Rising Starlet: Nina Hellman


The most enchanting women are rightly making the headlines and the beautiful Nina Hellman is one to covet in the months ahead. You can catch Nina in “Wet Hot American Summer”, the prequel to the indie cult hit of the same name. She reprises her role from the original in the 8-episode TV prequel as Nancy, the married counselor with a bad case of vaginal dryness. To refresh your memory, there’s scenes of her as Nancy in this reel of hers: https://vimeo.com/27723246 and the perfectly coiffed 70s curls which she sports again in the upcoming show is rather appealing. It even got an editor from Maxim magazine lauding her as good-looking which many will agree. Her return has been highly anticipated as were her other cast members such as Janeane Garofalo, David Hyde Pierce, Marguerite Moreau, Molly Shannon, Amy Poehler, Bradley Cooper, Paul Rudd, Elizabeth Banks, among others. With Netflix on a roll, this can only thrust the stars of its show lineup into the limelight further and bank on much success for Nina.

Fans of “Nurse Jackie” would have also seen her in a recurring role as the new nurse Mondra who is a tad eccentric in the final season. There has never been an a more exciting time than now to be a couch potato and the multi-faceted Nina ensures plenty of moments to cherish. She once took on the role of the infamous cradle snatcher Mary Kay Letourneau in a TV Movie, showcasing her acting chops in the skin of such a seductive and controversial newsmaker. Besides television, Nina has been applauded for her theatre work where she won an Obie Award or Off-Broadway Theater Award and audiences were deeply impressed by how funny she is. Due recognition is on the horizon for the serenely attractive Nina who could be one of this Summer’s most watchable talents.

Indie Princess: Kymberly Harris


It rings true that the indie genre has the foxiest women on the planet and Kymberly Harris is luscious personified. Just her ravishing smile will warm the hearts and she has facets that’s desirable to the masses. On the the theatre scene, Kymberly has been recognized for being a tempting force in the many productions she’s appeared in. As you can see, she’s easy on the eyes on both the print medium and on screen. Her work in several indies and an upcoming pilot should instill even more interest for her. In the fantasy short “No More Tomorrows”, she plays Anna, a mother who goes on a road trip with her family and encounters 2 strangers who could spell the end for them. Kymberly also stars in the spiritual world meets the artistic realm drama “Alchemy In Hyde Park”, a fascinating piece we don’t often come across.

Here’s Kymberly giving us an insight into her current and upcoming projects:

This was a very interesting film to do. Robert Beshara had a very specific vision that involved research, dance training, and martial arts for me, so I reveled in the experience to live in Hyde Park for a couple weeks and play Louise. It is a very experimental film, and I hope he gets some recognition for it. Since then, I have moved to LA. I have worked on a few films and TV shows, such as festival favorite 7 Day Gig with Kate Marks and No More Tomorrows with Christopher Carson Emmons. I was just cast in a Feature, Beverly H. with Dionne Jones and directed by Jason Fisher. I’m very excited about my new pilot MILK. I wrote it, and am acting in it, and producing. My co stars are Victoria Smurfitt, John McMahon, and Kirsten Roeters. M.I.L.K is directed by Paul Kampf & produced by PAI Studios.

“MILK” is bound to get attention as it’s a comedy about moms in LA trying to navigate the entertainment world while raising kids has all the juicy ingredients to make it a must-watch. Kudos to Kymberly for showing us that celebrity mums are human too. She also started TheatresCool and has been helping aspiring actors, augmenting their potential by fine-tuning their acting skills. Already an award winning actress, playwright and producer, she’s certainly giving back to the industry on top of being a delightful thespian.