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Actor, writer, runner, reader, lover of cats & dogs. I narrate books. I have fallen down in every borough.
Actor, writer, runner, reader, lover of cats & dogs. I narrate books. I have fallen down in every borough.
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Author: LJo

16 Mar Oh Montréal, je vous aime tellement.

There is nothing 'slimming' about Montreal. It is a once a year decadence, and we feast like kings. And what a way to get out of town—a gorgeous, restful daylong train ride through the Hudson Valley and up into the Adirondacks, past Lake Champlain and into...

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25 Oct Dark at the Center

What a remarkable evening. I've just returned from performing a supporting role in a wonderful new play, Dark at the Center by Deborah Savadge. It was the winner of this year's Playwrights First competition, and is smart and dark and provocative - I can't wait to...

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11 Jun ‘Ike’ Released!

Well yes, the good news just keeps on keepin' on. Ike Interviews God—the film I did a while back, directed by Eli Shapiro, has been burning up the festival circuit. It's an irreverent short in which I'm the voice of God (I come in at about...

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11 Jun Books & Books at Audible!

Not one but two recent releases for Audible! Both are steamy romances—perfect as we head into beach weather! Put on those headphones, download some fiction. You can find, Yours Forever by Farrah Rochon here. And you can find, Perfect 10 by Erin McCarthy here. Beach books, baby!...

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11 Jun Chewing Scenery

It’s always exciting to revisit a project, particularly when you’ve had time away from it to pause and reflect. Honor Student, by Michael Erickson, the reading I did back in December, is getting another look. I’m delighted - my role (Naomi) is complex, layered and challenging,...

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06 Dec Honor Student

Door opened, opportunity arrived! That short note from an old friend in August turned into a wonderful and incredibly challenging role in a fabulous project.  The play is Honor Student, by Michael Erickson, and it's the Playwright's First award winner this year (they're the organization that discovered Wit). I'm honored to...

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06 Nov And then there was Dog.

Coraline. Lucy the Cat left us on August the 20th, 2013. Both John and I were lost. She took pieces of us that we didn't even know we had. We wandered a bit through the next few weeks, and on September the 8th we found ourselves in...

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