Actress Spotlight: Carly Craig


The sensuous Carly Craig has surely endeared herself as one of the sexiest female comics ever and she’s primed to sizzle the planet this week. She takes on the persona of the blonde stripper Zane in the comedy “Flock Of Dudes” and as always is a scene stealer. As Zane, she’ll elicit plenty of laughs and does quip the memorable line “She usually gets nervous before a Gangbang”…LOL! You most definitely have to adore her! Moreover, Carly is equally ravishing as a brunette and has graced the pages of many top magazines including Esquire, Maxim, etc. She’s also proven to be an adept funny woman, drawing the giggles with her impressive comic timing in films such as Hall Pass, The Three Stooges and of course now in “Flock Of Dudes”. You certainly want to catch her in the upcoming comedy series “American Housewife” as she sweetens the female comic quotient alongside lead Katy Mixon. I’m blessed to be in contact with both these beauties and the dichotomy between perfect and not-so-perfect wives of this show is set to be amusingly appealing.


The combo of funny and sexy should be celebrated in all its forms as is Carly’s self-deprecating humour which is discernible on her Twitter page. Her ballsy profile reads “Chick who shit on the wall in Hall Pass” which is just so audacious of her. There’s every reason to make Carly your crush of the day/month/year!

Manhattan Film Festival 2016 Spotlight: Indie Sweetheart Erin Fogel


The ever radiant Erin Fogel is on course to garner attention and all the plaudits with a comedic performance to cherish. She stars in “The Strike” which kicks off the festivities at this year’s Manhattan Film Fest on April 14th. Check out the hilarious trailer here: While I may not be able to attend the premiere thanks to a personal invite from the lovely Erin herself, I’m blessed to be able to illustrate her flourishing work. Erin is an exemplary funny woman as her character Molly Mirovsky who together with 2 other less than graceful NYC actors embarked on a plan to prove they are primed for success in the biz. She’s a vision of sassiness in “The Strike” as the brazen Molly who is hoping for her star-making turn via a theatrical “siege” of sorts.

Infusing facets of her real-life persona as an actress/yoga teacher into Molly albeit with livelier embellishments, this is the larger than life version that’s audaciously bringing on the funny. 2016 might just be the opportune time for Erin to shall we say ‘strike while the iron is hot’ and with a string of upcoming features that will validate her comic finesse, Erin has the makings of a comic virtuoso on the rise.