Garden State Film Festival 2017 Spotlight: Heather Brittain O’Scanlon


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We hold multi-hyphenate movers and shakers of the industry in high regard so it’s essential to shower the stunning Heather Brittain O’Scanlon with affection. She’s already graced the red carpet at the Garden State Film Festival as a host and she also stars in the comedy short “Lunch Thief” which makes its premiere on April 2nd. Heather plays Molly an office worker who after having her lunch stolen at the fridge seeks comeuppance on the food burglar who happens to be her colleague Nick. Be sure to watch her revenge unfold!

She’s already an enchantress of the festival circuit having appeared alongside Jennifer Jiles (who was featured recently) in “The Waiting Room” by multi-award winning writer/director Debra Markowitz. As Ann, she played the other wife in the afterlife of the husband of Jennifer’s Janet and things get intense as the 2 women vie for attention. At the 2016 Edition of the Garden State Film Festival, Heather was also the leading lady of another short, the dramedy “House Broken” which she produced and co-wrote. It depicted her as a mom, Misti McCormack whose marriage is under strain as she and her husband has to deal with trying to potty train their 4-year-old. This is a parental issue dealt in a comedic way and will resonate with many if not all mums and dads.

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We already can fathom Heather as a rising star of indie films and in similar standing she’s also won plaudits for her exceptional work on stage. Recognised for being a natural at capturing the diverse facets of a character, the luminous Heather is primed to be a shining example both behind and in front of the camera.

Do visit the Heather Brittain O’Scanlon Official Site for all the latest updates.

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