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Tamara Dhia
Los Angeles
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Sorry it's been awhile since my last post! I've been busy creating videos for my new Youtube Channel "HeyUglyBaby". So without further ado, here it is! Hope you guys like it :) --Tamara Dhia Continue reading
Rocbookpro and I are back at it with our latest Youtube video! This time we are spoofing the colorful Nicki Minaj. Take a look and let me know what you think! And don't forget to subscribe to my Youtube Channel.... Continue reading
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Thanks to Backstage, this past Monday I was among a theater of lucky movie-lovers who were not only treated to a private screening of the Oscar-Nominated film "The Help", but were also privy to a Q&A afterwards with Academy Award... Continue reading
Thanks so much! Happy to hear you guys like it :)
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My creative partner in crime, Rocco Rosanio and I are at it again with our newest spoof comedy video for Youtube! With the viral success of our first parody "Sh*t White Girls Say to...Arab Girls", and the demand from Youtubers... Continue reading
Colin- Agreed. If you are a newbie in the industry and have absolutely no training, credits, etc. Then this is not a viable solution for you. This post is more for those who are SAG-E/Non-Union and are ready to be a union member. Sam- It's totally confusing. If you are SAG-E, you will still be eligible to join the Union. The difference will be monetary. If you join SAG now (before the merger) you will pay $2,300. If you join SAG after the merger, it will be $3,000 and you will automatically become AFTRA as well. If you join AFTRA now (before the merger) then you will pay $1,600 and once the merger goes through, you will automatically become SAG & AFTRA.
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If you follow me on Twitter, you saw that I recently tweeted this Backstage article: "SAG-AFTRA Merger Means Tougher Admissions and Potentially Costly Membership". With all of the information being thrown our way, it's hard to sift through and figure... Continue reading
So...I had to get in on the fun of the "Shit Girls Say" videos. They are hilarious and I hope everyone thinks this one is just as funny! All it took was a like-minded friend, a camera and a broke-down... Continue reading
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This upcoming weekend is Closing Weekend for my current show (I can't believe it's almost over) and I am going over in my mind what I need to do to inform my contacts that I will be back in LA... Continue reading
Most definitely! I'm glad you enjoy it as much as I do :)
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I love this video. I've seen it numerous times and always find myself coming back to it when I feel the need to be inspired...or assured. If you have never seen the video below then I highly suggest you take... Continue reading
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There is nothing quite like Opening Night. For months, you prep and memorize and study and try to incarnate a character so that you can feel proud when it's time for curtain call. Last weekend (sorry for the delay in... Continue reading
Welcome Colin! I'm also a New Yorker by way of Tennessee (and now Los Angelena) Unscripted Blogger. Best of luck to you on your journey :)
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I tackled this topic in a previous post "Why Actors Should Join Twitter" and I still stand by my declaration that Twitter is a great tool for actors. Just today Daniel Tosh from the hit show Tosh.0 put up a... Continue reading
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Inspiration boards (or mood boards) are essentially a collage of images or text put together to help inspire you creatively. They are really useful when you are feeling static and need to be reinvigorated in some way. I personally use... Continue reading
Thanks for sharing Linda! Best of luck to you on your novel :)
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I have a big challenge ahead of me. I've booked the lead role in "Learn To Be Latina", a play that will open at San Diego's Diversionary Theatre on November 19th. To say that I'm a bundle of nerves and... Continue reading
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I heart Emma Stone. She has such a naturally funny comedic cadence and her audition for the role of Olive Pendergast in "Easy A" is no exception. It's easy to see why she booked this part. She owns it, completely... Continue reading
Thanks Erin! I agree, she's amazing. I keep coming back to watch it.
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When in a cold theater, looking up at a big movie screen projecting a flawless performance by one of your favorite actors, it's easy to get lost in the moment. You suspend your disbelief and become entranced in the world... Continue reading
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As actors, we abide by a freelance work schedule. We get called into auditions at the very last minute, we have rehearsals at random hours once having booked a project and then shoot for up to 12 hours a day... Continue reading
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I just wrapped on the feature I've been shooting for the past few weeks (hence my lack of blogging, sorry!) and as always, all good things must come to an end. Any actor will tell you that one of the... Continue reading
Great post!
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A few days ago my friend Mira (@miraonthewalll) sent me a message along with 3 other actresses and asked if we would be interested in meeting with one another to discuss our “types”. We all had big industry meetings on... Continue reading