"Now is the time to try something new."
"People are attracted by your delicate features."
I guess the new thing I should try is getting some delicate features, then, huh?
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Date: Tue, 13 Nov 2007 14:33:31 EST
Subject: NYC Radio & TV
Hi, my name is [redacted], and I've been a successful
voice-over talent & coach in New York City for more than 30 years. Many
talent agents turn to me when they feel voice-over performers have potential but
would benefit from additional
work. Succeeding in commercial voice-overs
requires a competitive edge.
You may have studied the craft, but now it's
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My syllabus and other course information follow. If
you have any interest in pursuing voice-overs, either as a primary career or as
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Thank your for your consideration.
Subject: Good comediannes
I saw your website on the Internet. Ironically, I was recently in NY and
coming back to NY in March for an industry reading of our new play [redacted].
Money is being raised for a Broadway production.
Chicks and Giggles sounds like a funny club. Female comediannes are great!
One of my favorites these days is radio personality Stephanie
The reason I am wriitng is because myself and a few comedy writers wrote a
screenplay [redacted]. One of the writers wrote [redacted] starring Leslie
Nielsen and collaborated on other produced features as well.
[redacted] is about two wacky teenagers that make Paris Hilton and Britney
Spears seem like Nobel prize winners. One brick short of a load shall we
Thought you might know some funny girls out there for a comedy act
featuring[redacted] .Certainly we could put together vignettes and material if
the act catches on.
Improv skills will be the biggest asset for the act.
The script is hilarious and represented by a [redacted] agent in
Please let me know if you can suggest some talent you auditioned or book.
Would like to develop the act with your club.
I have a PDF of the screenplay if you would like to get a feel for the two
I'm not sure what you're asking. I understand you have a movie
script. Are you looking to have me suggest girls who might be good for the
film or are you trying to create live sketch material based on the characters
from the film? I run a weekly show at a club, not a club itself. If
you can be more clear, I can try to help you. Definitely send the script
if you want my recommendations.
p.s. - I see you're in [redacted], so if you are trying to create a "live
version" of the film, is that something you want to do in NY? Or are you
looking to cast a reading in New York? I'm just a tad confused.
Thanks for your email.
My idea is to create live sketch material for two comediennes called
[redacted]. It can be a part of an act or a show by itself. The act will be
based on the characters [redacted], 17 and [redacted], 16.
We know the comediennes portraying the sisters on stage are going to be
over 18. But ages 18 to 40 play teens in acts all the time.
As far as making a film, I believe the opportunity will present itself once
the characters are established in the public. There are also opportunities to
launch a stage play, especially in New York.
Please read the screenplay and let me know your thoughts about the two
I look forward to hearing from you.
You can't go wrong with a film that starts (and I paraphrase), "Everybody knows that fairy tales start with 'Once Upon a Time,' but when a trucker tells a story, it starts with, 'You're not gonna believe this shit.'"
Editor's Note: Pollock Film Fest pairs best with a bottle of Kendall-Jackson Chardonnay. And tell your friend to bring one, too.