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Mary C. Ferrara
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Member's contact info (phone & email or agent):
617-828-6832
mary@marycferrara.com
Member's acting, voice or modeling website:
http://www.marycferrara.com
Member's age range:
36-40, 41-45
Member's Affiliations:
Non Union
In what one geographic talent-area do you primarily reside?
New England
Other geographic areas where you are considered a "local hire" (driving distance)?
New England, New York
Portray-able or Actual Biological Look:
Caucasian / White
Member's PHYSICAL TRAITS (use format on the "Before Applying" page)
Actual Ethnicity: White/Caucasian

Portray-able Ethnicities: White, Hispanice
Height:5'4"
Eyes: Brown
Hair length: Shoulder
Hair color: Brown
Dress: 10
Waist: 33
Shoe: 8
Bust: 38
Hips: 40
Body Markings: none
Build or Body Style: Medium/Athletic
Language Fluency: English and conversational in Italian
Special Wardrobe: Own 1800s and 40s/50s period attire
Portrayable & believable accents or dialects (e.g. Southern, Chinese, Spanish, German, Boston, etc.):
Boston, NYC, Italian, Mexican, British
Member's Performance Skills:
Artist-drawing, Comic Timing, Driver-car/automatic, Improvisation, Running-general, Tennis, Vocal Range-alto, Yoga, Zumba
Recent noteworthy acting experience (use the format on the Before Applying page):
THEATRE:
"A Christmas Carol" - Christmas Present, Narrator, Et al. - True Rep
"Much Ado About Nothing" - Beatrice - Belmont Dramatic Club
"You Can't Take It With You" - Mrs. Kirby - The Longwood Players
"MacBeth" - First Witch - Oxford Shakespeare Company
"Dogg's Hamlet, Cahoot's MacBeth - Lady MacBeth, Et al. - Belmont Dramatic Club
"Old Acquaintance" - Milly Drake - Belmont Dramatic Club
"What Once We Felt" - Astrid - Flat Earth Theatre
"August Osage County" - Barbara Fordham - The Wellesley Players
"The Merchant of Venus" - Nerissa - Zero Point Theater
"How the Other Half Loves" - Fiona Foster - Zero Point Theater
"Measure for Measure" - Mariana and Froth - The Anarchist Society of Shakespeareans
"A Midsummer Night's Dream" - Helena - The Anarchist Society of Shakespeareans
"Romeo & Juliet" - Lady Montague and Chorus - Riverside Theatre Works
"King Lear" - Goneril - Cambridge Center for Adult Education

FILM:
"Schmoopie" - Danielle (lead) - Call it a Whim Productions
"Candlestick Justice" - Susan (co-lead) - First Time Productions
"The Legend of Moll" - Moll (lead) - FlynnFilm Productions
"Brown Sugar" - Bonnie (lead) - Quinnipiac University
"Cold" - Debra (lead) - Rosebud Studios
"The House" - Woman (lead) - Rosebud Studios
"Afterlife" - Eden (co-lead) - Mike MeMasi
"The Priest" - Mary McWilliams (co-lead) - Manguetown Pictures
"School Reunion" - Louise (co-lead) - Scene Around Film Production Co.
"World's Worst Director" (web series) - Katie (co-lead) - Angelwood Pictures
"Magicland" (web series) - Candy (co-lead) - Drinkstorm Studios
"Red Circles" (web series) - Gloria Jackson (principal) - Angelwood Pictures
"Folded in Two" - Regina Higginbotham (co-lead) - Love Thy Job Films
"The Pineapple Diaries" (web series) - Naomi Sand (supporting) - La Gringa Loca Productions
"Family Problems" (web series) - Larissa (supporting) - Angelwood Pictures
"Scary LIttle Fuckers" Ilsa (supporting) - IM Filmworks
"Follow and Rejoice" - Sybil Wilbur (supporting) - Longyear Museum
"Paper Trail" (web series) - Dr. Wendt (supporting) - Wes Palmer Film

INDUSTRIAL:
EOL Dementia, Safety in Dementia - Caregiver (lead) - Caregiver Academy

RADIO/VOICE OVER/AUDIO DRAMA:
"The Trip" animated film - Dave's Mom - Tim Morgan (creator/director)
"Heavenly Deceptions" - Lillian - 11th Hour Audio Productions
WGBH's 89.7 and 99.5 stations: Promotional spot for "An Evening Inspired by Downton Abbey" event.
WGBH TV: Voice over for "An Evening Inspired by Downton Abbey" TV commercial.

DIRECTOR:
"World's Worst Director" Web Series - Season 1, Episode 7: "World's Worst Editing" - Angelwood Pictures, 2012.

"World's Worst Director" Web Series - Season 2, Episode 5: "World's Worst Therapy" - Angelwood Pictures, 2013.

"Candlestick Justice" short film - Producer and Actress ("Susan") too. First Time Productions, 2018.

"Schmoopie" short film - Writer, Producer and Actress ("Danielle") too. Call it a Whim Productions, 2018.

AWARDS:
* * WON * *
Bronze award for "Best Actor" for the short film "Cold;" February 2018 Mindfield Film Festival Awards, Albuquerque, NM.
"Outstanding Guest Actress" for the web series "Family Problems;" 2015 Angel Awards, Providence, RI.
"Outstanding Ensemble Cast in a Drama" for the web series "Family Problems;" 2016 LAWEBFEST, Los Angeles, CA.
"Outstanding Ensemble Cast in a Drama" for the web series "Red Circles;" 2012 LAWEBFEST, Los Angeles, CA.

* * NOMINATED * *
One of four runner ups for Best Actress for the short film "Cold;" 2017 13Horror.com Film & Screenplay Contest, Los Angeles, CA.
Outstanding Lead Actress nomination for the web series "Magicland;" 2017 LAWEBFEST, Los Angeles, CA.
Best Supporting Actress nomination for the web series "Magicland;" 2016 Maverick Movie Awards (online)
Best Actress nomination for the web series "World's Worst Director;" 2013 Motif Magazine Theatre and Film Awards, Providence, RI.
Best Actress nomination for the short film "The House;" 2012 Terror Film Festival, Philadelphia, PA.
Training or acting classes (class name, teacher & where):
* Bachelor of Arts in Art History and English (UMass/Boston)
* Voice Over – Wren Ross; Dorothy Gallagher, CP Casting; Lau Lapides/Mike Jablon; Debi Derryberry
* Basic prop gun handling and law enforcement techniques for actors – Mel and Charlie Alejandro
* Acting in Film/Commercials: Ann Baker, M. Lynda Robinson, Jen Rudolph, Eve Battaglia, Aaron Marcus, Carolyn Pickman, Steve Blackwood (Days of Our Lives), Alessio Cappelletti
* Monologue Coaching: Dossy Peabody, Paula Plum, Karen MacDonald, Ann Mulhall, Steve Blackwood (Days of Our Lives), Tom Todoroff, Lau Lapides, Michael Cerveris
* Meisner (Level 1): Another Country Productions, Lyralen Kaye
* Shakespeare Training: Sharon Hart/Brookline Center for Adult Ed; Bobbie Steinbach, New Repertory Theatre; Stan Edelson, Cambridge Center for Adult Ed.; Ron Destro/Oxford Shakespeare Company
* Improv/sketch: Improv Asylum, ImprovBoston (graduated both training programs); Kevin McDonald (Kids in the Hall); Upright Citizens Brigade Improv 101; Todd Stashwick
Other non-acting work, hobbies, charities, etc. in which this actor is involved:
Quincy Animal Shelter volunteer since 2008, meds team.
VOICE ARTISTS ONLY [you must have a professional demo to upload]: llustrative 1-word descriptions for this actor's voice (e.g. conversational, announcer, warm, etc.):
Accents/Dialects/Voice types: Rich, warm, conversational, wry, cool mom, British, Irish, Italian (proficient), Mexican, Midwestern, Newscaster, Northeast Regional, Southern.

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