Endorsing Fresh Faces have always been paramount and ALIX MARIA TAULBEE has the intrinsic youthful verve to generate avid interest. Many may be mesmerized by her gorgeous bee-stung lips yet she has the ability to reproduce vulnerability onscreen, a trait we readily find attractive. As my job recently entails me to spend an obscene amount of time around beautiful women, I have to say Miss ALIX is perceptibly photogenic. The release of the indie sci-fi flick “95ers:Echoes” recently gives us a glimpse of her blossoming talents where as Trudy, she adds a level of innocence to the the time-travel story. Things are moving fast for her with an upcoming appearance alongside C. Thomas Howell in “Play James Play”, the drama about drug-addiction and the often tempestuous journey of overcoming it. As she continues to score roles, expect her to feature in darker content and become even more intriguing to watch.
Take a peek into ALIX’s world by reading her blog An Electric Life as she covers everything about life as an actress and everything in between. We’ve only scratched the surface when it comes to discovering the growing appeal of this starlet. Inevitably there’s a rise in the number of beguiling ladies and with ALIX looking to be ahead of the queue, she’s going to touch numerous hearts and possibly evolve into the latest indie sweetheart.
When it comes to a barrage of attractive rising starlets, we often swoon at their feet and sweetheart LUCY WALTERS is one to cherish. Cast in the new TV drama “666 Park Avenue” which is featured at Comic Con 2012, yet again our desires are fulfilled with a supernatural series that’s become the talk of town. It piques my interest to see how her role as Mary Barlow plays out and it’s great that TV pilots are taking over San Diego. From Aussie Vixen Rachael Taylor to Mercedes Masöhn, it’s a babe fest we should not miss. Sometimes it just takes one scene to start a deluge of adulation and LUCY is known for being memorable in just a short span. She was the object of lust of Michael Fassbender’s character Brandon in “Shame”, appearing in the opening and closing moments of the erotic drama. As a newlywed who gets eye-flirted on the subway, she communicated the signs of Brandon’s expected descend into depravity even without uttering a word.
LUCY has been prevalent on the small screen guesting on “Blue Bloods, “Army Wives” and “Smash”. She’s always been subtly bewitching and as she has pointed out in an interview, as an actress, she’s the paint on an artist’s canvas. Expect her to add beautiful colors in her upcoming projects with her professionalism and verve. We foresee the anticipated intense love for this darling is only moments away…:)
The gift of levity is a glorious one and GRACE FRAGA has provided wonderful moments of humor with her brand of wisecracks and witticism. Ever since she started enlivening Funny Land, this Latin Vixen has performed stand-up across the US to rapturous approval. Set to bring the house down this Sunday, December 4th at the weekly show “Laugh!” in California, GRACE will get her groove on and leave the audience in stitches. No crowd is too tough for this hot tamale and she can always count on her “Victoria Secrets” boobs for that extra tease. Yup, she’s a voluptuous one and we already know curves + comedy are a match made in heaven. Hence her astounding 5000 friends on facebook (actually you can go past the limits and add up to 5001!!) which no matter what anyone thinks plays a part in GRACE’s popularity. How many of us can say we have own variety talk show on cable TV and “Laff it off with Grace” not only delivers the laughs, we have hostess GRACE inviting the most merriest of guests from all walks of professions including comedians, magicians and authors. Check out the GRACE FRAGA OFFICIAL SITE for details and a collection of videos showcasing her wacky verve. She’s as infectiously delightful as the contagious laughter she generates.
A woman of many flavors, she sees herself as a Blonde Latina, a mix of Cher Horowitz from the teen classic “Clueless” and a whole load of South American spiciness but without the apparent materialistic tendencies. Her routines over the years does poke fun at her Valley Girl origins and have garnered for her a series of awards. If you can’t get enough of laugh-a-thons, there’s GRACE FRAGA to deliver the goods with comic panache and inimitable sassiness. She’s recently invited us to stalk her on her Facebook Fan Page and that is something many will be doing soon enough!
“White Irish Drinkers” may be the first feature film for rising starlet LESLIE MURPHY yet her moving portrayal of Shauna Friel, the Brooklyn girl aiming for the high life has gotten rave reviews. The compelling drama set in 1975 has its Irish-Americans with signature sideburns resorting to crime, a general bleakness of the human condition and the ugliness of domestic violence. The solid cast including veterans Peter Lang and Karen Allen as well as fresh faces Nick Thurston and of course LESLIE keeping us engrossed every step of the way. The romantic subplot seems headed for calamity despite the obvious sexual chemistry between lovebirds LESLIE’s Shauna and Nick Thurston’s Brian Leary. By the way, there’s a sizzling sex scene in a cemetery that’s gonna be the talk of town! I was astounded to read that Director John Gray had to move the cemetery shoot as caretakers at the previous location frown upon nudity…LOL! Leslie has so kindly drawn attention to the movie’s run at Laemmle Sunset 5 West Hollywood…can’t wait for its premiere in ASIA! This fair-skinned beauty has an interesting loveliness; Leslie kind of reminds me of a cross between the soulful verve of Anna Torv (Fringe) and the enigmatic desirability of Maggie Gyllenhall. LESLIE herself is a stage actress (just like Maggie) who once played the title role in Sarah Ruhl’s Eurydice for New York Stage and Film.
It’s all about connecting with audiences and I realized that indie actresses bring out the fears, hopes and needs of everyday people so well, leaving a poignant reminder that life can be a complicated mess. My passion for them is overflowing as the characters they portray are steeped in reality, almost mirror images of ourselves no matter the cultural context. Even though I’ve only seen LESLIE in the trailer of “White Irish Drinkers”, she’s so charismatic and I’m positive that she’ll remain an enthralling factor for years to come…:)