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    Setor Attipoe

    Setor Attipoe didn't always plan to be an actor, graduating with a business degree from Temple University in 2003. But after receiving an acting class in Philadelphia as a birthday gift, Attipoe found her calling.

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    Julia Santucci

    When the acting bug bites, it's hard to escape the consequences, no matter how much you try. Julia Santucci loved acting in grammar school.

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    Sarah Louise Lilley

    The University of Southern California graduate offers one simple piece of advice to her fellow actors: Always remain optimistic after an audition.

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    Jon Frederick

    To borrow a phrase from the late Rodney Dangerfield, bass players "get no respect."

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    Eyal Sherf

    That Eyal Sherf was an Israeli-born Jew playing a Nazi in the dark musicalCabaretseemed significant and curious to almost everyone except Eyal Sherf.

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    Larry Strauss

    Former pet supply distributor and actor Larry Strauss is a big believer in second chances.

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    Kat Higgins

    Auditioning for the feature filmDough Boystaught Kat Higgins that sometimes attitude really is everything. "The lead role of Katy... was originally given to a different actress," Higgins says.

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    Erik McKay

    Erik McKay's persistent approach to his career certainly paid off when he landed the lead role of Detective Al Barden in the nonunion feature filmAsbury Forever.

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    Carole Balkan

    "I really think that in my heart, I've always been an actor," says Carole Balkan, a woman who took a hiatus from the profession for the better part of two decades in order to raise her two children (one of each).

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    Carson Grant

    Carson Grant has acted in over 200 films, but the Warren, R.I., native was still on tenterhooks after multiple auditions for the filmLiars and Lunatics, a project he read about in Back Stage East.