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21 Days 'Til Christmas!




Liam Dow played the role of Bobbie on Days of Our Lives this year. He has also been seen on OMG!, Idiottest, and more. To keep up to date make sure to visit his official website, like his page on Facebook, and follow him on Twitter and Instagram.








1. How did you get started acting?

I never really started acting, I more so fell into acting. When I was around 3 my sister and brother would have me be in the community theatre shows they were in and I kept doing that, being in such shows as "The Wizard of Oz", "Schooled", and "The Little Mermaid" until around 3 years ago, when I asked if we could go to California to pursue acting at a higher level and that's when all this had begun.


2. What was your first booking?

The first show I was ever in was called "Children of Eden", where I played small roles like a spider, turtle, and a small towns kid. But the first show I was in when I moved to L.A. was OMG's "Just Jacque" where I played Steve.


3. What is the best part of auditioning?

The feeling you get about being on the show or movie. You are walking into a room where you show these people who you are and how much you want to be an actor. You get to become someone different who you probably would have never thought of being whether it's a drama or a comedy, you become someone new.


4. How did filming Idiotest compare to filming a scripted series?

I really enjoyed "Idiot Test", but over all I have much more fun with scripted series because on "Idiot Test", if you say something it's in the episode, nothing you can do about it, but on scripted series if you mess up you can retake it, have another chance to do what you feel, what wanted to do.


5. What was it like filming for OMG!?

It was lot of fun, I really enjoyed how high energy it was and all the people I meet got meet were amazing. One of my favorite parts about filming was talking with the director.


6. What is the most challenging part of doing live theatre?

Not messing up.


7. How long do you typically rehearse for a show before opening night?

It really depends on how long it is. A short show can take 3-4 weeks while a longer show can take a couple months. Normally 4-8 hours a day.


8. What was your experience like working on Days of Our Lives?

It was very interesting. The moment the director yelled action you could really feel the room stand still and you could tell the tension was high. I really got into the scene and before I new it, it was done.


9. What was it like filming with Kyler Pettis?

He was an awesome guy. He was very friendly and is a really good actor. I was really glad I got to meet him!


10. Do you have a favorite project you've gotten to work on this year?

Definitely "Days of Our Lives", had been wanting a more dramatic role and when I was finally there I was just having so much fun. I felt like my first real experience on a set.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

Come see me on December 7th at House of Secrets 1930 W Olive Ave, Burbank, CA 91506 from 4 to 6, where I will be signing a comic book I wrote and created called "The Adventures of The Gray Hat Hacker!" More information is at www.thegrayhathacker.com!


We'd like to thank Liam for participating in our Holiday Q&A Event!

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Posted on Dec 04 2016 by Lisa
22 Days 'Til Christmas!




Devin Weaver is the older sister of TK Weaver from General Hospital. She can currently be seen in a commercial for Spinmaster's Brightlings toys and keep an eye out for her Hasbro displays in Toys R Us stores! To keep up to date make sure to follow her on Instagram.







1. How did you get started acting?

When I was 5 I told my parents that I wanted to be in acting classes. I never wanted to stop them so I got an agent and have been auditioning for about a year and a half.


2. What was your shoot for your Hasbro commercial like?

It was a lot of fun. They loved my moves on the bed so I was given the comedic part of the commercial. There was supposed to be more stuff but we ran out of time since we filmed last that day. :)


3. How did you react seeing it air on TV for the first time?

I was super excited! It took about 6 months to air so I wasn't sure if/when it might finally air.


4. What has it been like seeing your photo used on Hasbro displays in stores?

It's been the best! Friends from all over the US have spotted my picture. I got lucky they have used my picture so much.


5. What was your time on set like filming for your Spinmaster commercial?

This one was fun too. We really had a good time. Jordan Barker the director was super nice and fun to work with. Plus it's always fun filming with new and old friends.


6. Do you have a favorite part of auditioning?

Well you never know what to expect in an audition. My favorite auditions are the ones where I am allowed to dance. Those are the most fun!


7. What was the experience like filming your Barbie demo video?

That director was super nice too. Olivier at Mattel is one of my favs. I liked doing that one because I was doing it on my own so it was all on me. The crew was super cute. We all danced on set the whole time. Plus I absolutely LOVE Barbie!!


8. Have you gone to the GH studio with TK? If so, what was it like?

I went when he auditioned but that was in the offices above. I did go one other time when he had a fitting and from what I saw it was kind of like a real hospital only the rooms were used for different things. It was cool to see.


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

I have my favorite directors and friends to work with but I usually make friends pretty easily on sets. I really like the people at Mattel and Spin Master. They are all super nice and positive.


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

This is a tough question. I'm going to say the Spin Master Brightlings because I was selling this doll since the Sizzle Reel so I really hoped it did well. Also Hasbro using my face so often with different games and on their websites has been super flattering so that is a close second.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

Thanks for asking! Look for me in an upcoming Spin Master Chubby Puppies commercial and some more little commercials/projects soon!!


We'd like to thank Devin for participating in our Holiday Q&A Event!

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Posted on Dec 03 2016 by Lisa
23 Days 'Til Christmas!




Siena Corrgain worked on a season two episode of The Jim Gaffigan Show. She has shot for Dutch Wonderland, Sam's Club, and more. To keep up to date make sure to keep checking back here at the site.








1. What was the experience like working on Red Oaks?

Fun, crazy and I loved my outfit from the 1980's. It was kind of cool to feel what they felt like.


2. What was your commercial shoot for Hot Pocket like?

I loved wearing the oven mitts!


3. Do you have a favorite part of auditioning?

When you know they like me!


4. What was the best part of shooting for Dutch Wonderland?

The water rides!


5. What was your time on set like working on your Sam's Club commercial?

It was fun! I met my fake brother...he was nice!


6. How did you enjoy shooting for Toys R Us?

LOVED IT!!


7. What was it like walking in the Macy's fashion show?

It was really fun because I was with my friends from school!


8. What was your experience like working on The Jim Gaffigan Show?

Fun and it was really cool to the see the Real Jim Gaffigan!


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

Jim Gaffigan, and this girl I met on the set of the Crashing, she was my fav!


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

THE CRASHING! It was 3 days and I made great friends!


Is there anything else you would like to add?

I love spending time with the friends I have already met on set and meeting new ones!


We'd like to thank Siena for participating in our Holiday Q&A Event!

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Posted on Dec 02 2016 by Lisa
24 Days 'Til Christmas!
Our Holiday Q&A Event for 2016 has begun! Check back each day from now until Dec. 25th for Q&As with many of the kids featured here on the website and their families. They have had a lot of fun answering your questions, talking about the shows and projects they have worked on, and now it is time to count down through the holiday season. Kicking things off is our Q&A with Lily Mae Silverstein!







Lily Mae Silverstein appeared in the second season of Parenthood. She has been seen on Deadtime Stories, Bunk'd, and in multiple commercials. To keep up to date make sure to follow her on Twitter and Instagram.









1. How did you enjoy shooting for Maevey Blue?

I barely remember because I was just a little kid. Our neighbor is the clothing designer and she dressed me up and we went to a park and took pictures. What a great playdate.


2. What was your time on set like filming for Parenthood?

3. How did you like filming with Joy Bryant?

4. What was it like working with Dax Shepard?

2. 3. & 4. It was so much fun. Tyree Brown and I played with pointer fingers on a stick and put them through our sleeves of our jackets and pretended they were our real hands. The cast really got a kick out of us...we really made Joy and Dax laugh.


5. What was the experience like working on Chevy?

My experience working on Chevy was amazing. I started out auditioning for the role of the daughter (Hope) that Grace Kaufman was amazing at. The creator, Brad Copeland kept bringing me back for auditions because he thought I was really funny but too young to play Hope. He wrote me into the pilot as Summer the neighbor girl. I'll always be grateful to Brad for giving me the opportunity to be on the show.


6. Did you get to work with Chevy Chase?

Yeah I got to work with Chevy Chase. We were in a backyard party scene together. No a lot of interaction but good guy all the same.


7. How did you enjoy filming your NAPA Auto Parts commercial?

The Napa Auto Parts commercial was a great experience because the director allowed me to do new things...a lot of ad lib!


8. What was filming OowieWanna like?

Oowie Wanna was a short film written and directed by Bridget Palardy as part of a American Film Institute - Women in Film project. My first short film. Bridget was able to get the late Karen Black to be in it with me. Karen is a Golden Globe winner and Academy Award nominee and she was MY email friend! I truly got to work with a Hollywood legend. She gave me advice like the best colors to wear and how she prepares for her scenes.


9. What is the best part of seeing yourself on television?

The best part of seeing myself on television is the opportunity to correct myself and look for different ways I could have made the scene better. I'm always looking for ways to improve -- to be the best actor I can be.


10. Do you have a favorite project that you have done?

My favorite project so far is Bunk'd - the season 2 premiere. It was my first time working on the show (I've shot a total of 5 episodes so far). The regular cast was getting together for the first time in months. The energy was incredible and the main cast was so welcoming and included me in their daily off camera activities. I truly love them all! The season premiere aired on Tuesday, Aug. 23 on Disney Channel. Tune-in...I'm sure you'll enjoy the show!!


Is there anything else you would like to add?

I shot a commercial campaign for CenturyLink with Paul Giamatti. I was part of a 4 person family that tries to give Paul tips on how to be a better actor. The 5 of us would go into a room to rehearse the commercials. We laughed so hard my sides hurt. FUNNY, FUNNY PEOPLE!!!!


We'd like to thank Lily for participating in our Holiday Q&A Event!

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Posted on Dec 01 2016 by Lisa
COTM
Happy December 1st! Our COTM has been selected for this month and it is Scarlett Fernandez! Scarlett has been doing an amazing job as Charlotte on General Hospital since her character came to town, and we are sure that this month will bring several more fantastic scenes.
Posted on Dec 01 2016 by Lisa
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November Q&A Event - Aaralyn Anderson




Aaralyn Anderson is a young actress and model from the New York City/Philadelphia area. This year she has been seen in an Adoption PSA, worked for Ritz Crackers and her short film The Hamster has been touring film festivals. To keep up to date make sure to visit her official website, like her page on Facebook, follow her on Twitter and follow her on Instagram.








1. What was it like shooting for Toys R Us?

Toys R Us was great! I loved being back shooting with them it had been a little while. They are always super fun and the crew is great! I got to play with some friends, bounce and get wet on a super duper huge bouncy water slide :D


2. What was your time on set like filming your Adoption PSA?

I liked it a lot because I got to come up with my own answers. They would give me questions and I would think Hmmmm How would I feel?? I also got to color and make pictures of some of the questions they asked me. I like being challenged & creative so it was a lot of fun for me.


3. How did you enjoy shooting for BNY Mellon?

For this shoot I had my first ever Skype meeting. Since this was a direct book the Director and Producer wanted to have a meeting via Skype a few days prior to the shoot. That was a neat experience. The shoot itself was great! I got to wear a tutu and pretend to have a dance recital. I was able to use my acting range which I LOVED. The director kept saying to me he was amazed about how I would talk to him about the scenes and understand what he wanted and just do it. He kept saying are you sure you are only 6? Lol I really liked working with them. Did I mention they let me keep the tutu??


4. What was the best part of filming for Kodak?

This was definitely an experience unlike any other.


5. Do you have a favorite outfit you got to shoot for Boscovs this year?

They always give me the cutest outfits to model. If I had to choose a favorite look from this past year it would be the recent shoot I did. They did something fun and new with my hair and I really liked it. You haven't seen it yet but the Blue puffy jacket I modeled in that shoot I would say was my favorite. Stay tuned...


6. How did you enjoy shooting with Olesja Mueller?

Olesja is soooooo much FUN!!! She makes you feel very at ease. She likes to tell jokes, play guessing games and more while you are shooting. She has a great energy about her. I hope to shoot with her again someday.


7. What was your shoot for Ritz Crackers like?

I got to eat a bazillion peanut butter and jelly cracker sandwiches and be silly. I also had a dance party with the director it was so much fun!


8. Is there anything you share about your role on Law of Perdition?

Chloe is the granddaughter of the Detective Petrowski. She is a little unruly because her mom doesn't really discipline her much. Chloe, her mom and grandfather have weekly breakfast dates. I am slated for 4 seasons which we are very excited about. It starts February 2017 on Amazon Prime.


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

This is a very hard question. I have worked with so many amazing people each presenting their own uniqueness. Many who have become great friends and an amazing part of my network.


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

Another tough question. I think every job has been my favorite!! But I can say one of the most exciting is to have a recurring role on a series.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

I would like to say THANK YOU to everyone who keeps up with me at www.facebook.com/AaralynAndersonFanPage I read every single comment and always appreciate the kind words and support. I also want to say a HUGE thank you to my manager Colette of CP Talent. She always has my best interest in mind as well as all the CP Kids and families. She works really hard to help me achieve my goals. The opportunities presented to me this past year have been amazing. I have auditioned for major TV shows and feature films that without her wouldn't otherwise have been possible. I would like to also acknowledge Renee of Click whom I work with in Philly. She is always keeping me in mind for the perfect castings for my look and size. Many of the opportunities are direct books with clients who work directly with her and I very much appreciate that. And lastly, Star Kidz you are always looking out for me and the other kids in the biz. Without you many of us would never see our work. You are an amazing asset & support system to us kids in the biz and I wanted to say a HUGE THANK YOU TO YOU!!!


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

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Posted on Nov 27 2016 by Lisa
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November Q&A Event - Hunter Payton




Hunter Payton is a young actor from the Los Angeles area. He has recently been seen on Criminal Minds, America's Got Talent and held a recurring role on A to Z! To keep up to date make sure to like his page on Facebook and follow him on Twitter and Instagram.








1.How did you get started acting?

Since I was really young I have always liked to act and perform making people laugh and smile. When I was 2 years old, I won a baby pageant by walking on stage dancing and making funny faces at the judges and they laughed. When I was 5, I modeled and would dance on the runway and make people laugh so my mom new I would eventually act. At 6 years old, my family and I were approached at a street fair by an acting school to come take some classes. My mom was at first very hesitant, but after the school spoke to me they offered me a free month to come and try it out. I ended up loving it and I have been acting ever since.


2.What was your time on set like filming Ominous?

My time on set with Ominous was great because it was my first horror movie I had ever done. At first I was really nervous that I would get scared while filming because I had read the script and it had some pretty scary scenes. But then after being on set I learned that everything is mostly done with CGI so it was really cool to see how it is done. Best part was getting to see the movie at a private screening before it aired on TV and seeing how it all came together.


3.What was your first day on set like for A to Z?

My first day on set was really exciting because for the pilot, the scene I was in was based on one of my favorite movies, Back to the Future. Funny thing happened while we were on set was the writer came up to my mom asking about me saying he thought I was really doing a great job and a good addition to the show. So, my mom said as a joke "if you like him, you should write him into the rest of the season." Funny thing is he thought that was a great idea and the writer ended up writing several more flashbacks giving me a recurring role as Young Ben Feldman. Best part of that day was getting to meet actress Leah Thompson from Back to the Future before I left.


4.Did you do anything special to prepare for your role?

It all depended on the episode we were doing and how I needed to get ready to do that role. For example, there was one episode I had to sing and dance in. The director called me at home the night before we were filming with a last minute addition of song lyrics to have ready for the morning and for me to create some fun dance moves. That was a fun night singing "Ice Cream Kisses" and dancing 50's style to it over and over until I created my own style. The next day while performing it, the director got a kick out of what I had created and everyone on set was singing and having fun too. It was an awesome day!


5.Do you have a favorite scene you filmed for the series?

That's a tough one because there were so many fun scenes I got to do. But my favorite episode was "F is Fight, Fight,Fight" because I got to do so many different things from jumping on a bully in school to a karate competition to a mirrored scene from the old classic Pink Panther. My favorite scene of that episode was getting to take down a giant bully with a move called the "spider monkey." This episode was so much fun because I got to work with a stunt coordinator and do my own stunts for that scene as well as the karate scene. Was a very busy day.


6.How did you enjoy working on Funny or Die?

I loved working on Funny or Die because it was the very first thing I ever did when I was 6 years old. I remember a kid leaving set crying because he didn't want to wear make-up or the lemur costume. So, the person in charge asked if anyone else would do it so of course I offered. I loved the kid show Zoboomafoo so to be a lemur would be awesome thinking I was going to be like the lemur in the show. Funny thing is I had no idea what my scene actually was until it aired on TV and I found out that my scene was completely opposite of what I thought. My lemur dad was brutally killed with blood everywhere by his best friend the lion...ironic. Definitely not an appropriate episode for my age but still had a blast filming it because I had no clue at the time all of this had happened.


7.What was the best part of filming your Criminal Minds episode?

The best part of filming Criminal Minds was that I was really excited because I had never worked on a crime show or been killed in a role before. It was so much fun getting bullet holes attached to me and blood painted on me by the make-up artist. The blood was super sticky so when I got up after the scene it was hard to move because I was still sticking to the ground.


8.What was the experience like being in an act on America's Got Talent?

The experience of being on America's Got Talent is something I will never forget because it was a once in a life time opportunity. I have never been on stage in front of 3200 people for a live show so that was definitely an unforgettable experience and a rush of adrenaline. Getting to work with kid magicians Kadan and Brooklyn was so much fun because I love magic and they are kids like me. It was so cool to get to see how an illusion is done first hand and how much preparation is needed to perform a trick like that. All I have to say is thank goodness I am not claustrophobic.


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

Some of my favorite people to work with is tough because I have worked with so many amazing people and would work with all of them again. One of my favorite people to work with was Trevor Larcom who played my best friend in AtoZ. Funny thing is we became very good friends just like in the show and still hang out today and support each other. Another person I enjoyed working with is deaf actor Troy Kotsur who played my dad in Father's Day Breakfast as well as the director Natalie Simpkins. I still talk to the both of them and can't wait to promote the movie with them in 2017.


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

That is a hard one because I enjoyed working on all the projects so far for different reasons. The cast, crew and directors have been so much fun to work with and I have had so many positive experiences. But if I had to pick one, I really enjoyed working on AtoZ because we had become like a family and every day was a different experience depending on the episode. Definitely a show I think got cancelled too early.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

One of the most challenging roles I had was playing a young RJ Mitte in the movie Who's Driving Doug. I researched a lot for the role and I worked closely with director David Conley. I wanted to make sure my acting was accurate to what he was looking for in the role of a child in a wheelchair with muscular dystrophy. Because I do Parkour this was another role that I got to perform my own stunts in which was so cool. However, the best part of working on the movie was going to the Santa Barbara International Film Festival for the world premiere this past year and walking the red carpet with RJ Mitte. He is one of the nicest people I have ever met and the entire night he would go out of his way to include me in interviews, Q&A's etc. and share the experience. It was definitely the best night ever and one I will not forget!


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

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Posted on Nov 27 2016 by Lisa
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November Q&A Event - Miya Cech




Miya Cech is a young model and actress from the Los Angeles area. She has shot for Old Navy, Gymboree, and been seen in episodes of Hawaii Five-0 and American Horror Story. To keep up to date make sure to follow her on Twitter and Instagram.








1. How did you get started in the business?

At age 2, a photographer saw Miya and her older sister walking in a Nordstrom fashion show and asked Mom if they would be interested in modeling for her friend's dress brand, "Ooh La La Couture". We are still great friends with Jen and Annie at OLL and Jennifer (the photographer).


2. What was it like walking the runway for Gwen Stefani's Harajuku Lovers line?

It was so super exciting! There was so much energy and music- it was like a big Harajuku Party! My first real modeling booking was for Harajuku Mini when I was 4 years old so it was so cool to get to model for Gwen again!


3. What is the best part of shooting for Old Navy?

Getting to know the crew who are all AMAZING. They've become like family! Also, working with so many cool kids from all over the US!


4. Do you have a favorite shoot you have done for Gymboree?

We once got to shoot at the LA Zoo which was so fun! We spent the whole day with the animals and at the end of the day, we rode the carousel with the whole crew.


5. What was your time on set like filming your Hawaii Five-0 episode?

The best time! I got to travel to Hawaii and work with Catherine Kim and Grace Park. There's nothing better than getting to film on the beautiful beaches of Hawaii!


6. How did you enjoy filming for The Talk?

I didn't know that it would be a live taping until the morning we taped the show. We (the mini hosts) were so excited! It was my first time in front of an audience. Julie Chen was SO nice and it was exciting because she's always been one of my role models. The icing on the cake was getting to meet Jennifer Nettles who was a guest on the show that day. She's one of my favorite country singers.


7. What was it like doing a live taping for The Thundermans?

Miya's scene was not taped live. :-) But the best part of that job was that my friends Maya (who plays Chloe) and Addie (who plays Nora) were on set and we got to hang out all day.


8. Is there anything you can share about your role in Unbound?

In Unbound, I play the young version of the main character, Kitsune. It's a mix between a sci fi and fantasy story. There's a lot of special effects and Kitsune goes through a huge metamorphosis;-)


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

Eagle Egilsson who directed my episode of H50, Julie Chen, Kathy Bates, Gwen Stefani... Everyone who I've worked with has been so awesome and I'm so lucky to have had these opportunities!


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

Hawaii Five-0 will always be so special because it was my first network TV guest role and also American Horror Story because I felt like I learned so much as an actor and it was my first time working on a scary show.


We'd like to thank Miya for participating in our November Q&A series!
Posted on Nov 27 2016 by Lisa
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November Q&A Event - Nicholas Hernandez




Nicholas Hernandez is a young actor and model from Florida. He has been seen in commercials for Party City, Outback Steakhouse, and more! To keep up to date make sure to like his page on Facebook and follow him on Instagram








1. How did you get started in the industry?

My mom put me in modeling because everyone said I looked like a Gerber baby. I started modeling when I was three. When I was older, I started working mostly on commercials and TV, which is what I do now.


2. What was your first booking?

My first booking was a print shoot for Toys R Us when I was three.


3. What was your time on set like filming your Imaginext commercial?

The Imaginext commercial was my first national commercial shoot. It was awesome! I had my own director's chair with my name on it. It was a long day, but I got to keep the outfit I shot in and they gave me a huge box of brand new Imaginext toys! (Which my little brothers kept lol)


4. How was it like working with Ryan Tannehill for your NFL shoot?

Ryan Tannehill is probably one of the most famous people I have ever worked with. He was super cool and played games with all of us on set. Great guy!


5. What was the best part of filming your Outback Steakhouse commercial?

The best part was definitely the food lol. Outback is my favorite restaurant, my family and I go there all the time.


6. Do you have a favorite part of filming your Marlin's commercial?

It was cool seeing the different parts of the Marlins Stadium. It's enormous and beautiful. My grandma took me to this job and we had a great day together.


7. How did you feel seeing your Party City commercial airing for the first time?

It took me awhile to see the commercial live on air. I had seen it online, it even came on during one of my online games. However, the first time I saw it on our big TV was an amazing feeling. I was also a little embarrassed because the announcer said we (the kids and I) were 5 years old, and we are all almost 10!


8. What has been one of the funniest things to happen on or off set for one of your projects?

The funniest thing was when my mom was recording me on set, and suddenly the chair she was sitting in broke into pieces. It was hilarious because you see her legs flying up in the video. (My mom doesn't agree that it was funny but I think it is lol)


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

I have had so much fun working on all my projects, and all the crews have been wonderful. I loved working with the Universal Studios crew, and the Party City crew are always cool too! I especially loved working with my friends Jelani C., Sawyer J., Brianna T., Chloe T., Sofia O., Chyann P., Jake M., Shamy G., Jasmine S., and Zara R. on many different shoots.


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

I once got to Body board for a print shoot, and that was incredible. My favorite shoot has to be my Universal Studios Orlando one. I waited all summer to hear if I booked it or not, and I really, really wanted this job. I got to shoot a scene with Megatron the Transformer and it was AWESOME. Afterwards, we stayed and enjoyed the parks.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

My advice to any kid starting in this business, is to keep going and practice your acting skills. There are tons of "NO's" to every "YES", but the "YESSES" will come if you don't give up. Peace out and have a great Holiday Season! - Nick Ryan Hernandez


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

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Posted on Nov 27 2016 by Lisa
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November Q&A Event - Charlie Jones




Charlie Jones is a young actor from the New York area. This year he has been seen on Maya & Marty, the Late Show with Steven Colbert, and can currently be seen on Jon Glaser Loves Gear. To keep up to date make sure to like his management's page on Facebook.







1. What was your time on set like for Maya & Marty?

Very fun. I learned a lot about comedy and improv.


2. What was it like working with Martin Short?

Absolutely amazing. He was so fun to work with. I learned so much from him.


3. How did you enjoy filming your Kayak commercial?

The Kayak shoot was so great. We tried many different emotions and in the end I really liked my deadpan delivery. My co-star Kathy was great.


4. What was the best part of shooting your Kohl's commercial?

I met very nice people who told me to just go out and have fun with it. So cool playing with a light saber.


5. Do you have a favorite country you visited for the Beauty and the Beast International tour?

Singapore. We saw so many cool things and different kinds of people there.


6. How did you enjoy filming for the Late Show with Steven Colbert?

Very humbling experience working with two outstanding actors in Colbert and Scott Bakula.


7. What was it like working with Steven Colbert?

Steven Colbert was so cool to work with. I learned a different spin on comedy. It was fun to watch him go off script and improvise.


8. What was your favorite part of performing in God Lives in Glass?

Working with composer Keith Thompson was awesome. There were so many different types of music in the show, which made it really fun.


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

Jon Glaser and Martin Short


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

Jon Glaser Loves Gear, a new TV show I shot this summer.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

Very grateful for the opportunities God has given me. Thankful for such a great manager in Colette Palmerio and awesome agents at Abrams Artists Agency.


We'd like to thank Charlie for participating in our November Q&A series!
Posted on Nov 26 2016 by Lisa
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November Q&A Event - Luke Burke




Luke Burke is a young model from the New York City area. He has been seen for The Children's Place, Carter's, and keep an eye out for him for GAP! To keep up to date make sure to follow him on Instagram.








1. How did Luke get started in the industry?

I started Luke in the industry because I always felt that he had a certain look that I wanted to share with others. He is so darn cute! I never thought we would get this far with it! I researched online and found a manager. I learned a lot from her, everything, she was patient, honest and became a friend. We had a great fit.


2. What is the best part of shooting for The Children's Place?

Best part for shooting for The Children Place was meeting the other kids that were with the same management company. Its funny when you see their pictures online but when you meet in person its pretty cool. I love talking to other mothers in the industry. Everyone was so nice on set!


3. How did you react to seeing him in stores?

The first time I saw Luke in stores was an omg moment. I always thought he was something special but to see him on packaging was wow he really did it!


4. What was his time on set like shooting for Carter's?

Carters was so cool! We had the audition, then that night the producer contacted me that they wanted Luke the following day for the fitting and then the next two days of shoots. It was amazing, the auction was all day and they saw hundreds of kids. He was picked out of them all to start the shoot. He did 3 outfits for that shoot. Then two weeks later they asked him back for 2 more outfits. Again everyone couldn't have been nicer!


5. What was the experience like for him to shoot for Parents Magazine?

Parents magazine shoot was one of the first major things he got. It was one of the most adorable shoots. He was in the Halloween shoot and was dressed as little bear. We met another girl from the agency and mom. We quickly hit it off and they were in the same shot together.


6. How did Luke react to seeing himself in the issue for the first time?

He was surprised. The first thing he said was there's Lukey! He had a huge smile. He was proud. It def doesn't hit him like it does me. I couldn't be more proud of this little guy! Its tough to get in front of tons of people on set and follow directions and "perform".


7. What was his day shooting for Target like?

Target was pretty cool as well. Another major thing. It was very organized. He shot with them 2 times. Another cool job.


8. How did Luke enjoy shooting for Toys R Us?

Toys R Us was so fun for him. Who doesn't want to play with toys. He shot with them several times. He loved it! Again very organized.


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

Seeing repeat models is cool. Catching up with them online and seeing their growth is so cool. The wranglers are huge. So important. This was one wrangler in particle Michael was so fun. He made Luke crack up and always remembered him by name. He made being on set fun!


10. What has been Luke's favorite project to work on?

I think so far one of his most favorite was Carters, Children's Place and Gap. We connected with people. There was a lot of repeat models we saw.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

Its been fun watching Luke's growth. He is sort of shy normally in front of groups but he really comes out of his shell when in front of the camera. He is a mini professional when he is up there. This industry is def competitive, you need to be committed and able to do things last minute. I'm a planner by nature, so at first this whole thing was new to me. Getting a go see the day before, missing school, etc you have to be up for. The minute Luke starts complaining we will take a break. I never want it to be not fun for him. He will start kindergarten next year. We will be having to take it much easier come that time.


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

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Posted on Nov 26 2016 by Lisa
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November Q&A Event - Selena Vaquero




Selena Vaquero is a young model and actress from Florida. She has shot for Toys R Us, KFC, PBS and more! To keep up to date make sure to like her page on Facebook and follow her on Instagram.








1. How did you get started in the industry?

I got started in the industry when I was 2 years old. My and Dad said I loved taking pictures and I loved being in front of the camera. I thank them everyday for getting me started in the industry!


2. What was the best part of shooting for Toys R Us?

The toys R us shoot was my first job and it was so much Fun. When I shot for Toys R Us is when I realized how much I wanted to be to succeed in the industry and become an actress.


3. How did you feel seeing yourself in the catalog?

I will never forget the day that my mom showed me my catalog and the best part I was on the back cover!


4. What was your time on set like filming a virtual school video?

It was great i got to travel to Orlando and got to play around like I was a scientist and got to draw and just be a kid and have fun.


5. What was the experience like doing voice over work for PBS?

This was my very first time doing a voice over and it was super cool. It's nice to hear what your voice can do and what is sounds like. This was one of my coolest and best show so far.


6. How did you enjoy shooting for South Florida Parenting Magazine?

When my mom first told me I was one of the winners of contest. I was super excited the best part if when I got to do the photo shoot they told me I would be on the cover for February issue. I was shocked and excited.


7. What was your shoot for KFC like?

The KFC shoot was fun I got to have pretend parents and enjoyed the great outdoors while we shoot! It was a long shoot but I had a lot of fun. I love what I do and won't have it any other way.


8. What was the best part of filming for Belks?

The best part was getting to travel to Atlanta and exploring a different State. The crew and the cast were so kind and made us feel welcome.


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

I can't really choose all the people I have gotten the chance to work with have been Great. Every shoot is different but fun at the same time. And it's all worth because I love what I do and hoping to continue to grow in this industry and become successful.


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

They all are!! I take every opportunity as a blessing and I just hope that I can continue to book jobs!


We'd like to thank Selena for participating in our November Q&A series!
Posted on Nov 26 2016 by Lisa
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November Q&A Event - Riley Lio




Riley Lio is a young actor and model from the Los Angeles area. He has been seen on Deadtime Stories, Sam & Cat, in multiple shoots for GAP and more! To keep up to date make sure to visit his official website, like his page on Facebook, follow him on Twitter and follow him on Instagram!








1. How did you get started in the industry?

I started the industry, when an agent from Brand Model approached my parents when I was 4 years old and said that I had a great look and if my parents would consider me doing some modeling. My Dad wasn't really sure about how legit it was, but with my Mom's curiosity, she and I met with them at their office.


2. What was your time on set like working on your Sam & Cat episode?

My time on set was great! I spent a whole week working with the cast. We rehearsed each day, banked in school hours, met with wardrobe so they could decide what my character I was playing needed to wear, and of course, craft services is awesome. On the last day, which was a Friday, we filmed. My dressed room was awesome. They had my character name and real name on the door. Really made me feel special. Enjoyed working with Ariana Grande, Jeanette McCurdy, and Cameron Ocasio.


3. What was the best part of filming Deadtime Stories?

The best part of filming Deadtime Stories was filming in the closet. Although I was cramped sitting inside for multiple hours during the day, it was fun. The house that we film at had this super small closet, just enough for me to hide in and scare Jennifer Stone, who played the babysitter.


4. Do you have a favorite GAP shoot that you have done?

What favorite GAP shoot, have I done. Well, all of my GAP shoots have been wonderful. Each were for a different campaign and the creativity of the crew made each one special. I worked so many campaigns with them, but if I really had to pick, I enjoyed the Winter/Holiday campaign that I did for GAP and for GAP Factory, I enjoyed the last campaign which, which was also a Holiday campaign where I had an opportunity to shoot with two 8 week old white Labradors. That was pretty exciting. The GAP crew are amazing to work with and they were just like family to me.


5. What was your shoot for Jini Magazine like?

The shoot with Jini Magazine was a nice opportunity to work with new talents in the industry on a movie themed "Hunger Games," editorial. Alex Kruk was the photographer and the images were great.


6. What was was a typical shoot day for Old Navy like?

A typical shoot day for Old Navy, when not shooting in LA, is flying to San Francisco to do a fitting and shoot the next day. Pretty much like all print jobs, you shoot with all the different wardrobes that they have planned for you, get a break for lunch, and in between takes, if they are shooting with other talents, you do your school works when you can. At the end of the day, you fly back home.


7. How did you enjoy shooting for Tillys?

Shooting with Tilly's was so exciting! It happens to be one of my favorite stores, where I regularly shop at. It doesn't get any better working for a brand that you love and shop at. Now that I am teen, they have the styles that today's teen really likes. They have an amazing crew and I really enjoyed working for them.


8. What was the experience like filming your episode of Teachers?

My experience filming the pilot episode for Teachers was so much fun. There were so many kids on this episode since the setting was in a classroom. We got to do a lot of things in class, like throw paper at each other. Being one of the three principals for this episode, we had a whole classroom to share as our dressing room.


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

Some of my favorite people that I've worked with have been Ariana Grande (Sam & Cat), Jeanette McCurdy (Sam & Cat), Key & Peele (Espys), George Lopez (Saint George), Danny Trejos (Saint George), Dylan Snyder (Kickin It), Leo Howard (Kickin It), Mateo Arias (Kickin It), and Shanola Hampton (Shameless), Giada de Laurentiis (Target) and Stephanie Courtney (Progressive Flo).


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

My favorite project to work on so far was for NBC's Marry Me. I enjoy being on set working on all TV shows, but this one had to be my favorite. There were a couple of scenes which was the laser tag and basketball scene that were just so much fun. No matter how many takes we had to do, it was fun shooting with the laser guns. Basketball is my favorite sports, so playing on that scene was pretty cool.


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

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Posted on Nov 23 2016 by Lisa
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November Q&A Event - Caroline Valencia




Caroline Valencia is a young actress and model from the New York City area. She has been seen in multiple commercials, shoots for Toys R Us, and is in Zoolander 2! To keep up to date make sure to visit her official website, like her page on Facebook and follow her on Instagram!








1. How did Caroline get started in the industry?

Caroline followed in the steps of her big sister, Madeleine, and started to go on auditions at age 2. She was successful right away. We decided to look for a manager, and found the very best: Colette Palmerio of CP Talent. With Colette's guidance, Caroline has starred in several commercials, print campaigns and even a major motion picture! She is only 4 years old and has done a lot! She recently joined SAG-AFTRA, the professional actor's union.


2. What was her time on set like filming her Chevron commercial?

Caroline loves working with a crew. She becomes their buddy! She loved riding the tricycle during the Chevron shoot, and the director let her keep it!


3. What was the best part of filming for Publix?

The Publix shoot was super fun because Caroline got to fly (first class!) to Florida for filming, which meant a nice hotel with a swimming pool! On set, she got to eat ice cream cone after ice cream cone! As soon as it melted, she got a fresh one! The ice cream was definitely the best part of the shoot, but she didn't eat ice cream again for a few weeks. She still remembers that it was Salted Caramel!


4. How did Caroline enjoy shooting for The Christmas Tree Shops?

Caroline did an Easter shoot for Christmas Tree Shops which involved an Easter Egg Hunt. She got to find hidden eggs, and at the end got to keep some chocolate, so she had a great time!


5. Do you have a favorite Toys R Us shoot that she has done?

Caroline's favorite Toys R Us shoot was for a swing set. She became reunited with Melanie Sawyer the "baby wrangler" from her NY 529 commercial shoot. Melanie always makes it fun for the kids, so Caroline had a great time both with her and playing on the swing set with her buddies.


6. What was the experience like for Caroline to film for Zoolander 2?

Caroline practiced the Zoolander face all the way to her first audition because Mom is a fan of the first movie, and well, just in case! it paid off! That is exactly what they wanted her to do during the audition! She had a call back where she got to audition for Ben stiller himself! She liked him very much. On the day of the shoot, Mr. Stiller greeted her and said, "Hi Caroline, remember me? I'm Ben." He was wearing the same sweater (costume) as she was wearing for the on camera Zoolander family Christmas photo. She commented, "Hey! You're wearing my sweater!" and made the set crew laugh. They did a quick practice of the Zoolander face together, and then they walked to the set together. It was magical. When we got back to Caroline's dressing room, I noticed that the scene she had shot was called "Happy Holidays from the Valencia-Zoolanders. Penelope Cruz's Character was named "Valentina Valencia." It just happens that Valencia is our last name! Its's such a crazy coincidence! She will always be a Valencia-Zoolander!


7. How did she like working with Ben Stiller and Penélope Cruz?

Caroline absolutely loved Ben Stiller. He was a pleasure to work with, and he made it fun for her. He was very friendly, and very dad-like. She shot with Penelope Cruz's double, but every time she sees Penelope in a Lancome ad she says "that's my pretend mommy." She also refers to Ben Stiller as, "My friend Ben."


8. What was her shoot for Flinstone's Vitamins like?

Caroline had a great time on set for Flinstone's. She did a print "story board" for a future commercial piece called "Tooth Fairy." Caroline was photographed showing her on set mom that her tooth fell out. The actress that she worked with made it very fun and believable. Caroline loves the "pretend" part of acting.


9. Who have been Caroline's favorite people to work with so far?

Hands down, her favorite person to work with has been Ben Stiller. She mentions it every chance she gets! We went to an Italian restaurant in Little Italy soon after shooting. She noticed that there were a lot of actor head shots on the walls. When the manager came over to say hello to our table, she let him know that she is an actress and that she would like to bring her picture to the restaurant to put up on the wall. He said she could (after she name dropped Ben Stiller and Zoolander 2) We have not made it back there, but she does remind me every so often!


10. What has been Caroline's favorite project to do so far?

Zoolander 2 was her favorite project, but a close second was the NY 529 commercial where she got to jump on the bed! She also got to dance and jump on couches for her Walmart commercial which she filmed with her sister. She was very excited to shoot with her sister.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

Caroline knows that when she is on set, she is working. She really enjoys her work, and gets very excited every time she has an audition. She tells me that she can't wait to be a " real actress." When I tell her that she is in fact is a real actress, she says, "This is just practice." Look out world!


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

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Posted on Nov 22 2016 by Lisa
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November Q&A Event - Gage Magosin




Gage Magosin is a young actor from the Los Angeles area. He has been seen on Henry Danger, and will be seen on Teachers! To keep up to date make sure to follow him on Instagram.








1. How did you get started in the industry?

I started doing community based musical theater. My first role was a Duck in Alice in Wonderland on a stage at our local library and then I was hooked! I went on to do 5 other shows at bigger theaters with bigger parts. I was playing Mike TeeVee in Willy Wonka when I became repped, but I was 8 1/2 so I didn't really get many auditions in Hollywood until I turned 9.


2. What is the best part of auditioning? The hardest part?

Best part: The best part of auditioning is getting to act because that's what I love to do. It's also exciting imaging getting the part and being on set. Fun to dream.

Worst part: Having to memorize the script. It can be hard work and it sometimes takes me away from something I'd rather be doing.


3. Do you have a favorite scene you filmed for My Power of One?

I only did one scene in the episode, but chasing my sister around the house was pretty fun.


4. What was your time on set like filming Henry Danger?

I had a blast! It was so much fun because all of the kids on the show were super nice. We ran around the halls of the studio playing hide and seek when we had breaks and played handball against a giant garage door. The set teacher was super sweet and the scene I was in was hysterical. It was a great, great experience all around.


5. What was the experience like working on Con Boys?

It was cool doing a project for a contest because we were pressed for time, which somehow made it super exciting. The cast and crew were super sweet and supportive and we got to do a lot of improv, which added another element of fun to the acting.


6. How did you feel when you won your award at the Best of San Diego 48Hour Film Project Awards?

I was in shock and then pretty emotional. I actually started crying. I didn't know they were planning on giving a Rising Star Actor award, so I was completely caught off guard. Thankfully, it was a long walk to the stage so I pulled it all together and thought about what I was going to say. It was definitely a huge highlight in my acting career. In acting, there is a lot of rejection and you don't get much feedback, so getting a trophy with my name on it meant a lot to me.


7. What is the best part of doing live theater?

Getting to be in front an audience is a really special feeling. You hear their responses and it makes me feel important; like I'm actually doing that something that impacts people.


8. Is there anything you can share about your upcoming episode of Teachers?

I acted in a very funny scene with a super famous actor who was once a child actor. He was super nice to me and just a regular guy to talk to, which was cool.


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

I've done two jobs with Producer, Dan Schneider. He was really fun and a nice guy. I also loved acting with Jon Maxwell in Con Boys. We share a mutual appreciation in music and he's chill.


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

I would have to say Con Boys because I was a co-lead so I had a lot of lines. I'm a pretty competitive person, so I loved the contest aspect of the project.


Additional comments

I love acting and I think it's something special about who I am and what I am meant to do. I think people should always chase their dreams.


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

(Image by Brad Buckman Photography)
Posted on Nov 20 2016 by Lisa
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November Q&A Event - Hailey and Aiden Medina




Hailey and Aiden are young actors from the New York City area. This year Hailey has been busy with local theatre productions while Aiden has been seen on What Would You Do?, Maya and Marty, and more! To keep up to date make sure to visit their official website and like their manager's page on Facebook.







1. Hailey, what was the best part or class in high school?

The best part of high school is probably the trips I get to go on, because I'm involved in many extra curriculars. This year I'm actually going to be performing in Disney World because I'm in advanced choir, and after auditioning I made it into the candlelight processional in Epcot.


2. What was your favorite number to perform in your dance recital?

My favorite number was a ten minute tap medley of the show 42nd street. It was a compilation of several songs from the show and a few tap classes and it took a lot of work since it was so long. Within the performance, which was the opener for the recital, I had three costume changes and it was hard, but so worth it.


3. What was the process like preparing for The Addams Family?

Preparing for The Addams Family was chaotic, but it all worked out in the end. We had 99 days to put on a show and it was majorly a student run production, complete with a vocalist, and student directors to help out. Since I was the dance captain and had a large role in choreographing the dance numbers, it was stressful, yet an amazing opportunity too!


4. How did you enjoy your part in the musical Once Upon a Mattress?

I really liked my part of the minstrel in Once Upon a Mattress. Since I was the lead in the musical, it was really interesting to find new ways to manage my time backstage and I found that I was never not busy. Originally the lead is a tenor male, however in numerous productions the part had been switched to be played by a female and the directors really wanted me to take the part, so they changed it. At first it was difficult to figure out how to change the songs to fit a girls range, but it worked out. I sang most songs up an octave, and since my range is big I even sang a song or two right where it was. I was up for the challenge and it was so worth it because it really pushed me as a performer and my growth as singer was evident.


5. What else have you been up to this year?

This year I have been working a little bit behind the scenes as well as in front of the camera. I had the opportunity of being a PA (production assistant) on two separate projects. I worked on the set of a music video and I also worked on set and on location for multiple days for the pilot of a web series, Half Past Jump Time. I thoroughly enjoyed seeing how everything came together. I loved meeting all the new people and gaining experience in things that I've never done before.


6. Aiden, what has been the best part of working for John Marshall Media?

Everyone at the recording studio is super cool and funny. I was happily surprised when I saw they used a clip of me in the studio on their website.


7. What was it like to see yourself on the Today Show?

It's always great to see myself on TV and the cast and crew were really sweet. Also, it related to sports and I love being on a team.


8. How did you enjoy filming Maya & Marty?

The Maya & Marty Show was a fantastic day and I was excited to use my British voice-over skills. The entire production team was a blast.


9. What was it like working with Martin Short?

What an honor and such an amazing opportunity to act with THE Martin Short!!! I was thrilled when I found out I was cast as "British Ben" and would be working so closely with Mr. Martin Short. It was incredible being with him on set and talking to him side by side during scene changes and backstage. It's so hilarious watching it back and him screaming at me while I'm totally straight-faced. My parents crack-up every time and it's priceless. Yeah, it was definitely a day I will remember forever!


10. Do you have a favorite episode of What Would You Do? that you filmed this year?

Every episode is enjoyable and it's also interesting to see if people will "step in" and "speak up." It’s a great feeling when people help others and I'm always smiling when John Quinones comes out to greet the people and you see their reactions. Also, I really appreciate the entire WWYD team for casting me in numerous scenarios because it allows me to play a variety of roles.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

xoxo to our parents, manager CP, agents, family, friends, teachers, producers, directors, casting directors, cast and crew, and supporters!!!


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

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Posted on Nov 20 2016 by Lisa
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November Q&A Event - Ayden Hernandez




Ayden Hernandez is a young actor and model from the New York City area. He has been seen on Blindspot, Gotham, and more. To keep up to date make sure to follow him on Instagram.








1. How did you get started in the industry?

Well I've always wanted to model or act. Every time I would watch the Nickelodeon shows I would always say to my parents " omg I could do that". So after a long time of trying to find an agency to sign with we finally found Stellar-NYC and signed with them. Best decision ever.


2. What was your shoot for Fresh Direct like?

It was my first Print Job so I was nervous and didn't know what to expect, but once I got to set and was greeted by all the nice crew I felt right at home and not to mention the food smelt so good.


3. How did you enjoy shooting for Heely's?

Heelys was more like just hanging out with friends it didn't at all feel like a job, we just rolled around and had fun. We even meet Martha Stewart and she was so nice, her studio was right next door to ours and she just stopped by to see what was all the fun going on.


4. What was it like to walk the runway at the Posh Kids Magazine Fashion Carnival?

I couldn't sleep the night before, I was so nervous because I had never done runway before. I practiced a whole lot and just went for it. After I was done I felt so accomplished. It felt great and I would definitely do it again.


5. What was your day on set like filming Gotham?

Gotham I must say is one of my favorite sets to work on. I always get to work with and meet some great cast members and they are so nice and friendly. Plus it helps that it's my favorite show to watch with my Dad and Brother.


6. What was the best part of working on your episode of Blindspot?

The food! The food was so good and just everywhere and since we had to shot a night scene and it was in the middle of winter. The tasty hot chocolate and heated bus was definitely awesome.


7. How did you like working with Jaimie Alexander?

She is by far the nicest and sweetest person. She made sure that while I was on set that I had hand and feet warmers. She took a genuine interest and showed so much concern for me while on set. She took time out to talk with me and encouraged me to keep going in this business and not let anyone tell me I can't do something. Having the amazing opportunity to work with her was definitely memorable.


8. What was your time on set like filming Collateral Beauty?

Filming was fun. I got to ice skate around for hours lol it was so much fun even thou it was very cold and we filmed all the way into the late hours. It was fun and the cast was super nice and friendly especially Kate Winslet and Jacob Latimore and Enrique Murciano who plays my dad.


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

I enjoyed working g with Jamie Alexander from Blindspot she was super nice and very caring. I also had a blast working with Cory Micheal Smith who's plays Nygma on Gotham.


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

My favorite project to work on has been an online school series. it was so much fun and being around some really amazing people.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

Being in this industry takes a lot of hard work and dedication and most importantly supportive parents. I love what I do.


We'd like to thank Ayden for participating in our November Q&A series!
Posted on Nov 20 2016 by Lisa
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There will be two new faces on The Young and the Restless next week! Gia Poéme will be making her debut as Bella and CBS SID is reporting that Dax Randall will be portraying Moses when he returns to town for Thanksgiving.
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November Q&A Event - Kai Cech




Kai Cech is a young model and actress from the Los Angeles area. She has been seen for GAP, Old Navy, Pottery Barn Kids, and more! To keep up to date make sure to follow her on Instagram.









1. What was Kai’s time on set like filming your Barbie commercial?

Kai was so excited to finally be working for Barbie/Mattel like her big sis. It was a truly magical day full of rainbows, clouds and tea parties!


2. What was it like shooting for Pottery Barn Kids?

We love working with Pottery Barn! They have been so great to work for. We always get to shoot at the most beautiful houses/locations!


3. What is the best part of working for GAP?

The Gap team is so special to us! They are some of the nicest people to work with and we laugh ALOT on set!


4. How did you enjoy shooting for Next UK?

Next UK was so fun because I had a lot of friends on set and it was like a big party. :-)


5. What was your time on set like shooting for Target?

Target is a fun company to work for! There's always a lot of kids on set and the producer always has Kinder Chocolate (my favorite!) on set.


6. What was it like shooting for Old Navy?

Kai was lucky enough to work with Old Navy for 3 years. During that time, Miya also started working for them so we were lucky enough to have them shoot together a bit. Many of the Old Navy crew members are like family to us now.


7. How did you feel seeing yourself on the packaging for Honestly Cute toys?

I was so excited and asked my mom and dad for every box! That was the first time I saw myself on a toy box!


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

Kai most enjoys anytime she gets to work with her big sis- Gap, Old Navy, Pippa & Julie


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

Barbie!


We'd like to thank Kai and her family for participating in our November Q&A series!
Posted on Nov 13 2016 by Lisa
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November Q&A Event - Krischelle Delgado




Krischelle Delgado is a young actress from the Los Angeles area. She has recently been seen on Henry Danger, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, and in a Disney Princess commercial. To keep up to date make sure to follow her on Twitter and Instagram!









1. What was the experience like filming your episode of Henry Danger?

The experience on Henry danger was amazing. I had such a fun time on set and I made a lot of friends and even got to meet Henry!!! And he's super cute.


2. What was your time on set like working on Crazy Ex-Girlfriend?

On crazy ex girlfriend my time to shine was when I sat on Rachel's lap and had a English accent and said my lines! I also wore a really cute white dress! Joanna Kearns was the director and she was so super nice.


3. Do you have a favorite segment of Kids with Adult Problems that you've done?

My favorite segment was when we were in the bathroom flossing and I kept talking and getting spit all over the mirror that was a lot of fun!


4. What was filming Darby Forever like?

It was a lot of fun filming Darby forever because we got to run in the sprinklers and watch Darby sing (she has an amazing voice) I really liked my lines in that scene so it was a lot of fun!


5. How did you enjoy working with Aidy Bryant?

Andy Bryant was so nice and so so so funny!! She is such an great actress and knows how to sing she was so fun to work with!


6. What was the experience like working with an all kid cast for The Lemonade Wars?

The cast of lemonade wars was fun but sometimes the younger kids would get out of control but I still had a great time preforming.


7. What was the best part of filming your Disney commercial?

The Disney commercial was my favorite commercial I ever done because I got to ride a horse and I love horses they are my favorite animals! I loved filming at he Disney ranch and galloping on the horse named Buttercup!


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

I was in shock like I didn't think I'd come that far but now it's exciting seeing myself on TV!


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

I really liked working with Rachel Bloom on Crazy Ex girlfriend, and making new friends on set!


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

My favorite project I have worked on was the Henry Danger and my Dream Big Disney Commercial!


Is there anything else you would like to add?

I have a dog named Jett and horse named Abbey! I also love dance, tumbling, swimming, softball, basketball, baking, horseback riding, and hanging out with my family!


We'd like to thank Krischelle for participating in our November Q&A series!
Posted on Nov 12 2016 by Lisa
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November Q&A Event - Bryson Pitts




Bryson Pitts is a young actor who has been seen on Killer Kids, in the film An Evergreen Christmas, and more. To keep up to date make sure to like his page on Facebook and follow him on Instagram.








1. How did you get started in the industry?

When I was 4 my parents put me in soccer. On my way to the goal instead of kicking the ball in- as the crowd was cheering- I would stop and morph into a character. I think my favorite at the time was Transformer's Optimus Prime. My parents knew pretty early on sports wasn't going to be my main thing, but pretending to be other characters was. I went up to my Mom one day when I was 6 and told her I wanted to be an actor on tv. Since I'm a jokester she thought I was joking but I was serious. She took me to a local agent. They signed me. Then went on to spend some time in LA and loved every minute of it. I'm back and forth between LA and New York living my dream.


2. What was it like working on Growing Up Smith?

It was so cool because everything was set back in the late 70s. It's going to be in theaters sometime in 2017.


3. What was the best part of filming An Evergreen Christmas?

An Evergreen Christmas was my very first film. The best part was seeing how the crew transformed a real house and land into a set. It was neat meeting Naomi Judd. She's super nice.


4. Do you have a favorite part of auditioning?

My absolute favorite part of auditioning is when I get to improv. I can be as creative as I want. It was during an improv audition that I gave myself the nickname Big Billions


5. How did you enjoy filming Less Than a Whisper?

Less Than a Whisper was unreal amazing. The director and producer were so down to earth, and they're from Maryland like my Mom. They've asked me to be in their next film. What a great feeling that is.


6. What has been your most challenging role to play?

My most challenging role was playing young Ben in Father/Papa because I had to cry on que. The directors had a way of getting the best out of me for the scene.


7. What was your time on set like filming Killer Kids?

Killer Kids was interesting because I auditioned for a role in a different show that I didn't get but the casting director remembered me for this role and direct booked me. It was a lot of fun playing a character so opposite of myself.


8. Is there anything you can share about your role in Lore?

In Lore I'm in the flashback scene. I play the younger version of the lead character. I can't share much more about the film since it's in post-production, but it's definitely one to watch.


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

I loved working with Harry Connick Jr. He is so genuine and hilarious. You can tell he loves working with kids. I also loved working with Todrick Hall. He's always thinking of creative ways to catch the audience's attention. He works day and night and is multi-talented.


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

My favorite project was The Amazing Spider-Man 2. (I'm on the dvd promo in the beginning as Frostboy.) To be a part of a real superhero movie is a dream come true for a little boy.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

Thank you for having me! Big thanks to my manager, Lea Contreras, and my agents, The Savage Agency and Avalon Artists Group and to Talent INC for believing in me. For anyone out there wanting to be an actor always keep your eyes on the stars but your feet on the ground.


We'd like to thank Bryson for participating in our November Q&A series!
Posted on Nov 06 2016 by Lisa
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