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    Mel Gorham

    Mel Gorham's career has come full circle. In more than two decades as an actor, Gorham, a member of SAG, AFTRA, and Equity, has worked in projects with Al Pacino (Carlito's Way), Harvey Keitel (Blue in the Face), and Robert De Niro (Cop Land).

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    Ron Millkie

    Ron Millkie, a SAG, Equity, and AFTRA member who made a name for himself with horror fans worldwide when he played Officer Dorf in the originalFriday the 13th, has been reading Back Stage for over 30 years.

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    Joanne Nosuchinsky

    Most high school seniors focus on getting a date for the prom and gearing up for college. Joanne Nosuchinsky made sure her priorities included landing the part of Thalia Brown inMiss Connections, a casting notice for which ran in Back Stage East in June.

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    Jessica Gerono

    Even before Jessica Gerono's audition for "The Crossing" was over, she had a strong feeling that she got the part. "Well, you know, honestly, I came in and I read, and it was like right away the director told me that I was perfect," says Gerono.

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    Chenese Lewis

    Many people have an idea of what beautiful looks like: great bone structure, clear skin, a gorgeous smile, and a well-proportioned body. Plus-sized model and beauty queen Chenese Lewis is proof that beauty doesn't stop (or start) in a dressing room.

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    Kristopher Kling

    Even though actor Kristopher Kling signed with an agent shortly after graduating from the Guildhall School of Music & Drama in London, he adamantly refused to sit around waiting for the phone to ring. "That's why I subscribed to Back Stage," says Kling, "to be more proactive."

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    Elspeth Carden

    Pasadena native and actor Elspeth Carden is never one to shy away from a challenge. So when she was offered the role of Antipholus of Syracuse in Bellflower Theatre Company's production of Shakespeare's Comedy of Errors she grabbed on with both hands.

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    Ozzie Stewart

    Ozzie Stewart jumped into character even before she got the role of Ms. Vy, a street hustler and gifted bookie, inBeautiful Jones, a nonunion film she read about in Back Stage East in January.