She is one of the rising talents on the indie scene and MARY ELIZABETH BOYLAN does captivate from the first time you lay eyes on her. I always look to follow new talents at film festivals as they are often effortlessly beguiling. Mary’s Hungarian/Irish roots does factor to any form of infatuation as she has a delicate appearance and charm that will grow on viewers. Where her forte has been drama, her latest feature “Getting Lemons” sees her injecting a little humor to liven up what is a heartbreaking tale. Does it matter that there’s no trailer yet as this is a film inspired by Mary’s personal tragedy and is rapidly gaining buzz for its truthful, emotive theme. “Getting Lemons” will be screening come Monday, 19th August at the Chinese Theatre in Hollywood! Having been a natural on stage, her performances in independent films has seen her transfer those very instincts to great effect with some calling an intelligent actress.
Great to see she has a blog: http://maryelizabethboylan.wordpress.com/ where you can find out more about her. I must affirm her smooth, milky skin and stirring beauty which is evident in her photos are bound to get affectionate attention. Between my work and posting on this blog, I sometimes get a little busy but I can’t wait to do an interview with Mary as we’ve discussed. Getting into the mind of this blossoming actress/writer/producer would be a delight and she warrants a round of compliments.
Irish eyes are indeed smiling when FIONA RYAN takes to the screen, her delectable beauty so compelling and easy on the eyes. I have to say thanks to FIONA for reminding me of her hotness just a day ago on Facebook! She absolutely merits a feature spot for being one of the most ravishing sweethearts to emerge from Ireland. Hit series “The Tudors” was when we were introduced to her doe-like loveliness, in Irish-Gaelic terms one would praise FIONA with the word ‘Tegan’ which means mighty fine. Certainly in the corset which was so prevalent in the 15th century, she was distinctly enchanting as Jane, love interest of composer Thomas Tallis. While her fellow thesp Katie McGrath is now globally revered as Morgana on “Merlin” (the TV series I’m currently following earnestly), there’s a huge probability FIONA herself could be big on both sides of the pond (UK & the US).
She was in the supernatural thriller ‘Airborne’ in July last year where she appeared alongside ‘Mr Skywalker’ Mark Hamill and Gemma Atkinson. She also dazzled in ‘Life Just Is’, the existential drama of relationships, death and careers! Delving into different emotions as Claire, an art graduate who is all perky until a tragedy strikes close to her heart, FIONA gave a thought-provoking performance. It’s all in the eyes some may say and FIONA does ever so well to draw us into her world of storytelling. I’m so excited for what she’s going to do next and everyone should be as well for MISS FIONA RYAN is fetchingly divine!