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Branching Out with Greenlight Yourself and CultureFphiles

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Hey Loves! If you follow me on Facebook or Google+, you may be aware that I recently launched a new website and creative career coaching service, Greenlight Yourself. The site is primarily a resource and creative inspiration hub for people in the arts, particularly actors. I launched it because when I first got into the industry, I had NO idea what I was doing and I wish now, that I’d had someone to guide me through those early years.
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Random Sunday Share

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I love Sunday! Sunday morning in particular. No matter what the week before has held, Sunday morning washes it all clean with peace and tranquility. Can’t get enough of Sunday morning!
And, I secretly expect my Prince Charming to show up at my door because he’s lost and is the only man on Earth to ask for directions.
Also, I am really obsessive and tend to do things I love over and over until the pleasure wears off.
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Hotter Than July

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Continuing my recap of the hottest July in recent memory, here are a few pics from a couple of my summer projects. In the latest installment of my sketch comedy group AMERICAN CANDY, we went back to the 70s and I had the great pleasure of working with and directing veteran comedy actor Victor Williams in several sketches including an ode to The Newlywed Game and Fred Sanford. 
Victor Williams with actress Myriam Moss.
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Time flies…

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I looked up the other day and realized it’s been way too long since I’ve visited my own blog. You know how it is, life and work get really hectic and it’s hard to keep up. But that’s no excuse Jefferson, so here’s a little of what’s been happening.
Last weekend, my sketch comedy group launched a new show, AMERICAN CANDY: It’s a Man’s World and I have to be perfectly honest–when I have a show, almost everything else falls by the wayside.
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