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    Carl Washington

    Your first job can affect the way you think about your career. A good experience can inspire and invigorate, while a bad one might cause you to consider a different path.

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    Sivan Hadari

    "I knew it would be a challenge playing two characters in one play," says Sivan Hadari, "but I thought I could pull it off."

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    Adesa Swann

    Hard work, focus, and dedication are requirements for success in any field, and when Adesa Swann brought all three to her audition, she came out with what she had gone in for: a job.

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    Terumi Shimazu

    Actors are constantly asked to perform at their best with little preparation. But sometimes little preparation can serve the character.

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    Jennifer Jean

    When Jennifer Jean lived in Dallas, working as a public school teacher and real estate agent, she never considered acting as a career, even though the urge lurked quietly inside her.

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    Louis Patane

    Switching careers midway through life may be difficult, but after 30 years in city government, Louis Patane decided to become an actor.

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    Stacy Citron

    Stacy Citron literally tap-danced her way to the role of Julia Thomas III in "Aunt Fondeen and the Lost Dutchman Goldmine," an original children's show for the Culver City Public Theatre.

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    Maria Niora

    First impressions can make all the difference, and no one knows that better than Maria Niora. Born in Athens, Greece, she moved to New York City almost three years ago.

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    Karin De La Penha

    “First of all, she’s gorgeous, and she’s incredibly gifted,” says Shannon Denise Evans, who wrote and directed the series.

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    Miriam Pultro

    It's an actor's worst nightmare: drawing a blank in the middle of a monologue. And that is precisely what happened to Miriam Pultro during her audition for "Browncoats: Redemption."