Thursday, December 26, 2013

Kurt Kelly Interviews Beautiful and Talented Actress Sandy Simmons on ActorsE

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Immediate Release
December 26, 2013
Hollywood, California
By:Melissa English

Kurt Kelly will sit down today with beautiful actress Sandy Simmons to discuss her career,and experience in the business.  Sandy will be interviewed by Kurt Kelly, the Voice of Experience, live today on ActorsE Chat: Watch Live Here:  Sandy has become a household name in the industry with many starring roles.

Sandy started in some local television roles and then headed into more complicated ones landing a role on the television show Unjust. They were once a close group of Special Force Operatives who worked together behind enemy lines in the Gulf War, Somalia, Bosnia, and flash points across the globe. They were sent as a remedy to war lords, thugs and others who threaten to break a fragile peace and stability. Their missions were justifiable, remove one to save thousands! Their military careers now over, the Operators find themselves with skills that no longer have an value. Their new civilian world is full of hypocrites, liars, and cowards. They are foreigners in a place where justice is purchased and the guilt go free. The Unjust are troubled men with many hidden flaws. While bringing down the unwanted they might just be losing their own personal battles. She immediately caught the attention of the executives who began to cast her in other roles.  Her first comedy was Dollie's Diner. Doilies Diner was opened in 1955 by founder Thomas Doilie. In 1981, Thomas Doilie cleverly disguised the family style restaurant as a wedding gift and passed it on to his son, Bennett. 23 years later, Bennett Doilie found himself at the age of retirement. With two sons of his own, he was faced with a difficult decision, which of his two sons to pass the family business on to.

What Joseph Doilie, the older yet less responsible son expected was his by birthright, was actually passed on to his younger brother, Mark Doilie. Bennett handed Mark the keys to the restaurant when he graduated college in 2004. Bennetts decision brought a greater conflict to an already troubled relationship between brothers. Doilies Diner follows Mark Doilie on his first day running the restaurant.

Mark rises before his alarm, arrives early and comes prepared for anything, or so he thought. Setting the obvious brotherly feud aside, Mark is forced to deal with countless outrageous obstacles including mis-orders, mis-flushes, mis-cues and false interviews. Add to the mix the colorful ensemble of employees such as the obsessive compulsive waitress, the instigating dish washer, the overdramatic Italian chef with an explosive temper, the beautiful new hire, the waitress who creates financial opportunities, the Islamic fundamentalist with his own agenda, the defiant Russian immigrant and the paranoid busboy constantly on the lookout for the CIA and top it all off with the spontaneous antics of a group of college kids, a sports star, a senile old man and his wife, an outrageous ketchup incident and an insane coupon freak and you get all the ingredients for nonstop spontaneous insanity.

Doilies Diner is an originally quirky piece which has a bit of all of our routine day... with none of the routine way!

Sandy knew however her career had really taken off as well when she was spotlighted in the Cleaver Family Reunion, she took on one of the most notable and challenging spots of her career when she played the roll of Stacy and was starring for the first time in this amazing comedy about a disastrous reunion.
Sandy has a very exciting program coming up called Wizardream in which she plays a police officer who finds herself in a world of amazing fantasy and dreams.




Sandy will be interviewed by Kurt Kelly, the Voice of Experience who is an icon in his own right with over 30 years experience across medias in the business. 

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