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Jordan Lemnah played the role of Matilda Ashby on The Young and the Restless. This year she has been seen for Tiny Trendsetter and been busy auditioning! To keep up to date make sure to keep checking back here at the site.








1. How did Jordan get started in the industry?

We responded to an advertisement for a soap opera looking for a preemie, African American and Caucasian mixed baby. It was role on Y&R as Matilda Ashby. She was such a great fit that CBS called us almost immediately after her interview with Y&R casting to book her for the role.


2. How did you feel when you found out she booked The Young and the Restless?

We were ecstatic because she was only 5 weeks old. But on the other hand, we weren't surprised because we knew she was exactly what casting was looking for, so it was a bit of perfect timing given her age and size.


3. What was it like working with Daniel Goddard?

As a baby and toddler, he was fantastic to work with. It can sometimes take a tremendous amount of patience to work with a baby/toddler and he was extremely helpful between scenes and leading in to scenes to entertain her and put her in the right temperament for shooting the scene.


4. How did she enjoy filming with Christel Khalil?

She was terrific as well. As I recall, she had recently become a mother herself. So her mother instincts were evident. Both of her "Soap Parents" were fantastic to work with and made the entire experience easier for Jordan. We were lucky to work with them.


5. What is the best part about shooting with Olesja Mueller?

Olesja is super awesome. She is very professional, but she makes the shoots fun and gets an awesome shot.


6. How do you prepare for an audition?

We talk to Jordan about what the audition will entail, let her pick out a couple outfits, talk about how SHE wants to wear her hair. But to me, the biggest things we do is ask her up front if she wants to do the audition. If she says yes, then we're on our way and it's usually a good audition. I learned early on that if she's no in to it, then it's likely not going to go well. In the end, we want it to be 100% her choice.


7. What was it like shooting for Tiny Trendsetter?

Shea Ann is such a great photographer. It was more fun than an actual job and Jordan loved her clothes. The stylist gave her options and she chose what she liked and then she rocked it!


8. If she could work on any project what would it be?

That's an easy question. She would love to be in a Frozen non-animated movie!


9. What was your favorite scene that Jordan filmed on The Young & The Restless?

Wow, there are so many I like to choose that I'm not sure I could choose a favorite. But I have to say the wedding episode, which was filmed offsite of the studio, was the most fun to film. Both Jordan and Parker were adorable in their outfits and they had a such a great time.


10. What have you been up to this year?

As you know, 2-4 is a strange age in this business. She's now able to talk and memorize lines. She's soon to turn 5 and has just reached an age where she is excited to be involved in television again. So now we're balancing getting her back out there with finding a project that she's excited to be involved in. But, look for her be back on TV in 2015.


We'd like to thank Jordan and her family for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!

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Posted on Dec 18 2014 by Lisa
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Jasmine Alveran has appeared on both Parenthood and The Neighbors. This year she's been seen in a PSA for the Boys and Girls Club as well as in an episode of Rake! To keep up to date make sure to visit her official website and follow her on Twitter.








1. What was your time on set like filming Rake?

It was wonderful getting the opportunity to work with director Sam Raimi.


2. How did you enjoy working with Jenna Ortega?

Jenna is great! She is such a nice person.


3. What was your experience like filming your video for the Boys and Girls Club?

It was awesome to be part of such a wonderful organization.


4. What was the best part about working on The Neighbors?

Filming the dance scene!


5. How did you like filming with Isabella Cramp, Marlowe Peyton and the other girls in the group?

It was so much fun! Marlowe and I worked together on Parenthood, and kept in touch after. So it was wonderful to work with her again.


6. How did you prepare for the dance routine you all did together?

The dance was part choreographed and part improve.


7. What is the process like lending your voice to a video game?

I was not the voice of Josefina Menendez, I was the face of the character. Josefina is the sister of Raul Menendez in the video game. It was cool to see myself in the video game.


8. What was it like working on a skit for Jimmy Kimmel?

It was fun to work on that skit!


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

Definitely, director Sam Raimi! He is such an amazing director.


10. What have you been up to this year?

I had to take a few months off for health reasons, and was very excited to work on the Boys and Girls Club on my first week back.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

I just want to encourage other children to remain positive and follow their dreams.


We'd like to thank Jasmine for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!

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Posted on Dec 18 2014 by Lisa
7 Days Til' Christmas!




Cheyenne Nguyen played Molly on Days of Our Lives. This year she has been seen on New Girl, Extant, and filmed the pilot episode for Teachers! To keep up to date make sure to keep checking back here at the site.









1. What was the experience like filming Days of Our Lives?

It was a sad scene, but it was fun filming it.


2. How did you enjoy working with Terrell Ransom Jr?

He's an awesome actor and we still keep in touch. I hope we get to work on set again.


3. What was your shoot like working on your Pizza Hut commercial?

That was the best, the pizza sliders were so good and I enjoy every bite of the sliders. They told me to spit it out after I bite it, but I asked if I can eat it because it just came out of the oven and I can eat that all day.


4. What was the best part of working on your episode of New Girl?

I get to be mean to Zoe and have fun with doing my lines in many different ways.


5. How did you like working with Zooey Deschanel?

She's very professional and nice to everyone.


6. What was your time on set like filming Extant?

We filmed it in Malibu and it took the whole day to do 1 scene.


7. What was it like working with Halle Berry?

Halle Berry is the best! She's is so nice and taught me a lot. We goof around while they set up the set for our scene.


8. How awesome was it getting to be Snow White for one of your commercial shoots?

That was my dream come true being a princess for a day. I always wanted to be a Disney princess.


9. How did you react to finding out you booked the pilot for Teachers?

I was super excited, I went in for another role and they booked me for Beth. All of the cast are hilarious. They are really funny in real life. I can't wait to be on set again.


10. What can you tell us about your role in the series?

Beth is a very curious student, she always ask questions.


11. Is there anything else you would like to add?

We filmed Cookie Mobster last summer and it will air in December on PixL channel. Jenna Ortega, Mackenzie Foy and Danielle Parker were all on set for this movie. That was the best summer ever filming with great actors.


We'd like to thank Cheyenne for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 18 2014 by Lisa
8 Days Til' Christmas!




Aileen Davila appeared in an episode of The Neighbors back in 2012. This year she has been seen on Gang Related, and you may have seen her Nestle Crunch commercial airing once again! To keep up to date make sure to follow her on Twitter.








1. How did you get started in the industry?

When I was three years old I would cry and tell my mom that I really wanted to be on TV every day. A year later she submitted my pictures to agents in Dallas where we lived at the time. Got called to meet with them and signed with one and started modeling and then doing commercials.


2. What was your day on set like working on Gang Related?

Working on Gang Related was so much fun. The cast was so welcoming I felt like part of the family. It was very cool having a stunt double and getting to be a part of the action.


3. What was it like filming your Nestle Crunch commercial?

Working on the Nestle Girl Scout Candy Bar commercial was cool because I got to try the candy bars before they were released. They also had a huge poster of me at Dylan's Candy store in New York it was the size of the whole wall!


4. How did you enjoy working for AT&T?

Working for AT&T was lots of fun. It was a fun photo shoot. We did the shoot in a beautiful house and we had to eat lots of cereal.


5. What was it like working on Revolution?

Working on Revolution was an amazing experience. I got to go to North Carolina for two weeks which was awesome since I had never been there before. They got me all dirty and I had to wear a huge coat on the beach and it was very hot and humid. But I still loved every minute of it.


6. What was the experience like working on The Neighbors?

It was fun being on set of The Neighbors because there were so many kids and we got to hang out. It was also cool because I got to work with my friend Ian who I know from back home in Dallas. I made lots of new friends that day. :)


7. Have you gotten a chance to work with your younger sister?

I have not gotten a chance to work with my sister yet. But I would love to one day.


8. What was your time on set like filming Smashed?

I loved working on Smashed. Mary Elizabeth Winstead was super nice I loved working with her. I learned so much from her.


9. Who have been some of your favorite people to work with?
Some of my favorite people I have worked with are: The director of Revolution Guy Norman Bee he was super nice and funny. Ramon Rodriguez, Inbar Lavi, and RZA who told me to call him Uncle Bobby, Mary Elizabeth Weinstead and Director Guy Malim.


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

My favorite project I have worked on so far is Gang Related. I learned so much and loved all the action and running around and shooting that was going on.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

I have a new movie that will come out next year called Medicine Men.


We'd like to thank Aileen for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!

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Posted on Dec 17 2014 by Lisa
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8 Days Til' Christmas!




Grant and Wyatt Ollivier are Paige's younger brothers. The boys have been seen on American Horror Story, have held recurring roles on Shameless and True Blood, and more! To keep up to date make sure to keep checking back here at the site.








1. What was it like for Grant and Wyatt to film Blue-Eyed Butcher?

It was an amazing experience! They worked for 7 days and their "big brother" would come play in the trailer with them. They loved the cast and crew...especially all the snacks after they were done shooting scenes!


2. How did the boys enjoy working on American Horror Story?

It was a great cast and crew but working on a set where the time period was historical was a challenge. They never got comfortable wearing the costumes (a long white christening gown) and were constantly pulling off the bonnets!


3. What was the experience like for Grant and Wyatt to work on Shameless?

There were SO many kids on set all the time it was like a party! Between takes they would play with whoever else was on set that day. Even the adults were really fun and entertaining to be around!


4. Did they share equal time on screen or did one of them film more often?

Depending upon the scene one would work more than another. Wyatt was always alert and tracking so if they needed a baby to seem like he was paying attention or "deep in thought" they would use Wyatt. Grant was usually used for a sleeping baby or as the crying baby. Both ended up getting comparable screen time but some shots took longer to film than others.


5. How did Grant and Wyatt like working on True Blood?

It was THE BEST EXPERIENCE!! We cannot rave enough about TB! The cast and crew were so accommodating and the scenes were just hilarious! Every time we wrapped a scene everyone was cracking up because of how their character was being portrayed.

Grants favorite scene was when he filmed Baby Mikey writing "baby not yours" on the wall. He loved the smell of the scented marker and his face and hands were stained red for days after that scene!

Wyatts favorite scenes were when he got to work with Nelsan Ellis (Lafayette), especially when Lafayette kidnapped Mikey and was having a shoot out...they had a special bond.


6. What was it like for them to work with Carrie Preston?

She was wonderful! She is so funny and was always considerate of how the boys were doing in every scene.


7. Are there any funny stories from the True Blood set?

One fun tradition on set was to dress up this wooden duck in various costumes and place him in precarious positions. So every day it was fun to find the duck and see what crazy things he was wearing.

There were plenty of days when we came to set and saw signs everywhere "DO NOT BRING FOOD ON SET--LIVE JAGUARS!" And "LIVE ARMADILLO - He Bites!" TB had the most obscure wild animals that came to film so it was always funny to think "Oh here are these adorable 6 month old babies, jaguars, and an armadillo, all working on a show about vampires."


8. Is there a way to tell the boys apart on screen?

Grant has chubbier cheeks and a rounder head. Wyatt has a narrower face.


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

Wyatt loved working with Nelsan Ellis. They would hang out in between takes and Wyatt thought he was fascinating. Nelsan was amazing with the boys...he's a natural!

Grant loved working with Anna Paquin. She was immediately so caring and kind with the twins and was holding them and playing with them on their first day.


10. What is your favorite project that Grant and Wyatt have done so far?

They did an anti-smoking campaign commercial when they were 3 weeks old. It's the sweetest commercial and it's amazing to get to see them so young! It was their first job and it will always hold a special place in my heart.


We'd like to thank Grant, Wyatt, and their family for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 17 2014 by Lisa
9 Days Til' Christmas & Happy Hanukkah!




Merit Leighton is Marlowe's older sister. This year she has been seen on the Pete Halmes Show and has been busy working on the pilot for DadDudes. To keep up to date make sure to visit her official website, like her page on Facebook and follow her on Twitter.








1. How did you feel getting to watch your film A Tiger's Tail on DVD for the first time?

Watching Tiger's Tail with my friends, family and cast-mates was a fantastic experience. The screening helped raise money for Teen Impact Affiliates, which made it extra special.


2. What was the experience like working on The Pete Holmes Show?

SO SO funny...Pete is super sweet. Lots of kids + crazy improv comedy for 2 days = greatness.


3. Do you have a favorite event you've attended this year?

I had two favorite events this year...The "My Little Pony" premiere was amazing getting to meet some of my voice over hero's was a dream come true. Meeting writer Meghan McCarthy was crazy amazing, I love to write and she is a brilliant writer, I was pretty honored to meet her. The Looking Ahead Awards were truly inspiring, amazing speeches by Fred Savage, Tia and Tamera Mowry, Judy and Hillary Swank and many others. They spoke of kindness and treating people equally. It sent such a positive message about child actors and that made me happy and inspired.


4. What was the best part about being back in the recording studio for Sofia the First?

I have to say that it is my FAVORITE job in the world! Getting to voice an original character for Disney is such an honor. I also am doing additional voices on The Sofia the First project. More details coming about that soon!


5. How exciting is it to be a part of the soundtrack for the series?

CRAZY! Just incredible to be a part of the amazing music they write for the show, singing a duet with Ariel Winter was certainly a high point for me.


6. What was the best part of visiting the set of Girl Meets World?

Girl Meets World set is just like you think it would be. Everyone is super down to earth and nice. Seeing our friend August Maturo and the rest of the amazing cast is always fun. Getting to watch them work is awesome, it's a great show.


7. How did you react when you found out you booked DadDudes?

BEYOND happy. I really loved this pilot when I read it, so when I booked it I was ecstatic. Ryan O'Quinn and Todd Wilkerson who's hilarious viral video - Two Dads' response to Disney's "Frozen" star in the show. Todd plays my father and the amazing Joyce Giraud plays my mom Laura. Oh and Jerry Mather's - "The Beaver" is in the pilot as well. I'm just so thankful.


8. What can you tell us about your role in the series?

In Dad Dudes I play Olivia, Todd (Todd Wilkerson) and Laura's (Joyce Giraud) daughter. Olivia Is a good kid, a teenage girl that dresses pretty cool and loves her laptop and phone, but she is constantly being embarrassed by her dad (Todd Wilkerson)...Can't say much more, but trust me you will LAUGH!


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

The cast of Dad Dudes for sure was a high point! Todd Wilkerson, Ryan O'Quinn, Joyce Giraud, Tracy Melchior, Bradley Doresy, Sully Zack and Director Matthew Reithmayr. I want to thank Billy DaMota and Dea Vise for casting me in this project; it really was absolutely the best!


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

First I will say that I love working with the people at "Sofia the First" on all the various projects I've been fortunate enough to be a part of this year. Dad Dudes was super special, it's my first pilot with a great role, everyone at Dad Dudes made it INCREDILBLY fun, I did my first scene in a car and a football stadium, all amazing stuff.


We'd like to thank Merit for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!

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Posted on Dec 16 2014 by Lisa
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Kylie Burkholder appeared in multiple episodes of The Neighbors throughout 2013. This year she has been busy working on TV shows, films, music videos and more! To keep up to date make sure to like her page on Facebook and follow her on Twitter.








1. How did you get started in the industry?

I started singing at a very young age...to "The Little Mermaid." When I was 5 years old, I got approached by a lady in the mall (I was singing in the middle of Victoria Secret while my Mom shopped). She said that she worked for Disney and would LOVE for me to come in and discuss my future. We went in, and it was John Robert Powers, my Mom said NO.

3 years later, in the mall again, I saw a big stage set up saying "American Mall Model Search." My Dad said it's just a scam....my Mom said "I know how to say NO, I just want to see her get up on that stage in front of hundreds of people and watch her strut her stuff and sing her heart out. If she does, we will go find her representation!"

I designed my own shirt, had a photo session, walked the runway, and sang a song. A couple weeks later they sent me a letter in the mail saying that I won! They assigned me an agent, she was bad! I never ever heard from her.

After doing video auditions from that casting site, for months, I booked the role of Lead Vampire in an Indie film. I was so excited, but my Mom turned it down. She said the director was a creep, he kept on hitting on her telling her to leave my Dad so we could be 1 big happy family. He didn't follow the rules of minors and the thought of taking me to Colorado for a month to film with this guy freaked her out.

She told my acting coach about the whole thing.....I was then referred to a manager. She signed me immediately and after an audition in LA she had me stop by an agency. I did a read for them and was signed a few hours later!!


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

My 1st actual booking was "Not Another Celebrity Movie." I played a crazy Justin Bieber fan, which is funny because I didn't really like JB at that time! I remember talking to Dan Schneider about Victoria Justice and Ariana Grande, and Miranda Cosgrove and Jennette McCurdy. It was funny not long after when Sam and Cat came out....was kinda cool that he was talking to me about them to get info and see who was liked more.

I also remember that I was 8 years old. I was mad that I had to leave before they finished filming for the day. So, I stayed in the balcony and watched and learned what set life would be like......


3. What was your experience like working on The Neighbors?

Working on "The Neighbors" was really cool. I filmed 4 episodes with them and everyone on that set was so nice!

Being in a scene with Max and Abby drinking "special punch" with them and actually talking to them was AWESOME! We follow each other on Instagram....they make me laugh!


4. How did you enjoy filming Ghost Goggles?

Ghost Goggles was an incredible experience. I got to play a "Goth Girl" named "Rebecca." She was mean and talked badly to the main character. I had fun with this role....I got to get into the makeup and colored hair extensions and really just get funky! I had 7 wardrobe changes and felt so alive. I really like getting into character, being mean is opposite of myself normally, so it is fun for me to "Let it go!"


5. What was your time on set like working on When Calls the Heart?

"When Calls the Heart" was fun. It was the 1st time I actually got to meet famous people that I looked up to. When I saw Lori Loughlin in the makeup room in the chair next to me, I about flipped out. The day just kept getting better, I met her and she was soooooo nice. I love watching "Full House" so it was awesome getting to take a picture with her. I also met Maggie Grace and Jean Smart. Two more amazing ladies. But, the best part of that day was dressing in period clothing and making jokes with Michael Landon Jr.......


6. How do you prepare for an audition?

I prepare for an audition differently, depending on what it is for. If it is a commercial I eat right before I go! LOL...there really is no prep for a commercial, unless it has lines specifically. If it is for a theatrical role, I do my research. I watch episodes, if it is on air currently, or do any kind of research I can about the role I am auditioning for. Sometimes, I will go to my acting coach for a session.

I usually get goose bumps after and audition that I did really good on.


7. What was the best part of filming Diabolical?

Being booked as a Principle and having my own wardrobe, hair and makeup stylists was so exciting to me. The story line was interesting because it was based off of a true story. We had suggestions for lines, but really filmed improv style, which was awesome! It was a small set and they took really good care of us, they even brought me ice cream and Starbucks! There were dogs and horses on the property, so when I was not filming I got to hand out with the animals....I LOVE animals!


8. What is one of the coolest things you have ever gotten to do for a project?

I was booked a Principle role in a music video for "Frantic Ginger", playing 2 roles- Frenemy and Wicked Witch of the West.

It was great filming in the Lead singer's home.....Nicki Tudesco is so cool! My friend Claire Oldham and I were the 2 "Frenemy Girls" and we got to yell at Nicki and call her names and be "Mean Girls." I REALLY like playing a different person, being able to get into character, put on an outfit that normally isn't me.


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

Antonio Sabato Jr on "Little Women Big Cars" He was so much fun and I got to do two things I love acting and playing soccer for a whole week, with one of the coolest guys I know!

I auditioned for a role in a movie for Maria Olsen. They wanted me to bleach my hair blonde for the part and my Mom said no, I was too young and my hair color was too pretty to already mess with. Maria Olsen sent me a friend request on Facebook and told me that by far I had the best audition and that she would LOVE to work with me in the future! She has recommended me to other directors and I have booked a few jobs with our mutual connections now. She also wrote a role for a short film with me in mind when she wrote it. We film soon!


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

I LOVE to play different characters and I really like horror films. I played a kid zombie in "Call of the Dead 2" and I got my head blown off with a shotgun in that movie. The director liked me so much that he wrote me into "Call of the Dead 3" and let me get my revenge by being the Lead Zombie and kill "Jarrod" the guy that shot me in part 2. Being in FX makeup is fun it really helps me get into character! I love the blood too, it's chocolate!!! Yummmmm.....


Is there anything else you would like to add?

Thanks for interviewing me!!!

Kylie Burkholder
www.imdb.me/kylieburkholder


We'd like to thank Kylie for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!

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Posted on Dec 16 2014 by Lisa
10 Days Til' Christmas!




Elizabeth and Mariam Tovey appeared on Days of our Lives as Sydney Dimera, and this year have been seen in a commercial for Samsung! To keep up to date make sure to visit their official website and like their page on Facebook.








1. What was your shoot with Steven Wetherbee like?

Steven Wetherbee is a great talented photographer and extremely fun and very kind person to work with. Steven is also a music producer and he owns a music studio, so we had our first song recorded in his studio. The song will be out soon.


2. What was the girls favorite sets to work on at Days?

The Christmas scene set where we opened gifts and we got to keep them. When we filmed Sydney's birthday party too.


3. How did they like working with Renée Jones?

Working with Renée felt like working with a real aunt. She is really professional and very sweet.


4. What was it like to get to work together for their Samsung commercial?

The Samsung Commercial is an international commercial. Everybody on set was great to work with, It felt like family. The shoot was so much fun. It is always great to book a job with a nice crew.


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

We were laughing because it is a very funny commercial.


6. What is the best thing about seeing yourselves on television?

We love it. We learn to improve our acting in classes to show the best for all of you. We love to share our talent with all of you.


7. Elizabeth, how did you enjoy shooting with Jen Pinkston?

It was so much fun I was a fashion designer. Something very funny happened with both of us. I will let Mariam tell you about it.


8. Mariam, what was your shoot with Jen Pinkston like?

It was a great shoot; I got to be a Rabbit. I was shooting with a photographer and Elizabeth was shooting with another photographer, so when we finished the shoot, one of the photographers said to me when she saw Elizabeth next to me, "There are 2 of you here." I smiled and told her yes we are twins, and we took a picture with her.


9. How did you enjoy getting to dress up for it?

We love to dress up for Halloween.


10. What else have you two been up to this year?

We just recorded our first song in the studio of Steven Wetherbee and we filmed a music video for it. We can't wait to share it with all of you.


Anything else you'd like to add?

We would love to share our movie that it is showing on Lifetime The Nightmare Nanny we had a principle role. So hope you enjoy it. Have a very Merry Christmas everyone.


We'd like to thank Elizabeth and Mariam for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 15 2014 by Heaven
10 Days Til' Christmas!




Niko Baur appeared on Parenthood last season and has also been seen on The Young and the Restless. This year he has been busy working on Rake, filming a commercial for Purina, and more! To keep up to date make sure to visit his official website, like his page on Facebook, and follow him on Twitter.







1. What was your experience like being an MC at the Santa Clarita Day for Kids Event?

I really enjoyed hosting the Day for Kids event. When I was first asked to do it, I was nervous, since I had never done anything like that before, but once I got there and was up on stage, I really got into it. It was amazing seeing all of the different performers do their thing and seeing all of the things that were donated for the kids. It was a really fun day and I am looking forward to hosting next year.


2. How did you like working with Mackenzie Aladjem on Parenthood?

Mackenzie was really nice. It would be great if we got to work together in the future.


3. What was it like working with Hugh Laurie on House?

Amazing. I was really excited when I found out I had booked the show. My family and I always watched the show. Mr. Laurie was very nice to me and made me feel very comfortable on set. I also realized how tall he was. I did not expect that, but then again I was very short. I also enjoyed the tour I was given of the set. It was really cool.


4. Do you have a favorite part of filming your Purina commercial?

My favorite part was getting to pet and hold the kittens. The director was Eriq La Salle, it was very cool meeting an entertainer of his caliber.


5. What was the experience like filming Rake?

It was really great. It was filmed on the Sony picture lot, which is a really cool place. There was one scene that we had to keep re-shooting for some reason and I had to tie my brothers shoes in it over and over again...it became a joke and everybody was cracking up. I got to meet Ian Colletti, he was really nice.


6. How did you enjoy working with Greg Kinnear?

I did not know what to expect. He was very, very professional and very nice. He would be really into a scene and then the next minute he was joking around. I was very glad I was able to work with him.


7. What was your time on set like filming your Hillshire Farm commercial?

That was one of the most fun shoots I have had. We were at an elementary school in their cafeteria. They had a bunch of kids on set and all they were told to do was have a food fight! They placed food in front of them and just told them to throw it at each other! It went on all day and it was a mess. The only bad part was that I wasn't able to be part of the food fight...I had to crawl on the ground trying to SAVE my sandwich.


8. What was your favorite part of playing Ryder in The Curse of the Sunset Starlet?

My favorite part was meeting Sally Kirkland and Kathleen Wilhoite. Oh and of course, the gory fake death scene, where my grandmother pretended to slit my throat...blood was everywhere. Lori Precious, the director, was great; she always had something to say and was very humorous.


9. Who have been your biggest influences/inspirations within the industry?

Most likely comedians like Robin Williams. I have always had a joking personality and I saw acting as an outlet for that, even though the roles that I usually like are serious which a contrast to my personality.


10. What have you been up to this year?

I started my Sophomore year in high school. I take my education very seriously, so I have dedicated almost all my time to achieving straight A's in all my classes. One of my classes is Film, which I really enjoy because I get to write, direct and film different kinds of projects. Besides school, I continue to be active in professional acting, taking classes, going out on auditions and when I am lucky enough, get to work on set with some awesome performers.


11. Are you involved with any specific charities?

There is a non-profit that I would like to tell you about. It is called The Artistic Dreams foundation. It was formed to help young talented performers who are in need. It is a great foundation. I would love to have the word spread about this. Most of the help they provide is non-monetary such as full scholarships to acting, singing or dance lessons, free headshots, assistance with dance or acting outfits, meeting agents, managers and casting directors. It's a great way to help really talented kids, that can't afford to keep their dream alive. If you'd like to find out more you can go to their website at http://www.artisticdreamsfoundation.org/


Is there anything else you would like to add?

I have been honored to work with some very talented people. Actors, Coaches, directors , crew, my agents at Coast to Coast and my awesome manager, Annet McCroskey of Artistic Endeavors who has been with me from the start. Everyone I have met along this journey has taught me so much. Thanks goes out to all of them. Thank you to those who have been part of my journey. I hope everyone has an awesome holiday season and has a really healthy and happy 2015.


We'd like to thank Niko for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!

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Posted on Dec 15 2014 by Lisa
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Athena Talin Katalaris has worked on multiple episodes of The Neighbors. This year she's been seen in Dance-Off, and released her first music video! To keep up to date make sure to like her page on Facebook and follow her on Twitter.









1. What was your time on set like filming Nursery Rhyme?

The time on set on Nursery Rhyme was great with a great, cast and crew. We got to jump rope on set.


2. How did you enjoy working on After Her Birthday?

After Her Birthday was a short film I got to play the part of Libby.


3. What was the experience like filming Dance Off?

Dance Off was a fun film to work on I was the Smile Winner. Everyone was super nice. I got to meet Shane Harper. It's a great dance movie to watch.


4. How did you like working with Marlowe Peyton?

Marlowe Peyton is a sweet girl, she was nice to work with.


5. Do you have a favorite event you've attended this year?

I do have a favorite event that I attended this year it is Walk For Kids Growth for Human Growth Foundation.


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

I don't have a favorite person. I really have enjoyed working with all of them.


7. How did you enjoy recording your song Here We Go?

I really had a lot of fun recording my first single "Here We Go" It was written by Tony Rodini.


8. What was the experience like filming your music video for it?

Filming my first music video was exciting! My friends were in my music video and it made it more special. Angelo Costa did a great job directing my video.


9. How does it feel to have your song being heard on various music outlets?

It feels amazing to hear my song "Here We Go" on Internet stations. It's now playing on Pandora and was super excited when my friends at school said they heard it on Pandora.


10. Can we expect more music from you in 2015?

Yes more music is coming in 2015. I will be recording my next song in a few weeks.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

I am thankful for everyone that I got to work with in 2014. Thanks for everyone that has and is supporting me. You guys are amazing. Happy Holidays to you all.


We'd like to thank Athena for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!

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Robbie Smith is Randall's older brother. This year he's been seen for Next UK and you've likely seen his Apple commercial airing last Thanksgiving! To keep up to date make sure to follow him on Twitter.








1. What was the experience like going on your first audition?

Well, I was kinda nervous, but I did a great job.


2. How awesome was it getting to work for Apple?

It was really awesome because they had lots of snacks. It was real food there!


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

We had to pretend we were eating. I had to look at this pie and take a piece of the pie. The first piece was small, the second piece I took was big. I almost took the whole pie, and everyone laughed.


4. How did you react when you saw it on TV for the first time?

I was really proud of myself, and my family was very happy.


5. What was the best part about working for Next UK?

I don't know, I just had sooo much fun. Everything was my favorite part.


6. What inspired you to start learning the drums?

I just wanted to.


7. Have you gotten to go to the YR studio with your brother?

No, not yet. I'm at school when he goes.


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

I would love to be on a TV show or commercial with my brother.


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

I love going into auditions with my brother.


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

I did this commercial (PSA) for some medicine or something in Africa, that was so much fun. It was fun because I played soccer, and I had to pretend to be sick.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

I hope you have a great Christmas, Merry Christmas!


We'd like to thank Robbie for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 14 2014 by Lisa
12 Days Til' Christmas!




Claire Elizabeth Oldham appeared in an episode of The Neighbors in 2013. This year she has been busy working on The Nut Job, Scout, a PSA, and more! To keep up to date make sure to like her page on Facebook and follow her on Twitter.








1. What was the experience like working on your Ban Bossy PSA?

It was really fun! I liked meeting all the girls that were on the PSA. Everyone on the crew was SUPER nice! I am always amazed at how the final product comes out. I originally had 4 lines and ended up with one word. But that's how it goes....


2. How did you like working on Maker Shack Agency?

I had fun that day playing a nerdy girl (not really a stretch for me LOL) Best part was getting to hang out with my buddy CJ Berdahl between shoots.


3. What was your time on set like filming The Neighbors?

I remember that being a really long day on set. There was a lot of hurry up and wait that day, but I did meet my friend Kylie Burkholder and we've been good friends ever since.


4. How did you enjoy being on Family Game Night?

Family Game night was a fun experience because my cousins were with me, and it was their first experience on a set and it was fun hanging out with them.


5. What was the best part of working on Modern Family?

The best part of working on Modern Family I will have to say is THE FOOD ROCKS! I've always had friends on set working too so that's always a plus!


6. How do you spend your time off set at shoots?

When I'm not doing school, or on set, I'm either watching behind the scenes or I'm reading or knitting.


7. What was it like filming Lost and Found?

Lost and Found was a really fun experience! It's been one of my favorite sets to work on. The cast and crew was really chill and fun to work with. It was fun transforming from a little girl to a teenager, I played an 8, 10 and 13 year old girl even though I was only 11.


8. How did it feel to win an Audience Choice Award for your role in Daddy's Little Girl?

It was a huge surprise! Everyone else that won an award that night knew they were nominated...I was the only one that didn't know in advance. It was really cool to go up on stage and get my award. I won a steady cam, although secretly I wanted the crystal award that everyone else got. (at 9 years old, now I love the steady cam) Walking the red carpet and all the photos and meeting all the people after was really fun too! That was an AMAZING night!!


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

I've learned so much and have loved working with Jeffrey Weissman over the years in both theater and on the big screen. Lucinda Chrisman has been my movie mom two times and so sweet! Deeder Murray-Holmes, Dellany Peace, Constantin Preda, Waymon Boone are also some cool people that I've loved working with. A favorite interview of mine was with David Cook, he was sooo nice in person.


10. What can you tell us about your new project Scout?

I worked on Scout for 1 day. It was a very secret set, so I can't say much. They were very adamant about no photos of the celebs or posting anything on social media about the project. My hair is brunette in this movie, which is kinda cool. My mom met Danny Glover and he was very nice.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

Besides acting, I'm teaching myself piano, love reading and writing, and have been having a blast with my latest hobby of doing special FX makeup. One of these days is love to work on a project with Jennifer Lawrence and would love to sing with Taylor Swift, oh and I'd still love to have that milkshake date with David Cook.


We'd like to thank Claire for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!
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Gabriel Maddox Maier appeared in an episode of The Young and the Restless last year. This year he has been busy working for Banzai, Petsmart, and his Ford commercial is currently airing! To keep up to date make sure to like his page on Facebook.








1. What was your time on set like filming your Petsmart commercial?

I loved working on my Petsmart commercial. I got to shoot two different spots. And I loved working with my co-star. He was nice and fluffy!


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

I couldn't believe that was me on the TV. Kinda embarrassed but proud the same time.


3. What is the best part about getting to work for the Disney Store?

When we filmed that spot, we filmed it in an actual Disney store and I got to play with a lot of the toys in there. Absolute best part of that job? They gave me so many toys and t-shirts. Really great!


4. What was your day on set like filming The Young and the Restless?

When I was on Y&R, it was a totally different experience. It was so quick, very fast paced. I had to learn blocking and it was only one or two takes.


5. How did you enjoy shooting for Banzai?

Banzai was super fun! We got to play on huge water slides all day. What a life!


6. What was the experience like working on A Place Called Hollywood?

On the set if A Place Called Hollywood, I got to work with some of my actor friends. It was a laid back vibe.


7. What was it like working with director Gregori J. Martin?

The director was super cool to work with.


8. How did you like shooting your commercial for Hershey's?

Shooting Hershey's was very challenging for me. I was a last minute replacement and got my script (entirely in Spanish) the night before. I worked with an awesome cast that helped me through that shoot.


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

One of my favorite was director Stacey Peralta, who shot my Ford spot this year. We talked a lot about skateboarding


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

I love working on the McDonalds spot. I made so many new friends and it was such a big production. And the best part of all...I got to see myself on TV!!


We'd like to thank Gabriel for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!

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Posted on Dec 13 2014 by Lisa
13 Days Til' Christmas!




Madison Dae Clarion appeared on The Neighbors back in 2013. This year she has been busy working on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Comedy Bang! Bang!, and you may have seen her in the music video for Alesso's single Heroes (We Could Be)! To keep up to date make sure to visit her page on Facebook and follow her on Twitter.







1. How did you get started in the industry?

My mom says that I was too shy when I was little so she enrolled me into theatre camp when I was 5 years old. She always says she thinks they overdid it! Anyway I did that for about five years. The camp was associated with First Stage Children's Theater in Milwaukee WI. This is one of the oldest children's repertory groups in the US. When I was 10 they called me for an audition for their Milwaukee Performing Arts Christmas play. There were 800 kids trying out for this prestigious play. Much to my surprise, I was cast as a lead in "Junie B. Jingle Bells Batman Smells". We performed 25 shows in the month of December, before houses of 500 people. My acting shoes were well-broken in and I adored it all-the costume fittings, the rehearsals, the tech nights, opening night-you name it! However, right before this happened, I had been on a "Passport to Discovery Cruise" for aspiring models and actors. The ship had 1000 competitors ages 5 to 21. After 3 days of competitions, the judges, who were agents, casting directors and managers from NY and LA had callbacks in the ship's dining room. It turned out that I had the most callbacks of all the kids on the whole ship! I had many people recruiting me to Hollywood, so after the Christmas play closed, mom, me and two geriatric cats moved to LA. And we are still living and growing here while keeping our Wisconsin connections as strong as ever with frequent visits to our home there.


2. What was it like filming the Disney In Summer music video?

This was a 2 day shoot and I adored every minute! I had the most fun on the shoot because we had a choreographer and learned the dance routine before the actual filming. I loved the swingy pink dress I was wearing because it fit the dance routine perfectly. We sang the chorus too. I made many new friends on that set, including in the crew, that I still talk with. I became friends with Mackenzie, the great lead of the video. She is so much fun!


3. What the experience like working on Jimmy Kimmel Live?

I was on Jimmy Kimmel twice. First time, the skit was about Michelle Obama and the Secret Service agents, but that wasn't the best part about it. The best part was using a green screen! Then second time it was about summer camps. The camp they made up was Camp Long Term Storage. The premise was that cheap parent put their kids in storage bins for the summer instead of camp. We got to be in an actual storage unit box, which was cool! We did swimming, s'mores, kayaking, and pounded on the storage unit to attempt an escape...too cool.


4. How did you enjoy working on Chicago Fire?

This was one of my very first jobs and I was totally excited! My eyes were like saucers and I knew this is where I belonged. The cameras and lighting and all the action of filming was incredibly fascinating to me. I wanted to know how it all worked; why everything was the way it was. I remember I gave up my 11th birthday party to be there by my own choice. I knew this was what I wanted even then, enough to miss my own birthday party!


5. What was your time on set like filming The Neighbors?

I was also on that show twice. The first time I played an alien kid at a Country Club and the second time some controversial kid in class with Dick Butkus. The set was really interesting because the whole outdoors of the house is right inside on a soundstage. All the principals were totally fun and cool too.


6. What was it like working on the music video for Heroes (We Could Be)?

It was one of the most amazing things I have ever done. I had to use method acting as I imagined I could freeze water, turning it into ice. I felt like a silent movie actor from 1920 as I let my feelings show with my eyes alone. This scene occurred in the spookiest set I have ever experienced: a dungeon in an ancient basement in skid row-downtown Los Angeles. I was petrified! The other actors were some of the coolest people I have ever encountered on set. Alesso was really quiet and shy. The two huge bodyguards in the white coats were my biggest fans, so to speak. They constantly sat with me on breaks to hear my stories. What a fun shoot that was. That video has over 5 million hits now and Alesso runs it during his huge shows, including the big one coming up in Las Vegas for New Year's Eve. I'll never forget that shoot.


7. How do you prepare for an audition?

I normally search up the director, producer, writer, and casting director. I use IMDB, casting about and any other search engine that helps. If the show is a pilot then I see if I can find any video clips on the show because sometimes they put out previews on shows. It is so important to me to feel the timing and tempo of the show before I begin studying the lines. If there are no video clips I look at past work of the writer and director for an idea of the timing. I think about who the character really is and where she is -who are the other characters and what is really happening here in this scene. Then I try to relate it to something I have already experienced myself. Then I read it from top to bottom without missing a single word of any line or stage direction. Next I look for the other characters' scripts to get more of a background of the show to understand it even better. Next I memorize. After that follows the direction of how to say each specific line; after that I work on the reactions. And finally do it with everything I just learned. If I think that I did a good job with everything then, that is the end of my preparation. I rehearse it many times to make sure I know the lines. I will have coaching if I think the part requires it, just depends.


8. What was the day like filming Modern Family?

This is another show on which I have had two appearances. One was a theater scene and the other was an awesome carnival scene. It was soooo disappointing that we could not ride any of the rides. There were dummies having a great time on them all day though! I was so jellie...


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

I enjoy working with the adult crew members on many sets. I love to ask questions about their jobs and how they make the production work so well. This helps me to learn more of what the film industry is all about.


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

My favorite project will be the one that I write, produce, direct and star in myself. Watch for it!


Is there anything else you would like to add?

Last summer I had my first big screen appearance and even had a stunt coordinator for it. This was the Earth to Echo NBA Cinemark Promotional video. It was shown before all showings of Earth to Echo at all Cinemark Theaters nationwide. Sad to say there are not may Cinemark Theaters in LA! Anyway I rode in the basket of a bike like ET and the bike was driven by Ricky Rubio of the Minnesota Timberwolves, Shawn Marion of the Dallas Mavericks, and DeAndre Jordan of the Clippers in the film. All were such nice people to work with and all had HUGE feet!


We'd like to thank Madison for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 12 2014 by Lisa
13 Days Til' Christmas!




Terrapin Teague appeared in two episodes of Parenthood last season. She has recently been busy working on multiple shows such as Castle, Nickelodeon's Nicky, Ricky, Dicky, and Dawn, and was just on Pretty Little Liars this week! To keep up to date make sure to like her page on Facebook.







1. How did you get started in the industry?

I've been dancing for 8 years and professionally for the last 4 years. Because some of my friends were working some background TV shows in LA they told me to try because it's fun! I always loved to be singing to friends and family, of course dancing and acting. So we signed with an agency and every job I'd go I'd be featured and got bumped up on a Nickelodeon show that will air in January 2015. I absolutely love to "work", acting on shows or modeling...


2. What was the experience like walking the runway for Nancy Vuu?

I went to the fitting for the Nancy Vuu LA Week Show but the dress she needed a model was a little long for me so I couldn't walk the runway for her. Nancy Vuu us so amazing she sent me a VIP invitation and my mom and I went to her show. It was so beautiful and magical!!! I got to walk on the red carpet, see some friends that were walking the runway and enjoy a beautiful show!!! It was such an unforgettable night!!


3. What was it like working on Parenthood?

Working on Parenthood was fun. It was one of the first couple shows I worked on. There were a lot of kids and we were in a school. I had fun and surprisingly my scenes are so amazing and I loved watching myself on the two episodes.


4. How did you enjoy filming your episode of Castle?

Castle was a fun, busy show to work on. The scene was also on a school with a lot of kids...we were playing on the playground for hours. It was cool and the crew were awesome, as always.


5. What was the best part of working on Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn?

Nicky, Ricky, Dicky and Dawn is my favorite show I worked. It was sooo nice meeting all the kids and the NRDD family. They are sooo funny and are always laughing shooting the episodes because it's always funny! I had the best time ever!! We had a rehearsal then we were shooting in a different day! It was amazing and I cannot wait for the episode to air in January 2015.


6. How do you like shooting for Jelly the Pug?

Jelly The Pug is always a pleasure!!! I loove their colorful, fun outfits, dresses, even PJs. The studio is soo cool and fun and I love Natalie Warr, the photographer. It's an easy shoot because you just have to be yourself and enjoy the moment wearing a pretty dress. It's my regular lifestyle...I love Jelly the Pug Collections.


7. What was your time on set like filming The League?

Working on The League was cool. I was playing basketball with other girls I met there and we became friends. It was kinda funny because we were not good basketball players and the scene was a good basketball game...so we had fun "trying" our best and showing our game!! Haha.


8. What was the experience like working in New York City?

Ohhhh Working in New York was AMAZING but cold!!! I had big photoshoots there for big brands like ShoSho Bella, Neon Kisses etc...but the shooting were in the morning when it was freezing...or at the end of the day when it was freezing.The funny part was that I was shooting with amazing models from NY or Jersey and they were fine...I was the only one from California shaking and turning blue while shooting. But I did my best, and finishes all the shoots like a pro!!! Then I'd run to the car and roll myself in a blanket.


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

I think I love working!!! Doesn't matter what I'm doing...if it's a TV show, a short film, a music video or a photoshoot!!! I love doing all of them and I love being busy!!! All the people I've met and worked with were/are so amazing and nice...and I think this makes me love what I do even more! I've never had any bad experience in this business, so I love the photographers, directors, PAs etc...the whole crew are always fun and I enjoy every day I have to work...


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

I don't think i have a favorite project. When I get something I get super happy and excited and I fall in love with the scene and the person I'm gonna be and I do my best!! Then the next one comes and the same thing happens...so I love every single job I have/had to the moon and back!


Is there anything else you would like to add?

My music videos, "Trash Talk" by Pip Andrew and "Lost Again" By Quigley (I'm the principal actress in both of them) are going to be out in January and the other one February 2015... My first Short Film "Desperadas" by Dave Oleary was at the San Diego Fall Film Festival...and something big coming this work that I'll share soon :D I love my life!! THANK YOU!


We'd like to thank Terrapin for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!

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Posted on Dec 12 2014 by Lisa
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Ilana and Adam Karchmer are older sister and brother to Ellie and Rose. This year Ilana has been seen in a Kia video and Adam was in the movie 22 Jump Street aswell as returning for another season of The League. To keep up to date make sure to check back here.







1. What has it been like for Adam to return for another season of The League?

He is so happy when he hears he gets to work on The League! He really enjoys it because he knows all of the cast and crew. He really likes to joke around with them!


2. What was his experience like to film the second episode?

Adam worked so hard for that episode! It was a great lesson in patience while he sat in make-up having the mustache and body hair applied! The mustache was applied one hair at a time. There were also a couple of different versions of the mustache before they decided how they wanted it to look. Adam loved filming the baseball scenes. They were filmed at the field where he actually plays Little League in real life!


3. How does Ilana prepare for her auditions?

Ilana likes learning lines and putting on the special clothes that I set aside just for auditions.


4. What was Ilana's favorite part of filming her Kia video?

She enjoyed getting to make funny faces and laughing!


5. What has she been up to this year?

Ilana has been having fun at school and working on Annie in her drama class. She's playing the orphan named "July"


6. How did Adam enjoy filming Conan?

Adam had a blast at Conan. He likes getting to do funny skits and being silly.


7. What was the time on set like for Adam to film True Blood?

The scene was filmed very late. It was the latest that Adam has ever stayed up! He was excited to be in a suit and liked being at a table with other kids. I think he will think it was pretty cool to be in the final scene for that show.


8. What was his shoot for Arrested Development like?

Adam was called in as a last minute replacement for the role. He got the call and we rushed to set. It was a funny party scene with lots of extras. He had a blast playing with the party props when he wasn't filming. He also got to say a line to Will Arnett that ended up being cut.


9. How did he enjoy working with Mae Whitman?

Mae was so sweet and kind to Adam. They got to play with puppets together.


10. Does Adam have a favorite scene he's done for The League?

It would be too hard for him to pick just one favorite scene! He feels so lucky to have writers who write such funny story lines that include him!!!


We'd like to thank Ilana and Adam for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!



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Austin Oesterling has appeared in episodes of both Parenthood and Touch. This year he's been seen in SuperKids, did commercial and packaging work for the new Rabbid Ivasion video game, and more! To keep up to date make sure to visit his official website and like his page on Facebook.







1. How did you get started in the industry?

Well it all started when I was with my mom at the mall and I saw a sign-up sheet for a Cat Walk and Talent show. So I signed up. I ended up winning the whole thing. My first place prize was a year free on a casting website where I did a few small jobs. After that I realized I had a natural talent for acting so my parents obtained a manager who laid out a path for me and well...lead me to where I am today.


2. How was the experience different filming Parenthood vs Touch?

Well on Touch there was myself and a few other kids so there was more personal attention. On Parenthood there were a ton of kids so it was pretty much you shoot and go. But I had a blast on both and can't wait to do it again.


3. What was the process like working on SuperKids?

The process of filming SuperKids was fun and a great experience. It was filmed all on a green screen. It was my first time working with a green screen so it took some getting used to. If you have never worked with a green screen I definitely recommend it. Being that everything in the film was VGI, we pretty much had to use pure imagination while acting the whole time.


4. How did you feel seeing the final version of the film with the special effects?

Seeing SuperKids for the first time when it was finished was awesome. I am really into super heroes and comics. So to be able to play one myself was great. It was crazy to see it go from green screen to full CGI.


5. How did you enjoy working on Parks and Recreation?

It was cool working on Parks and Rec because even though it was summer we were filming a Halloween scene. So I got to dress up and at the end of the day I got a ton of candy.


6. What was your time on set like filming Let Me Help You?

My time on set filming LMHY was awesome. We all got along real well and we all joked and played around a lot. I got to work with some great people who now I call my friends. It was also very informative as I got to see how everything was filmed and how it was made.


7. What was the best part of working on your Pictionary commercial?

The best part of working on the Mattel Pictionary commercial was well...to be honest everything about it was my favorite...haha. But if I had to pick just one thing it was when it was my turn to get up and draw.


8. How cool is it to be on the cover of the new Rabbid Invasion video game?

It's very cool to be on the cover of the Rabbids Invasion video game. I'm a big gamer so it's cool to go into Gamestop and other stores and see myself on all the covers. Originally I was just filming the commercial but after we were done the director came up and said he wanted me on the cover along with the two other kids that are on there as well. It was definitely a blessing.


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

To be quite honest it's been a blessing being able to work with everyone I have worked with thus far. But one of my very favorites is Kyle Wright better known as Damian in LMHY. We had a blast. It was like working with an older brother. Mr. Walberg who was the director of both the Pictionary commercial and Dragons commercial was also very fun to work with. He was very nice and informative. I hope to get to work with him again.


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

Nickelodeon's Rabbid Invasion was pretty cool but so far the best was LMHY. It was the first time I was able to be my own character and be able to express and feel as that character. The whole experience was great.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

To all those out there still on the daily grind and those just starting out, remember everyone is different. For some it takes but a small amount of time to land that big project and for others it takes a bit longer. Just remember your time will come. There's a role out there for everyone. I've been at this working hard for three years and my dream is to make this my career. I really love acting and all that I get to do. Someday I hope to grace your TV's and movie screens.

Thank-you Star-Kidz for all that you do and for allowing me to do this.

Austin Oesterling.


We'd like to thank Austin for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!

(Image by Chris Evans)
Posted on Dec 10 2014 by Lisa
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Londyn Silzer is the younger sister of Brooklyn. This year she appeared in an episode of General Hospital. She can also been seen for Disney. To keep up to date make sure to check back here.








1. What was it like shooting for the Disney Store?

It was my first job and was so excited to work for Disney! I loved being Izzie from Jake & the Neverland Pirates. They had someone on set making balloons and making me laugh the whole time!


2. How did you enjoy filming the Michelin commercial?

It was so much fun to work with my sister and we had the best two days working together. I played the younger version of the girl and Brooklyn the older.


3. How much fun is it getting to work with your big sister?

It is so cool. I really love being able to play with her and doing new things together. She is my best friend❤️


4. What was the best part of filming your Crest video?

Getting to eat all of the candy we wanted! At the end of the day I couldn't eat any more candy. They gave us cotton candy to take home! Also, I loved the sheep costume they made for me.


5. How do you like hanging out at the GH studio?

I love it and especially when I get to see Jason- he is so funny! I have fun watching everyone on set- they are always so nice.


6. Who are some of your favorite people to see when you go?

Jason, all of the kids and Mr. Frank (Exec. Prod.)!!


7. How did you feel when you found out you'd get to be in an episode?

I screamed- I couldn't wait to see myself on TV with Brooklyn and I got to be a ballerina!


8. What was the experience like filming your scene?

It was a lot of fun and Nicolas kept making me laugh. We tried not to giggle too much when taping.


9. What is your favorite part about attending GH Fan Weekend?

Seeing all of my sisters friends and hanging out with everyone!


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

General Hospital- I love it there.


Anything else you'd like to add?

Thanks to everyone who is so nice to me & my sister. We have been blessed to be able to work together and doing new projects! Wishing everyone a Merry Christmas


We'd like to thank Londyn for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 09 2014 by Heaven
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17 Days Til' Christmas!




Brisa Turk is the younger sister of Terrapin. She has been seen for Jelly the Pug, Who's Little? and has appeared on numerous television shows including Chasing Life and Major Crimes. To keep up to date make sure to like her page on Facebook.








1. What was it like shooting for Little Trendsetter?

Shooting for Little trendsetter was lots of fun . I had to wake up early and travel to the location, but when we started shooting I had fun. Really like changing the beautiful outfits, dresses and jackets...really loooved my hair Tammie Ter Veen, the photographer, styled...also loved the kitty ears I was wearing.


2. What is the best part about shooting for Jelly the Pug?

Shooting for Jelly the Pug its always sooo much fun!!! First we shoot close to my house do it's a plus not traveling for this shoot, also Natalie Warr, the photographer, she's so calm and fun...her studio is super cool because she has toys and a skate board. I love to shoot for Jelly The Pug.


3. Do you have a favorite outfit you've gotten to wear for them?

I think my favorite outfit I modeled lately it was Jelly the Pug Halloween Collection...they were so colorful and fun. I really liked their Halloween dresses.


4. How did you enjoy shooting for Who's Little?

The shoot for Who's little? Was amazing because I had 4 friends with me and we had beautiful dresses and fun shoes. The location was soo cool because we were walking by San Juan Capistrano Mission CA and taking pictures holding hands...playing ring around the roses...climbing trees etc...it was such a fun photoshoot with LillyK Photography.


5. What was the experience like working on Major Crimes?

Working on Major Crimes was my first TV job. Call time was very early and I had to take pictures pretending I was dead :( It was fun because the actors and crew were soo nice and they helped me a lot. I was only 3 so when I got tired and cranky they had balloons, ice cream and candy for me hahaha. I finished all the scenes I had to do and I was very happy to work with such good and fun people. My pretend mom said I was pretty!


6. How did you feel seeing yourself on TV?

My whole family was watching the episode of Major Crimes when it aired and my sister and I were laughing when we saw my face and the scenes on TV. I liked it.


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

I've done photoshoots with my sister and we like to work together...not TV yet...but I think I like taking pictures and doing photoshoots with my sister.


8. What was the best part about working on Chasing Life?

Working on Chasing Life was fun but a little hard. We had to be sick kids and I had to pretend I had no hair, so the wardrobe ladies put a tirbant on my head and that day it was 100' degrees in LA. I'm glad the scenes were in a hospital, so inside the hospital, the ac was on...but again the crew and people were so amazing they made everything happened fast and perfect! It was pretty cool working on Chasing Life.


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

In this business everyone is so nice and it's so much fun to work. I love working on TV shows, commercials or photoshoots. The actors, directors, crew and photographers are always awesome and always help if I'm having a hard time, or tired or hungry...its lots of fun what I do...and every project is a different fun lesson and new great people in my life.


10. Is there anything else you would like to add?

Like I said...it's so much fun to work ...TV or photoshoots...always meet new and fun friends, always have a good time and I always learn something new!!! I love to work. I feel so blessed I'm in this business and my mom can take me everywhere and let my sister and I do what we love: act, sing, dance, play, learn, etc...🙏💕 thank you so much!!

Dani (Mom) and Brisa


We'd like to thank Brisa for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!

(Image by Julie Daniels)
Posted on Dec 08 2014 by Lisa

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