see what I could find and ironically she was having an Open Call a week from when I found her site. We went & met Colette Palmerio of CP Talent Management on November 10, 2012. I love that story and I love how life brings you what you are looking for.


2. Evan and Joanna, what is the best part of working for Toys R Us?

Joanna - The best part of working for TRU was when we had fun at the playground for the Halloween shoot. I met new friends, we played with a stuffed Geoffrey, we laughed, and ran around. We even got to eat candy!

Evan - Getting on the cover of what toy it is. I like to see myself on things.


3. Landan, what was the experience like shooting your Family Camping ad?

I liked the house. The house was ginormous, I LOVED it! They gave us pizza. I LOVED it! We went in a tent & played with flash lights. They had stuffed animals. I liked them a lot. Mine was a lion. I named him Lie Lie. My sister had a dog. She named it Blueberry.


4. Joanna, do you have a favorite part about working for Vida Shoes?

I love working for Vida Shoes. I like wearing new shoes. I like to see what they look like. I dance around in them. Some are fluffy and cuddly. I love laughing with Tony, arm wrestling him, and eating twizzlers there! He even gave me new shoes to keep!


5. How did you all enjoy working together for your Verizon commercial?

Joanna - I liked the part being together on the couch with my brothers. We laughed a lot. We had a blast. The most fun part was when we got picked! I liked being filmed for a part in a car. I met new people. They were very nice. Working with my brothers was a good time.

Landan - I liked when we were all on the couch & got to say "One More Time, One More Time!" I liked playing a tablet in a closet. My best was "Krafty" & dressing up in green footies.

{Krafty is the name everyone on set calls Kraft Service}

Evan - I liked seeing my brother and sister in the room with me. It made me feel happy. We got to jump on the couch and yell! We yelled, "One More Time!"


6. Joanna, what was the best part about working for McCall's Patterns?

I liked getting my hair curled and jumping on set. The photographer had me jump like I do in cheering and it made me laugh.


7. Landan and Evan, how did you enjoy shooting for Whitlow and Hawkins?

Landan - I liked when I pretended to be surprised. I do like to dress up and get my picture taken.

Evan - I like to try on clothes. I got to wear a fedora. I met a nice girl on set.


8. Evan, how did you feel seeing yourself on a toy box at Toys R Us for the first time?

I felt so glad because I've never seen myself on a box before. It was amazing!


9. Who have been some of your favorite people to work with?

Joanna - Tony from Vida Shoes is my favorite. I like him because he is funny about arm wrestling and every time he tries to win in arm wrestling I win! We eat healthy stuff and every time I win he says what do you feed this kid! That makes me happy.

Landan - I like the "judges" the best from the Verizon Commercial. Greg the Egg {producer Greg who ran the camera introduced himself to the kids that way so they wouldn't forget his name} was nice and funny! He gave me the two fingers {flashed the peace sign} at lunch!

{ The kids referred to the producers as the judges - they were all along the wall in the back at their second audition. The kids referred to them as such on set too. The producers really got a kick out of it.}

Evan - the best so far was "Greg the Egg" from the Verizon shoot because he was funny and he joked a bit.


10. What has been your favorite project to work on so far?

Joanna - Hmmmm, so much I like. I like all of them so far and I keep on wishing that I always get picked because everyone is so nice to me.

Landan - I liked sitting in the tent with that pizza! {the Lifestyles Camping Shoot}

Evan - The Verizon commercial because I loved when I went to school and my friends kept telling me, "Hi Evan, how are you doing? I saw you on tv."


Is there anything else you would like to add?

Joanna - I do want to say that every time when I walk in an audition, I feel like a movie star.

Landan - nah

Evan - It would be great if I could be on a video game set!


We'd like to thank Evan, Joanna, and Landan for participating in our November Q&A series!

(Image by Joannalee Photogrpahy)
Posted on Nov 16 2014 by Lisa
November Q&A Series - Lolly




Lolly is a young actress/model from the New York City area. Lolly has been seen for Nick Jr, Target, Time Out Kids Magazine, and more! To keep up to date make sure to keep checking back at our Facebook account!









1. How did you get started in the industry?

When I was 3 years old Mommy's Musician friend recommended me to someone in the business. We gave it a try...It was fun- so we kept on going...


2. What was your first booking? How did you feel going on set for this first time?

My first booking was Nickelodeon (Nick Jr). I was in a commercial - it was so much fun. I got to make cupcakes with a chef. I was so excited to just be on camera -and later see my self on TV (it was so funny!!) It always made me giggle to see myself.


3. What was your favorite part of working for Time Out Kids?

My favorite part about working for Time Out NY Kids was hanging out with my new friends. Everyone was so much fun and really into having a good time. We were all professional on set - but knew how to have fun at the same time. Our location was the Brooklyn Bridge- it was freezing cold- and super windy. It was crazy with the balloons flying into the bike riders that passed by. It was cool!


4. How did you enjoy shooting for RAWR Magazine?

The RAWR Magazine shoot was a fun time- I was with my friends throwing glitter , eating candy and dressing up like a royal princess. AWESOME!


5. Do you have a favorite moment from petitePARADE?

I do have a very favorite moment from the Petite Parade Vogue Bambini Runway Shows, EATING CUPCAKES! Girls gotta eat! Models are healthy and watch what they eat- but they can also enjoy the best in life (cupcakes). Walking the runway was super fabulous- the "lights, camera, action" life style is really in your face at this show. I love my runway!


6. What is the best part about working for KidCuteTure?

KidCuteTure is always a energetic and happy shoot. The photographer is into working with the kids. We are always joking and laughing and jumping and having a great time. I love their designs too- fun wearable. They are very nice people to shoot for.


7. How did you feel when you saw yourself in the Target circular this year?

I took a few selfies with my target circular... I'm usually not that into seeing myself in print. Its kind of odd to see yourself... (giggle) This was cool because my mom and I are always in Target stores getting something. Mom says we go in for one thing- and come out with a million other things!!


8. What was your favorite part of your Garden State Discovery Museum shoot?

Doing the Garden State Museum shoot was just playful and free. It was like a birthday bash and christmas on a shoot. I was with my model friend Katie and my little brother Zander (new to modeling). We were having a ball - and then after it was over we went to the gift shop . I LOVE TO SHOP!


9. Who have been some of your favorite people to work with?

I have a few favorite people I have really liked working with: One is Julia P. (Parsons runway show designer) she inspired me to be a fashion designer. I also love her pink hair. She is not afraid to be unique - a lot like me. Julia is kind, creative and determined.


10. What has been your favorite project to work on so far?

My most favorite project so far was Parsons School of Design Runway Show. It was with the "Big Models" (adults). It was so intense to walk along that enormous runway. It was beyond gorgeous! There were two shows with many designers. I was so in Love with runway after this... I felt like I was walking on air. I was treated very well- and will always remember that experience.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

I am thankful you chose me to write about- I really do love performing . I am a ballet dancer and very focused on this too. I look forward to seeing where my future takes me. I think I will continue to be a great student and hope for the best in the biz as well.


We'd like to thank Lolly for participating in our November Q&A series!

(Image by Amy Cannon)
Posted on Nov 15 2014 by Lisa
November Q&A Series - Aaron and Kayla Ferguson




Aaron and Kayla Ferguson are young models from the New York City area. You may have seen Aaron on his product packaging for Toys R Us products, Kayla on the cover of the novel A Family For Maddie, and if you're in the PA area you may have seen their shoot for the Garden State Discovery Museum! To keep up to date make sure to like their management's page on Facebook!






1. How did you get started in the industry?

Kayla - We saw my friend in a Target ad and my mommy called her mommy and asked how she did that...and we went to the open call and Ms. Colette loved us!


2. Kayla, what is your favorite part about working for Vida Shoes?

I like trying on different kinds of shoes and walking around in them.


3. Aaron, how did you feel seeing yourself on a toy box at Toys R Us?

I feel, like, happy about it and that I did it and I'm just HAPPY! It's really cool to see myself in my favorite store!


4. Kayla, how did you enjoy shooting your cover for the novel A Family for Maddie?

I was able to dress up like a little Indian girl and model with this really pretty lady...she looked so pretty in her dress...I had such a great time!


5. What was the best part of working for the Garden State Discovery Museum?

Kayla - The best part was when I make new friends and dressed up like a princess; especially my friend Mia because she was dressed like Elsa and I was dressed like Anna...I felt like we were sisters.

Aaron - My best part was when the guy put bubble mixture all over me and I was covered in bubbles. My other favorite part was smashing the blocks with my Hulk fists!


6. Kayla, how did you enjoy shooting for Toys R Us?

Oh! I felt soooo happy and it was so much fun! I love getting my hair and make up done and playing with the toys on set.


7. If you could work on any project what would it be?

Kayla - It would be....well, if they called me to wear an Elsa and Anna dress and I would get my hair and make up done and buy new shoes to wear.

Aaron - Wow, that a hard one...oh, I got it! I would love to model with a Nintendo 3DS XL or an iPhone.


8. Kayla, how did you enjoy your McCall's Patterns shoot?

That was fantastic! I loved trying on different clothes. The people there played "Let It Go" and let me sing and dance while they took pictures...it was so cool!


9. Who have been some of your favorite people to work with?

Toys R Us has been the best! The little doggie, Sadie is so much fun to play with while we wait for our pictures to be taken!


10. What has been your favorite project to work on so far?

Kayla - My favorite project was modeling with the doll head because she looked just like me!

Aaron - All of them!


Is there anything else you would like to add?

Kayla - I want to say thank you Ms. Colette!

Aaron - Yes, I want to say that too...Ms. Colette is awesome!


We'd like to thank Aaron and Kayla for participating in our November Q&A series!
Posted on Nov 15 2014 by Lisa
Toho Kingdom Interview
Chris Mirjahangir: The following is an exclusive interview with Kathy Bolde, mother of Carson Bolde who played Sam Brody in the Godzilla 2014 film which takes us inside not only the casting process but filming and the premiere as well!

Now first question - When did Carson start acting and how old was he? What was his first role?

Kathy Bolde: Carson has an older sister who was already acting when he was born. When his sister's agent heard Carson was born she found him a job looking for a newborn so he started "acting" when he was less than a month old.

His first job was playing Baby Travis in Hallmark's Love Finds A Home. He continued to act and as he got older was able to communicate to us that he loved it. Otherwise, we would have stopped. We try to keep it fun and balance acting with other activities like church, school, sports and play dates.

To continue reading the Toho Kingdom interview please click here
Posted on Nov 12 2014 by Lisa
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