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February Q&A Series - Jaelen Haskett




Jaelen Haskett is a young actor from the New York and Philadelphia area. Last year he was seen in episodes of My Dirty Little Secret, A Crime to Remember, and has been seen on product packaging for Crayola! To keep up to date make sure to visit his website, like his page on Facebook and follow him on Instagram.








1. How did you enjoy shooting for Crayola?

It was really really fun we got to play inside and outside!


2. What was it like to see yourself on the product packaging?

I couldn't believe it we were in NYC at Toys R Us and my mom showed me.


3. What was your time on set like filming My Dirty Little Secret?

It was great the people were very nice and funny.


4. Do you have a favorite part of auditioning?

I like everything about auditioning.


5. What was the experience like shooting for a cookbook?

It was sooo cool but took a lot of time to get the perfect shots I can't wait to see it!


6. What was the best part of working on A Crime to Remember?

All of us kids got to play at the park the entire time we were shooting.


7. How did you enjoy filming for Juicy Juice?

It was nice and the juice is soooo good too.


8. What was it like working with Sherri Shepherd on High Hoops?

She's nice and gave me great tips we even met her super big dogs!


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

Ms. Sherri and all the other kids I've ever met.


10. Do you have a favorite project that you have worked on?

Getting to film on a Harlem rooftop when I did Tar Beach.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

I'm excited for all the projects I will book in 2016!


We'd like to thank Jaelen for participating in our February Q&A series!

(Image by Rena Durham)
Posted on Feb 10 2016 by Lisa
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Weekend Round Up!
* Kayla Madison filmed an episode of The Middle.

* Eden McCoy filmed a Maitre Gims and Sia music video.

* Brooklyn Rae Silzer filmed a McDonald's commercial.

* Madison Rojas filmed a Juicy Juice commercial.

* Gabriel Maddox Maier filmed a McDonald's commercial.

* Nicolas Bechtel can be seen in The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story which premiered on February 2nd.

* Isabella Cramp had her series Colony renewed for a second season.
Posted on Feb 07 2016 by Lisa
February Q&A Series - Megan Flynn




Megan Flynn is a young actress from the New York and Philadelphia area. She has recently been seen on Urban Trinity: The Story of Catholic Philadelphia and Monsters and Mysteries in America. To keep up to date make sure to visit our Facebook Page.









1. How did you enjoy working on – Monsters and Mysteries in America?

It was amazing! My first "lead" role on a National TV show.


2. What was the best part of filming Urban Trinity: The Story of Catholic Philadelphia?

The production was very nice and the filming was pretty quick. It was also nice to learn about the history of Catholic Philadelphia. My role was playing the younger version of Catharine Drexel.


3. What was filming Last Stop on the Line like?

Very emotional. The character I played was on her way to the train station to commit suicide. She met a homeless man who sat down and talked with her. After talking with him she changed her mind. This film shows that everyone is important, even the people that some may look down on. No matter how bad you may think your life is, it is important to someone.


4. Do you have a favorite part of working on Evil Kin?

In the beginning it looked as though I would need to look like I was shot and crawling down a wet road while covered in blood. Due to the weather change the director decided to cut the scene. Yes, I was very happy that they were not going to cover me in fake blood. Even though I would have done it.


5. What is the best part about being involved with Z Club?

Z Club is all about being positive and kind to others. Great atmosphere.


6. What was your time on set like filming Philadelphia: The Great Experiment?

Wonderful. The whole production team was great to work with. A nice plus was my brother and mother were on set the same day for another scene.


7. How did you enjoy working on To Earn Love?

Yes, it was a very cute movie. Loved how it ended.


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

Tanna - Monsters & Mysteries In America. It's not everyday you have an evil doppelganger trying to kill you. Yes, played by my younger sister, Kristin.


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

The team from Monsters & Mysteries in America.


10. Do you have any advice for youth interested in acting?

Always give it your best and stay positive.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

Also perform in theater. Along with acting I've been studying Tae Kwon Do (karate). Currently have my Blue Belt.


We'd like to thank Megan for participating in our February Q&A series!
Posted on Feb 07 2016 by Lisa
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February Q&A Series - Reiley Trombetta




Reiley Trombetta is a young actress and model from the NYC area. She has recently worked on Billy on the Street and shot for Plymouth Yarns. To keep up to date make sure to like her page on Facebook.








1. How did you get started in the industry?

Well, my Mama got me started at 3 months old; I got my first real job when I was 9 months old on an independent film called "Danny"...The films actually won Best picture at the Digital Film Festival...and won Audience Choice at the Big Apple Film Festival.


2. What was your shoot for Plymouth Yarn like?

It was so much fun!!! I really liked the people and the photographers were so nice and funny. The other models fused over me...It was hot being in the sweater in September but so much fun.


3. Do you have a favorite outfit you got to model?

My Christmas Pageant dress, I felt like Christmas HAHAHA. It was red and had white fur and a little black belt and was a tutu.


4. What was the experience like working on the short film Misfits?

I was nervous at first...a little shy, but they were so nice and my mama and daddy got to watch me film...You know what we filmed in a neighbor near where my daddy grew up in South Philadelphia. It was so cool getting hair and makeup done. It was cool to see myself on camera and hearing the director say action and cut...I was proud of myself for following direction so well they all said I was the best a natural and cannot wait to work with me again...But I really like the makeup girl...*Giggle*


5. How did you enjoy walking the runway for Pretty Pretty Rebel?

It was fun I got to work with one of my friends too. There were a lot of people...I was nervous a little but I love fashion shows and love posing with the music playing...I got to keep the outfit I wore.


6. Do you have someone in the industry you hope to work with one day?

I would love to work with the Descendants kids...and even Disney Jr. TV shows.


7. What has your time on set for Billy on the Street been like?

It was fun. There were a lot of people. It was cold but people were nice. It was a long day but while I was waiting for my different scenes we were filming near a dog park so I got to pet and paly with so many dogs and puppies.


8. What is the best part about being involved in Z Club?

My friends that I made Kelly, Camiel and AJ just to name a few. I have learned so much about believing in yourself and how to be a good friend. I enjoy the fun we all have together.


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

I enjoyed working with my Friend Ivey and Sydney who are not models but got a chance to work with me in a summer photo shoot. It was so much fun to be able to hang with them and have them see and experience what I love doing. Second was working with two photographers Lynsey and another Lien that made modeling so much fun!!!


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

Well I just love the beauty pageants. I love wearing fun and beauty things and being able to go on stage and striking a pose.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

I just feel so lucky. I love that I can do what I can do. I love that I get to travel and see things and do mama and me trips for my adventures. I really would love to be able to work with animal in a project.


We'd like to thank Reiley for participating in our February Q&A series!

(Image by See Me Photography)
Posted on Feb 06 2016 by Lisa
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February Q&A Series - Kristin Flynn





Kristin Flynn is a young actress from the New York and Philadelphia area. She has recently worked on a Montgomery County PSA and was seen in an episode of The Blacklist! To keep up to date make sure to visit our Facebook Page.







1. How did you get started in the industry?

A neighbor of ours was filming a promo video for the movie The Tooth Fairy. He knew we did plays so he asked us if we would be in the video. Since we had a great time we started to submit for student films and it grew from there.


2. What was the process like filming the Avenue X music video?

The process was similar to a movie but the difference would be the director would give us directions while filming since the music would be dubbed in.


3. What was working on your Montgomery County PSA like?

We started early in the day after a rain storm. It was hot and muggy with tons of gnats. We were constantly swatting the bugs when not filming. Once we moved in the house it was much better. The team was so nice to work with.


4. Do you do anything special to prepare for auditions?

If sides are sent a head of time then I study them and prepare at home. If nothing is given to me a head of time I just try to relax and have fun with it.


5. What was the experience like filming Monsters & Mysteries in America?

It was kinda creepy at first. The story line was about a girl named Tanna, who had a doppelganger haunting her. The part of Tanna was played by my sister Megan. I was her doppelganger. The makeup artist did an amazing job making me up. I also had to wear black contacts. It took a while to get used to seeing myself looking like that. Had fun playing in a creepy role, especially when I had to torment my sister.


6. What was your time on set like filming The Blacklist?

It was a very short day. Everyone was great! The production team was awesome and the shoot moved very smooth & quickly. Would have been great if I could have met James Spader, Maybe next time ;)


7. How did you feel seeing yourself in the episode?

It was really cool. When I went to school the next day some of m teachers and friends were talking about how they saw me on the show. One of my teachers told me it was his favorite show.


8. If you could work on any kind of project with your sisters what would it be?

I would like for it to be something positive. Maybe a movie that touched on serious issues kids our age are going through.


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

Might sound crazy, but I really enjoy working with my sisters.


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

Even tough it was a very sad video, I would have to say the music video "Never Trust A Junkie" by Avenue X. The video showed how drug use can effect children and their future.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

Also enjoy working in theater. Been performing on stage for years. I also have been studying Tae Kwon Do (karate) for years. Currently a brown belt and looking forward to getting my black belt.


We'd like to thank Kristin for participating in our February Q&A series!
Posted on Feb 03 2016 by Lisa
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COTM
February is here and we have a new COTM! This month we have chosen Malachi Barton as he will be seen in Stuck in the Middle which premieres on Disney on February 14th!
Posted on Feb 01 2016 by Lisa
Weekend Round Up!
* Frank and Morgan Gingerich have been filming The Young Pope.

* Jenna Vaughn filmed a commercial for Band-Aid.

* Jasmine Alveran was seen in an episode of Supergirl.

*Hayden Byerly's series The Fosters is back for the second half of season 3.

* Rowan Smyth can be seen in a new DirectTV campaign.

* Madison Carlon was seen on this week's episode of Teachers.

* Brooklyn Rae Silzer, McKenna Roberts, Lauren Boles, Olivia Rose Keegan, Connor Kalopsis, Terrell Ransom Jr and Nicolas Bechtel received Daytime Emmy prenoms.
Posted on Jan 31 2016 by Lisa
Weekend Round Up!
* Connor Rosen filmed an episode of The Muppets.

*Londyn Silzer filmed a Barbie commercial.

* Karleigh Larson filmed a DirectTV commercial.

* Eden McCoy was seen on Game Shakers.

* Reese and Kennedy were seen on Angel from Hell.

* Cooper Friedman was seen on Colony.

* Connor Rosen and Steven Thomas Capp were seen on Teachers.

* Talitha Bateman can be seen in The 5th Wave which is now in theaters.
Posted on Jan 24 2016 by Lisa
Weekend Round Up!
* Hannah Nordberg recently filmed Girlfriend's Day.

* Sofia Naccarato worked on the film Live by Night.

* Shania Taft filmed a project for Black History month for Nickelodeon.

* Randall L. Smith filmed a commercial.

* Jenna Ortega was announced to be voicing the role of Princess Isabel in Elena of Avalor.

* Rose Horan, Sydney Mikayla and Cheyenne Nguyen were seen in the series premiere of Teachers.

* Samantha Bailey can be seen in multiple episodes of Just Add Magic which is now available on Amazon.

* Isabella Cramp can be seen in Colony which premiered this past week.
Posted on Jan 17 2016 by Lisa
New Layouts!
As fun as the holiday season was here at the site with Q&A's, year end video, it is time for us to take down our holiday layouts and jump into 2016. We have a brand new set of layouts with the main featuring a set of Lauren Boles using her brand new headshots and our gallery features Christian Ganiere who just made his debut as Parker on Days! Gallery images are by Michael D'Ambrosia.
Posted on Jan 11 2016 by Lisa
Introducing...
After years of mentions on The Young and the Restless we have finally seen Stitch's son Max and playing the role is Jared Breeze! Jared has previously been seen in episodes of We Are Men and Your Family or Mine.
Posted on Jan 06 2016 by Lisa
Happy New Year 2016!
What a year it has been! As always it's been pretty busy here at the site. Lots happening on the shows, the kids have been working hard on a variety of projects, and it is time for us to once again look back at the year that has just ended.

Our 2015 Year End video is now up for everyone to enjoy and we cannot wait to see what 2016 will bring!



Happy New Year from Heaven, Toni, Susan and Lisa!
Posted on Jan 03 2016 by Susan
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It's New Years Eve!





Olivia Trujillo has been seen in multiple episodes of General Hospital and this year has also been seen in commercials for Old Navy and Target! To keep up to date make sure to follow her on Twitter









1. How did you get started in the industry?

My younger sister actually started in the industry before I did. I would accompany her to castings and I actually got picked for a job I wasn't even cast for! It was just fate.


2. What was the experience like filming your Target Holiday commercials?

The target commercials were amazing because there were so many details. There was an amazing story line that I could totally have fun with and I also loved that it was a miniseries. I really got to get into character and become the little girl on the Christmas mission! I got to spend a lot of time with other great actors and I have made amazing friends from the experience.


3. Do you have a favorite spot that you worked on from the set?

My favorite spot was filming the storm trooper episode. At the time of filming I didn't really get it or understand how big Star Wars was but as it came closer to air dates, we started to see all the props come on set and I got really excited. I eventually asked my parents about Star Wars and they explained what a phenomenon it was. I was so excited to be a part of such an amazing collaboration between Target & Star Wars.


4. How did you enjoy filming your Old Navy commercial?

Old Navy was amazing. We were in such a beautiful setting and everyone was so kind to me. It was one of my first big brands and everyone was so supportive and helpful on set. I really learned a lot from that commercial.


5. What was it like working with Julia Louis-Dreyfus?

It was funny with Julia Louis-Dreyfus, I honestly didn't know who she was and everyone on set started talking about her, how they were so excited to see her and work with her but nervous. I guess because I didn't really know who she was and how big of a star she was, I was not as nervous. It was just really cool to learn from such a star.


6. What was your time on set like filming the camp scenes General Hospital?

I always love going to the set of General Hospital. To me, it's like I get to hang out with friends all day. I love competing, so going to camp, playing games and hanging out with friends all day was pretty awesome.


7. How did you enjoy filming Spencer's birthday party?

Spencer's birthday party was a lot of fun as birthday parties always are. I remember when he looked up on set and all of the other girls were dancing to the music. All of a sudden he just looked at me and we had that moment like, yeah cool, and we totally started dancing together. It was great improv.


8. How did you like working with the other kids in the scenes?

Working with other kids on set is a great learning experience. You get to see the difference between acting techniques and you learn from each other's past experiences. But mostly it just makes me feel calm and cool being around kids my age and it also makes work fun!


9. What was it like seeing yourself in the episodes for the first time?

Seeing myself on TV for the first time was a little weird. I think my little sister is more excited. Every time she sees me she still screams and yells that I'm on TV. "Sissy come look, you're on TV again!"


10. Do you have a favorite project that you've worked on so far?

Every project I work on brings new challenges and I love challenges. One of my upcoming projects is a Spanish movie called Por Sofia. I play the younger lead and I watch my father kill my mother. That was a very different experience for me.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

I have been extremely fortunate to have a family that supports me in following my dreams. They want me to stay balanced and to be an eleven-year-old kid. I work very hard to have good grades. I do lots of my school work in the car to and from auditions. I play competitive soccer, 4 years now and I do mixed martial arts, specializing in kung-fu. I am excited to see what 2016 has in store for me!!!


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

(Image by Jalisco Wayne)
Posted on Dec 31 2015 by Lisa
It's New Years Eve!





Rachel Arianna is a young actress from the New York City area. This year she has been seen as Jane Banks in a production of Mary Poppins and hosted her own event for Free2Luv. To keep up to date make sure to visit her website, like her page on Facebook, follow her on Twitter, and follow her on Instagram.







1. What was it like working on the musical version of Heidi and Mommy Dearest?

It was so amazing and the music...OMG...is PHENOMENAL!!!! It's great and super catchy, and I find it getting stuck in my head. The characters are both so different too. Heidi is young and naive. She loves to yodel! *wink wink! Also, I played Young Christiana, who is very mature and the songs are so touching.


2. What was your favorite part of performing at Lyrics for Life?

Well, it's hard to pin-point just one thing. I loved performing in front of crowds, getting to sing my song live with amazing dancers, or getting to help out with this cause. I just loved it! I always love using my music to help others, and this is just such a wonderful cause.


3. How did you prepare for playing Jane Banks in Mary Poppins?

I spoke in a British accent all day, a couple of times. I did that so that if anything happened on stage, I would stay with the accent. Also, I studied the dances very closely, and sometimes, before rehearsals, the boy who played Michael and I would hang out and run lines, and I worked with him on the dances.


4. What was your time performing in the show like?

It was more than fun, it was Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! Even though a lot of stuff went wrong with mics (mine broke), the set (I fell off the 10ft house, the nursery broke, my finger was slammed in a door), or the magic (the lamp in our nursery wouldn't magically turn on), the show was truly amazing. I loved every second of it, and I wish there were more shows!


5. How did you react to seeing the Lies I Told My Little Sister DVD on store shelves?

I cried. I was really not expecting it, and the project has come such a long way from a reading, to film festivals, to being in stores. I screamed tears of joy, and I just couldn't believe it!


6. Can we expect to hear some new music from you soon?

Yes! I am actually working on my debut album with Broadway Records and Peter Stengaard. I am super excited for it! They are so kind and amazing. We're also trying to get some funding! The link is: https://www.rockethub.com/projects/63048-support-rachel-arianna-s-debut-album! I absolutely cannot wait!!!


7. What inspired you to become a youth advocate for Free2Luv?

I've always been able to stand up for myself, but one time I didn't know how or what to do. It got worse from there, but I realized that many people go through that every day. I came to find out that many of my friends had been bullied as well. I came up with my program, Words Can Soar, so that I could stand up for people who are afraid to. The idea started as a speech, but I realized that I could really take action. I started giving speeches and creating events, after getting school approval, to use the school as my first forum. However, first, I realized that I needed a 501©(3) to help me, and for the money to get to. After a long time of searching, we came across Free2Luv, which used the arts to help end bullying, which is what I wanted to do. They are the sweetest, most heartfelt people!


8. What was the experience like hosting your charity event for Free2Luv at 54 Below?

It was amazing. I put my heart and soul into that event, but I was given it back from the community and performers who joined me in raising money and awareness for Words Can Soar and Free2Luv. It was, also, an experience that helped me build directing and event planning skills. So, although it was somewhat stressful, it was one of the best moments of my life.


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

I actually can't answer this question, because I love everyone I worked with. They all mean so much to me, and are the best! They have all inspired me!


We'd like to thank Rachel for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 31 2015 by Lisa
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Introducing...


Christian Ganiere will soon be seen on Days of Our Lives as Parker! Christian has been previously seen on About A Boy and you most likely have seen his commercial for Subaru. Look for him to first air on January 7th!

Posted on Dec 29 2015 by Lisa
It's Christmas!





Ava and Grace Scarola play the role of Avery Corinthos on General Hospital. This year they have also been seen on The Thundermans and in a commercial for Toyota. To keep up to date make sure to check back here at the site.









1. What was Ava and Grace's time on set like filming for The Thundermans?

It was very professional and they shot their scenes very quickly


2. How did they enjoy filming their Toyota commercial?

The Toyota commercial was a lot of fun. The scene called for both a crying baby and a sleeping baby so that was a little difficult to achieve, but they were able to pull it off. We had Grace do the crying scene because she is easily upset when we take her bottle away and Ava did the sleeping scene because she usually goes down for her naps faster.


3. What was their first day at GH like?

The girls first day at GH was very exciting and everyone was very welcoming.


4. Is there a way to tell the girls apart? Can the cast tell the girls apart?

We used to be able to quickly tell the girls apart by who was sucking their thumb (Grace) and who was using the pacifier (Ava), but we recently weened Ava off the pacifier so it has made it more difficult to quickly tell them apart. The cast and crew can usually tell the girls apart because Ava is always quick to say hello and Grace takes a few minutes to warm up and get comfortable on set.


5. What is it like on set working with Maura West?

Maura West is such a talented actress. She moves through the scenes with the girls effortlessly and doesn’t get distracted when Ava or Grace start babbling or getting antsy.


6. How do Ava and Grace like working with Laura Wright?

They both love working with Laura Wright. She treats them like her own and is so caring and compassionate. She really makes each scene with them special.


7. What is it like working with Maurice Benard?

He is literally the best. He really takes the time to get to know the girls and because of that they have the best chemistry on set. When we show them pictures that he posts up on his social media the girls call him daddy...it's really cute.


8. What was the experience like attending Mo's event at GH Fan Weekend?

It was amazing to be part of such a fun event. The girls loved being around all the fans and especially Maurice.


9. Is there anyone Ava and Grace enjoy hanging out with backstage that they haven't gotten a chance to work with?

They have worked with a majority of the cast of General Hospital. It would be fun to see them do more scenes with the other kids of GH.


10. Do you have a favorite scene of yours the girls have done for GH?

I really loved the scene when Sonny proposed to Carly and baby Avery was just hanging out on the bed with them. It was a very natural scene and just goes to show how great both Laura and Maurice are with our girls.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

We just wanted to thank all the fans for the constant support and positive feedback. The girls are truly blessed to be playing the role of Avery Corinthos and love being part of the GH family.


We'd like to thank Ava, Grace, and their family for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 26 2015 by Lisa
It's Christmas!





Tyree Brown played the role of Jabbar on Parenthood. This year he has also been seen for Quaker/Nerf, and been busy working on films such as Operation: Neighborhood Watch! To keep up to date make sure to visit his website, follow him on Twitter, and follow him on Instagram.








1. What was the process like doing your shoot for Quaker/Nerf?

That was a really fun shoot. We were doing the shoot at a person's house in their backyard which was huge and had a trampoline in the ground and a treehouse. So we got to play on the trampoline most of the day and the photographer would just have us jump with other kids and throw the nerf balls to each other while he was taking our picture. It didn't feel like work.


2. What was your time on set like filming Operation: Neighborhood Watch!?

I made lifelong friends on the set of Operation Neighborhood Watch and we are still in touch on a weekly basis. We shot almost every day for three weeks in Fullerton on a street and rotated shooting between three different houses. The crew was so funny and nice to us and we hung out in between scenes. I loved the treehouse we got to film in also! I think the best part was when we got to see a real lion which came to set for half of one day that we were shooting.


3. How did you enjoy lending your voice to an episode of Mack & Moxy?

Oh, Mack & Moxy was so colorful and bright and the characters were amazing! It is part live action and part animated so doing both was fun but I had more fun doing the live action dancing and singing with the characters. I think kids are really going to LOVE this new show!


4. What was your time on set like filming Untitled Monica Potter pilot?

When we rehearsed for the Untitled Monica Potter pilot, I got to meet some new and funny actors. I like watching and learning from comedic actors. I also met a wonderful boy who was only 5 or 6 years old and we became really close. It's so different working on a comedy than a drama show.


5. What was it like working with Monica Potter again?

I was so happy to be able to work with Monica again cuz she is like family to me. She is so funny and one of the sweetest people you will ever meet. Her daughter Molly is so sweet and funny too just like her mom.


6. What was the experience like working on The Nerd Possee pilot?

We haven't officially finished the Nerd Posse pilot yet but we have filmed short things for a trailer. All the kids get along so well and we are all so goofy and crazy in our own way and that is why that show is special.


7. What was it like filming the baseball scene for the Parenthood series finale?

Oh man......that was a crazy day. Everyone was there and was happy signing each others yearbooks at first and then near the end, we were all crying and hugging each other. I actually had a headache after that day because there were so many emotions that day. I will forever be grateful for being on such a wonderful show with the best people in the world.


8. What did you think about the glimpse into Jabbar's future?

I like that I would have more siblings but I would like a dog too! We don't have a dog in real life but I want one.


9. What was your last day on set of Parenthood like?

The last day for me was the baseball scene when we were both happy and sad all at the same time. They will always be family to me.


10. What was your all time favorite scene to film for the series?

I loved any scenes with all of the cast because that didn't happen very often. I was lucky to work with such great people that it seemed like every day was a party for me.


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

(Image by Visually Satisfied)
Posted on Dec 26 2015 by Lisa
It's Christmas!





Eden McCoy plays the role of Josslyn Jacks on General Hospital. This year she was seen on Game Shakers and in a commercial for Staples! To keep up to date make sure to like her page on Facebook, follow her on Twitter, and follow her on Instagram.







1. What was your first booking and what was it like going to set for the first time?

My first booking was a commercial for an Olivia the Pig toy- I only had one line so it was easy but I was still very nervous since I had never been on a set before. Everyone was super nice though and the toy that we got to play with was really cool - it was a dollhouse that turned into a pirate ship!


2. What was your time on set like working on your Mattel commercial?

Working at Mattel is always a great time! It's pretty close to where I live, and the sets are super cool with lots of toys and games that haven't come out yet. The crew is really nice and they make us laugh while we are working. There's a Barbie store in the building too!


3. How did you enjoy walking the runway at LA Style Fashion Week?

This was my 3rd time walking for Nancy Vuu and I love it so much! Her gowns are out of this world and the hair and makeup are like a fantasy! I'm always a little nervous right before i go out on the runway because it's live and in front of so many fashion people and experts, and I want to make sure I'm walking in the best way to show the beautiful clothes. But there is so much positive energy backstage and the girls are all super supportive of each other - it's one of my favorite nights!


4. What is the experience like taking the stage for the Los Angeles Opera?

Ok that was the most nervous I have ever been performing. First of all it's live, and the audience is filled with super cultured people who know all about opera, and I was being conducted by Placido Domingo who is a legend so there was a lot of pressure! One night I saw that the actor Michael Sheen who plays Aro from Twilight was in the audience and I was so excited I forgot to be nervous for a minute. Also I had the very best vocal teacher named Jeremy Frank who taught me the Italian lyrics and how to best project my voice.


5. How did you prepare yourself for your performances?

I worked with Jeremy 3-4 times a week training for months before the Opera started. It was intense and I learned so much. He is a great teacher and was very patient with me (I didn't know any Italian), and it was the most special experience that I will always be grateful for.


6. What was the audition process like for the role of Josslyn?

I felt a connection with the character from the very first audition. The casting director didn't tell me exactly what role I was auditioning for...just that it was a young girl who is very honest and always says what's on her mind no matter what, and who loves her mom very much. So I could relate to those things. She also has a "sassy" side that's fun to play! The process took several weeks because there were a lot of great young actresses auditioning - but I screamed out loud when I found out I got it!


7. How did you like filming Carly and Sonny's wedding?

It was beautiful!! Everyone was all dressed up and looking gorgeous, there were flowers and candles everywhere, and all the characters were smiling and happy and emotional! Laura Wright who plays Carly was glowing and looked so stunning in her wedding dress!


8. What was it like meeting Laura Wright for the first time?

She is the nicest lady and the most talented actress - wow she blows me away! When I watch her as Carly, it's like she actually becomes that character and you get swept away in it and forget that she's not really Carly in real life! She was so kind to me and funny on my first day and made me feel like i was a part of her family. I feel so lucky that I get to have her as my TV mom!


9. Is there anyone on the show you're hoping to get a chance to work with?

I am honored to work with any of the GH actors - and the writers always write the most exciting and interesting stories! It would be fun to have new scenes with all my new "brothers and sisters" Michael, Morgan, Dante, Kristina and Avery, and to spend more time with Carly and Sonny - Josslyn really seems to love them as a couple!


10. Outside of GH, what has been your favorite show to be on?

The Thundermans and Game Shakers were both way too much fun - it didn't even seem like work! I made such great friends on both shows - we stay in touch and always talk about how we can't wait to work together again!


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

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Posted on Dec 26 2015 by Lisa
It's Christmas!





Brooklyn Silzer plays the role of Emma Drake on General Hospital. This year she was a part of Barbie's "Imagine The Possibilities" commercial and filmed and episode of Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders which will air early next year! To keep up to date make sure to keep checking back here at the site. .










1. How did you feel when you booked a part in the Barbie video?

That was amazing! It was a long casting process and was praying it would work out and we found out on my Mommy's birthday that I booked it! She said it was a perfect present!! Then I found out I would be playing a real life vet and was so excited to be working with animals- a dream job and loved how it came out with such a great message!


2. What was your product packaging shoot like for them for the Barbie dream house?

I love everyone at Mattel and have been so blessed to work with them for so many years but the dream house was the most exciting! It was so fun to see the dream house before everyone else and it is amazing! My grandma loved seeing me on the box and bought us the dream house!


3. How did you enjoy shooting for Tommy Hilfiger?

That was so much fun because we shot at a college football stadium and there was the cutest bulldog who we worked with! Plus, all of the clothes were so cool and loved working with all the kids- we had the best day!


4. What is your favorite part about working on GH?

EVERYTHING- I love it there so much and especially seeing and working with Jason has been a gift I will treasure forever:)


5. What is it like working with Dylan and Brayden?

They are so cute- a little shy at first but then I can get them to laugh and giggle which is so fun!


6. How do you like working with Kelly Monaco?

She is amazing- so sweet and funny and beautiful. I love just hanging out with her on set and we always have fun laughing especially during blocking! I have loved working with her so much and so grateful for our time together:)


7. What is it like working with Jane Elliot?

I love her, she is always so sweet to me at the studio and it was so fun to work together again since it had been a while. We had fun working out the kidnapping scene and glad she was the one to rescue me!


8. Is there anyone you wish you had more scenes with on GH?

That dream came true when I got to work with Kimberly again this past month- it meant so much to me to share these special scenes with her & Jason. Memories that I will treasure forever- I love them so much:)


9. How do you memorize your lines?

First, I read everything to get a feel for the things that are going on before to get an idea of how I would react and why. Then I go over the lines to get them down so it becomes just natural to me and then we work out the camera angles and other things on set:)


10. What is your favorite scene to film this year?

I would have to say my favorite scene to film this year for GH was the park scenes I had with Jason after the kidnapping attempt. It was so special to me because Jason and I talked about the scenes before and gave me some tips because things on set go so fast. I felt really good about them and right after he gave me the biggest hug and I could tell he was proud of me. Then some of the crew and producers in the booth came down & gave me a big hug too!


Anything else you'd like to add?

I am so grateful for an amazing 2015- so many fun adventures from working on GH, flying to Hawaii for Westin, shooting for several print campaigns, being a part of the huge Barbie campaign, and booking Criminal Minds-beyond borders! Thank you to my family & friends for all of the support over the years and believing in me- it means the world to me. I am truly grateful and feeling very blessed and excited to see what 2016 brings! Xoxo



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

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Posted on Dec 25 2015 by Heaven
It's Christmas!





Alyvia Alyn Lind plays the role of Faith Newman on The Young and the Restless. This year she has been seen on Masters of Sex, in Coat of Many Colors, and more! To keep up to date make sure to follow her on Twitter and Instagram.








1. How do you prepare for a role?

Well for example, for Coat of Many Colors, I googled Dolly Parton, then watched a lot of interviews with her. I studied her dialect, and watched the way she moved and laughed and spoke. I looked up pictures of her when she was a little girl. I always like to know as much as I can about a role before I start.


2. Do you have a favorite episode you did for Revenge?

Even though it was really tough to film, I really liked the episode where my mom (Jennifer Jason Leigh) tried to drown me. The water was so cold and there were little prickly things in the water and I had to hold my breath over and over again. Every time I started kicking under the water because I was acting afraid, they thought I was telling them that I needed to come up! And I would say, "No!!! I was just acting!!!" It was a hard day, but the day I remember most on set.


3. How did you like filming Coat of Many Colors?

Filming Coat of Many Colors was the best experience. Again, it was so hot in Atlanta over the summer, and most of the scenes were outside, but it didn't matter. Every day was so much fun. I loved all the kids playing my sisters and brothers, and Jennifer and Ricky took care of all of us. It's my favorite job so far.


4. What was it like working with Dolly Parton?

Dolly is exactly how you would think she is. She is warm and caring and funny - I felt like I had known her forever the first time I talked to her. Both of us really felt connected to each other and felt like this was meant to be.

5. What was the experience like filming your Walmart commercial?

Hahaha! Filming the commercial was like filming a little movie! There were so many scenes and I worked on it for 3 days! But I liked that commercial because it was about sharing with the kids who need it. I liked the message.


6. How do you like working with Melody Thomas Scott?

Everyone calls her "Mel"- and she is so nurturing! She started acting when she was little too - so she gets it. She's always sure that I am taken care.


7. What is it like working with Kelly Sullivan?

Kelly is SO sweet! In a lot of scenes I'm supposed to hate her, and it's so hard, because after the scene she smiles and hugs me! She is an amazing actress and I love when we have scenes, just the two of us.


8. How do you enjoy working with the other kids on the show?

It's so much fun when there are kids on any show! I usually work with adults, which I love too, but when there are other kids, it's just sort of icing on the cake! It's also fun, because we do school during work, so I'm not the only kid in school on the days there are kids!


9. What has been your favorite scene/episode to film for YR?

My favorite scene, because it was so emotional and Kelly and Josh and I were feeling it so much, was the scene where they have to tell me that Christian didn't make it. After the scene we all hugged each other because we knew how well it went. It was such a good feeling.


10. What is the best part of acting and what was your favorite job so far?

My favorite part of acting is just being able to pretend I'm lots of different people, and live other peoples' lives. I love to travel to different locations for work, and experience different ways people live. I feel like my work is my school too - I learn so much every day. I really hope I get to do it for the rest of my life. I would be so lucky.


We'd like to thank Alyvia for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 25 2015 by Lisa
It's Christmas!





Lauren Boles played the role of Ciara Brady on Days of Our Lives. This year she wrapped up her time on the show and kept busy with events for the show's 50th anniversary. To keep up to date make sure to follow her on Instagram!








1. What was the coolest part of attending the Days 50th Anniversary book signing?

My favorite part of the 50th Anniversary book signing was surprising the fans waiting in line that didn't know I was going to be there!


2. How did you enjoy working with Bill and Susan Hayes?

Bill and Susan Hayes were always so joyful and positive. You get a great vibe just being around them.


3. Is there anyone on the show you never got a chance to work with and would have liked to?

I would have liked to have some scenes or a storyline with Jen Lilley and Eric Martsolf. They treat me like an adult, which is very sweet of them.

4. What was it like attending the Days of Our Lives 50th Anniversary celebration?

On the red carpet, I was interviewed and signed more fan's books. I met the new Ciara and we ended up wearing an almost identical black and red dress, without even knowing ahead of time!


5. How did it feel to see everyone again?

Seeing many of the actors and actresses sing and dance on the stage was very entertaining. It was hard to know that I wouldn't see a lot of them again.


6. Do you have a favorite episode you filmed this year?

I've always enjoyed being smart, sassy Ciara so my favorite episode this year was when Hope told Ciara about Aiden proposing.


7. What was your last day on set like?

I didn't know my last day was going to be my last day. The writers hadn't made the final decision about aging the kids. So I didn't get the chance to say goodbye to everyone that day.


8. Do you still talk with anyone from Days?

I stay in touch with Days actors through Instagram and I even text my old hairstylist Margie sometimes!


9. Any plans or projects post-DAYS? You're very much missed on the show!

I just got new headshots and I'm going to start going out on auditions during pilot season.


10. What has been your favorite scene(s) to film throughout all of your years as Ciara?

I can't really choose a favorite episode, but I can choose a favorite storyline. Even though it was a long time ago, I remember getting kidnapped. The actors who had to torture me felt bad after the scenes, so they would give me candy!


We'd like to thank Lauren for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 25 2015 by Susan
It's Christmas!




Tate Berney played the role of AJ Chandler on All My Children. This year he has been seen in the films Insidious: Chapter 3, The Right Girl, and in a commercial for Doritos! To keep up to date make sure to visit his website, like his page on Facebook, follow him on Twitter, and follow him on Instagram.








1. What was the best part of doing your latest shoot for Target?

The best part was definitely getting to work with Rennie Solis AGAIN! He is so fun and awesome!


2. How did you feel seeing yourself on the WWE boxes for Mattel toys the first time?

It was cool, especially because my older brother Tanner was on the WWE boxes a couple of years ago!


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

Everyone on set was really chill. We all had a great time making the commercial! I think it turned out really funny! I hope it wins!


4. What was your first day on set like for Insidious: Chapter 3?

It was amazing! Everyone made me feel so comfortable and treated me so great! I LOVE horror movies. The other Insidious films were so awesome I never thought I would be lucky enough to get to be in one!


5. How did you enjoy working with Stefanie Scott and the other cast members of Insidious?

She was always so nice to me. Every time I would get to set she would say "what's up little bro?" We got along really well. Leigh Whannell was so great to me from the time I met him at the first audition. He let me have a lot of fun on set. Angus was the best! Always hanging telling jokes and making everything fun. They ALL treated me so great and I couldn't wait to get on set every time I worked!


6. What was the experience like attending the premiere?

Full on dream come true! It was so surreal being at the Chinese Theater and walking the Red Carpet for a movie that I was in! I wasn't sure what people were going to ask me in my interviews but I think I did ok! It was fun getting to see the whole cast again! I was really lucky because my WHOLE family, my agents and manager all got to come with me!


7. Were there any scary moments to occur when filming the movie?

No not really. The sets were really cool though and seeing the Man Who Cant Breath was awesome...all the cool make up and stuff. The guy who played him though, Michael was really nice!


8. How did you enjoy shooting for Hurley?

Hurley was really fun and easy. We just got to hang out at the beach all day and just play around and have fun. I love those kind of shoots where you can just be yourself!


9. How has the audition process changed for you over the years?

It has changed because when I was younger I never really knew what to do, but now that I am older I have gotten the hang of it and I have really learned to communicate better with the casting people.


10. Do you have a favorite project that you've done this year?

I haven't really worked a lot this year. I've been spending a lot of time playing football and baseball, and just hanging with my friends.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

I have a new movie that JUST came out on PIxl TV. Its called "The Right Girl" You can also watch it on YouTube! Its a really fun movie! Had an amazing time working with Director Bradford May again, and Jonathan Patrick Moore and Anna Hutchinson are awesome!! Hope you can see it!


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

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Posted on Dec 25 2015 by Lisa
It's Christmas!





Caitlin Carmichael played the role of Emma on The Neighbors. This year she has been seen on Agent Carter, in the film Portrait of Love, and more! To keep up to date make sure to like her page on Facebook, follow her on Twitter, and follow her on Instagram.








1. What was your time on set like filming Portrait of Love?

Portrait of Love is one of my favorite movies I have worked on because playing Jess came so natural to me. I just got to be a real kid. Bringing Jess to life helped me embrace my inner artist and photographer. I made so many fantastic memories filming that movie. The entire cast and crew were a big family. I really hope I get to do another Hallmark movie again one day.


2. What was it like working with Bree Williamson?

Working with Bree was always fun. She is a mom, so it was really easy for her and I to bond on set. Bree actually started my love of The Hunger Games series. She introduced me to the books, and I read the first two on set for the first two weeks. Then, we were able to watch the movies at home and talk about them on set. She was always so nice to me, and I don't think Hallmark could have found a better April.


3. How do you enjoy doing voice over work for Doc McStuffins?

I absolutely LOVE playing Alma on Doc McStuffins! I have been the voice of Alma for 4 years now. I have 2 favorite things about playing Alma: 1. I love seeing how much little kids enjoy watching the show and hearing my voice on their TV. 2. It's so cool that when I go to the studio, they aren't recording my face, and I can go to work in my PJ's!


4. What was the experience like working on Agent Carter?

Working on the set of Agent Carter was so amazing! For the fight scene I did, I got to spend 5 hours in a dojo choreographing the sequence. When we filmed the big fight scene, we battled in slow-motion. Then when the editors of the show pieced together the clips of the fight, they sped it up to make our punches and kicks super fast! I really loved the vintage wardrobe I got to wear. My scenes were set in 1937 Germany, so I got to wear custom outfits made by the incredible wardrobe team of the show. Since it was supposed to be winter, there was a fake snow machine that was used to make the set look like a German winter.


5. How was your time on set different filming your two Criminal Minds episodes?

Both Criminal Minds episodes were so fun to film. In the first episode, I was four; in the second episode, I was nine. It was really cool to take before and after pictures with the cast. In each episode, I was playing two different characters. I had grown a lot between ages four and nine, so I looked different and could play different girls. I love watching the Criminal Minds special effects makeup artists work. It's so fascinating to me. They are so crazy talented!


6. What was your most challenging part of working on Chosen?

The first day of filming Chosen Season 2, we filmed the ending fight sequence where I hid in the closet. After Milo Ventimiglia, the actor who played my dad, picked me up, I leaned my head on his shoulder. Milo had just been fighting in the woods and was covered in leaves. Unfortunately for me, a lot of those were leaves of three. I woke up the next morning with poison ivy covering my eyes! My eyes were so swollen that I could barely even see! Thankfully, with the help of my Dr., I was better before I had to go back to set, and the Chosen makeup team did a fantastic job on making me look normal again!


7. What was it like working with Chad Michael Murray?

I loved working with Chad. Since it was such a scary show, he always kept things happy on-set in between takes. Some days, he would bring his wolf to set. I loved those days! He was so fun to be around and made everyone smile. On the last night of filming, he gave me my first rose!


8. Do you have a favorite scene you got to film?

My favorite scene that I filmed in Chosen was my first scene in the show. I started Chosen when I was 8-years-old. I got to eat birthday cake for breakfast! And got to eat it over and over, take after take! That scene wasn’t hard to film at all... :)


9. Which character that you've played so far has been the most like you? The least like you?

That is a hard question to answer because, as an actress, I try to make each character personal so it doesn't feel like acting. For example, when I played Maddy, I embraced my inner fashionista/artist. I love adding my own touches to each character. Then I just get to be me.


10. Do you have any upcoming projects you're excited for fans to see?

My movie Martyrs comes out in theaters in February! Martyrs is a scary movie, but it focuses on the special bond between two best friends rather than gore. It has a lot of girl power in it! My film Po will be in theaters in April. Po is about an autistic little boy and his beautiful story. I play his best friend. I can't wait for you to see both of them! xx


Is there anything else you would like to add?

Caitlin Carmichael

Instagram: realycaitlinxox

Twitter: reallycaitlin


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

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Posted on Dec 25 2015 by Lisa
It's Christmas!





Ryan and Holden Hare play the role of Johnny Abbott on The Young and the Restless. This year they have been seen in a Basic Talk commercial, and to keep up to date make sure to keep checking back here at the site.








1. What was Ryan and Holden's first audition and what was the process like?

The boys’ first audition was with CBS for Young and the Restless! The boys were 6 weeks old and we got a call from their manager telling us to dress them alike and head down to meet the Casting Directors! We got called later that day telling us they booked the role of Baby Johnny!


2. What was their time on set like filming their Kohl's commercial?

The boys had a blast filming the Kohl's commercial! Ryan is the one you see in the high chair getting to make a mess, eat snacks and looking down at the dog and back at his actor mom and at the end of the commercial we had switched in Holden so it's him the last few seconds!


3. Is there a way to tell the boys apart in their scenes? Can the cast tell them apart?

Their really isn't a way to tell them apart visually they still weigh the exact same and are the same height but Holden is more of the talker so if you hear him talking in the scene it's probably Holden! Amelia Heinle, their TV mama is the only one who can most of the time tell them apart!


4. How did they like working with Burgess Jenkins?


The story line didn't have the boys with Burgess as much as we would have liked but they always had a blast filming the scenes they had with him...it usually included building blocks or something else fun!


5. What is it like working with Amelia Heinle?

Amazing!! The boys have always absolutely adored their TV mommy!! From day one she has always been so wonderful to both of them! They actually don't understand that we are filming at CBS Studios, they think it's Amelia's house so they always ask for me to take them to "Melia's house to play".


6. How do the boys like working with Reese and Kennedy?

The boys both love the girls but Holden especially adores his TV sissy! When we have spare time between scenes we like to walk over to the Grove LA with Reese and Kennedy and check out all the fun stuff to do!!


7. What has the bond with the cast and crew been like for Ryan and Holden growing up on the show?

Being with Young and the Restless since the boys were 6 weeks old has truly been a wonderful experience!! They treat us like family and are always so kind when we are filming! They call the boys their shows little Mascot and actually have video reels of the boys scenes that they told me they run on set when we aren't there! The boys not only love their TV actor family but also adore all the hair and makeup team and stage managers who spoil the boys with sour gummy worms and Magic tricks in between scenes!


8. Is there anyone you hope they get to work with on the show?

I think the boys have been lucky enough to have scenes with everyone the last few years!


9. Do you have any funny stories from set that you can share?

When the boys filmed their second birthday scenes the director gave them their cupcake during rehearsal and if Ryan had eaten too much they would replace it with a new cupcake for the actual scene...it took Ryan no time at all to realize every time he took a bite of the cupcake he would get a new one so before the props guy would even pull his hand away from the cupcake plate Ryan would be shoving the entire thing in his mouth and then ask for more! We quickly decided to use a fake cupcake during rehearsals and only give him the real one for the taping of the scenes!


10. What has been your favorite scene the boys have filmed?

We LOVE the scene where Ryan is blowing out his 2nd birthday candles and is smiling from ear to ear. Another favorite is the "going to see Santa" Christmas scene from a couple years ago that they did with their original TV daddy (who they absolutely adored) and they kept giving him impromptu high fives.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

Holden and Ryan just want to wish everyone a very happy and healthy Holiday season and thank you for being such awesome fans!!


We'd like to thank Ryan, Holden, and their family for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 25 2015 by Lisa
It's Christmas!





James Nigbor plays the role of Jake Spencer on General Hospital and played Jack Marone on The Bold and the Beautiful. This year he has also worked on Conan, and to keep up to date make sure to follow him on Twitter and Instagram.









1. What was the experience like filming for Conan?

Conan was fun because I got to bounce in the bounce house, but I was bummed I couldn't meet Conan.


2. Do you do anything special to prepare your lines?

I memorize my lines because there is an app on my mom's phone that helps me and my private acting coach does too.


3. How did you feel when asked about returning to the role of Jake?

I was completely shocked and very happy.


4. Is there anything you remember about working on the show before?

Mainly my TV mom and dad and especially the motorcycle.


5. What is it like working with Becky Herbst?

She is warm and loving and helps when I don't know where to go.


6. How do you enjoy working with Billy Miller?

I LOVE it! He is hilarious!!


7. How do you like working with the other kids?

I have only worked with Cameron and Aiden so far but they are both fun and we all play together when there's nothing to do.


8. Do you have a favorite set to film on?

Probably at home playing with Billy Miller.


9. Is there anyone you'd like to work with but haven't yet?

Spencer and Emma


10. What has been your favorite scene to film so far?

The wedding by far!


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

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Posted on Dec 25 2015 by Lisa
It's Christmas!




Cameron Seely plays the role of Mary Gaffigan on The Jim Gaffigan Show. This year she has also been seen for Hanna Andersson and to keep up to date make sure to follow her on Instagram.









1. How did you get started in the industry?

I did a commercial for my mom's friend.


2. What is the best part of shooting for Hanna Andersson?

The best part of Hanna is the fun crew and all of my new friends.


3. What was your first day on set like working for them?

My first day was on location in Long Island and I felt a little shy but everything turned out great.


4. How did you enjoy shooting with Alix Martinez?

Alix was really nice and I liked her dogs.


5. Do you have a favorite part of auditioning?

My favorite part of auditioning is when I run into friends from other jobs.


6. What was your first day like on set for The Jim Gaffigan Show?

I felt really excited and I got to meet my sister and brother on the show and they were really fun.


7. How do you enjoy working with Jim Gaffigan?

Jim is really fun and very nice.


8. What is the best part of filming on location?

On location I get to see things in new places and once I got to go to a pool.


9. How did you react to seeing yourself on the show for the first time?

I was excited to see what I looked like on TV and I thought we looked good doing our scenes.


10. Do you have a favorite episode you have done?

My favorite one is Jeanne's birthday episode.


We'd like to thank Cameron for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 25 2015 by Lisa
1 Day Til Christmas!





Emily Alyn Lind played the role of Emma Lavery on All My Children and also did an episode of Days of Our Lives. This year she has been seen in the film Hidden, on Code Black, and on the final season of Revenge. To keep up to date make sure to follow her on Twitter and Instagram!








1. What was your favorite part about working on your film Hidden?

I loved shooting a movie with so much action and suspense - It was amazing doing all the stunts and creating tension from scene to scene. I would see a movie like Hidden, so it was even better being in it.


2. What was it like working with Alexander Skarsgard?

I really liked Alexander - he was unassuming, sweet and caring and such a good actor. He added so much intensity to every scene, whether it was action, or just an emotional two person scene. I hope I get to work with him again.


3. How do you prepare yourself for emotional scenes?

I just put myself in the shoes of the character - "This is how she would react in this situation" - I guess it's as easy as that. I've always had an easy time blocking out the rest of the world, and imagining I'm somewhere else. That's really what acting is.


4. What was it like working on Code Black?

The cast and crew of Code Black were awesome. I loved the script and really liked that the whole show is based on an actual hospital (which is where the show was shot) - I'm glad the show was picked up and hope they have a long run with it - they all deserve it.


5. How did you enjoy working with Marcia Gay Harden?

Marcia was like a friend and a mom. She made me laugh and told me stories, but she was so professional and protective. I loved watching her work - she puts her different spins on every take.


6. What was it like working with Katherine Hiegel in Jackie & Ryan?

Katherine was, well...beautiful! But she was also like a mom on set - she was caring with the whole crew. I felt really connected to her - And I loved how the movie came out - I thought Ben Barnes was amazing.


7. What was your favorite episode to work on for Revenge?

I liked when the writers started to write young Amanda with more edge. My favorite episode was when I was in the correctional institute and the therapist was trying to brainwash me, then locked me in a room. I like going to places I normally don't go in my real life - the scarier and more intense, the better.


8. Do you see any old castmates from previous shows?

My sister Natalie plays David Mazouz's love interest on Batman - He played my love interest in Dear Dumb Diary. So when I go to New York to visit her, we all hang out together. Pretty cool.


9. What is the best part of acting and what was your favorite job so far?

I love to travel with my work - whenever one of us books a job, our first question is, "Where does it shoot?" - I just love the whole feeling of being on set - getting up before the sun comes up - hanging out with other actors...all of it.


10. Can you tell us anything about your upcoming movie The Babysitters?

I am shooting a dark comedy, The Babysitter, directed by McG. It's definitely my favorite genre - the kind of movie I would go to see - so I'm excited to be in it. It's probably the most fun set I've ever been on - McG is the best. He knows how to make people laugh, while getting the work done. It doesn't feel like work at all.


We'd like to thank Emily for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 24 2015 by Lisa
1 Day Til Christmas!





Quinn Friedman played the role of Alec on General Hospital. This year he has been seen on Togetherness, Community, and more! To keep up to date make sure to follow him on Instagram.









1. How do you learn your lines for your projects?

I practice my lines a couple times. After, I got 80% down I practice a couple times with my dad. Then when I'm at the audition I make sure I know my lines by practicing it once.


2. What was the experience like attending the Celebrity Stuff-A-Thon?

It was a lot of fun at the Celebrity Stuff-A-Thon. There were a lot of cool games and I saw a lot of friends that I've worked with when I was younger. But obviously the best part was helping out the kids and giving them presents. It made me feel so happy!


3. What was it like filming your episode of Togetherness?

It was a lot of fun working that day. My brother's first theatrical job was this one. That day I showed my brother how TV shows work and he loved it. Also, it was a lot fun on the show. They had great snacks, I made a lot of new friends, and of course I got to work with my bro. It was a lot of fun!!!


4. How do you like working with your brother?

It's so much fun working with my brother. This is the only person that I can work with and fully trust and love. I get to have someone to talk with always and have fun with. My brother is amazing and I don't know what I would do without him.


5. What was the best part of filming your episode of Community?

The best part of filming Community was filming the last scene. There was a lot of lines for me which is always great. Also, they made it rain with pretend water and I had to act like a mean cruel kid. It was really funny and I loved the role I had!


6. What was your shoot for your Domino's commercial like?

It was a lot of fun. The coolest part was there was pretending that there was characters but there was really nothing. It was funny because we were amazed and wowed by just a table not little characters.


7. How did you enjoy working with Anthony Anderson on black-ish?

It was a lot fun working on black-ish. Anthony Anderson was really funny. He said so many funny jokes. Also, Marsai Martin and Miles Brown were amazing friends to meet. Miles called me one day because my birthday date is December 29th, 2004 and his birthday is December 28th, 2004. He is only one day older than me. We played a lot of fun games such as the Kendama and Connect-4.


8. What was your time on set like filming your Eggo commercial?

It was a lot of fun on Eggo. I loved the set because it was a friendly kitchen area. Also I got to fight over texting with my dad. It was a lot of fun!


9. How did you like working with Emily and Alyvia?

It was a lot of fun working with Aly and Emily. Also, there older sister Nataly was there. It was cool because I already knew them because I worked on a pilot with Emily 4 years ago. It was a lot of fun. One thing at Emily likes to do that we did was prank call her friends. It was a lot of fun!


10. Do you have a favorite project you have done this year?

The Vigil was my favorite thing that I have done this year. The Vigil was a horror film that was for YouTube. Me and my sister which is also a YouTuber, had to be in a creepy farm town. I had so much fun working on set. I had to pretend bully my sister and make fun of her. It had a lot of bad language but was a lot of fun!


Is there anything else you would like to add?

Thank you for this opportunity to answer these questions.


We'd like to thank Quinn for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 24 2015 by Lisa
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Gunner and Ryder Gadbois play the role of Connor Newman on The Young and The Restless. This year the boys were seen in episodes of Kirby Buckets, The Thundermans, and True Blood! To keep up to date make sure to follow them on Twitter and Instagram.










1. What was the boys first booking?

Their first booking was playing baby John Swanson on Parks and Rec (son of Ron Swanson)


2. How did the boys enjoy filming The Mindy Project?

They loved it. The crew prepared us that one baby would need to eat and one would need to sleep. We sent ryder for the eating part because he was always snacking and then he refused to eat. It was pretty funny but it worked out well!


3. What was their time on set like filming their Skittles commercial?

Well, most importantly there were tons of Skittles available to them. They had a great time, one of the boys even fell asleep on their "mom" during filming!


4. Is there any way to tell Gunner and Ryder apart? Can the cast tell the boys apart?

They have very slight differences. Ryder's head is a little more narrow while Gunner's head is a little more round. Their ears are another way (Gunner's left ear is identical to Ryder's right ear and vice versa.) so we have to be sure i'm looking at the correct ear to tell who it is. The cast cannot tell them apart. They try to guess each time, at least they have a 50/50 shot! :-)


5. What is your favorite part of Gunner and Ryder working at YR?

I love watching them bond and grow with the cast they get to work it. It's so much fun to see their relationships blossom on and off camera.


6. How do the boys enjoy working with Justin Hartley?

They love him! They have recently started calling him "TB Dad" aka TV dad. It's pretty cute.


7. What is it like working with Melissa Claire Egan?

She is just the sweetest and the boys absolutely adore her. She is just a genuine and kind woman.


8. What is the experience like working with Eric Braeden?

He is great! He is a grandpa himself and that totally shows when he is interacting with the boys on and off set. A couple weeks ago he shared his orange with them and they thought that was the coolest!


9. Is there anyone on the show you hope Gunner and Ryder will have a chance to work with?

I would love for them to get the chance to work with everyone. They have worked with a majority of the cast and anyone who they haven't worked with, they have interacted with behind the scenes. Everyone is so amazing and welcoming to them.


10. What is your favorite scene that the boys have filmed on YR?

My favorite episode to date is when they were celebrating Connor's birthday in Paris and they took a family selfie with tongues out. That was such a fun scene. I think the best part is the tongues out was spur of the moment and not scripted to happen.


Anything else you'd like to add?

I would just like to take a moment to thank everyone for the support and love they show the boys. The cast, the crew, and the fans have been so welcoming and kind. We truly appreciate it!



We'd like to thank Gunner, Ryder and their family for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 24 2015 by Heaven
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Mackenzie Aladjem played Miranda Montgomery on All My Children, along with the roles of Pamela on Passions and Charlotte on Parenthood. This year she has been seen on Black Jesus and in the final season of Nurse Jackie! To keep up to date make sure to like her page on Facebook, follow her on Twitter, and follow her on Instagram.







1. What was the experience like attending the Annie premiere and seeing the new show from the audience?

It was super exciting getting to see some old friends from my tour (Hannigan, JFK, dog wrangler) and I was able to meet the new Molly, who was so cute and sweet! I have seen the show a couple times now from the audience. I could see the show over and over-I am still not tired of it! When I did the show I was only 7 and 8 years old, so I don't remember a lot-but surprisingly enough, I remember the choreography for all the numbers in the show!


2. How did you enjoy appearing on Home and Family?

Home and Family was such a fun experience! From the moment I arrived on the lot, everyone was so friendly and welcoming!


3. What was it like playing Operation on the show?

It was actually pretty scary because I am already not the best at that board game, let alone the life size version. I think I was at a disadvantage because of my height (haha), but it was so much fun to play!


4. What was the experience like filming Black Jesus?

Black Jesus was super cool! Everyone who work there is really funny. I laughed the entire time. It was cool working with a combat coach for the fight!


5. How did you enjoy working with Andrew Bachelor?

He was so great! I was really nervous about having to "beat him up", but he made me feel really comfortable.


6. Is there anything you can share about your film Time Toys?

Time Toys is basically a great, fun family film about a group of kids who save the world together with the help of some really cool toys!


7. What was the best part of doing all the press for the final episodes of Nurse Jackie?

It was exciting meeting new people with each opportunity and being able to talk about all the fun times at Nurse Jackie.


8. Did you get to keep anything from the Nurse Jackie set after the final season?

Yes I did. From the set, I was able to keep a snow globe (that sits on my nightstand) and a magnet from our kitchen. I was also have one of my favorite jackets of Fiona's and some other wardrobe used throughout the years. Oh, and a pair of scrubs-which was super cool!!!


9. What was it like filming your last episode?

It was SO upsetting. It is hard to put into words, but along with the sadness, there was still a humorous/happy energy because everyone was remembering the good times and we felt very proud to be a part of Nurse Jackie.


10. In all the seasons of Nurse Jackie what was your favorite scene to film and why?

That is so hard! I loved working with everyone, but I loved the scene in Season 2 where she is putting on my cast. It was a vert tender moment. I also liked the scene when we were taste testing the cakes for my "Dad's" wedding. Everyone in video village had bets on who was going to throw up first-everyone picked me!!!


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

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Posted on Dec 24 2015 by Lisa
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McKenna Roberts plays the role of Matilda Ashby on The Young and the Restless. This year she has also been seen on CSI: Cyber and Extant! To keep up to date make sure to visit her website, follow her on Twitter and follow her on Instagram.







1. What was your time on set like filming CSI: Cyber?

It was fun because I got to play a little girl named "Rae" which is also my real middle name, how cool! And I made friends with the most adorable puppy named Milo in the make-up trailer.


2. How did you like working with Patricia Aquette?

I really like Patricia she is such a nice lady. She really made me comfortable on set. After we were done taping one day she gave the best compliment saying "McKenna You Killed It Today".


3. What was it like filming with Ted Danson?

Funny story, because I actually didn't film with him. He was still filming his other show CSI so I worked with his stand in. But I met him while we both were taping a voiceover in the ADR room. He was very nice.


4. How did you enjoy doing the Halloween video for the Disney Store?

It was fun because Halloween is one of my favorite holidays and I liked my costume!


5. What was the experience like working on your episodes of Extant?

I had the best time on the set of Extant! It was so much fun, I met a lot of really talented people and I went on a whale watching field trip with Pierce Gagnon.


6. How did you enjoy working with Halle Berry?

I just loved Halle Berry, she's so pretty, and she is funny and nice. She's like a cool Mom and she even drove me around in golf cart! I wish I will get to work with her again.


7. What was your time on set like filming Devon and Hilary's wedding?

Happy! Happy! It was the first time I ever been to a wedding Lol! Best part was I got to be the flower girl.


8. Do you see any of the other YR kids outside of YR?

Aidan yes, we are very good friends and we've hung out a lot off set.


9. What has been your favorite scene to do for Y&R this year?

Devon and Hillary's wedding was my favorite episode I did so far.


10. If you can say, what is your next project?

Right now I'm working on my Hip-Hop dance recital coming up soon. I'm taking some coaching sessions to keep my acting skills sharp! And hopefully some singing lessons soon.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

Thank You Starkidz! ♥

McKenna Roberts


We'd like to thank McKenna for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 24 2015 by Lisa
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Jason David plays the role of Aiden Spencer on General Hospital. This year he was seen in the film Some Kind Of Beautiful and returned to season 7 of The League! To keep up to date make sure to keep checking back here at the site.









1. How do you enjoy filming The League?

I really like it.


2. What is it like working with Katie Aselton?

It’s good. She’s funny.


3. What was your shoot for your Little Tykes commercial like?

It was cool. I got to ride the bike around a real newspaper factory.


4. What was the coolest part of shooting for GAP?

I liked my hat.


5. How do you like working with Billy Miller?

He is fun and likes to wrestle


6. What is it like working with Becky Herbst?

She is a good mom.


7. How do you enjoy working with Michael and James?

I love playing with my brothers on the show.


8. What was the best part of filming the wedding?

My mom said I was wearing a penguin suit.


9. Is there someone at GH you would like the chance to work with?

Everyone


10. What has been your favorite scene to film for General Hospital?

I got real cake at the first wedding.



We'd like to thank Jason for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 24 2015 by Heaven
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Laura Krystine worked on a 2012 episode of The Neighbors. This year she has been seen on Richie Rich, Fresh Off the Boat, and is Lori Loudly on 100 Things to Do Before High School! To keep up to date make sure to like her page on Facebook, follow her on Twitter and follow her on Instagram.







1. What was it like shooting with Cathryn Farnsworth?

Shooting with Cathryn Farnsworth is amazing! I've been doing my headshots with her since I was 7yrs old. But the best time I've ever had shooting with her was with my friends Jenna Ortega and Krischelle Delgado. We had so much fun at LACMA! Cathryn is truly a blessing and I'm so glad she is my photographer!


2. How did you enjoy attending the Nickelodeons Kids Choice Sports Awards?

Attending the KCSA was fun. I went with my amazing friends, Jenna Ortega and Izabella Alvarez. We had a fun night. It was funny watching celebrity athletes get slimed and having fun.


3. What was your time on set like working on Fresh Off the Boat?

Working on Fresh Off The Boat as Walter's girlfriend was so much fun!! The Sunday before the week of the shoot we all took skating lessons at a roller rink in Van Nuys. We all had some slips and falls!! LOL!!! But it was so much fun!! At the roller rink I was able to really get to know the cast and my set "boyfriend". Haha!

I also made really good friends that I still keep in touch with. Forrest is a true talent and I loved working with him and still remain friends with him!! I really am so blessed to have worked on such an amazing show!!!!


4. How did you enjoy working with Hudson Yang?

Oh Hudson!!!!!! LOL, he brings so much fun to the set!!! But, even though he brings so much laughter to everyone around him he is still so professional! He delivers his lines and character amazingly and it was truly an awesome experience working with him!


5. What was your shoot for your Kia commercial like?

My first round of Kia commercials were actually done in 2013 I shot 4. But later I was notified by my manager that the production company wanted to shoot another round for a different vehicle! I remember being super excited because I did not have to audition and was directly booked!!!! Yay! That second series was a total of 5 I think? I also got to work with a different brother for that second round of commercials. His name was Dominic and he was adorable and amazing.


6. What was the best part of filming your episode of Richie Rich?

The best part of filming Richie Rich was the super cool set! I really liked seeing all the awesome props and sets! But of course more than that was working with my friend Jenna Ortega! Jenna is one of the best most amazing people I know!!! I was super excited to be on set with her!!


7. Are there any differences between working on a network/cable series vs. a Netflix series?

Differences between a Netflix series and a cable/network series....... Hmmmm, I really enjoyed the experience being able to work both. To be honest I didn't feel too much of a difference! I am just grateful I have done both!


8. What was your first day on set of 100 Things to Do Before High School like?

OMG!!!!!!!!! My first day on set of 100 Things was AMAZING!!!!!! I couldn't wait to hurry up and find my friend Jaheem(Fenwick) I didn't tell him I booked the role of Lori Loudly so I wanted to surprise him!!!!! haha...... Meeting Scott Fellows(the creator) was absolutely amazing and inspiring!!! I felt so comfortable on set and the cast really made me feel like I was part of their family! Isabela is a true talent she's so nice and welcoming!!!! I think my first day/week was probably the best ever!! I got to hang out with the cast and get to know everyone! I will forever cherish my time and experience on such an amazing Nickelodeon show!!!!!!! I have made true friends and totally respect the work they put into 100 Things!!! Isabela, Jaheem, Owen and Brady are just amazing!!!


9. What is your favorite part about your character Lori?

My favorite part about playing Lori Loudly....... Well, I'm the LOUDEST one on the set to start haha, but I've really enjoyed being a crazy, funny, loud and just silly character!!! She's so easy to play cause I can act as silly as I want, and to me that's a lot of fun!


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

My favorite people to work with this year is such a hard question!!!!! I feel so very blessed to have worked with Scott Fellows!!! He isn't just the producer/creator of 100 Things, he's soooooo much more!!!! He works with everyone on a personal note to ensure he gets his desired outcome! When Scott would take me aside to help me with Lori Loudly I would think to myself, "WOW!!! I'm getting one on one coaching, advice and direction on such a personal level from SCOTT FELLOWS!! No way any coach, manager or even agent can teach or give me what I'm getting right now" I honestly felt honored to be part of his show!!! I also really enjoyed working with Isabela Moner. Yes we are close in age, but I still was able to learn from her. She's very professional and a pleasure to work with!


We'd like to thank Laura for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 24 2015 by Lisa
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Eva Bella played Sienna on Parenthood. This year she has been seen on Mad Men and has been busy lending her voice to the series Shimmer and Shine! To keep up to date make sure to follow her on Twitter and Instagram.









1. What was the experience like filming your episode of Mad Men?

When I filmed my episode of Mad Men it was really amazing because to see how structured the show was was just incredible. I did my scene with Jon Hamm and he was just so kind and during lunch he asked me a few questions about Frozen and just to be able to work with someone that was so professional and kind was really amazing.


2. How did you enjoy working on Feed Me?

Working on Feed Me was really fun because I got to just be surrounded by such great and really funny people and even though it didn't get picked up it was a great experience. I would have to say my favorite person to work on that show was Toks Olagundoye because she is just so down to earth and sweet and kind. Also, the last day of filming she ordered a ice cream cart for the whole cast and crew.


3. What is it like attending premieres for movies you've worked on?

When I get to go to the premieres for movies I have worked on it is always super fun because those are thing things that I just get to really enjoy and have fun at.


4. What is the best part of attending the GenerationOn events?

When I attend Generation on events it really makes me feel good because there is a bunch of kids that all come together to make a difference in the world which I really love doing.


5. Do you do anything special to prepare for auditions?

I drink tea almost every day of my life, whether I have a voice over audition or a live action audition tea always makes me calm, it soothes my throat, and it just tastes amazing.


6. What is the process like doing additional voices for a project?

When I get to do additional voice work it is always super fun to see some of my friends. One of the things we do for additional voice work is called a donut, when we all stand up and get in a circle and we just keep walking and shouting words or sentences or laughs into the microphone once we get to it. But what we say into the microphone has to be appropriate with what the scene is about or what is going on.


7. When watching the movies that you've lent your voice to, how do you react when you hear yourself?

When I hear my voice for the movies I have worked I doesn't even really cross my mind that I am a certain character which I find kind of funny because all I know and remember is just the experience of doing the work so it never really has crossed my mind. All I think about is how funny my faced must have looked when said certain lines.


8. What has been your favorite episode of Shimmer and Shine to do so far?

My favorite episode of Shimmer and Shine has to be the episode Santa's Little Genies because the animation in that episode is just so beautiful and it's really funny too.


9. Do you get to spend time with Isabella and Alina often when working on the series?

I do not ever get to work with them in the booth but I do get to see them after or before I am in the booth.


10. Outside of Shimmer and Shine, what has been your favorite voice over project to do this year?

My favorite voice over project this year has been a job that I have to actually keep under wraps but once it comes out I think everyone will love it.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

I have a live action movie that will be coming out in 2016 called Jessica Darling's It List and I get to play the role of Sara, who is definitely very confident about her wealth and popularity. She says things that she thinks may be a compliment in her mind, but may not come out as the nicest thing. I hope everyone loves it. I also just want to say thank you for all these great questions and I hope everyone has a great holidays!

Xoxo!

-Eva Bella <3

We'd like to thank Eva for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 24 2015 by Lisa
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Sloane Morgan Siegel did a 2013 episode of The Neighbors. This year he has been busy starring as Gortimer Gibbon in Gortimer Gibbon's Life on Normal Street! To keep up to date make sure to visit his website, like his page on Facebook, follow him on Twitter, and follow him on Instagram.









1. What was your time in the studio like doing voice over work for Eddie of the Realms Eternal?

It was amazing. While I did not work in the booth with all of the voice actors/actresses on the show, I did work one on one with Jason Spisak who was Hobi, the Elf Wizard. Working with such a talented voice actor taught me so much. Also the show is animated by Cartoon Saloon who is in Ireland. We actually Skyped with them during the taping and they were awesome. Both Jason and I confused them a bit with our Irish accents, but it was all in fun. I'm very proud of our work, and hope to hear soon that the pilot will go into a series.


2. What was your time on set like working on Game of Scones?

Since "Game of Scones" is a spoof, it was hard to keep a straight face during filming. The actors were very talented and we all had a blast shooting the show. There were great jokes towards GOTs. The GOTs actors actually enjoyed the show.


3. How did you enjoy attending The Celebrity Stuff-A-Thon event?

I attend it every year and never get tired of giving back to such a wonderful charity. I had fun working with my acting friends as well. We not only were working but enjoying time with each other and catching up on our respective shows. This year some of the kids that get the bags attended the event and the smiles on their faces warmed my heart.


4. What was the best part of attending the Just Jared Fall Fun Day event?

It was awesome celebrating the launch of "Gortimer Gibbon's Life on Normal Street" Season 2 with friends and family as well as other invited guests. The carnival atmosphere and food were great.


5. How did you feel when you learned you were featured in Variety Magazine's Youth Impact Report?

I was ecstatic when I heard the news. While I was humbled by the award, I was also very proud to be featured in such a prestigious magazine with my fellow actors and actresses for our successes in our industry.


6. Do you do anything special to jump into character before going on set for Gortimer Gibbon's Life on Normal Street?

Not really. Throughout the two and a half years of the show, Gortimer and I have continued to grow up together. At this time, I am Gortimer is me and I am Gortimer.


7. How do you like working with Drew Justice?

Drew is like the brother I never had. He's bright, funny, and a blast to work with. His comedic timing is amazing, and he can bring the dramatic scenes to life as well. I believe we will always be great friends, and hope we work together in other projects in the future.


8. What is it like filming with Robyn Lively?

Robyn is an absolute joy and pleasure to work with. She is a kind woman and mother. Our chemistry on screen is phenomenal. It's an honor to work with such a seasoned and professional actress who brings out the real son in Gortimer and me on the show. She has so much experience and has given me so much input and support on the show. If I didn't already have the world's best mother, she would make a good choice.


9. Do you have a favorite scene that's aired this year for the series?

My absolute favorite episode is "Gortimer vs Gortimer vs Gortimer" (Season 2 Episode 10) and my favorite scene in that episode is the balcony scene where Gortimer pours his heart out to Abigail and confesses his feelings for her.


10. What can you share about the upcoming set of Gortimer Gibbon's Life on Normal Street episodes in April?

Gortimer and his pals continue to grow up on Normal Street. Their adventures become more mature and eventful. The writers outdid themselves in Season 3 or 2B which ever we wind up calling it. The stories and costumes become much more elaborate. I also get to do a ton of stunts in the episodes like fencing and fighting, and we will find out once and for all if Gortimer and Abigail become a thing or not.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

Thank you for your kind and thoughtful questions. I'm extremely proud of our work past and present and can't wait till April of 2016 when the next season will air. Also, thank you for your continuing support and friendship.


We'd like to thank Sloane for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 24 2015 by Lisa
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Katie Silverman played Libby on General Hospital and this year has been seen in a Toys R Us commercial! To keep up to date make sure to follow her on Twitter.










1. How did you enjoy doing voice over work for Despicable Me 2?

I was so excited when I heard I was able to work on Despicable Me 2! ADR work is so much fun and I love animation and voice over.


2. What was filming your Subway commercial like?

Filming the subway commercial / Frankenweenie tie-in campaign was also alot of fun because I was portraying a character from the film. In fact, the whole family in this one got to dress up as characters from the Frankenweenie movie. I'm a fan of Tim Burton and subway sandwiches, so I was really excited when I got picked for that one!


3. What was your time on set like working on General Hospital?

The General Hospital experience was amazing. In my opinion, working on a soap opera is very much like working in the theater. I love the theater and started acting on stage at a very young age, so it was so great to be able to work in a similar atmosphere.


4. How did you enjoy filming with Kelly Thiebaud?

The character Britt is so much fun and it was great to be a patient of hers. I also love comedy, so it was great to be a part of a comedic moment on the show.


5. What was the experience like working on Grey's Anatomy?

I actually worked on Private Practice as Young Amelia in the flashback robbery scene with her brother Derek. I was so lucky that they were able to re-use the footage from Private Practice on Grey's from Derek's perspective.


6. How did you like doing voice over work for Castle?

Working in voice over is one of my favorite things, and it was a lot of fun being a voice in a tape they played over and over again as a clue in Castle. It was even more fun because, in addition, Castle is one of my Mom's favorite shows.


7. What was the process like doing ADR work for Frozen?

Working on Frozen was really fun because I love animated movies. We would improvise and do characters to the picture. It's a lot of fun doing ADR because you get to work with other kids.


8. How did you enjoy attending the premiere for Home?

The Home premiere was a lot of fun. I really like Rihanna's music, so it was super exciting to see her in person.


9. What is the best part about being on television?

The best part of being on TV is that, like all other kinds of projects, television is an opportunity for me to do my favorite thing: acting!


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

I loved being able to work on the New Girl. I love comedy, so that show is a perfect fit for me! I have had a lot of fun every time I've gotten to play Young Jess.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

The other thing I'm most excited is being in the Toys R Us Star Wars spot. I have always been a HUGE Star Wars fan for a long time so to be able to be a part of that campaign has been so exciting for me and my family. Plus my sister is in it too!!!


We'd like to thank Katie for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 24 2015 by Lisa
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Natalie Alyn Lind is the older sister of Emily and Alyvia. This year she has been seen in recurring roles on both Gotham and The Goldbergs! To keep up to date make sure to like her page on Facebook, follow her on Twitter, and follow her on Instagram.







1. What was your time on set like filming Murder in the First?

My character, Daisy, on Murder in the First was very emotionally complex. She's afraid of her father and her cousin beat her - not much I can relate to. But it was the first time I was able to play a character with some edge - I loved it.


2. What was your first day on set like for The Goldbergs?

That seems like so long ago! I knew right away that the show was going to be a hit. Sometimes you can just tell. And everyone had so much fun - I had never laughed so hard on set.


3. How do you enjoy working with Sean Giambrone?

I love working with Sean so much! He's taller than me now! We've come so far - the show's been on for three years now, so I feel like I've kind of grown up with him. He's one of the sweetest and most talented people I know.


4. What is it like filming with Wendi McLendon-Covey?

Wendi is hilarious! She's like a mother figure on set. Being able to work with one of the funniest women in show business has been such a blessing.


5. Do you ever get to give any input on what Dana says or her style choices?

The creator of the show, Adam Goldberg has a very specific view on how Dana should look, act, etc...because Dana is a real person. Adam tries to replicate the real life people the characters are based on. But I actually love wearing the 80's fashion and getting my hair teased to twice its size.


6. How do you like working on Gotham?

I love working on Gotham! My character Silver St. Cloud is this crazy bad ass and is secretly evil. The writing on the show is so incredible. They're always giving me amazing story lines - I never know which direction Silver is going next.


7. What is the most challenging part of having to travel to film the series? The best part?

The most challenging part about having to travel for work is missing my family. I hate being away from them, but in the end it's worth it because I get the film in my favorite city, New York. Trying to combine Goldbergs and Gotham's schedule is tough too, but the upside is I never stop working.


8. What is it like working with David Mazouz?

I've known David for A few years now - he played my sister's love interest in Dear Dumb Diary - he's definitely one of the best parts about going to set because we're great friends now! He's an amazing actor and he's been killing the role of Bruce Wayne.


9. Is there anything you can tell us about what is coming up for Silver St. Cloud?

I can't give any storylines away, but the viewers are about to see the real side of Silver. We're one episode away till the midseason finale, so I'm getting anxious for everyone to see it!


10. What is the best part of acting and what was your favorite job so far?

My favorite part of acting is being able to create complex characters. I love picking up a script and seeing what crazy thing I get to do next. My favorite job I've done so far, was a TV show I shot in Canada called Flashpoint. I'm half Canadian so being able to shoot in Toronto was so much fun.


We'd like to thank Natalie for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 23 2015 by Lisa
2 Days Til' Christmas!





Londyn Silzer plays the role of Ava on The Young and The Restless. This year she was seen modeling for Tea Collection and Mattel! To keep up to date make sure to keep checking back here at the site.









1. What was the best part of shooting for Barbie?

I love working at Mattel so much- everyone is so nice & I love to see what I'm going to wear- they have huge closets of clothes and love getting my hair done:) I loved doing the Barbie dream house shoot because my sister did the box for it and I was on the website!


2. What was your time on set like working on your Sofia the First commercial?

That was so fun because I had a pretend mommy who was so nice and we had to learn a script together on set and we had so much fun seeing how fast we could learn it!


3. How did you react to seeing it for the first time?

My Mommys friend sent it to us when she saw it and I loved how it came out. It was fun for my friends to see me too- they said it was cute. Fun fact: they had to change the camera angle because I am a lefty for the letter writing!!


4. What was it like filming the Christmas story scenes for General Hospital?

Well that was an interesting story! When we found out it was going to be about Krampus and not Santa I had to see the costume first to make sure I was not scared! Wardrobe had all the kids come see the mask and stuff so we could see what it would look like! It was so fun to work with my sister and her friends too!


5. How did you like working with Kathleen Gati (Dr. Obrecht)?

She was very nice and a great singer! She is always so nice so it was hard not to laugh when she had her big Krampus costume on!


6. How did you like doing print work for Tea Collection?

That's was the most amazing job for me because I love horses and I got to work with a beautiful brown horse on my first shoot with them:) I love everyone at Tea and they have the most beautiful clothes and love all of the accessories too. I got to fly to Utah for the winter shoot at the salt flats and it was the best time ever! They had a white & brown alpaca and they were so cute! I even tasted the salt and took some home with me!!


7. Do you have a favorite outfit you modeled for them?

It is to hard to choose- I loved every outfit so much and loved all of the hats too! Everything is adorable that they make:)


8. What did it feel like to see yourself on the cover of their catalog?

I I screamed so loud when I got home from school and Mommy showed me! It was so special to be on my first cover and still can't believe it. I am so thankful to Tea for choosing me to be on the cover- a huge blessing!


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

That is so hard because I love everyone that I have worked with this year. Being on set is so fun and it is such a dream to go somewhere new and meet new people and see old friends too. It is always so much fun and I love doing new things each time:) Every job I am so grateful for and so thankful.


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

That is to hard to choose I loved them all so much! I loved being at Mattel, swimming in pools for Speedo, working with horses & alpacas for Tea Collection, everyone from General Hospital, Sofia the First & new Pokeman commercial and my first big role playing Ava on The Young & the Restless!


Anything else you'd like to add

Yes, I want to say I am very grateful for all of the new experiences I had this year- they mean so much to me. I am so thankful for the support of my family & friends & Thank you for being so kind to me and my sister Brooklyn!


We'd like to thank Londyn for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 23 2015 by Heaven
2 Days Til' Christmas!





Peter and Thomas play the role of Tate Black on Days of our Lives. The boys were also seen in Ted 2, Parks & Recreation and Bones! To keep up to date make sure to keep checking back here at the site.









1. What was the experience like to be a part of Ted 2?

Ted 2 was indeed an experience. We got the call driving home from a True Detectives photo shoot where Collin Ferrell was snuggling my guys so you can imagine the double dose of excitement. The cast was wonderful to us: Amanda Seyfried played peek a boo with the boys off screen to get a good shot, Jessica Barth fed them and played with them to better acquaint, she even went so far as to offer her trailer as ours was rather small. Mark W was great with the boys, friendly and really fun. A great group of people! Seth McFarlane is a perfectionist and the scene was repeated many times which made for long days, but I felt nothing but support from everyone.


2. What was their time on set like filming Parks & Recreation?

My husband and our set sitter, Lisa took the boys to P&R as he is a huge fan. He was raving about cast and crew! They took him on a tour of the set once he shared his love for the show, it was awesome.


3. How did you react when the boys booked Days of Our Lives?

Utter disbelief and borderline panic upon booking a series. We aren't "Hollywood" people, arriving here was rather unexpected. We basically assumed that nothing would come of this so to book a soap was completely daunting! And so thrilling. And then we of course told everyone. ;)


4. What was their first day on set like?

Our first day on set was a tailspin. Arriving in an unknown location, navigating set props and wardrobe to find the hub was all very surreal. We were received so kindly and directed to a private room where we were met with a set nurse and teacher. I came with a set sitter and of course the boys: it's a lot of people in a room giving you a ton of information in a short time, and meanwhile I'm just hoping my kids don't scream on camera. ;). When our call time hit I was excited and nervous but the boys did great. I was unfamiliar with the show, so while I'm watching off camera a dressed down Jen Lilley started chatting with me about how excited she was to finally getting a baby on set. I then started watching the show, lol.


5. Is there any way to tell the boys apart? Can any castmates tell the boys apart?

Our sweet Thomas has what I call the "Thomas Tell" a freckle on his right temple. He's also got a birth mark on his upper thigh which isn't all that helpful most of the time. He also weighs a bit more than Peter so you can tell them apart when side by side.
Jen Lilley has never been wrong, and she's not using the freckle either. She can and does always identify the boys correctly.


6. What is it like working with Jen Lilley?

The boys are so lucky to have such a wonderful set mom, Jen is great. Completely comfortable with little ones and all that comes with them, including spit up. (Yes, the boys have puked on Jen Lilley 😳). Regardless, she visits before filming and plays, chats. She's super easy going and so terrific with my guys.


7. How do Peter and Thomas enjoy working with Eric Martsolf?

As a twin father, Eric certainly isn't intimidated by the double trouble. He's easy going, comfortable to talk to and be around. He tends to be around when we arrive and always messes a little with them, they love it!


8. Is there anyone at Days you hope they have a chance to work with?

We've been lucky enough to be exposed to so many of the actors. These people love babies!! We leave our door open and so many come in, hold the guys, play and chat. Actually True covered for me once when I dashed down the hall for coffee and they called the boys. She was trying to get Peter to sleep in her arms and insisted on staying with him. Diedre Hall is so sweet with them and always has a good tip on teething, or works with my oldest son on reading signs if I have to bring him along. Arianne Zucker is another sucker for babies, she has visited and played with them too. Such lucky boys! They are all great and I feel we've got one better than working on set with this cast, they are personable and involved all the time.


9. Are there any funny stories from set?

There was a day on set where I walked out with Peter, and Eric and Jen most unexpectedly launched into song (ragtime) and I'm fairly sure my jaw dropped to the floor. I stood before them holding Peter and they belted it out. I think all were in awe until Stuart awakened us and we got down to business. Watching them on set with the prop baby is always hysterical, and there was the day we had to do a few takes and Jen laughingly complained that she had just worked out her arms the day before... These are some solid boys, lol. Plus she's so tiny, they look half her size sometimes!


10. Do you have a favorite episode the boys have filmed?

I loved the Christmas episode, Thomas wearing his Santa hat so proudly, honestly when we walked on set everyone gasped, he looked so cute! I cannot wait to see it.


Anything else you'd like to add?

It's been a really fun adventure. My husband is probably most jealous of the boys birth scene with Brooklyn Decker, lol. How many guys get a chance to snuggle Brooklyn?! I truly enjoyed that set, Grace & Frankie, and walking out amongst so many greats was probably the first time I had to consciously remain calm: Lily Tomlin, Martin Sheen, Jane Fonda, etc... I am very proud my boys could work with those greats, albeit briefly.

It's not easy doing this with two babies, but it is an experience I'll never forget. And for us, the best part of DOOL is a video timeline of the boys growing up, doesn't get much better than that.


We'd like to thank Peter, Thomas and their family for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 23 2015 by Heaven
2 Days Til' Christmas!





Sinqua Walls played the role of Miles Harris on Passions. This year he appeared on Comedy Central's All-Star Non-Denominational Christmas Special, and in a Mod Murs Music Video! To keep up to date make sure to keep checking back here at the site.








1. How do you prepare for an audition?

Well there is two part to this answer the business part and then the creative part. First for the business part, most of the time when I'm preparing for an audition my mom gets the scrip or the breakdown and she sends me an email and also tells me verbally. Once I know this I read over the script or the breakdown so I can learn more about my character.

Next comes the creative part. Once I know who my character is I begin to working creativing bringing that character to life. This involves me digging throug my experiences I have had for the past 10 years of my life and serif I can relate to that character from either having similar experiences of finding an experience I have experienced that may bring up the same emotions required to play that character. From there if they give me a script my mom or one of my good friends works with me on reading the script so I memorize it and practice. From there I go to the audition and always imagine I already have the part and they just need to meet me in person before they give me the role.


2. Do you ever get nervous at all before going in to one?

Oh yes I get nervous each and every time I get a new audition but the nervous part is what makes it fun. I like challenges.


3. What was it like being a part of Comedy Central's All-Star Non-Denominational Christmas Special?

This was a role that was fun and exciting! When I found out I had booked the role I screamed and had to pinch myself because I thought I was dreaming. I love comedy and in school they call me the class monkey because I'm always goofing around. Being on Comedy Central was on my bucket list to things to do in my life and I got to go it as a kid.


4. Do you have any special tricks to get yourself into character while on set?

Ah lol. Laughing yes I do but I already gave that secret away in question number one. If I was to add anything I would say it would be my mom's special ingredient of listening to one of her positive motivational CD's that she always plays.


5. If you could work on any project what would it be and who would it be with?

Oh this is a good one. If I could work on any project what would it be and who would it be with? Hmmm there is a few people that comes to mind but if I had to choose just one person I would love to work with my Dad whose name is also Sinqua Walls and I would have love to either play on his old TV show Teen Wolf or on his new TV show Once Upon A Time. If we did Once Upon A Time together we could wear those cool old costumes together and eat cookies laugh and stuff when we were on break.


6. What was the experience like filming your music video for Mod Murs?

This was fun and very interesting. Mod Murs was really fun to work with and it was very interesting learning how the music video was made and how the set looked totally completely from what it turned out when you saw the final version. Overall a great experience.


7. What is one of the funniest things to happen on set for a project?

I fell face down in the mud while shooting and when I got up couldn't see a thing. My mom got it all on camera.


8. Do you have a favorite part about acting?

My favorite part about acting is the challenge of learning a new character and the many opportunities I get to have to use my imagination. I love being creative.


9. Can you tell us anything about your episode of Tornado Alley?

Omg shooting this was one of the shows I will never forget. It was so cold outside when we shot this and on top of that they added the rain, the wind and I fell in the mud. In between each take they had to bring lots of bath towels to keep me warm because I was freezing. But after we got done shooting I got to get inside the ambulance and I got to sound the alarm. I love fire trucks and ambulances so that was cool.


10. Do you remember anything about your time on Passions? Do you ever watch yourself in old episodes?

I don't think I personally remember because I was so young but I do recall the memories because my mom took so many photos and documented it really good So I always feel like I remember it. We also watch the old episodes sometimes so that is always fun. I still like the episode with the flying turkey the best.


Anything else you'd like to add?

Do I have anything else I would like to add? I like for people to know that outside of acting I play basketball for a team called BFT and I also skateboard. I created my own skateboard company called Reverse and I make skateboards, custom design them and sell to my friends. I'm able to buy the boards with the money I earn from my acting so that is really fun for me.


We'd like to thank Sinqua for participating in this year's Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 23 2015 by Heaven
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