Sizzling Cutie: Natalie Britton

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Vivacious and evidently a charmer, Natalie Britton has the makings of a future star. This Dublin-born sweetheart could soon make hearts grow fonder with her as the romantic lead in her short film “Love Sick” screening at the WILLiFest 2014. There’s plenty that lovey-dovey couples and singles who dream of having that special someone will adore about “Love Sick”. Best of all, Natalie is playing Liz, the love interest who also happens to be Irish (great that she keeps her accent throughout). But as we know love is complicated and there will be roadblocks ahead having already been disillusioned by the dating game. Will there be a happy ending for her at last?

With reviews appreciative of her comely and magnetic nature onscreen, she is indeed an exciting prospect to follow. She does have the attractive qualities to be a romantic leading lady in even more features. Natalie has also guest-starred on the hit show NCIS: Los Angeles alongside Chris O’Donnell. With her mesmerizing and soulful blue eyes, she’s bound for the desirable list as she continues to be a captivating influence on viewers.

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Hollyshorts Film Festival 2014 Spotlight: Canadian Vixen Saba Homayoon

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In view of the constant appreciation of beautiful actresses on this blog, the very cute Saba Homayoon is deserving of praise. Get a glimpse of her at the 2014 edition of Hollyshorts in “The Key”, a comical short that is as much awkward as it’s interesting. Playing the wife of a man who unexpectedly stumbles upon him and his best friend in an act that changes their lives forever! “The Key” being an instrument borne out of male bonding that’s way too physical especially for a married man. It’s going to generate some serious laughter for any viewer…:)

Saba has been raising her gorgeous family and while she’s scaled down her time onscreen, she’s never far from our minds. Her previous work include starring in the pilot of the huge hit “How I Met Your Mother” as well as an episode of “NCIS”. Saba even played a genie on the much beloved show “Charmed” which is one of my favorite growing up. With her sweet voice and exotic features (she has Iranian roots), we would love to see her return be it on TV or any other medium. We do know that Canadian actresses have that undeniable charming facade and let’s hope Saba graces us with her presence once more.