— ZEDFEST FILM FESTIVAL
One of my favorite roles I’ve played is ‘Marnie’, an emotional young mom whose daughter was kidnapped by a serial killer, in the suspense thriller The Long Way Home.
ZedFest Film Festival liked role too—they even gave me an award for “Outstanding Acting Performance”.
Another fave is ‘Olivia’. A feisty cat lady fighting for feline justice on the comedy, HOARS: Home Owners Association Regency Supreme.
To be fair, as an enthusiastic forever-mom of three fur nuggets, this role wasn’t a stretch. My cats have their own Instagram.
My go-to-gurus for coaching are Patrick Day, Scott Sedita and Margie Haber. And the improv comedy classes at Upright Citizens Brigade gave me a funny boner.
— SCOTT SEDITA, AUTHOR OF ‘THE 8 CHARACTERS OF COMEDY’
Friendly, quirky, textured and youthful; I nail the cheerful, bubbly and playful vibes with a twist of modern, urban and edgy.
I can also flip the script to a confident, buttoned up pro, or shift to a warm, reassuring young mom. (Awww…)
My natural accent is ‘general american’. I also like to play with Irish, Bostonian, American Southern and British.
I study VO technique at VoiceTrax West and the IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet, not the beer) with dialect coach Scott Moffitt.
I record in my studio vocal booth with a Shure KSM44 mic. If needed, I’ll also mix, edit and master your audio.
— PIXIE MONROE, CASTING DIRECTOR – MONROE CASTING, FILM & TELEVISION
I’m also a turntablist, which means I scratch and do tricks, DJ Times called me “Queen of the Scratch World” and the Grammy Foundation describes me as the “World’s Premier Female DJ“.
I’ve played the role of ‘DJ’ in commercials for Toyota and Sony Playstation and performed on talk shows such as The Arsenio Hall Show and The (Emmy-winning) Tyra Banks Show.
I even earned props in Rolling Stone Magazine for my role as the only female DJ in Doug Pray’s award-winning documentary movie Scratch.
Fusing my passions for acting and music, I’ve also co-written a half-hour comedy series about… (wait for it…) …A female DJ.
Coming soon, starring yours truly. Stay tuned…
— PATRICK DAY, DIRECTOR