Rising Starlet: J’aime Spezzano


It’s a sure thing nowadays to come across a wave of fascinating young actresses on TV and Hawaiian-born beauty J’aime Spezzano has very endearing facets primed for ardor. In the new series “Stitchers”, she plays Julie Malarek who is a UC Santa Monica grad student majoring in electrical engineering with an emphasis on holography. She appears in the consciousness of Kirsten Clark (Emma Ishta), a woman with temporal dysplasia, a recruit of the mind-blowing “Stitchers” program which leads to vital clues in a bombing case. Isn’t it any wonder that J’aime has been affectionately dubbed as Miss Cuteness Overload when she’s so adorable and in the very first episode no less. I’ve been under the weather these past days but J’aime exudes the ebullient appeal that soothes the soul and instill a sprightly feeling in me. Likewise she’ll be a delight for many who will come to know of her in the coming months.

Here’s J’aime giving us a glimpse at some of her intriguing projects:

I am so incredibly proud to be part of the first narrative feature film shot entirely on the iPhone 5! “And Uneasy Lies The Mind” is a dark psychological thriller that will leave you reeling. You will be blown away at how beautiful the quality is. It is now available for download on most VOD platforms. Please check it out at www.UneasyLiesTheMind.com

I have also just finished filming a romantic comedy called “Social Norm.” I played the romantic lead and had such a blast with the talented cast and crew. And let’s not forget the Western pilot “The Guardsmen.” I have to say that has been one of the most fun shoots in my career. We were decked out in Old West clothing, filming in an Old West town, and I even got to shoot a shotgun on camera. Keep your eyes peeled for this action packed Western!

Seeing her all-action photo (above), it’s clear this exquisite lady is shooting for the stars! If you have a penchant for elfin hotties with a simmering edginess such as Juno Temple, then it’s time to make J’aime your belle. Already her body of work is a varied and beguiling one which means her devotee count is set to flourish.


Canadian Film Fest 2015 Spotlight: Sizzling Cutie Loretta Yu


The luminous Loretta Yu is a girl after our hearts with her sunny disposition a treat for any viewer. She makes it so easy to gravitate towards Canadian actresses as we will be doing ever more often in 2015. She hails from Montreal, Quebec which we all know have seen the mercurial rise of Emmanuelle Chriqui, Missy Peregrym, Meaghan Rath, etc and likewise Loretta is a face to appreciate with avidity. Catch her in “Pretend We’re Kissing” where love can sometimes be exactly like a romantic comedy. There’s no shortage of screen darlings in this one which includes fellow actresses Tommie-Amber Pirie as well as Zoë Kravitz and no surprises her character Lily gets asked on a date by lovelorn lead Benny (Dov Tiefenbach). Take a peek at the scene between the duo from her reel (above) as one can see when it comes to the game of love, there’s something esoteric about it. It’s also opening in theaters in Canada starting April 3rd which also happens to be during my birthday month so that’s cause for some celebration.

Loretta will also be part of a highly anticipated TV series called “Blood And Water” which is a crime drama adored by a host of complex characters. She’s no stranger to television having been on “Degrassi: The Next Generation”, “The Listener” and just last year on the Netflix series “Hemlock Grove”. She has high hopes that cinematic roles will no longer be limited to specific ethnicities and allow her to flourish as a lead, possibly a romantic one. As much as history has shown us it has always been an uphill task, Loretta and her talented ilk are changing the status quo with their dedication in telling an entertaining story.