Welcome to my website! One stop shopping. Have some fun and click around. I have three demo reels, two comedy and one episodic, a trailer from a crazy movie I did called Nothing But the Truth, Monique’s a short film that is suddenly winning all sorts of International film fests, excerpts from a pilot Sidetracked I just shot, a fun backstage view of Prisoner of Second Avenue that I did with Jason Alexander and Gina Hecht and a stage promo for my ongoing saga with the one woman epic Shirley Valentine in a performance at the Laguna Playhouse.Click here if you want to hear some v/o stuff… but don’t forget the stage portion with reviews and photos of which I am most giddy about. The gallery is ridiculous…I’ll weed that out next year. Maybe. At the bottom are some Industry referrals. If you make it that far I’ll buy you a drink.
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Feb 2016 Update!
Had a whole lot of fun in 2015 involving many projects, including Disney’s teen show I Didn't Do It !, while continuing to voice Ms. Scullnick for Disney’s popular cartoon Star Vs. The Forces of Evil. Had a super fun gig at my old homing ground, The Laguna Playhouse to perform ;Love Loss and What I Wore by Nora and Delia Ephron, directed by the one and only Jenny Sullivan! Was asked to repeat that performance at the Anaheim Women’s Journey Conference, which was fun and I added some other charity benefits’ by bringing some of my choreographic and dance abilities (at this age I should call them disabilities) to the Athletic Association of America’s annual event hosted by my own sister, Gaye Kruger.
The pilot I shot Sidetracked (there is a copy under my videos below if you are curious) premiered to thunderous and exhilarating response and the short film I was privileged to star in, Monique's directed by Francesca Penzani has finally come out and is being accepted Internationally at Film festivals (a copy of that is also below if you care). .
Laguna Playhouse asked me to do a reading of a wonderful new play by Lojo Simon JOY VEY, and there is talk of more of that to come. My final expedition for the year was up to Santa Barbara’s Ensemble Theater Company’s West Coast premiere of a hilarious new farce Women In Jeopardy written by Wendy MacLeod and directed by the fabulous Bart DeLorenzo.
In between all this I’ve been having a blast with my cuter than anything boyfriend Keith, boating on his “yacht” in the summer and skiing from his cabin home in the mountains in the winter. Good Lord; life is grand! What can I say? Aren’t these web sites supposed to be narcissistic?
If that isn’t enough (TMI?) information for ya, click here. I have no idea who finds and posts this stuff, but IMDB seems to remember way more about me than I do!
2014: A lovely run in Santa Barbara where I took the stage again in David Lindsay’s- Abaire’s Good People at the Ensemble Theatre Company, under the direction of the super awesome Jenny Sullivan - mid run on that show I booked a nice little guest star on TV Land’s The Exe’s, and continued voicing Disney’s Star vs. the Forces of Evil. The fall was very busy shooting a Pilot; Sidetracked by E.D Brown and an Indie; Ditch Party by Richard Meese. Then a really nice surprise gig in NYC on the (now sadly canceled) romance comedy Manhattan Love Story. I stayed on the East Coast and partied with old friends for 2 weeks and then hurried home to shoot an episode of Anger Management with Charlie Sheen.
2013: Brought a nice guest starring TV gig, in a hilarious role with James Caan on the sitcom for ABC; Back in the Game, then a juicy little recurring role on Days of Our lives and a recurring (super fun!) voice role on Disney’s just released series; Star vs. the Forces of Evil.
2012: Was spent on a regional tour with the hit Broadway play Lombardi, under the amazing direction of Cayce Stangl. It’s the story of the famed football coach Vince Lombardi; I played Marie, Vince’s wife. A truly awesome run with an amazing company.
Once home from tour, I took a quick breath and then jumped on stage again at Garry Marshall’s Falcon Theater in Burbank with my recurring version of the one woman epic of Shirley Valentine directed by the outstanding task master and my dear friend, Andy Barnicle.