A Day in the Life of an Actress

An interview with actress and comedian Jazmine Cash.

source Entertainment Week title How to Make a Movie from Nothing, the Movie for Every Star: The Making of the Ultimate Short Film: The Interview with the Creator of The Little People article The Story of the Little People, a feature documentary by Michael Sturgis and Adam Wingard about the children of a Bronx housing project.

source The Hollywood Reporter title The Little White Girl: An Unbelievable Story About the Power of Children and Family article The story of a girl born with a brain tumor and living in a Brooklyn nursing home for two years.

source ABC News title New York Times Feature: A Woman in the White House: The First 100 Days article A special feature about former First Lady Nancy Reagan.

source Deadline.com title ‘My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy’: Inside the Inside Story of an Artist’s New Album: A Little Black Book of Dreams, Love, and Secrets by The Roots article Written and directed by Ben Affleck, this film examines the lives of the young, the disenfranchised and the forgotten artists who shaped pop music and culture.

source GQ: “I was an orphan and I didn’t even know it until I was in my twenties,” said singer-songwriter David Banner.

“The whole idea of being an artist, to me, was the most wonderful thing.

It’s like you’re on the cusp of a whole other thing.

And it’s the only thing I know that’s real.” source Deadline: “The Most Dangerous Woman in America” by A.C. Crispin: From The Bodies of Others: A Biography by Michael Chabon and Jules Feiffer.

(Photo: Warner Bros. Television) “My first thought was, ‘Oh my God, what am I doing?’

I thought, ‘I don’t know what I’m doing.

I’m going to have to find my way through this,'” he says.

“So I got an agent and I got my first job at a small theater in New York City.

Then I was making a play and I had no idea what I was doing.

That’s when I started working with the theater, and I went back and did a lot of auditions.

The next year I made The B.A.C., a play that was a hit.

Then in the spring of 1980, I met Michael Strelitz, the creator of The Big Sleep.

He was the writer of the show, and he was the first person I ever talked to about working with him.” source ABC: “What’s the Most Interesting Thing You’ve Done?” by J.C