I recently was interviewed by Voyage LA regarding my production company, Five Acre Films. Check out the article here: voyagela.com/interview/meet-angeline-anderson-five-acre-films-hollywood/
I am so excited to announce that I'll be playing the role of "Steph" in the upcoming production of Neil LaBute's "Reasons To Be Pretty"! The play is being directed by Cherry Norris who previously directed me in TAPE and will also be starring Josh Eisenberg, Thomas Patrick, and Gina Comparetto! Be sure to follow our Instagram for daily updates: https://www.instagram.com/reasonstobeprettyla/
September 12, 13, 14, 19, 20, & 21 at 8:00pm
New Collective Theatre
6440 Santa Monica Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90038
Tickets can be purchased here: https://reasonstobeprettyla.bpt.me
Reasons To Be Pretty is a romantic drama about lust, lies and love, REASONS TO BE PRETTY introduces us to Greg (Josh Eisenberg), an intelligent, socially awkward, but genuinely nice guy who truly adores his girlfriend, Steph (Angeline Anderson), an endearing neurotic. Unfortunately, when she discovers how he feels about her looks, chaos ensues. All the while, Greg's best friends and co-workers, Kent (Thomas Patrick), an insatiable womanizer and his wife, Carly (Gina Comparetto), a natural beauty, traverse the murky waters of marriage and betrayal. A hopelessly romantic story about the hopefulness of romance, REASONS TO BE PRETTY is a glorious play!
I got to work with my friends at Fuzzy Brain Productions, Josh Eisenberg and Thomas Patrick, as a part of their weekly comedy sketches. This past week in conjunction with Pride month, we filmed a sketch written by Jose Idrovo, comparing heterosexual couples and homosexual couples. Check out the video below and follow them on instagram @fuzzy_brain_productions and YouTube for more funny videos!
Last night I had the best time at the Netflix FYSEE event for "House of Cards" at Raleigh Studios. That show and cast are brilliant!
I wrapped up filming a comedy short, UBirth, directed by Ora Kohan, a few weeks ago, and already had the opportunity to see a screening of it! It was so funny and such a great group of talented people to work with.
UBirth was about two college students who have had a long night of drinking and are just trying to get home when their Uber driver, Oliver, receives a call from his pregnant wife, Josephine, that she's going into labor. With no time to waste Oliver has to rush home with the heavily intoxicated and bickering couple in tow. Chaos ensues and the unlikely trio are forced to work together to deliver the baby themselves.
Needless to say, the shoot was full of energy, lots of shouting, yelling, and comedy! Here's a few stills from the shoot:
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