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Tate Berney played the role of AJ Chandler on All My Children. This year he has been seen on Henry Danger, the Kids Choice Sports Awards and more! To keep up to date make sure to visit his official website, like his page on Facebook, follow him on Twitter and follow him on Instagram.









1. What was your time on set like filming your NBA 2K17 commercial?

Filming the NBA 2K17 commercial was very cool! I got to totally be myself and ride my bike. It's fun doing what you love!


2. What was it like seeing it on TV for the first time?

I wasn't sure how they were going to put the whole thing together so it was fun seeing that it started with me!


3. How did you enjoy attending the Young Entertainer Awards?

The Young Entertainer Awards was really fun. Such a great experience! The awards show was really well put together AND my family and I got to go to Universal Studios after!


4. What did it feel like to win?

It was awesome to win. Being up against so many other great young actors, it was an honor to be chosen for the award film Insidious Chapter 3.


5. How did you prepare your acceptance speech?

I didn't really prepare anything because I didn't know I would win. Before I went to the event though I just kind of thought of who I would thank if might win.


6. What was your shoot for Riddell like?

Riddell was fun and easy because I love football and am used to wearing football gear and playing. They seemed really happy with me because I knew what I was doing and they could tell I was an athlete.


7. How did you like going to the Kids Choice Sports Awards and being slimed?

The KCS Awards was great! I have ALWAYS wanted to be slimed...and it finally happened! I got to meet Steph Curry and Klay Thompson!


8. Do you prefer commercials, print, or TV and why?

I actually like all of it. They are all so different. Print is easy and fun! Commercials are really fun too, just much harder to book. Both commercials and print are easier because there are no lines to learn. I really like TV and Film because even though its more work to learn the lines, and prepare for the scenes etc. it is so awesome to work with the cast and crew over time and become close to everyone. Then at the end to get see the finished movie or tv show and see how it all comes together its very rewarding.


9. What was it like getting together with your fellow AMC Kids this past summer?

I loved seeing everyone. My mom still talks to their moms, and I sometimes see what the girls on doing on IG and stuff, but it was cool to actually see everyone in person and catch up!


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

I filmed an episode of Henry Danger that just aired a couple of weeks ago. It is filmed on the same lot as Days of Our Lives, so when my mom and I were walking back to the dressing room we saw Jordi Vilasuso driving out in his car, we were so happy to get to see him and catch up. He could not believe how big I was. Then at the end of the day we went over and saw some of the crew, that were also worked on AMC. I also just filmed a commercial for Orkin as a log roller boy. It was hard work because we had to be hooked up to wires and everything, but I think its going to turn out awesome! Cant wait to see it! I also just finished working on a show called "The It Girls" It will be on YouTube!


Is there anything else you would like to add?

I really hope that everyone has a Merry Christmas and a healthy and happy New Year!


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

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Posted on Dec 25 2016 by Lisa
It's Christmas!




TK Weaver plays the role of Danny Morgan on General Hospital. This year he has also been seen in a skit for the ESPYS and to keep up to date make sure to follow him on Twitter and Instagram.









1. What was it like filming a skit for the ESPYS?

It was cool to be asked to be there but I was really nervous. I had a couple funny scenes that were cut but I heard we were lucky it aired at all!


2. What was the experience like filming with John Cena?

He is so nice. He is so big and friendly. I actually got a little shy around him.


3. What was your time on set like filming Upended?

That was my first role and I loved it. The cast was amazing, supportive and helpful. The best coaching I ever got was from Amy Landecker who played my mom in the movie. I got to hang out with Ian Harvey a lot too. We hula hooped together. The whole experience was so much fun. I still keep in touch with them and director Tessa Blake when I can. I was really lucky they chose me for the role.


4. How did you react when you found out you were cast to play Danny?

I had a feeling since Mark had taken me back to meet Frank during my audition but my mom said that I shouldn't get my hopes up. I got lucky that they liked my acting and look as Danny and when they hired me I was jumping around so excited. I love working there still.


5. What has the experience been like working on General Hospital?

It has been wonderful. I'm hoping they don't age the character for awhile. I'd like to stay there forever but I know that is probably not going to happen. I'll be disappointed when they change the character but I'm enjoying it now. I love the cast. My GH parents, grandmother and all the kids I have met. I just love everything about it.


6. Whats it like getting to work with Kelly Monaco?

I can't believe I get to work with her. She is really smart and helps me a lot. She is sweet and beautiful. I couldn't have a better tv mom.


7. How do you enjoy filming with Nancy Lee Grahn?

She is so funny and nice. She is fun to work with. She seems really young to be a grandma.


8. What is the best part of working with Billy Miller?

I have only met him a couple times but he is super cool. Last time we filmed together we talked about football and he gave me a soft football with a bear inside. I sleep with it now.


9. Is there anyone you would like to work with that you haven't gotten to yet?

I'd love to work with my sister Devin sometime. It would be cool to meet Nicolas Bechtel and work with him sometime.


10. What is your favorite scene that you have filmed this year?

The GH wedding scene was my favorite. I got to meet a bunch of people and have cake. Plus I got to meet and spend the day with Hudson West and we get along really well.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

Just want to thank you for including me in this. I had fun answering your questions.


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

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Posted on Dec 25 2016 by Lisa
It's Christmas!




Christian Ganiere plays the role of Parker Jonas on Days of Our Lives. He has been seen on About A Boy, in a commercial for Subaru and more! To keep up to date make sure to visit his official website, like his page on Facebook, follow him on Twitter and follow him on Instagram.









1. What was the best part of working on your episode of About A Boy?

Singing the silly song and getting to meet everyone.


2. What was your time on set like filming your Subaru commercial?

I loved it. It took 6 days and we went everywhere. The crew was super awesome and I had so much fun getting to drive the car. But I got bored because I drove around in circles so long and I fell asleep and the director had to lay down in the back of the car and talk to me to keep me awake.


3. What was the casting process like for Days?

I loved going to the office because they have a picture of Jensen Eckles on the wall because he used to be on the show. The process was pretty easy. Marnie is an awesome casing director. She was super nice and fun.


4. What has your experience been like working on the show?

It's been super great. Everyone is super nice and I have lots of fun. It's my first time working on a project where they move fast and don't do a million takes. I like that.


5. How do you like working with Nadia Bjorlin?

Nadia is so nice. She's super fun. I like hanging out with her backstage too. I love practicing with her too.


6. What is it like filming with Arianne Zucker?

Arianna is super fun to work with she always gives me big hugs. I love seeing her.


7. What was it like meeting Shawn Christian?

It was super cool to finally get to meet my dad because when I first started he had just died. I wanted to meet him the whole time and I finally got it. It was great.


8. Is there anyone in the cast you hope to get a chance to film with?

Well in the funeral scenes I got to film with almost everyone, but I didn't get to film much with my sister Melanie much and I wanted to do more with her. I also really want to work with Patrika Darbo, my grandma. I've met her several times and love her.


9. Do you have a favorite scene that has aired this year?

The ice cream scene with Nicole. I love ice cream and loved getting to eat it. Plus it was just a fun scene. We laughed a lot.


10. Can you tell us anything about your upcoming film The Nanny?

It's a paranormal thriller that was a lot of fun to shoot. It's about my mom and my sister and me and the new nanny my mom hires that isn't exactly what you think she is. It was creepy fun being part of it!


Is there anything else you would like to add?

My favorite things about acting are working with new people, going new places, and of course craft services. I had lots of fun filming The Bay this last week for Amazon with other soap opera friends.


We'd like to thank Christian for participating in our Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 25 2016 by Lisa
It's Christmas!




Scarlett Fernandez plays the role of Charlotte Cassadine on General Hospital. She has also filmed the pilot for Broken, done a commercial for Ross, and more! To keep up to date make sure to follow her on Twitter and Instagram.










1. How did you get started acting?

I started as a baby, so I don't remember a lot, but as I got older, I would go to a lot of auditions with my older sister Reagan. When I saw her in commercials and on TV, I really wanted to do it.


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

I loved filming the pilot, Broken. I flew to Texas, made a lot of new friends, got to use fake blood in my mouth, and worked with some famous actors.


3. What was the best part of working on your commercial for Ross?

The best part of the Ross commercial was being able to jump on the trampolines, because I'm a gymnast!


4. How did you react when you found out you booked General Hospital?

"WOOOOOHOOOO"...Then I called my Daddy to tell him!


5. What has your experience been like working on the soap so far?

I love working on General Hospital! Everyone has been really nice and everyone has helped me with every single thing I need to improve.


6. How do you like working with Bree Williamson?

Working with Bree is great. We have fun. She was really helpful when I was new, and I like that we look alike. She has big eyes like me.


7. What is it like filming with Matt Cohen?

Filming with Matt is fun. He is so nice every time I see him. I like that he is fighting for Charlotte. Did you see Griffin fight Valentin?


8. What is the best part of filming with Finola Hughes?

Finola Hughes is one of the nicest people on set. She always plays funs things with me and treats me like one of her own kids.


9. Is there anyone in the cast you hope to have a chance to work with?


I really hope I get to do some scenes with Eden McCoy.


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

My favorite scene at GH was the tantrum I got to do at the Halloween Party in Metro Court. I like the scenes where I eat too. Jimmy in props always gets me the best treats!


We'd like to thank Scarlett for participating in our Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 25 2016 by Lisa
It's Christmas!




Tyree Brown played the role of Jabbar on Parenthood. This year he has been seen on Criminal Minds, heard in an episode of Mack & Moxy, and more! To keep up to date make sure to visit his official website, follow him on Twitter and follow him on Instagram.









1. What was it like working with Denise Richards on Operation: Neighborhood Watch!?

Denise was really nice and very professional. She was sweet to all of the kids and even bought food for everybody one day.


2. What was the best part of filming with Caittin Carmichael?

Caitlin is one of my good friends now because she is so real, funny, always happy and just a really good person to be around. She is a really good actress too. I've seen her in other movies and she can act! Her mom and her are the best.


3. How did you film the scene with the lion?

They brought the lion on set in a special cage and filmed the lion separately because of rules with animals and filming. We got to see the lion up close in his cage though and that was really cool. He was beautiful.


4. What was it like working on Camp Cool Kids?

Camp Cool Kids was one of best times I have had filming. The whole cast and all the crew members were wonderful. The weather in Louisiana was hot so that made some of the days harder to film but it was really pretty there also. We got to swim in a lake for some of the scenes and it was like we were at summer camp instead of actually filming a movie. I made some close friends on the set of this movie also. That is always one of the best things about working.


5. How did you enjoying doing your voice over for Ice Age The Great Egg-Scapade?

My voiceover job for The Great Egg-Escapade was very quick since it was the background characters for that episode. I think i was in the booth for no more than 10 minutes. It was fun though.


6. How different was you to film for Criminal Minds versus Parenthood?

Criminal Minds was another great job I had. My scene where I'm in the car with my tv father was pretty intense since I had to watch him get shot. I felt very privileged to have played Young Derek Morgan for that one episode. It was very different from Parenthood just because I was working with actors I had never worked with and it was more dramatic than Parenthood.


7. What was your time on set like filming your episode?

My time on set seemed to go by pretty fast. We filmed one day on the lot and the next day was on location. Those two days flew by. I would have loved to have worked more days.


8. How did you prepare for your role?

I always just learn my lines first and then try to see myself in the scene. My mom will help me understand the scene if it's more complicated.


9. Do you have a favorite cast member that you got to meet?

I unfortunately did not get to meet Shemar Moore since my scenes were not filmed with him, but I did get to meet the awesome Thomas Gibson, who actually directed the episode which was way cool. Also met Joe Mantegna who plays David Rossi on the show and he was so nice. I would have LOVED to have met Danny Glover, who played my grandfather in the episode but he was not in any of my scenes either. I will hopefully meet him one day.


10. What do you miss most about Parenthood?

What I miss most about Parenthood is the cast and crew. They were and still are really a family to me. I spent half of my childhood with them. I miss everything about Parenthood and what it stands for. I am hoping on a Parenthood reunion of some sort in the future. You gotta keep dreaming!


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

(Image by Studio 24)
Posted on Dec 25 2016 by Lisa
It's Christmas!




Declan Mueller played the role of Joseph Gaffigan in season two of The Jim Gaffigan Show. He has also worked for GAP, Toys R Us and more! To keep up to date make sure to keep checking back here at the site.









1. How did Declan get started in the industry?

When Declan (and Dylan, for that matter) was a baby, we'd be complimented whenever we'd go anywhere and we knew he had the look and temperament to work if we wanted to but we didn't bother pursuing it. Then one day, Declan was out with his mother and was complimented by someone with intimate knowledge of the industry and pretty much told us what to do and how it would go. Five days later, he was with the Gap people.


2. What was his first booking?

Declan's first booking was when he was asked to be the holiday 2013 Gap baby. Leading up to Christmas that year, he was everywhere and it was such a whirlwind. It was very exciting and humbling to be chosen to represent such a major brand in such a high-profile, iconic capacity.





3. What was Declan's time on set like shooting for Toys R Us?

Toys R Us was unique in that it was the first time that Declan had shot with an adult model. Declan looked at me with some priceless expressions when he was introduced to his "father" at the set.


4. How did your family react to seeing him in the circular?

Every time we've seen something he's done, it's just been so humbling and flattering. I'm not sure anything compares to that first Gap campaign because it was all so brand new to us and we hadn't even told anyone about it. There was one time when my mother went to The Children's Place to buy something for her grandchildren and she didn't realize until she got home that Declan's picture was on the coupon that the cashier had put in her shopping bag. Stuff like that is really fun and memorable.


5. What was the best part of Declan's shoot for GAP?

It was just all so thrilling. We'd never done anything before; the boys had never even had their portraits taken! Then, all of a sudden, we find ourselves at this big-time studio with big-time photographers shooting a big-time campaign for a big-time brand. It was never a goal nor a plan.





6. How did he enjoy shooting for Adidas?

Adidas was another shoot that was really neat as it was the first time Declan had ever shot outside of a studio before. He was on location; the beach at Coney Island in Brooklyn. He was originally slated for only up to two hours, but he was doing so well that they kept him for six hours to do some other things with him that they hadn't even originally planned for. Again, it was very exciting and flattering to be chosen as the representative for such a high-profile, major brand.


7. What was the experience like for Declan to be on The Jim Gaffigan Show?

It's hard to believe that there could be a better experience or environment in the industry than the one created and fostered by the folks at The Jim Gaffigan Show. It's a smart, funny show made by smart, funny people. Everyone, from the top down, was so kind and made us feel so welcome. We are not exactly the most outgoing people yet we are actually still in contact with a number of people we met through the show, be they the families of some of the other children, production assistants and even an associate director. Having said that, it was a lot of work for Declan- early calls, a lot of traveling. He handled it all so wonderfully.





8. What was it like working with Jim Gaffigan?

I was impressed with how pleasant Jim always was toward us. He, along with Jeannie, were involved in every single aspect of the making of that show. They both had a lot on their plates but were always great with the children; that is really evident when you watch the two episodes I mention below in the answer to number 10.





9. How did Declan enjoy filming with Ashley Williams?

Declan was pretty coy with Ashley at first, but there were a few times early on in the season when she went out of her way to make Declan comfortable. Ashley is as talented, bright, funny and kind as she is beautiful and she is a great mother in her own right.





10. Do you have a favorite episode that he worked on?

Two episodes are particularly special to us: Season 2, Episode 8 ("He Said, She Said") and Season 2, Episode 10 ("Jim at the Museum"). Declan has some memorable scenes in both.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

Thanks for always being so nice to us. Happy holidays to all.


We'd like to thank Declan and his family for participating in our Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 25 2016 by Lisa
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Londyn Silzer played the role of Ava Santori on The Young and The Restless. This year she was seen in episodes of Hawaii 5-0, modeling for discount dance and more!! To keep up to date make sure to follow her on Instagram, Twitter and keep checking back here at the site.








1. How did you like filming The Young and the Restless?

So much fun! It was my first big TV role and was so excited to be filming a few episodes!


2. What was it like filming with Miles Gaston Villanueva?

It was great both Miles and Marisa were so sweet and kind and I loved playing their daughter!


3. How did you enjoy working for Discount Dance? Do you have a favorite outfit you got to wear?

I love working for Discount Dance especially because I get to wear makeup!! I love all of their sparkly Tutus and leotards!


4. What has the experience been like filming Hawaii 5-0?

This has been the most amazing thing that has happened in my life! When my Mom picked me up from school and told me I booked the job I was just running around screaming! Then I realized I get to Fly to Hawaii for two weeks!!! I love working with everyone there so much and especially Daniel!


5. How did you react when you found out that they wanted to bring your character back for season 7?

Well I screamed super loud and jumped up & down for days! The way the show ended it seemed like they could bring me back but I just couldn't believe it was actually happening! I got to film over the summer a few shows & my Dad took me because my sister was filming in Indiana- he loved it too!!


6. What is it like working with Daniel Dae Kim?

It is amazing! He is so funny and always makes me laugh and we always talk before our scenes and he makes me feel so comfortable and we just have fun! He is such a great actor and I am learning so much from him.


7. How do you enjoy getting to travel to Hawaii for work?

It is the best- I can never sleep the Night before because I am so excited. We shoot all over the island so we get to see so much when we are there. It is the most beautiful place ever.


8. Do you have a favorite scene that you've done?

I would say it was my very first scene with Daniel when my character is introduced for the first time! We were in the police station together and he was so proud of me and it felt really good to hear that! Also, another scene that will air next year and you will have to tune in to see why!!!


9. How did you enjoy shooting for Fitbit?

Super fun and easy! We ran around in sprinklers and then got to sit by the fire and roast smores! It has been fun to see the images up at Target & other retailers too!


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

Hawaii Five-0!!!! I am so thankful that they have kept me as part of season 7. It has been a huge blessing and excited to see what will happen next!


Is there anything else you would like to add?

Thank you so much for all of your kind words for me and my sister. I am thankful for such a wonderful year!


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

(Image by Colette Cugno)
Posted on Dec 24 2016 by Heaven
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Ryder and Gunner Gadbois play the role of Connor Newman on The Young and The Restless. To keep up to date make sure to follow them on Instagram and keep checking back here at the site.








1. How do Gunner and Ryder enjoy auditioning?

They absolutely love it! They are such great listeners at auditions, too!


2. What was the experience like filming their Pampers commercial?

It was so much fun. It was filmed at a gorgeous Beverly Hills mansion and the boys got to meet other adorable babies who they are still friends with today!


3. What is a typical day on set at The Young and the Restless like for Gunner and Ryder?

We typically arrive and head to the cafe on the lot for some snacks or food (and Starbucks for me) then we head to their dressing room where all of the toddlers who are filming that day usually gather together to play and share food. We get them dressed then head to get their hair done. The kids all play until their scenes are up!


4. What do they do to pass the time between filming scenes?

They play with all the other kids either in a dressing room or the school room with their amazing set teacher, Linda!


5. How do they enjoy filming with Ryan and Holden?

They love Ryan and Holden. They always want to do what the older boys are doing, you can tell they look up to them. Whenever the 4 boys are together in the dressing room, it gets a little wild!


6. How did Gunner and Ryder enjoy working with Cali May Kinder?

They absolutely love Cali! They were always so excited to see her when they arrived. I remember during one scene, they hadn't seen her yet and she walked on the stage with "Chloe" and one of the boys yelled "look it's Cali!" They had to redo the take!


7. What is it like filming with Elizabeth Hendrickson?

She is such a sweet and kind soul. She always makes a point of talking to all the kids and playing with them.


8. Was it hard for the boys to film the scenes for Adam's funeral?

I'm not sure, they did it so effortlessly! I think they definitely played off the emotion in the room and that seemed to make them a little sad on film but they were fine once they were off the set.


9. How did Gunner and Ryder react to going to YR without Justin there?

At first they kept asking where tv dad was. I just kept saying "I don't think he's going to be here today" after several days of asking they finally started asking if "uncle nick" would be there.


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

Gosh, That's so hard. So many scenes they have filmed this year have been so important and great for many different reasons. I especially love the holiday episodes because it's so fun having so many people on set and the boys eat up all the attention they get.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

Thank you to all the amazing and kind fans for watching and following the adventures of Gunner and Ryder. We are so grateful to be a part of the Y&R family!


We'd like to thank the Gadbois family for participating in our Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 24 2016 by Heaven
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Erin Gerasimovich is Alexa's younger sister. This year she has been seen in the series Odd Mom Out and look for season three coming soon! To keep up to date make sure to follow her on Twitter and Instagram.










1. What was the best part of working on Inside Amy Schumer?

The best part of working on Amy Schumer's show was working with my friend, Lulu, and working with the Amy doll. We had lots of fun together!


2. How do you choose which dress/designer to wear to the premieres of your films?

I have a publicist, and she helps me find the best dresses to wear to my movie premieres. I love to get dressed up for them!


3. What was it like working with Chris Pratt on Delivery Man?

Chris Pratt is very cool and very nice. I like him a lot! He is one of my top favorite actors I have worked with (I have a list).


4.What has your experience been like filming Odd Mom Out?

Odd Mom Out is the best show ever! I like working with all of the actors. And I'm really good friends with Garrison and Madeleine, they are so fun to work with!


5. What was the first day back for season two like?

I was so excited to be back for Season 2 of Odd Mom Out! I was so happy to see everyone, and my Mom was really happy to see the other Moms too!


6. What is it like working with Andy Buckley?

Andy Buckley is one of the nicest people I've ever met! He is so funny and he will even join us for lunch sometimes! He's great as my tv dad.


7. How do you enjoy filming with Jill Kargman?

Jill is the absolute best! I feel so lucky to have her as my tv mom. I learn a lot from her. Jill is an amazing singer, and she even told me I have a great singing voice!


8. What was the experience like filming with Drew Barrymore?

Drew Barrymore was really nice and a really good actress and very funny. I had a lot of fun working with her in the scenes and with all the other kids!


9. Do you have a favorite scene that you have done so far?

One of my favorite scenes was when we were driving to the Hamptons in the car. We had so much fun eating junk food and making a mess of the car! I also really liked eating outside at the boat restaurant, it was so nice there! And the fries were delicious!


We'd like to thank Erin for participating in our Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 24 2016 by Lisa
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Alina Foley played the role of Claire Brady on Days of our Lives. This year Alina has appeared on Celebrity Family Feud, continued as the voice of Leah on Shimmer and Shine and filmed an episode of School of Rock. To keep up to date, be sure to visit her official fansite or check back here!










1. Is there anyone you miss working with from The League?

Honestly, I miss everyone from The League. The whole cast is great and they were all really fun people to work with. The show has definitely been a big part of my life and it still feels weird not to be going back there in the fall.

2. What was the experience like attending the American Humane Association Hero Dog Awards?

Okay, I’m a HUGE dog person so that was like my favorite thing ever. I actually counted and I pet 19 dogs that night it was pretty much heaven for me. It was really inspiring to hear their stories and the whole time I kept thinking, ”What did we do to deserve dogs?!”

3. How did you enjoy attending the Gifting Suite for the Emmy Awards?

Oh, the gifting suite was really fun! I got lots of cool things, including a polaroid camera which may or may not have been my favorite. I mean, I really can’t say anything bad about people handing me free things.

4. What was the experience like for your family to be a part of Celebrity Family Feud?

To be perfectly honest it was a strange experience but definitely memorable. I was able to buy myself a new camera with the money I got so that was cool!

5. Did your family get together to watch the episode when it aired?

Yes, we made a little party of it.

6. What was your first day in the studio like for Shimmer and Shine?

I don't remember it all that well, seeing as it was over three years ago, but I do remember that I was very excited. Spent time picking out the quietest shirt I had and everything!

7. How did you feel seeing the first completed episode of the series?

I was really excited and so were all my friends. It was cool hearing my voice come out of a character, especially for the first time.

8. Other than Leah, who is your favorite character on the show?

Hmm… I think I have to go with Nahal because she reminds me so much of my own pups.

9. Do you have a favorite episode of Shimmer and Shine you've voiced?

That’s a tough one but I think it might be the Christmas episode we did in season one.

10. Is there anything you can share about your upcoming episode of School of Rock?

I had a lot of fun doing it and the whole cast was great. It’ll air January 21st so we’re pumped to see that!

Anything else you'd like to add?

I can’t think of anything else, just want to wish everyone a happy holidays and I think everyone’s ready to welcome the new year!


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

(Image by Grettel Cortes)
Posted on Dec 24 2016 by Susan
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Jared Breeze plays the role of Max Rayburn on The Young and the Restless. He has also been seen on Your Family or Mine, in the film The Boy, and more! To keep up to date make sure to follow him on Twitter.










1. How did you get started acting?

That was about five years ago. Jimmy Kimmel filmed a Halloween special at his cousin's house in Studio City where I lived. Basically they were pranking the trick or treaters. Then they showed three or four clips on the show, and mine was one of them. To see myself on TV totally got me hooked and it was really fun doing that!


2. What was your time on set like filming your movie The Boy?

It was great flying to Columbia and seeing this foreign country and it's beautiful landscape. Being on set every day was a huge new experience but also a bit exhausting. Working with David Morse and Rainn Wilson taught me a few things. The best week though was when Aiden Lovekamp was filming his scenes with me. We had a great time!


3. Do you have a favorite scene you filmed for the film?

Funny enough it was a scene we did on the first day of shooting, the scene where I observe the road from my treehouse. It was a whole production getting me into that tree with stunt coordinators, different harnesses, cables and so on. I felt like James Bond!


4. What was the best part of working on Your Family or Mine?

The best part of doing "Your Family or Mine" was performing in front of a live audience. That gives you an extra kick. After that show I went straight into a theater production for the holidays called "The Littlest Angel", so the sit com was great practice.


5. What has your experience been like working on The Young and the Restless?

Daytime drama took a bit getting used to. The pace is very fast. You need to nail your scene right away but everybody is very and supportive. Really like a big family but that actually like each other.


6. How do you like working with Sean Carrigan?

Sean was great, very professional, always made sure we rehearse our scenes but also had time to joke around. Very funny guy.


7. What is it like filming with Melissa Ordway?

Although Melissa's character and mine fight a lot in the story and become downright hostile, we actually had a good time on set joking around and laughing a lot.


8. What is the best part of working with Eileen Davidson?

She was really nice. She was really helpful in our scenes and made it easy for me to have Max trust her.


9. Do you have a favorite scene that you have filmed?

The whole baby shower story actually. There was a lot of action and acting out the plan was great fun, even though it was a mean thing to do.


10. Is there anything you can share about your role in American Kings?

Only that I play the son in a mafia type family.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

Just that I had an amazing time so far working with really great people. And thank you guys for doing such a great job on your website!


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

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Posted on Dec 24 2016 by Lisa
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Mason Tannous plays the role of Rocco Falconeri on General Hospital. He has also been seen for Dodge, Mr. Clean, and more! To keep up to date make sure to follow him on Instagram.










1. How did you get started in the industry?

When I was a baby my mom and dad sent my pictures to different agencies. I got a call from Osbrink that they wanted to see me.


2. What was your first booking?

I worked on print jobs for Luvs, Crazy 8, Munchkin, Arla Dairy and Target. My first commercial was for Procter & Gamble, Mr Clean.


3. How did you enjoy working on your Dodge commercial?

I enjoyed the Dodge commercial when I covered my eyes when they kiss. I had a fun time watching all the cameras and how the equipment worked.


4. What was your time on set like filming your Mr. Clean commercial?

I spent a REALLY long time in hair and makeup. They needed to make me bald with a tiny patch of hair.


5. How did you react when you found out you booked Rocco?

I was excited and happy that I was going to play Rocco and see myself on TV!


6. What was your first day on set at General Hospital like?

The first day on set at General Hospital was fun because when I was all done they clapped. Everyone I met was really nice.


7. What is the best part of filming with Emme Rylan?

The best part of filming with Emme is when she talks to me. We talk about her kids and how we like the same toys.


8. How do you enjoy working with Dom Zamprogna?

I enjoy working with Dom and practicing when I say lines in the scenes with him.


9. Is there anyone in the cast you hope to work with next year?

I want to work with Emme and Dom because I like them as my TV parents.


10. Do you have a favorite scene that you have done so far?

My favorite scenes are the ones I get to film with Scarlett. We have a lot of fun together.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

Thank you for including me as part of this interview and your website!


We'd like to thank Mason for participating in our Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 24 2016 by Lisa
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Kayla Madison played Lila Rae Alcazar on General Hospital. This year she has been seen on Transparent, The Middle, and more! To keep up to date make sure to keep checking back here at the site.










1. What was your experience like working on Transparent?

Working on Transparent was a lot of fun. Loved the wardrobe, so my style. It reminded me of the clothes I got to wear in Masters of Sex. I enjoyed shooting the scene in the music room because I got to interact with other kids which always makes my job that much more exciting.


2. What was your time on set like filming The Middle?

Being on the show The Middle is one of my favorite shows that I have worked on. It was a super funny show with great actors. Even though I shot a few episodes with no lines it was still nice to be there and have such great actors for my set family.


3. How do you like working with Jen Ray?

Jen Ray is so sweet with a great personality and a great actress. We became good friends while working together. I look forward to working with her again.


4. How did you like appearing on Children's Hospital?

I couldn't take the scary clown seriously while he was pretend playing the guitar and especially with the face makeup.


5. What was your experience like working on Henry Danger?

O.MG. Henry Danger was my favorite by far. I was so happy to work with my friend Ella Anderson even though we played enemies on the show. I thought it was so cool to get slimed and yes it was super messy but so worth it. I hope they bring back my character Jana back because I had the time of my life on this show.


6. What was the process like filming Win, Lose or Love?

Win, Lose or Love was a great movie to be part of. I worked on this project for 3 weeks and I enjoyed every moment of it. I loved working with Corey Sevier who played my Dad. We had fun working on Soccer techniques together. The production crew was so kind to me especially because I was scheduled to work on Halloween and they did a candy scavenger hunt in my trailer and I got to trick or treat on set with all the crew. I got a lot of candy.


7. How did you enjoy working with Griffin Kunitz?

Griffin was so funny and sweet, we spent a lot of time hanging out.


8. Do you have a favorite scene that you filmed?

I enjoyed them all, but I enjoyed the soccer scenes the best. It was fun learning a new sport.


9. What was one of the funniest things to happen on or off set while working on the movie?

One thing that I can think of that was super funny was when they were filming me trying to kick the ball to make the goal, I completely missed the ball all together. That definitely got everyone laughing.


10. What has been your favorite project to do this year and why?

Henry Danger was my favorite show of the year. Nothing better than working on one of your favorite shows.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

I'm thankful for the experiences that I have had and I hope that 2017 brings great opportunities to work again on other jobs as well as Nickelodeon and maybe even Disney


We'd like to thank Kayla for participating in our Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 24 2016 by Lisa
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Sloane Morgan Siegel did an episode of The Neighbors. He stars as Gortimer in Gortimer Gibbon's Life on Normal Street and recently filmed an episode of Pure Genius! To keep up to date make sure to visit his official website, like his page on Facebook, follow him on Twitter and follow him on Instagram.








1. What was your time on set like filming Pure Genius?

It was great to be back in front of the camera and some of their crew were even from Gortimer. It was a challenging role since I was paralyzed and in a wheelchair for a lot of the filming. The cast and crew were awesome to work with and I loved the chance to stretch my character.


2. What was it like attending the "Knott's Scary Farm" event?

It's always a fun but frightening time there. I had a blast.


3. How did you enjoy attending Tiger Beat's pre-party for the Teen Choice Awards?

I had just finished a photo shoot for Tiger Beat, and had a full page in the new magazine launch. Tiger Beat knows how to throw a party and most of my friends and fellow entertainers were there to share the good food and music.


4. What was the experience like doing a STEM Panel for Gortimer Gibbon's Life on Normal Street?

Who wouldn't want to go to Google Headquarters in LA to see how those technology rock stars live? I got to share the panel with my Gortimer cast and friends and the questions from the young kids were awesome. Also, it was our first time to actually screen "The Abnormal Formal" episode where Gortimer gets his first real kiss.


5. Do you socialize with any of your Gortimer Gibbon's co-stars outside of filming/show events?

Absolutely. Chandler Kinney and David Bloom and I are the best of friends. Sadly, Drew and Ashley live in Texas and Coco is going to college. However, Drew and his family did surprise me by flying in for my 16th birthday party.


6. What is it like working with David Bloom?

David and I actually worked together on a CBS show, "Partners" where we played the same character at different ages. He's a blast to work with because of his tongue in cheek humor. We are at each other's homes often as our families have become very close.


7. How do you like filming with Coco Grayson?

Coco is a true professional actress, we never broke character in a scene, and the results really show.


8. What was your last day on set like for the season?

I was Gortimer for 20% of my life at that point. It was the saddest day of my professional career, seeing an end to three beautiful years of my life. The cast and crew became a real family and it was hard to say goodbye to everyone and to Gortimer himself. However, Hollywood is a funny place where you continue to run into old friends on different projects.


9. How has Gortimer grown from the start of season one to the end of season two?

The whole point of the show is about growing through puberty and adolescence. He's done that. He's become a teenager, navigated relationships, family, friends, and school. I basically went through it with him as well.


10. What was your favorite episode to work on for the second half of season two?

I loved the entire season, but I'd say it was "The Mystery of Marlowe Mansion". We got to portray multiple different characters, worked in an actual haunted mansion, and did our table read in a fancy ballroom. It was awesome.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

Thank you all for watching "Gortimer" and supporting me so far in my career. Be sure to catch me on CBS in my role as Evan Coleman in the new hit hospital drama, "Pure Genius" Episode Ten, "Hero Worship" early in January of 2017. It was definitely a very challenging role and be sure to bring your tissues. There will be tears.


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

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Posted on Dec 24 2016 by Lisa
1 Day 'Til Christmas!




Matthew and Nathan Scott played the role of Tate Black on Days of Our Lives. This year the boys have also booked Superstore and shot for Hazel and Holly! To keep up to date make sure to follow them on Instagram.










1. How did Matthew and Nathan get started in the industry?

I definitely regret not getting the twins started in the entertainment industry earlier. I know identical twins get a lot of direct bookings in that first year. However, I did not submit them to an agent until after their first birthday. My friend had her baby in the industry and she encouraged me to submit photos of my twins to her agent. At first I was very skeptical, but I did some research and prayed about, and then decided to give it a try. I did not really think that it would go anywhere, but a few weeks later I got an email from the agent asking for more pictures of my twins and then she accepted them.


2. What was their time on set like working on Superstore?

The best part of working on Superstore was getting to be on the Universal lot and the craft services! So many great shows are filmed on that lot, so it was an honor to be there. And the food was unreal! We did not have craft services on the set of Days of Our Lives, so that was a special treat for us.


3. How did the boys enjoy shooting for Hazel and Holly?

Shooting for Hazel and Holly was probably the boys favorite job. They shot those beautiful images outdoors, so my nature loving boys were absolutely in their element! The photographer did not want staged smiles, but more authentic expressions, so the boys spent the shoot playfully gathering pine cones and sticks :)


4. What was the audition process like for Days?

On a Friday I got an email from my agent saying that the twins had an interview with the casting director from Days of Our Lives on Monday morning. I had not submitted headshots to the agent yet, so I was shocked that they already had such a big audition! They needed pictures ASAP, so I had to take my own headshot that day. The agent also recommended dressing them in solid colored onesies for the audition, so I had to go shopping too! On Monday morning my mom and I drove to LA and met with the casting director at 10am. She had me take the boys out of their stroller and she observed them as they played in her office. Then she called a male employee to come hold one of the twins to see how he would react to a man he didn't know. The employee walked around the office, and then took Nathan to another room. Then the casting director picked up Matthew and had me go hide in her office. Neither of the twins noticed that I left the room and were happy to play with their new friends. The casting director took some pictures of them on her phone and said they were "perfect". I remember her telling me "these twins should be working!" She was surprised that it was their first audition. After we left the office the babies feel asleep in the car immediately. My mom and I were very excited on the way home, but we tried not to get our hopes up, just in case.


5. How did you react when they booked the soap?

By Friday I had not heard back about DOOL, so I was starting to think they did not get the job, but by the end of the day I got an email from my agent saying they booked the recurring role! I was so excited and I messaged my friends and family to tell them to good news and to thank them for their prayers! Then I set the DVR to record the show, so I could figure out who their parents were on the show :)


6. What was the experience like for the boys to film for Days of Our Lives?

Working on DOOL was a blessing, and I will always be so grateful for the experience. The boys had their own dressing room where we would play with toys, read books, and eat snacks until they were needed set. Most days we only had one scene to film, so we were in and out quickly. We were never there more than four hours, and it was often only about 2 hours.


7. How did they enjoy working with Jen Lilley?

The best part of DOOL was working with Jen Lilley! I absolutely adore her! In fact, we are still in touch, and I hope we will be friends for years to come. From day one she was so warm and friendly, and the boys absolutely loved her! She truly went above and beyond to make the boys comfortable on set. If she thought it was too cold in the dressing room, she would be the first to advocate for the boys. She spent hours of her own time playing with the Matthew and Nathan in their dressing room. We were so spoiled with the best ever TV mom. We love you Jen!


8. How did the boys enjoy working with Eric Martsolf?

Eric Martsolf has twin boys in real life, so it was cool that we had that in common. He was commuting back and forth from Las Vegas, so we didn't see him as much as we saw Jen. But he always kind to the boys on set.


9. Is there anyone you wish they would have had a chance to work with?

The actors who played Marlena, Maggie, Nicole, Gabby, and Paul were all so kind and welcoming to my boys, so I would have loved for the boys to have more scenes with any them!


10. Do you have a favorite scene the boys the boys got to film?

It's hard to pick a favorite scene...One of my favorite scenes started with Matthew in the stroller, but he was reaching for Jen, so she took him out and convinced the director to let her hold him during the scene. The director said it might be complicated if she had to push the stroller and carry a baby as they exit the room, but Jen told him "being a mom is complicated", which is so true! Another one of my favorite scenes was when Matthew was sitting on Jen's lap at the cafe as she talked to Eric. I packed snacks for him to eat during the scene, but he was so happy to sit with Jen he did not even want them. Instead they gave him a stuffed bunny to hold, which was wet with slobber by the end of the scene. He was teething at the time, so everything he touched became a chew toy. Sorry to the crew who had to clean that wet bunny!


We'd like to thank Matthew, Nathan and their family for participating in our Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 24 2016 by Lisa
1 Day 'Til Christmas!




Emily Skinner played the role of Kim Marston on Days of Our Lives. This year she has done episodes of Angel From Hell, Rizzoli & Isles, and will be seen in the series Andi Mack next year! To keep up to date make sure to follow her on Instagram.










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

I had so much fun working on Days of Our Lives! The cast and crew were kind and helpful, and it gave me such an appreciation for how talented the actors are! I was very young, and was only there for one day, but loved being there!


2. How did you like working with Kristian Alfonso?

I remember thinking Kristian was very beautiful and looked up to her because she is an incredible actress... something I have always aspired to be! She was very sweet and took the time to pose with me for a picture after I was done, even though she was very busy rehearsing and getting ready for the next scene.


3. What was it like filming with Lauren Boles?

I got to spend a little time with Lauren that day, rehearsing and shooting. She has a beautiful smile and is easy to talk too! It was fun playing opposite her because her acting felt so real and natural.


4. How did you enjoy filming your Doritos commercials?

I absolutely loved filming those Doritos commercials! I did three of them, Birthday Wish and Chainsaw were directed by Kevin Willson and Fluffy was directed by Chau Luu! One funny moment I remember was when we were filming Fluffy, the dog kept running away during the picnic scene and we were all cracking up!


5. What was the experience like working on Criminal Minds?

I was sooo excited to get to work on this show! I didn't actually watch the show at that time, because I was too young, but I had auditioned for it a few times before and knew it would be amazing to get to work on it! The cast was very friendly and the woman who played my mom was very caring and sweet!


6. What was your time on set like filming for Angel from Hell?

I was so excited to meet Jane Lynch because I watch her on Glee and think she is hilarious! I thought I might not get to meet her because she wasn't in my scene, but then she showed up and I was lucky enough to get to talk to her a little and take a picture with her!


7. How did you enjoy filming your episode of Rizzoli and Isles?

Being on Rizzoli and Isles was a wonderful experience, even though I had to die. It was my first experience playing a character who dies on a Network show, and I found the whole process interesting. The only gross thing is how sticky you feel from the fake blood! You REALLY appreciate hair and make up and I learned that shaving cream can remove the fake blood from my hair!


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

This is a really tough question because I haven't ever had a bad experience... and am thrilled every time I book something and get to be on set! One of my favorite favorite memories was working on the Jessica Biel directed short film Sodales with Tyler Wilkins! I loved filming everything outdoors... it felt so adventurous! Jessica was such a great director and I just loved her so much! I couldn't wait to come to set every day and work with this cast and crew! Another amazing experience for me was working with director Julius Onah on the music video and short film Broken Arrows (song by Aviicii). I don't even know how to explain how safe and comfortable I felt acting on this set amongst this cast and crew! Joshua Fredric Smith played my Dad and is just such a beautiful person inside and out! It was a magical experience for me and I left feeling proud of my work and inspired to book more film work!


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

I love working on Disney shows! Shake It Up and Austin and Ally were a ton of fun! Shake it up was especially fun because we got to do a live taping on the last day! I also got to pet and spend time with a real kangaroo on Austin and Ally! Who wouldn't like that? Working on Nickelodeon's Sam and Cat was a blast too! It was amazing to work with Ariana Grande, Jennette McCurdy, and Cameron Ocasio... and such an honor to be directed by Dan Schneider! There was a lot of laughter and talent on this set and I still hang out with Griffin Kane, the boy who played my on set brother, when he flies into town!


10. Is there anything you can share about your role on Andi Mack?

I am not supposed to reveal much about my character on Andi Mack or the show itself but I can tell you that playing the role of Amber has definitely been one of my favorite experiences so far as an actress... everyone is going to love this show! It is written by Terri Minsky who wrote Lizzie McGuire, and the story is amazing... You will fall in love with the characters! The lead cast are some of my favorite people and I am always so excited when I get to fly out and spend time with them!!!!


Is there anything else you would like to add?

I would just like to thank you for asking me to participate in this Q & A session and wish everyone a very happy holidays and a happy new year!!!


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

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Posted on Dec 24 2016 by Lisa
1 Day 'Til Christmas!




Dax Randall plays the role of Moses on The Young and the Restless. He has been seen for Crazy 8, in a commercial for United Health Care and more! To keep up to date make sure to follow him on Twitter and Instagram.









1. How did you get started acting?

By auditioning for commercials.


2. What is your favorite part of auditioning?

Getting to pretend to do different things or be different characters.


3. What was your time on set like filming your United Health Care commercial?

It was fun because they were really nice and followed me around with cameras while I played.


4. How did you enjoy shooting for Crazy 8?

I loved it. They were nice each time I was there and it was fun being with all of the other kids.


5. How did you react when you found out you booked The Young and the Restless?

I just got really happy and excited because it was my first TV show.


6. What was it like filming with Kristoff St. John?

Awesome! He is the best because he's so nice and helped me do my best in every scene. It was like having my real dad.


7. How did you enjoy working with Christel Khalil?

She's really nice and made me feel great about how I did.


8. What was the best part of working with McKenna Roberts and Aidan Clark?

They're both so nice and helped me know when to be quiet on set if we were off camera. They're really fun to be with too.


9. Did you do anything special to watch your first episode on TV?

Oh yes. My dad made popcorn and my two brothers, my mom and my dad got under blankets on the couch and watched our scenes.


10. Is there anyone in the cast you hope to get a chance to work with next year?

Yes. Everyone! It was the best time ever! And for sure McKenna and Kristoff again.


We'd like to thank Dax for participating in our Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 24 2016 by Lisa
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Abigail and Brielle Rivera play the role of Douglas Forrester on The Bold and The Beautiful. This year the girls were also seen on Jane The Virgin and more. To keep up to date make sure to keep checking back here at the site.









1. What was the first day on set like for Jane the Virgin?

The first day on Jane the Virgin was quite surreal. We were brought directly to the stage, put in wardrobe, and shuffled onto set. There was no waiting. The babies were sick and kept crying during shooting. Thank goodness it was a hospital scene and tears were ok because there was no consoling them. E was also there to interview us on our new career - we were really just thrown into it.


2. How different is it working in primetime vs. daytime?

Working daytime and primetime is actually quite different. Daytime moves so quickly. They shoot a scene a few times at most and are done. Some days we worked on more than one episode. Primetime was a lot slower. It would take hours to film one scene. It would take a week or more to film one episode.


3. What was it like working with Justin Baldoni?

Justin was so respectful and great with the babies! He has a young daughter; and you can tell, just embraces the dad role.


4. How did the girls enjoy filming with Yael Grobglas?

This question made me giggle. There was one day the girls had just finished a bottle and didn't have time to burp before shooting the scene. Yael picked up Abby who quickly spit up all over Yael's beautiful silk dress. Wardrobe was able to clean it, but Yael was not happy. Oops!


5. How did you react when Abigail and Brielle were cast on The Bold and the Beautiful?

Being cast on B&B happened so quickly. I had no idea what to expect, but it was very exciting! Our experience with the show was so pleasant. Everyone was so gracious and accomodating. From the first day on set, we always felt welcomed.


6. What was the first day on set like?

To say this was a new experience would be an understatement. The people who work at B&B have been there for so long that everything worked like a well-oiled machine. I was really nervous our first day, not knowing what to expect; and the teacher, the nurse, the PA - everyone - was so calm. I gladly handed over a baby and stood back behind a monitor with a cup of coffee watching the magic unfold.


7. Is there a way to tell the girls a part in their scenes?

I still can't tell the girls apart. Your guess is as good as mine.


8. What is it like working with Thorsten Kaye?

Thorsten was so nice and funny! Unlike some actors, he'd always say hi to the parents and ask how we were doing.


9. What is it like filming with Linsey Godfrey?

Linsey is awesome! She's such a goofball off screen, but as soon as the camera starts rolling, she goes into character. She had a way about her - always able to calm the babies, even if it meant wiping snot of their faces.


10. What is your favorite scene the girls have done?

This is a hard question. Each scene the girls did was so different from the last. The people behind the cameras are the ones who really make or break the experience. Some days of shooting were stressful - tensions were high and things not organized. Other days, things were so easy and even relaxing. In all honesty, I was most proud on two extra jobs. One was for Greys Anatomy and one for Grace and Frankie. The directors came up to me afterwards and told me that the girls were the easiest babies they have ever worked with. It was a proud mom moment.


We'd like to thank the Rivera family for participating in our Holiday Q&A Event!
Posted on Dec 24 2016 by Heaven
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Marlowe Peyton played Tanner on The Neighbors and was seen as Melody and a Theater kid on Parenthood. This year she has been seen in multiple episodes of Fresh Off the Boat and been busy attending events. To keep up to date make sure to visit her official website, like her page on Facebook, follow her on Twitter and follow her on Instagram.








1. What was the experience like volunteering with the LA Mission this year for Thanksgiving?

Volunteering at the LA Mission is an amazing experience. We actually work and get to interact with these fantastic people. Serving someone a hot meal and seeing their smile is a gift.


2. What was the best part of attending the Dream Halloween event?

This was my first time at the Dream Halloween event and it was an amazing night for an amazing cause! Our whole squad went, my sister Merit Leighton vlogged it with Ben Stockham, Izzy Eggerling and Jacob Hopkins and his brother Gerad. Fantastic night!


3. How did you enjoy attending the Trolls premiere?

That rainbow carpet at the Trolls premier was amazing and meeting Justin Timberlake was pretty cool, he was so gracious! Trolls is one of our family's favorite movies, especially in 3D. Go see it!


4. Do you have an update for us on The Nerd Posse?

Yes! The Nerd Posse is filming right after Christmas. So excited the producers, crew and of course the cast are all amazing! Stay tuned to @thenerdpossetv for behind the scenes and announcements soon!


5. What was the audition process like for Fresh Off the Boat?

I had been into the CDs office for Fresh Off The Boat a bunch of times. When I read this part I was like YEAH, I love Reba! This audition was on tape for producers... and I didn't hear anything for about a week and then they called and I booked it! I really, really love this character. I'm SO blessed to play Reba, one of my favorite roles ever.


6. What was your first day on set like?

Everyone truly is super kind and talented on the set of Fresh Off The Boat. There was one day where I had a few scenes alone so I was the only actor on set for a few hours, that was a crazy cool. Everyone from the producers, writers, directors, hair, makeup, wardrobe and of course the cast all make it an awesome experience every time.


7. How do you like working with Hudson Yang?

Hudson is so great work with we had a fun. He's a super cool guy and working with him always makes for a great day on set! I love stalking him as Reba, it's the best! LOL


8. What is it like filming with Randall Park?

Randall was incredibly kind and came up to me the first time I had a scene with him and told me "You're hilarious!" so that really made my day!


9. Is there anyone in the cast you hope to get to work with?

My dream was to work with Randall Park and Constance Wu in a scene, and that actually just happened in the Halloween episode called Louisween, we had a scene where Reba played a polish ghost, total greatness.


10. What would you like to see happen next for Reba?

I love that Reba gets to sing a lot on the show, I'm a singer so getting to play a character I love that sings, is pretty much perfection. The writers create incredibly funny unexpected comedy for Reba all the time, but I think it would be fun if Reba was the lead in a school play, ran for class president or became Eddies tutor since her and Louis seem to have it off lol!


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

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Posted on Dec 24 2016 by Lisa
2 Days 'Til Christmas!




Elizabeth and Mariam Tovey played the role of Sydney on Days of our lives. This year the girls were seen in the disney short Penelope in the Treehouse and released their music video for the song I Love Horses. To keep up to date make sure to visit their official website, like their page on Facebook and follow them on Instagram.










1. Which type of projects (TV, film, music videos) do you prefer working on?

E. Well I like working on all of them.

M. I really love working all of those projects.


2. What was it like filming your music video for I Love Horses?

E. This project was so much fun. I got to spend an entire day with horses. I really do love horses so much.

M. I loved it. I got to feed horses and to ride on horses. It was great experience.


3. How did you react when you found out you booked The Treehouse?

We were very excited. It was a big honor to work with the director, writer, and animator Jonathan Langager.


What was your first day on set like?

The first person we saw on set was the the director Jonathan Langager . He is so wonderful to work with.
The first day was really exciting. We got to look around the studio where lots of famous movies were filmed.


5. How different was it filming as twins vs. sharing a role?

Filming as one person requires to act exactly the same, but when acting as twins we can each show our own personality.


6. How did you enjoy working on Penelope In The Treehouse?

It was such a fun project to work on with the director Jonathan Langager , the producer Christian Hall, the CD. Cheryl Faye, the actors, and the crew.


7. What was it like working with Annabelle Kavanagh?

Actually it felt like we were working with our older sister. Annabelle Kavanagh is very sweet.


8. How did you enjoy filming with Carson Bolde?

E. Cool boy to work with.

M. He read a story for me, Carson Bolde is really gentle.


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

E. I liked them all. But the one where I am spraying the paint with the mask was a very special scene.

M. I loved all of them. Since mom doesn't let us jump on the bed, my favorite scene was making a mess and jumping on the bed.


10. How did you feel watching the film for the first time?

E. I felt awesome and cool, I liked it a lot.

M. I felt so happy.


Is there anything else you would like to add?

We can't wait to work on more projects and to share them with all of you.

Right now we are preparing to do a new photoshoot with Steven Wetherbee, also a CD with the singer Zeina Kachaamy.......and lots more.

We want to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and great New Year.


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

(Image by Steven Wetherbee)
Posted on Dec 23 2016 by Heaven

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