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Pason attends the PGA, Producers Guild of America Awards!

Pason attended the PGA, Producers Guild of America Awards Saturday night held at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel in LA, CA.  Pason arrived, met up with producer friend, PGA member Jon Tierney and his friend. As people arrived the cocktail hour began and the red carpet was full of press, stars, producers and Pason met Jason Blum one of the producers for Whiplash and a long list of great film credits! Yep, easy name to remember as they both laughed about their names.

A friend asked Pason which guys she thought were cute and Pason replied “Oh, yes wait you’re right I should be looking at men but I’m so distracted by all of the beautiful dresses and noticing a few cool tuxedos.  LOL!  I’m just happy to be here and making more industry friends.”  Attire for the event was creative black tie.  Humm, what did Pason the redhead actress wear?  A hollywood classic, sexy, form fitting black evening dress, black Dior heels, 1 carat diamond necklace, diamond and aquamarine emerald cut earrings, 4 carat citrine and diamond ring, bracelet from Henri Bendel, lightly curled hair, not to much makeup and red lips.

Pason was chatting with people and then time to find her table. Kind of fun having the excuse of looking at tables with all wonderful, hard working, smart, well dressed professionals while searching for your own table where your friends were already seated. Dinner was served, introductions at the table and the show begins!  Pason was sitting next to the wife of Bill Prady and Bill Prady producer of The Big Bang Theory, Muppets, Gilmore Girls, Dharma & Greg and more.

There were some really funny and heartfelt moments throughout the show.  Here’s a list of PGA Nominees and Winners: http://www.producersguild.org/blogpost/923036/207228/Producers-Guild-Awards-Winners
Winners are in bold:

The Darryl F. Zanuck Award for Outstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion Pictures:

  • American Sniper (Warner Bros. Pictures)
    Producers: Clint Eastwood, p.g.a., Robert Lorenz, p.g.a., Andrew Lazar, p.g.a., Bradley Cooper, p.g.a., Peter Morgan, p.g.a.
  • Birdman (Fox Searchlight Pictures)
    Producers: Alejandro G. Iñárritu, John Lesher, James W. Skotchdopole
  • Boyhood (IFC Films)
    Producers: Richard Linklater, p.g.a., Cathleen Sutherland, p.g.a.
  • Foxcatcher (Sony Pictures Classics)
    Producers: Megan Ellison, p.g.a., Bennett Miller, p.g.a., Jon Kilik, p.g.a.,
  • Gone Girl (20th Century Fox)
    Producer: Ceán Chaffin, p.g.a.
  • The Grand Budapest Hotel (Fox Searchlight Pictures)
    Producers: Wes Anderson, Scott Rudin, Steven Rales, Jeremy Dawson
  • The Imitation Game (The Weinstein Company)
    Producers: Nora Grossman, p.g.a., Ido Ostrowsky, p.g.a., Teddy Schwarzman, p.g.a.
  • Nightcrawler (Open Road Films)
    Producers: Jennifer Fox, Tony Gilroy
  • The Theory of Everything (Focus Features)
    Producers: Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, Lisa Bruce, Anthony McCarten
  • Whiplash (Sony Pictures Classics)
    Producers: Jason Blum, Helen Estabrook, David Lancaster

 

The Award for Outstanding Producer of Animated Theatrical Motion Pictures:

  • Big Hero 6 (Walt Disney Animation Studios)
    Producer: Roy Conli, p.g.a.
  • The Book of Life (20th Century Fox)
    Producers: Guillermo del Toro, p.g.a., Brad Booker, p.g.a.
  • The Boxtrolls (Focus Features)
    Producers: David Bleiman Ichioka, p.g.a., Travis Knight, p.g.a.
  • How To Train Your Dragon 2 (20th Century Fox)
    Producer: Bonnie Arnold, p.g.a.
  • The LEGO Movie (Warner Bros. Pictures)
    Producer: Dan Lin, p.g.a.

 

The Award for Outstanding Producer of Documentary Theatrical Motion Pictures:

  • The Green Prince (Music Box Films)
    Producers: Nadav Schirman, John Battsek, Simon Chinn
  • Life Itself (Magnolia Pictures)
    Producers: Zak Piper, Steve James, Garrett Basch 
  • Merchants of Doubt (Sony Pictures Classics)
    Producers: Robert Kenner, Melissa Robledo
  • Particle Fever (Abramorama/BOND 360)
    Producers: David E. Kaplan, Mark A. Levinson, Andrea Miller, Carla Solomon
  • Virunga (Netflix)
    Producers: Orlando von Einsiedel, Joanna Natasegara

 

The David L. Wolper Award for Outstanding Producer of Long-Form Television:

The Long-Form Television category encompasses both movies of the week and mini-series.

  • American Horror Story: Coven & Freak Show (FX)
    Producers: Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, Dante Di Loreto, Tim Minear, Jennifer Salt, James Wong, Brad Buecker, Alexis Martin Woodall, Joseph Incaprera, Robert M. Williams Jr.
  • Fargo (FX)
    Producers: Noah Hawley, Warren Littlefield, John Cameron, Ethan Coen, Joel Coen, Michael Frislev, Chad Oakes, Kim Todd, Adam Bernstein
  • The Normal Heart (HBO)
    Producers: Ryan Murphy, Dante Di Loreto, Jason Blum, Brad Pitt, Dede Gardner, Mark Ruffalo, Scott Ferguson, Alexis Martin Woodall
  • The Roosevelts: An Intimate History (PBS)
    Producers: Paul Barnes, Pam Tubridy Baucom, Ken Burns
  • Sherlock (PBS)
    Producers: Mark Gatiss, Steven Moffat, Beryl Vertue, Sue Vertue

 

The Norman Felton Award for Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television, Drama:

  • Breaking Bad (AMC)
    Producers: Vince Gilligan, Mark Johnson, Michelle MacLaren, Melissa Bernstein, Sam Catlin, Peter Gould, George Mastras, Thomas Schnauz, Moira Walley-Beckett, Stewart A. Lyons, Diane Mercer, Bryan Cranston
  • Downton Abbey (PBS)
    Producers: Gareth Neame, Julian Fellowes, Liz Trubridge, Nigel Marchant
  • Game Of Thrones (HBO)
    Producers: David Benioff, D.B. Weiss, Carolyn Strauss, Frank Doelger, Bernadette Caulfield, Chris Newman, Greg Spence
  • House Of Cards (Netflix)
    Producers: Beau Willimon, David Fincher, Joshua Donen, Eric Roth, Kevin Spacey, Dana Brunetti, Iain Paterson, David Manson
  • True Detective (HBO)
    Producers: Nic Pizzolatto, Cary Joji Fukunaga, Scott Stephens, Woody Harrelson, Matthew McConaughey, Richard Brown, Steve Golin, Carol Cuddy

 

The Danny Thomas Award for Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television, Comedy:

  • The Big Bang Theory (CBS)
    Producers: Chuck Lorre, Steve Molaro, Bill Prady, Faye Oshima Belyeu
  • Louie (FX)
    Producers: Louie C.K, M. Blair Breard, Dave Becky, Pamela Adlon, Vernon Chatman, Steven Wright, Adam Escott
  • Modern Family (ABC)
    Producers: Christopher Lloyd, Steven Levitan, Dan O’Shannon, Paul Corrigan, Brad Walsh, Bill Wrubel, Danny Zuker, Jeffrey Richman, Abraham Higginbotham, Ben Karlin, Elaine Ko, Megan Ganz, Jeff Morton, Chris Smirnoff, Sally Young
  • Orange Is The New Black (Netflix)
    Producers: Jenji Kohan, Gary Lennon, Lisa I. Vinnecour, Mark A. Burley, Michael Trim, Neri Kyle Tannenbaum, Sara Hess
  • Veep (HBO)
    Producers: Armando Iannucci, Christopher Godsick, Frank Rich, Simon Blackwell, Tony Roche, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Chris Addison, Stephanie Laing

 

The Award for Outstanding Producer of Non-Fiction Television:

  • 30 For 30 (ESPN)
    Producers: Connor Schell, John Dahl, Bill Simmons, Erin Leyden, Andrew Billman
  • American Masters (PBS)
    Producers: Susan Lacy, Julie Sacks, Junko Tsunashima
  • Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown (CNN)
    Producers: Anthony Bourdain, Christopher Collins, Lydia Tenaglia, Sandra Zweig
  • COSMOS: A SpaceTime Odyssey (FOX/NatGeo)
    Producers: Ann Druyan, Seth MacFarlane, Mitchell Cannold, Brannon Braga, Jason Clark, Livia Hanich, Steve Holtzman
  • Shark Tank (ABC)
    Producers: Mark Burnett, Clay Newbill, Phil Gurin, Yun Lingner, Max Swedlow, Jim Roush, Bill Gaudsmith, Becky Blitz, Laura Roush

 

The Award for Outstanding Producer of Competition Television:

  • The Amazing Race (CBS)
    Producers: Jerry Bruckheimer, Bertram van Munster, Jonathan Littman, Elise Doganieri, Mark Vertullo
  • Dancing With The Stars (ABC)
    Producers: Conrad Green, Joe Sungkur, Ashley Edens Shaffer
  • Project Runway (Lifetime)
    Producers: Jonathan Murray, Sara Rea, Desiree Gruber, Jane Cha Cutler, Heidi Klum, Tim Gunn, Teri Weideman
  • Top Chef (Bravo)
    Producers: Dan Cutforth, Jane Lipsitz, Casey Kriley, Hillary Olsen, Tara Sierner, Erica Ross, Doneen Arquines, Shealan Spencer
  • The Voice (NBC)
    Producers: John De Mol, Mark Burnett, Audrey Morrissey, Stijn Bakkers, Lee Metzger, Chad Hines, Kyra Thompson, Mike Yurchuk, Amanda Zucker, Jim Roush

 

The Award for Outstanding Producer of Live Entertainment & Talk Television:

  • The Colbert Report (Comedy Central)
    Producers: Stephen Colbert, Tom Purcell, Jon Stewart, Meredith Bennett, Barry Julien, Emily Lazar, Richard Dahm, Tanya Michnevich Bracco, Paul Dinello, Matt Lappin
  • Jimmy Kimmel Live (ABC)
    Producers: Jimmy Kimmel, Jill Leiderman, Jason Schrift, Doug DeLuca, Erin Irwin, David Craig, Ken Crosby, Gary Greenberg, Molly McNearney, Tony Romero, Jennifer Sharron, Seth Weidner, Josh Weintraub
  • Last Week Tonight With John Oliver (HBO)
    Producers: John Oliver, Tim Carvell, Liz Stanton
  • Real Time With Bill Maher (HBO)
    Producers: Bill Maher, Scott Carter, Sheila Griffiths, Marc Gurvitz, Billy Martin, Dean Johnsen, Matt Wood

  • The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (NBC)
    Producers: Lorne Michaels, Josh Lieb, Gavin Purcell, Jamie Granet Bederman, Rob Grabbe, Katie Hockmeyer, Jim Juvonen, Brian McDonald

The Award for Outstanding Sports Program:

– 24/7 (HBO)

  • Hard Knocks: Training Camp With The Atlanta Falcons (HBO)
  • Hard Knocks: Training Camp With The Cincinnati Bengals (HBO)
  • Inside: U.S. Soccer’s March To Brazil (ESPN)
  • Real Sports With Bryant Gumbel (HBO)

 

The Award for Outstanding Children’s Program:

 

  • Dora The Explorer (Nickelodeon)
  • Sesame Street (PBS)
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Nickelodeon)
  • Toy Story OF TERROR! (ABC)
  • Wynton Marsalis: A YoungArts Masterclass (HBO)

 

The Award for Outstanding Digital Series:

 

Special honors previously announced include:

Milestone Award

  • Jon Feltheimer

Norman Lear Achievement Award in Television

  • Mark Gordon

David O. Selznick Achievement Award in Theatrical Motion Pictures

  • Gale Anne Hurd

Stanley Kramer Award

  • the HBO television motion picture The Normal Heart

Visionary Award

the production company Plan B Entertainment

While connecting with a friend Pason smiled as a hello to the poised and beautiful actress Katie Cassidy as Claire Danes rushes past. After the awards were over, many people left but Pason, Jon Tierney and Scott Sorrentino took a few more pics and headed to the afterparty!  At the afterparty Pason met up with friends Marty McDonough, PGA National Board of Director Jethro Rothe-Kushel , ran into another friend Senior Vice President – Entertainment Industries at Pacific Mercantile Bank Adrian Ward, made some new friends and met Producers Guild of America President Gary Lucchesi who is also the President of Lakeshore Entertainment. A very happy, grounded and nice man!

It was sad that the night had to end but what a wonderful, full day it was! Actually it was a miraculous week!  Grateful!

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Pason Redhead Actress PGA Producers Guild of America Awards Pason attends the PGA, Producers Guild of America Awards!

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Redhead Actress Pason, Producers Guild of America Awards, PGA, getting ready

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Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, Birdman, PGA, Producers Guild of America Awards

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Jennifer Lawrence, PGA, speaking at Producers Guild of America Awards

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Pason attends the PGA 2015 Nominees Breakfast!

Pason attended the PGA, Producers Guild of America 2015 Nominees Breakfast Saturday morning at the Saban theatre in Beverly Hills, CA. A rare opportunity the PGA created where you can hear from the producers of American Sniper, Birdman, Boyhood, Foxcatcher, Gone Girl, The Grand Budapest Hotel, The Imitation Game, Nightcrawler, The Theory of Everything and Whiplash!  Yep and Q & A moderated by PGA President Gary Lucchesi asking producers Clint Eastwood, Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, Richard Linklater, Jon Kilik, Cean Chaffin, Jeremy Dawson, Teddy Schwarzman, Jennifer Fox, Lisa Bruce, Helen Estabrook interesting questions about their process while creating these wonderful films. A theatre full of producers, this event is awesome!  Informational, inspiring and funny!

2015 PGA Nominees Breakfast American Sniper Birdman Boyhood Foxcatcher Gone Girl The Grand Budapest Hotel The Imitation Game Nightcrawler The Theory of Everything Whiplash Pason attends the PGA 2015 Nominees Breakfast!

2015 PGA Nominees Breakfast, American Sniper, Birdman, Boyhood, Foxcatcher, Gone Girl, The Grand Budapest Hotel, The Imitation Game, Nightcrawler, The Theory of Everything, Whiplash. Clint Eastwood, Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, Richard Linklater, Jon Kilik, Cean Chaffin, Jeremy Dawson, Teddy Schwarzman, Jennifer Fox, Lisa Bruce, Helen Estabrook

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PGA 2015 Nominees Breakfast, Clint Eastwood, Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, Richard Linklater, Jon Kilik

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Pason attends Artios Awards, CSA!

Pason attends the 30th Annual Artios Awards, celebrating excellence in casting! The event was held at the beautiful Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, CA. Casting Directors are some of the best people in the world you’ll ever meet. Why?  Besides the long hectic hours they work to bring you the best actors and actresses for upcoming Films, TV shows, Commercials, Animation, Theatre, they have a deeper understanding of human behavior, they are great with communicating with studios, directors, actors, managers and talent agents and they have a true passion for what they do. Casting directors are often called “the gatekeepers.”

It’s a bit unusual for an actor who’s not presenting an award at this event to attend the show. Before the awards show there was a nice cocktail hour where you could mingle with casting directors “CD’s”, agents and managers. All the best!  Pason, the Redhead Actress walked into the room wearing an eye-catching, yellow, Herve Leger dress. Great conversation starter!  When Pason was asked who are you with, her answer was “just me!”  She explained while she was in a meeting with her agent Armando Vaughn at KSA (Kathleen Schultz Associates) she asked him what events she could attend in addition to film festivals, he handed her a card and said go to this. Pason’s reply was “ok!” When asked where her agent was, she let them know he had dental work and it had gotten infected so he couldn’t attend. Which was sad but Pason sent him positive, healing energy before she attended the event. She also explained that she would be attending the PGA nominee breakfast and awards that Saturday as well. Many thought it was fantastic and courageous for an actress to come by herself and mingle in a room full of casting directors, agents and managers, the best in the world!  Many were also impressed with not just her training or background but that she actually enjoys networking and meeting new people.  Pason says she loves making industry friends!  People that share similar interests, goals and passion.  It’s a small world as she ran into a few people there she knew but didn’t know they would be there. Some she had communicated with via email but now got to actually meet in person.

Lights were flashing as it was time to take you seat at your table for dinner to be served and the awards to begin! There were a lot of touching and funny moments from presenters like Jonah HillGina Rodriguez, Patricia Arquette, to name a few and the award winners speeches where a treat to hear! Check out the list of 2015 Artios Award nominees and winners: http://www.castingsociety.com/awards/artios/2015

30TH ARTIOS AWARDS WINNERS – JANUARY 22, 2015

Feature Film Big Budget Comedy

“The Wolf of Wall Street,” Ellen Lewis

Feature Film Big Budget Drama

“12 Years a Slave,” Francine Maisler, Meagan Lewis (Location Casting), Melissa Kostenbauder (Associate)

Feature Film Studio or Independent Comedy

“The Grand Budapest Hotel,” Douglas Aibel, Jina Jay, Henry Russell Bergstein (Associate)

Feature Film Studio or Independent Drama

“Dallas Buyers Club,” Kerry Barden, Paul Schnee, Rich Delia, Tracy Kilpatrick (Location Casting), Allison Estrin (Associate)

Feature Film Low Budget Comedy

“Dear White People,” Kim Taylor-Coleman

Feature Film Low Budget Drama

“Boyhood,” Beth Sepko

Feature Film Animation

“Frozen,” Jamie Sparer Roberts

Television Pilot Comedy

“Orange is the New Black,” Jennifer Euston

Television Pilot Drama

“True Detective,” Alexa L. Fogel, Christine Kromer, Meagan Lewis (Location Casting)

Television Series Comedy

“Orange is the New Black,” Jennifer Euston

Television Series Drama

“Breaking Bad,” Sharon Bialy, Sherry Thomas, Kiira Arai (Location Casting), Russell Scott (Associate)

Television Movie or Mini Series

“Fargo,” Rachel Tenner, Jackie Lind (Location Casting), Stephanie Gorin (Location Casting), Charlene Lee (Associate)

Daytime Drama Series

“General Hospital,” Mark Teschner

Children’s Pilot and Series (Live Action) 

“Good Luck Charlie,” Sally Stiner, Barbie Block

Television Animation (Children and Adult)

“Family Guy,” Linda Lamontagne

Web Series

“Deadbeat,” Adam Caldwell, Cindy Tolan

Short Film

“All’s Fair,” Alyssa Weisberg

New York Broadway Theatre – Comedy

“Casa Valentina,” David Caparelliotis, Nancy Piccione, Bernard Telsey

New York Broadway Theatre – Drama

“All the Way,” William Cantler, Karyn Casl (Associate)

New York Broadway Theatre – Musical 

“Beautiful – The Carole King Musical,” Stephen Kopel

New York Theatre – Comedy

“Dinner With Friends,” Jim Carnahan, Carrie Gardner

New York Theatre – Drama

“Choir Boy,” Nancy Piccione

New York Theatre – Musical

“Here Lies Love,” Tara Rubin, Lindsay Levine (Associate)

Regional Theatre East

“A Streetcar Named Desire,” Tara Rubin, Lindsay Levine (Associate)

Regional Theatre West

“Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike,” David Caparelliotis, Lauren Port (Associate

Los Angeles Theatre

“Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike,” Mark B. Simon, Daniel Swee

Special Theatrical Performance East

“Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, A Musical Thriller” Craig Burns, Cesar A. Rocha (Associate)

Theatre Tours

“Once,” Jim Carnahan, Stephen Kopel

 30TH ARTIOS AWARDS NOMINATIONS – JANUARY 22, 2015

Feature Film Big Budget Comedy
“Guardians of the Galaxy,” Sarah Finn, Reg Poerscout-Edgerton, Tamara Hunter (Associate)
“Into The Woods,” Francine Maisler, Bernard Telsey, Tiffany Little Canfield
“The Secret Life of Walter Mitty,” Rachel Tenner, Charlene Lee (Associate), Bess Fifer (Associate)
“This is Where I Leave You,” Cindy Tolan, Adam Caldwell (Associate)
“We’re the Millers,” Lisa Beach, Sarah Katzman, Lisa Mae Fincannon (Location Casting), Jeremy Gordon (Associate), Beth Lipari (Associate), Dana Salerno (Associate)
“The Wolf of Wall Street,” Ellen Lewis

Feature Film Big Budget Drama
“12 Years a Slave,” Francine Maisler, Meagan Lewis (Location Casting), Melissa Kostenbauder (Associate)
“American Hustle,” Mary Vernieu, Lindsay Graham, Angela Peri (Location Casting)
“Captain Phillips,” Francine Maisler, Donna M. Belajac (Location Casting), Daniel Hubbard (Location Casting)
“Foxcatcher,” Jeanne McCarthy, Rori Bergman (Location Casting), Donna M. Belajac (Location Casting), Matthew Maisto (Associate)
“Gone Girl,” Laray Mayfield, Annie Hamilton (Location Casting)
“Selma,” Aisha Coley, Robyn Owen (Associate)

Feature Film Studio or Independent Comedy
“Big Eyes,” Jeanne McCarthy, Nicole Abellera, Coreen Mayrs (Location Casting), Heike Brandstatter (Location Casting)
“Chef,” Sarah Finn, Tamara Hunter (Associate)
“The Grand Budapest Hotel,” Douglas Aibel, Jina Jay, Henry Russell Bergstein (Associate)
“Pride,” Fiona Weir
“St. Vincent,” Laura Rosenthal
“Top Five,” Victoria Thomas, Matthew Maisto (Associate)

Feature Film Studio or Independent Drama
“Birdman,” Francine Maisler
“Blue Jasmine,” Juliet Taylor, Patricia DiCerto, Nina Henninger (Location Casting)
“Dallas Buyers Club,” Kerry Barden, Paul Schnee, Rich Delia, Tracy Kilpatrick (Location Casting), Allison Estrin (Associate)
“Inside Llewyn Davis,” Ellen Chenoweth, Amelia McCarthy (Associate)
“The Theory of Everything,” Nina Gold
“Whiplash,” Terri Taylor

Feature Film Low Budget Comedy
“Adult World,” Jennifer Euston
“Believe Me,” JC Cantu, Beth Sepko (Location Casting)
“Dear White People,” Kim Taylor-Coleman
“The Double,” Douglas Aibel, Henry Russell Bergstein (Associate)
“Space Station 76,” Eric Souliere
“Two Night Stand,” Angela Demo, Julie Schubert (Location Casting)

Feature Film Low Budget Drama
“Boyhood,” Beth Sepko
“Cake,” Mary Vernieu, Lindsay Graham
“Camp X-Ray,” Richard Hicks
“Lonely Boy,” Howard Meltzer
“Short Term 12,” Kerry Barden, Paul Schnee, Rich Delia, Allison Estrin (Associate)
“The Spectacular Now,” Angela Demo, Tracy Kilpatrick (Location Casting)

Feature Film Animation
“Big Hero 6,” Jamie Sparer Roberts
“The Book of Life,” Christian Kaplan
“Frozen,” Jamie Sparer Roberts
“Monsters University,” Kevin Reher, Natalie Lyon
“Planes,” Jason Henkel
“Rio 2,” Christian Kaplan

Television Pilot Comedy
“The Goldbergs,” Leslie Litt
“Looking,” Carmen Cuba, Nina Henninger (Location Casting), Bernard Telsey (Location Casting), Wittney Horton (Associate), Abbie Brady-Dalton (Associate)
“Mom,” Nikki Valko, Ken Miller, Peter Pappas (Associate)
“Orange is the New Black,” Jennifer Euston
“Silicon Valley,” Jeanne McCarthy, Nicole Abellera,

Television Pilot Drama
“Halt and Catch Fire,” Sharon Bialy, Sherry Thomas, Lisa Mae Fincannon (Location Casting), Craig Fincannon (Location Casting), Ally Bader (Associate), Jen Ingulli (Associate)
“Masters of Sex,” Bernard Telsey, Tiffany Little Canfield, Junie Lowry Johnson, Libby Goldstein
“Ray Donovan,” John Papsidera
“Sleepy Hollow,” Cathy Sandrich Gelfond, Amanda Mackey, Craig Fincannon (Location Casting)
“True Detective,” Alexa L. Fogel, Christine Kromer, Meagan Lewis (Location Casting)

Television Series Comedy
“Girls,” Jennifer Euston
“Modern Family,” Jeff Greenberg, Allen Hooper (Associate)
“Nurse Jackie,” Julie Tucker, Ross Meyerson
“Orange is the New Black,” Jennifer Euston
“Veep,” Pat Moran (Location Casting)

Television Series Drama
“Breaking Bad,” Sharon Bialy, Sherry Thomas, Kiira Arai (Location Casting), Russell Scott (Associate)
“Game of Thrones,” Nina Gold
“The Good Wife,” Mark Saks, John Andrews (Associate)
“House of Cards,” Laray Mayfield, Julie Schubert
“True Detective,” Alexa L. Fogel, Christine Kromer, Meagan Lewis (Location Casting)

Television Movie or Mini Series
“American Horror Story – Coven,” Robert J. Ulrich, Eric Dawson, Carol Kritzer, Meagan Lewis (Location Casting), Eric Souliere (Associate)
“Broadchurch,” Victor Jenkins, Kelly Valentine Hendry
“Fargo,” Rachel Tenner, Jackie Lind (Location Casting), Stephanie Gorin (Location Casting), Charlene Lee (Associate)
“The Normal Heart,” Amanda Mackey, Cathy Sandrich Gelfond, Susanne C. Scheel (Associate)
“Treme,” Alexa L. Fogel, Meagan Lewis (Location Casting), Christine Kromer (Associate)

Daytime Drama Series
“Days of Our Lives,” Marnie Saitta, Bob Lambert (Associate)
“General Hospital,” Mark Teschner
“The Young and the Restless,” Judy Blye Wilson, Greg Salmon (Associate)

Children’s Pilot and Series (Live Action)
“Austin & Ally,” Carol Goldwasser
“Dog With a Blog,” Carol Goldwasser
“Good Luck Charlie,” Sally Stiner, Barbie Block
“Lab Rats,” Howard Meltzer
“Sam & Cat,” Krisha Bullock, Jennifer K.M. Treadwell (Associate)

Television Animation (Children and Adult)
“American Dad!,” Linda Lamontagne
“Bob’s Burgers,” Julie Ashton-Barson
“Dora the Explorer,” Michelle Levitt, Danielle Pretsfelder
“Family Guy,” Linda Lamontagne
“Robot Chicken,” Linda Lamontagne

Web Series
“Aim High (Season 2),” Matthew Lessall
“Backpackers,” Stephanie Gorin
“Chosen (Seasons 2 & 3),” Josh Einsohn
“Deadbeat,” Adam Caldwell, Cindy Tolan
“Mortal Kombat: Legacy (Season 2),” Matthew Lessall

Short Film
“Aban and Khorshid,” Mike Page
“All’s Fair,” Alyssa Weisberg
“Blow Me,” Michael Sanford
“From the Sky,” Stephen Salamunovich
“The Hyperglot,” Michael Cassara
“Wini & George,” Linda Phillips Palo

New York Broadway Theatre – Comedy
“Act One,” Daniel Swee
“Casa Valentina,” David Caparelliotis, Nancy Piccione, Bernard Telsey
“Outside Mullingar,” Nancy Piccione
“The Realistic Joneses,” Daniel Swee

New York Broadway Theatre – Drama
“All the Way,” William Cantler, Karyn Casl (Associate)
“Betrayal,” Cindy Tolan, Adam Caldwell (Associate)
“Macbeth,” Daniel Swee
“Of Mice and Men,” James Calleri, Erica Jensen
“The Winslow Boy,” Jim Carnahan, Stephen Kopel

New York Broadway Theatre – Musical
“A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder,” Jay Binder, Jason Styres
“Beautiful – The Carole King Musical,” Stephen Kopel
“Hedwig and the Angry Inch,” James Calleri, Paul Davis
“Les Miserables,” Tara Rubin, Eric Woodall, Merri Sugarman, Stephanie Gorin, Kaitlin Shaw (Associate), Lindsay Levine (Associate)
“Violet,” Jim Carnahan, Carrie Gardner, Stephen Kopel

New York Theatre – Comedy
“American Hero,” David Caparelliotis, James Calleri, Paul Davis, Lauren Port (Associate)
“Dinner With Friends,” Jim Carnahan, Carrie Gardner
“Domesticated,” Daniel Swee
“Hand to God,” William Cantler, Karyn Casl (Associate)
“Stage Kiss,” Alaine Alldaffer

New York Theatre – Drama
“A Kid Like Jake,” Daniel Swee
“Choir Boy,” Nancy Piccione
“The City of Conversation,” Daniel Swee
“The Hilltown Plays” James Calleri, Paul Davis, Erica Jensen
“Romeo and Juliet,” James Calleri, Erica Jensen
“Tales From Red Vienna,” Nancy Piccione

New York Theatre – Musical
“Heathers the Musical,” Sheila Guthrie, Suzanne Goddard-Smythe
“Here Lies Love,” Tara Rubin, Lindsay Levine (Associate)
“Little Miss Sunshine,” Bernard Telsey, Patrick Goodwin
“South Pacific,” Abbie Brady-Dalton, Andrew Femenella
“The Threepenny Opera,” Tiffany Little Canfield

Regional Theatre East
“American Hero,” James Calleri, Paul Davis
“Animal Crackers,” James Calleri, Paul Davis
“Beaches,” Bethany Knox, Cesar A. Rocha (Associate)
“A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum,” Jay Binder, Jack Bowdan, Jason Styres
“A Streetcar Named Desire,” Tara Rubin, Lindsay Levine (Associate)
“The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife,” Tara Rubin, Kaitlin Shaw (Associate)

Regional Theatre West
“A Chorus Line,” Jason Styres
“Fly,” Bernard Telsey, Patrick Goodwin
“The Intelligent Homosexual’s Guide to Capitalism and Socialism with a Key to the Scriptures,” Amy Potozkin, James Calleri, Paul Davis
“Sideways,” Tara Rubin, Kaitlin Shaw (Associate)
“Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike,” David Caparelliotis, Lauren Port (Associate)
“The Winter’s Tale,” David Caparelliotis, Lauren Port (Associate)

Los Angeles Theatre
“12 Angry Men,” Michael Donovan
“Chicago,” Margery Simkin, Michael Donovan
“Rapture Blister Burn,” Alaine Alldaffer
“The Sunshine Boys,” Jim Carnahan, Mark B. Simon
“Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike,” Mark B. Simon, Daniel Swee

Special Theatrical Performance East
“Anna Nicole: The Opera,” Tiffany Little Canfield, Cesar A. Rocha (Associate)
“Guys and Dolls,” Bernard Telsey, Rachel Hoffman
“The Most Happy Fella,” Jay Binder, Mark Brandon, Jason Styres
“Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, A Musical Thriller” Craig Burns, Cesar A. Rocha (Associate)
“Titanic,” Craig Burns

Theatre Tours
“Evita,” Craig Burns, Cesar A. Rocha (Associate)
“The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess,” Justin Huff, Andrew Femenella (Associate)
“Motown,” Bethany Knox, Cesar A. Rocha (Associate)
“Once,” Jim Carnahan, Stephen Kopel
“Peter and the Starcatcher,” Jim Carnahan, Jillian Cimini

After the awards, the President of CSA Richard Hicks walked up to Pason and introduced himself!  Now that was super exciting!!!  Pason congratulated Allen Hooper who she had done a workshop with last year. Pason was introduced to and congratulated Linda Lamontagne as well on her nominations and win!  Pason did attend the after party which was at the hotel bar/lounge area. Pason says its important to support each other because we all work together! A team!  Now lets create something moving, captivating, special and add some humor!

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Pason, Redhead Actress, Artios Awards, CSA

Actress Pason Artios Awards CSA Pason attends Artios Awards, CSA!

Actress Pason, Artios Awards, CSA

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Pason attends PCB Productions Afterparty!

Pason was invited by friend Marty McDonough to attend the PCB Productions afterparty for their screening of The Phoenix Incident. The party was nicely catered with food and drinks. Pason was introduced to the writer and directed Keith Arem (Call of Duty, Titanfall), the Producer Adam Lawson and several of the actors that were in movie. The film is based on the 1997 Phoenix Lights UFO sightings. Testimony, recovered military footage, witnesses and four unsolved Arizona Missing Persons cases.

PCB is a content creation company for Interactive, Film, Television, and Digital Media. Founded by writer, producer, director Keith Arem.  PCB creates, produces, and manages content from concept to completion. PCB’s Los Angeles based studio facilities are focused on high quality IP Development and Production. PCB does Dialog Production, Sound Design, Music, MoCap, Performance Capture and VoCap!

It was a nice evening!

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http://www.imdb.me/pason
Pason the Redhead Actress”

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Pason at KSA, Kathleen Schultz Associates Holiday Party!

Pason attended KSA, Kathleen Schultz Associates Holiday Party!  It’s always a pleasure to be invited to a holiday party but even better when it’s your Theatrical, Commercial, Print agents party! So much fun interacting with agents and meeting other actors represented by the same agency. Great food too! While Pason stood across from a redhead man and his wife, another redhead walked in-between them making it a row of 3 redhead actors. Pason started laughing and said “Ok this never happens! Three redheads in a row.” It was an instant conversation starter and a great night!

Redhead Actors Pason Neil Arnote Ben Summers Kathleen Schultz Associates Talent Agency Holiday Party1 Pason at KSA, Kathleen Schultz Associates Holiday Party!

Redhead Actors, Pason, Neil Arnote, Ben Summers, Kathleen Schultz Associates Talent Agency Holiday Party

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Pason the Redhead Actress”

 

Pason Diamond Necklace! Love the Holidays!

You have to love the Holidays! When Pason was asked what she wanted for the Holidays her answer was “You mean besides you, a house in Brentwood LA, CA, my mainstream acting career stable, consistent, financially secure with longevity and Pilates equipment? A diamond necklace!”

Pason the Redhead Actress explains why a Diamond necklace and not just any Diamond necklace.     “My father David gave me a tiny, cute, dainty diamond necklace when I was 6 years old. Similar to the now popular Bezel Set. He actually bought it for his daughter Jan, she denied it and he gave it to me. I was so excited, loved the necklace and I wore that necklace almost everyday till he passed away last year.  Now I only wear it on special occasions because I’m afraid something will happen to it. It didn’t cost much but it was perfect for me and very special. David owned a jewelry store at one point when I was a kid and even after he sold that business he would buy loose stones and have jewelry made. Yes he did educate me on the 4C’s. He use to buy me a piece of jewelry that had at least 1 diamond in it (his rule) once a year for either Christmas or my Birthday. A tradition he carried on till I was 21. Then he told me whom ever I’m in a relationship with is to carry on this tradition. What woman wouldn’t love this, lol!”

What did Pason do next? Research!
“I found a Diamond Bezel Set Necklace with a white gold chain I liked but wasn’t 100% happy with so I started looking online and still didn’t find exactly what I was looking for. This necklace is to replace the one David gave me, so it’s like he and my guy are with me at all times I have it on. A very very special necklace! At dinner I told my guy what I had found and I actually wouldn’t mind finding a loose diamond and having a necklace made so it’s perfect. He said we should go Downtown to the Jewelry District. He had never been and I hadn’t been there in a few years but love it! We decided it was best for me to go to the Jewelry District in Downtown LA to continue my quest and bring him back what I found. I had my Cartier chart for quick reference regarding Clarity and Color. I wanted a 1 carat or close to it, nothing lower than a J or VS2, certified diamond for my necklace but cost efficient. I spent a few hours with different jewelers looking at loose diamonds through a loop. Not a bad way to spend a few hours! Big smiles! Of course I’m a woman and easily got distracted by other beautiful, shinny pieces of jewelry. 1st store I went in I found my perfect ring, I had described just two weeks before in my size, 4 1/4! Clarity was below what I’d like, great Color and Carat size I’d still be happy with, set in platinum for a great price. Now that doesn’t happen. It’s a sign! Back to my quest to find the right diamond, chain and jeweler.

A few doors down I found Gold Empire Jewelry. Johnny Kalo G.I.A. Gemologist listened to what I was looking for, asked what I had already found in my research, showed me a few diamonds and showed me my perfect diamond!  Johnny Kalo also showed me this cool device that shows the hearts and diamonds if you turn the diamond over!  He showed me a pic of a Diamond Bezel Set Necklace they had just made for someone else. Wrote down the info. of the diamond for me with price and attached his card.

I continued my search, really liked my experience at Gold Empire Jewelry and was being told by other jewelers they could not offer me a deal like I had just found. Research was over. I went home and just to make sure looked up the same Carat, Color and Clarity that was written down for me by a few jewelers and it was a no brainer. Johnny Kalo at Gold Empire Jewelry had the best diamond I had seen, best price, nice and professional!

At dinner the next night I showed my guy what I had found and pulled up the chart so he could see exactly what I was talking about. The next day we went downtown to the Jewelry District and you might be guessing if I took him in that 1st store?  I told him the night before that I found something odd but in a good way, wouldn’t tell him but would show him just before the necklace at the other store. As we are walking up to this 1st store I said again, I’m just showing you this. We walked up to the counter and I asked the jeweler to show us that ring. As the jeweler is pulling the ring out of the case I turned to my guy and said it’s ok if you run off screaming now, lol! I told him the details of the ring, showed him the price (my research I had found online to compare it) and said you’re the one always talking about signs. Tell me this isn’t one! We put the pretty sparkling ring back (now I’m hearing the words My precious by character Gollum from The Lord of the Rings performed by actor Andy Serkis). Haha!

We walked over to Gold Empire Jewelry. Johnny Kalo smiled and said “Hi Pason welcome back.”  He pulled out the diamond I had decided on, showed us 2 different white gold chains and discussed the Bezel Set and my dislike of bunny ears. I feel they distract from the diamond. He double checked with the guy who puts it all together. I had my guy look at the diamond with a loop (his 1st time) and the back using that other device to see the hearts and diamonds. Of course I had a huge smile on my face! Well, we were all done. A day and a half later it was ready! I went to pick it up and my Diamond Bezel Set Necklace couldn’t be more perfect! Funny, I even feel like crying right now. Johnny Kalo at Gold Empire Jewelry in the Downtown LA Jewelry District is the best! He gave me the appraisal and certified papers for the Diamond Necklace.

I was so happy to show my guy after he got off work, we went to a nice dinner and had a wonderful night!  LOL!  Love my guy, he’s the best!!! Johnny Kalo from Gold Empire Jewelry will for sure get future business from us as we’ve already discussed it :)”

Pason already insured her Diamond necklace and encourages everyone else to insure their jewelry, take them to get checked once a year and take care of them! Happy Holidays!


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Pason, Redhead Actress, Diamond Bezel Necklace, Gold Empire Jewelry, Downtown LA
Redhead Actress Pason Diamond Bezel Necklace Gold Empire Jewelry Pason Diamond Necklace! Love the Holidays!

Redhead Actress Pason, Diamond Bezel Necklace, Gold Empire Jewelry

Redhead Actress Pason Gold Empire Jewelry LA Diamond Bezel Necklace Pason Diamond Necklace! Love the Holidays!

Redhead Actress Pason, Gold Empire Jewelry, LA, Diamond Bezel Necklace

Pason Redhead Actress Diamond Bezel Necklace Gold Empire Jewelry Pason Diamond Necklace! Love the Holidays!

Pason, Redhead Actress, Diamond Bezel Necklace, Gold Empire Jewelry

Happy Holidays!
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Pason attends PGA (Producers Guild of America) Holiday Party!

Pason was invited to attend the PGA (Producers Guild of America) Holiday Party Dec. 10th, 2014 at the Beautiful Luxe Hotel by Producer friend Jon Tierney!  Pason the Redhead Actress arrived wearing an eye catching fuchsia D&G dress with Dior high heels. Just after arriving Jon Tierney greeted Pason and started introducing her to several PGA friends of his while he finished setting up the well organized PGA merchandise table full of nice shirts, hoodies, bags, hats and more. As the ballroom was filling up with beautiful, smiling, well dressed Producers it was time to eat! The food was delicious! Oh lets not forget about the free raffle ticket and casino chips! Yep, you could play games and cards to hopefully win more chips which you could then use to get more raffle tickets! You could also buy raffle tickets with actual cash. So, why would you want raffle tickets?! For the really expensive prizes people could win! Like trips, office space for 6 months, a TV, handbag, equipment, PGA t-shirts, etc…  Yep, they know how to do it right!

The ballroom and outside area was nicely decorated for the holiday. Drinks, food, live music, Fantastic Fig the Magician (who will blow your mind), laughs, good conversations, of course discussions on the latest films and a photo area with christmas trees, a snowman and selection of fun holiday themed props to help your photo experience be a little more interesting! Give an Actress props to play with you never know what will happen, lol! Surprisingly the same with Producers!

Actress Pason met President of Kappa Studios Paul Long, Producer and PGA National Board of Directors and partner at Scenario Jethro Rothe-Kushel, Producer and Location Manager Kent Matsuoka, Writer/Director Trevor Hoff and several more fantastic people!  As the night went on, it was time for the raffle and thanks. It was nice the PGA gave a gift to those who attended the holiday party even if you didn’t win the raffle.  Well that’s it! Haha, no, as most went home there was a nice group that stayed late hanging out in the bar/lounge of the Luxe Hotel continuing to share stories, get to know each other and showing their own magic card tricks inspired by Fantastic Fig. It was a fantastic night!

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Pason Redhead Actress, Jon Tierney Producer, PGA, Producers Guild of America Holiday Party.

Pason Redhead Actress PGA Producers Guild of America Holiday Party Pason attends PGA (Producers Guild of America) Holiday Party!

Pason Redhead Actress, PGA, Producers Guild of America Holiday Party.

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“Pason the Redhead Actress”

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OC Weekly: Pason is a best supporting actress nominee for her role in Bloody Wedding.

Feature Film Bloody Wedding Oozes with Nominations. Pason is a best supporting actress nominee for her role in Bloody Wedding! Bloody Wedding for: Best Feature Film; Best Actress (Kate Murduch); Best Supporting Actress (Pason); Best Movie Line (“I wanna divorce.”); Best Cinematography; Scariest Death Scene; and Goriest Movie.

Read Article & Watch Trailer here: http://blogs.ocweekly.com/navelgazing/2014/09/bloody_wedding_fantastic_horror_film_festival.php

Pason Film Bloody Wedding as Tiffany 4 OC Weekly: Pason is a best supporting actress nominee for her role in Bloody Wedding.
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“Pason the Redhead Actress”

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Pason takes Motion Capture, Performance Capture workshop with Tom Keegan!

Pason just finished an intensive Motion Capture, Performance Capture workshop with Tom KeeganTom Keegan is Director, Casting Director for Performance Capture, Film, Games and Voice Over. He’s worked on major franchises such as Call of Duty, Need for Speed, The Mummy, directed all the talent and performance capture for Starbreeze’s The Darkness, Battlefield 3 and many more.  Tom also produces for film, TV and commercials.

Pason performed scenes in the Performance Capture (MoCap) gear and also transition into a zombie. Tom’s extensive resume of directing, acting, movement, voice and energy make him excellent and a pleasure to work with! Pason is a great for Performance Capture where she uses her physical performance background, acting and voice abilities. Tom Keegan gives the best intensive workshop!
AIA Actors Studio,
http://www.tomkeegan.net/,
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“Pason the Redhead Actress”

 

Pason Nominated for Best Supporting Actress!

Pason is nominated for Best Supporting Actress in the Feature Film Category! Please vote for Pason and vote for the applicable Bloody Wedding Categories. https://survey.zohopublic.com/zs/K7CKWr

Feature film Bloody Wedding has the midnight showing Oct. 31st at Fantastic Horror Film Festival! http://www.fhffsd.org 

Pason in Feature Film Bloody Wedding: http://youtu.be/xjtTj6jn3cI?list=UUOpAfN0N-0J5vv16AAuWMxw

Bloody Wedding Movie Trailer: http://youtu.be/gly-Lc2Bu8o

Thank you,
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http://www.imdb.me/pason
Pason the Redhead Actress”

Pason meets with Co-Executive Producer of TV Show Supernatural, Jim Michaels

Actress Pason met with Co-Executive Producer of TV show Supernatural, Jim Michaels.  Jim Michaels is a Producer/Director for television and films. Credits include SupernaturalEverybody Hates Chris,  Lois & Clark and many more http://www.imdb.me/jimmichaelsSupernatural is a about two brothers that follow their father’s footsteps as “hunters” fighting evil supernatural beings of many kinds including monsters, demons, and gods that roam the earth.  Starring Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles which you can watch on The CW by Production Company Warner Bros. Television.

Pason was excited to meet Jim Michaels!  During their meeting they chatted about where they grew up. Jim grew up in Chicago, Pason grew up in GA/TN and she attended Columbia College Chicago. They discussed backgrounds, life, Cannes Film Festival which Pason recently attended, golf, accents, friends, shared photos, some funny stories, goals, upcoming projects, the business and how much they love it!  How important it is to hone your talents, do the groundwork, make industry friends, surround yourself with people that share the same goals and interests as you. If someone or something is standing in your way, remove them or it immediately because they are not being supportive of who you actually are. Help and create with others that are on the same path as you. Keep momentum going and have fun in the process!

Pason says “One of the greatest things I’m loving about meeting more people established in my industry (Film/TV) is the common interests, passion, strong work ethic and people that really relate to my process.  Also people that have the experience so when I have a question I can go to them and ask for guidance.  It’s always fun to see a persons energy expanding, a twinkle in their eyes, and directness when they are talking about and doing what they love.  It’s refreshing and like being a kid finding friends that you can spend hours after school playing with and you don’t want to go inside the house for dinner or to sleep.”

Jim Michaels has a wonderful spirit, intelligent and knows what he’s doing!  Such a treat to meet with him. – Pason the Redhead Actress

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http://www.imdb.me/pason
http://www.imdb.me/jimmichaels

Pason Cannes Film Festival Red Carpet

Pason goes to Cannes Film Festival and walks the big red carpet!  Pason had 3 nights of screenings, parties, red carpets, networking, Gotha & VIP Room Club.  It was non-stop action!  The first night Pason took red carpet pictures with Producer/Director Ken Feinberg,  Executive Producer Terry Mc Innes and met Cannes Jury Security Sebastien Faye.

The 2nd day while Pason was walking to lunch a French fashion photographer spotted the actress said she loved her work and asked Pason to pose for some pictures. That night Pason met up with Producer friend Freeman White III and his team. Actors from the 513 Film Malik Barnhardt, Bokeem Woodbine, Avelawance PhillipsKarim Lasmi, Cisco Reyes, Director Jae Synth, Musical group the Outlawz, Chief Executive Officer Opus Eventi / President of Art Monaco Johnessco Rodriguez, the beautiful Anastasiya Severgina and business man Sylvain Denys Madoff! Pictures on the red carpet then into the Gotha club where Robin Thicke performed!

Third day was the screening of the 513 Film. A tension-packed thriller, where brothers Mike and Tre set out in search of better lives.  A must see! 513 Trailer: http://www.traileraddict.com/513-degrees/trailer  Pason met and took photos with more actors from Film 513Gary Dourdan and Steven Bauer.  She was also introduced to writer Edouard Valdman. After the screening, cocktail party and dinner it was time to walk the Palais, the Big Red Carpet!!!  Pason wore a beautiful soft yellow chiffon evening gown with Christian Louboutin rhinestone heels. “While standing on the red carpet, I took a moment to appreciate where I was at that very moment. I’m grateful for everything and everyone in my life! I didn’t want to leave, LOL!” Then into the huge theatre for the screening of Mommy Directed by Xavier Dolan, which won the Jury Prize!

Pason, Anastasiya Severgina and Johnessco Rodriguez met up with the 513 Film team and over to the Grey Goose event where 513 team was posing for the French press. Pason the redhead actress met Crystal Paris film finance man Jean Christophe Lepvrier and Paris Producer Axel. The night didn’t end there. Phones were recharging, quick wardrobe change and over to VIP Room where Snoop Dog was DJ. Walking in Executive Producer of Tupac the Movie Giovanni de Francisci asked Pason if she was American. They started chatting, she took his hand, said “come with me” and introduced Giovanni to Freeman White. Come to find out the two had met in Monaco 3 weeks before. Freeman White is also director of production at Fremont East Studios.

Others Pason met are French Producer Raymond Blumenthal, French Actor Jean Christophe Pagnac, Franz Kennedy, Alexandre Cattaneo, Director Michael Tombeur, Composer/Director Peter Mcevilley.

Pason did take a little time to check out the shops. Cartier! It was one designer shop after another.  Directeur Nicolas Ward in Christian Dior was the best! He’s very friendly, knowledgeable, popped open Champagne, pulled out a handbag that matched the rainbow colored Herve Leger dress Pason was wearing and 2 different heels to match. “It was so much fun! Who doesn’t love playing dress up?!” Nicolas informed Pason that the designer shops have their own sections at the Formula 1race in Monaco to entertain clients. Good information to have!  “Cannes Film Festival is the best! It was better than Christmas!”

While Pason was on the plane from Paris to Los Angeles a good friend she use to perform with, Caroline Gross, came over to her and said “Pason?” Caroline was with her fiancee in France and they were headed home too.  Love how small this world is!

Check out all Pason Cannes Film Festival photos here: http://pasonactress.com/photos/

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Pason, Redhead Actress, Cannes Film Festival, Grey Goose Red Carpet

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Pason Beautiful Actress Cannes Film Festival

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Actress Pason, Actors Bokeem Woodbine, Cisco Reyes, Producer Freeman White, 513 Film, Cannes Film Festival

Actors Pason Malik Barnhardt Bokeem Woodbine Producer Freeman White Johnessco Rodriguez Anastasiya Severgina Cannes Film Festival Chopard Gotha Pason Cannes Film Festival Red Carpet

Actors Pason, Malik Barnhardt, Bokeem Woodbine, Producer Freeman White, Johnessco Rodriguez, Anastasiya Severgina, Cannes Film Festival Chopard, Gotha

Pason Steven Bauer 513 Film Cannes Film Festival Pason Cannes Film Festival Red Carpet

Pason, Steven Bauer, 513 Film, Cannes Film Festival

Pason Gary Dourdan 513 Film Screening Cannes Film Festival Pason Cannes Film Festival Red Carpet

Pason, Gary Dourdan, 513 Film Screening Cannes Film Festival

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Pason Cannes Film Festival Red Carpet, Blue Herve Leger Dress, Dior Heels

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Pason Redhead Actress, Cannes Film Festival Palais Red Carpet

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Pason has meeting with Ceo/President Daniel J. Gillin of Paradise Entertainment

Pason “Pason the Redhead Actress” had a meeting with Ceo/President Daniel J. Gillin of Paradise Entertainment. Paradise Entertainment is a quickly growing feature film production company to keep an eye out for! To name a few actors attached to their films, movies, productions are Michael Madsen (BTW, Michael Madsen‘s sister Virginia Madsen also studies with Pason‘s acting coach Aaron Speiser,  www.aaronspeiser.com) & Eric Roberts (You all know who he is & if you don’t it’s Julia Roberts brother!) Daniel Gillin spoke about his recent movies, the new movie in the works, his family and just shared some great artist moments. His passion, knowledge and drive are to be admired in this entertainment industry. I look forward to more with him, his company & a bright future!

Pason
www.PasonActress.com
Pason the Redhead Actress

Paradise Entertainment

Interview with PASON by Ramona Portelli

CLICK HERE TO READ INTERVIEW: http://www.okmalta.com/blog-town/ramona-portelli/celebrity-blog/2014/03/17/celebrity-pason/55809334/

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Interview with PASON
by Ramona Portelli
e-mail:-  ramonaportelli@hotmail.com
Website:-  www.ramonaportelli.com

Film and TV actress – PASON (sometimes called ‘The Redhead Actress’) lives in Santa Monica, CA. She is single and confessed with RAMONA PORTELLI that she is looking for someone that will stand by her side and who is supportive.
In her continuation to this introduction for this interview with RAMONA PORTELLI for okmalta.com, PASON admitted that she does not take much free time, but if someone is important to her, she makes time for them. “My hobbies are working out, shopping, movies, theatre, swimming, hang out with friends, nice restaurants, go to the beach, get massages, meditate, sleeping and etc… I love that I’m an actress, and I know what a gift it is”, she added.What is your real full name?
I’ve always gone by Pason. My full name is a very long story. LOL, we could write a whole article on it.

When did you first try hand at acting? Any why acting?
When I was a little girl I used to say I want to be the best storyteller in the world! Most people thought I was talking about writing, but to me the best storytellers are actors. My whole brother and I would put on skits (he was a dancer). I attended a performing arts high school my senior year in Chattanooga, TN as a dance major. We did musical theater productions, so we also got to learn some acting and singing. When I attended Columbia College in Chicago I was a theater/dance major. I love acting more than anything! With acting I’m at home, it resonates with me and me with it. People say I glow when I talk about acting, on a set, in an audition, and in class. I love that!

Are you currently working on any new projects?
I have a few Film projects coming up that I can’t discuss yet. I post all news on my website www.PasonActress.com. I’m also open and looking for more projects. Anyone looking for a great redhead actress send them my way. My goal is to be on set almost everyday of my life acting! I love to work!

I have noticed and read as well, that you’re quickly becoming one of the hottest actresses being sought after in Hollywood. What are your comments in regards this fact?
I love it! I’ve been busting my bum. I train with the number one acting coach in the world “Aaron Speiser”. I don’t wait for things to come to me. You have to be in your classes, go to casting director workshops, go to events, go to Film Festivals, network, do your mailings, market, do general meetings, auditions, interviews, communicate with your reps, build your industry contacts or as I say “new industry friends”, etc… I’m very happy that I got to go to Sundance Film Festival this year with Fremont East Studios. I think it’s fantastic and what I want!

Sometimes you are referred as the redhead actress. Does this bother you? What are your comments?
Not at all! I am a natural redhead (strawberry blond to be exact) and there are not many of us. Plus I’m an actress, so it fits me perfectly. When someone says “I need a great, polished, smart, strong willed, fit, pretty redhead actress” or some combo of that, I’m happy to be in their head and the one they contact.

For quite a good time, you were an international headliner as a
dancer/aerialist. But you retired from your dance/aerial career in 2010. Meantime you had consistently kept up with your private acting classes since 1998, as acting is your passion. What happened next in your career? And what made you stop from dancing & aerial work?
I had achieved what I wanted to as a dancer/aerialist. I was very blessed! It’s not something that has longevity, benefits, residuals, retirement, etc… It’s also a very high risk job! Which is why you train for hours and learn about rigging. Your body also gets injuries and as you become older your body changes. I had prepared for my transition several years before I transitioned. I was performing on a stage and someone that was filming a movie called “Spring Break ’83” saw me, offered me a role, which I did. I got 2 other offers soon after. I took it as a sign from God that it was time for me to come home, make the transition and I was completely prepared. “Use your skills to make money while preparing to transition, eventually you’ll get to the point where you can transition.” I feel confident to walk into an acting audition and entertain my audience (Casting Director, Director, Producer) and any meeting. Acting has longevity, benefits, residuals and retirement, when your union and stable.

Proudly you can say that so far you had several lead roles in many feature films, and has been seen on comedy pilots, Lopez Tonight Show, many other television, web series, music videos, performed on over 100 stages, seen in over 80 magazines, had a 5ft photo of you that hung in the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art that the NY Times wrote an article about calling it the “Essence of Power”, posed for 3 Bronze Sculptures by Andrew Cawrse and heard on radio. Is there any other thing you would like to add to your curriculum/future agenda?
Absolutly! I love what I do! I love to work as an Actress in Film & TV! I know what a gift it is! I will continue to progress in my acting career doing more Feature Films, TV shows, Commercials and not limit myself to great opportunities/potentials that come my way. I love it when my schedule is filled with filming. It helps me not stress. When I receive a new script it’s like Christmas to me! I get to travel internationally to shoot and love that! I say I want a career like Betty White, meaning I want the stability, consistency and longevity like her. I’m becoming more involved with charity/volunteer work. I will win Oscar’s and Emmy’s. I will also have a family.

Are there any behind-the-scenes anecdotes you can share with our
readers?

You always have interesting things happen on a set or life in general. The thing is to go with the flow and if there’s a problem there’s a solution. If you live in the moment you’ll be fine because you can react quickly. I did befriend a duck that was at a lake where we were shooting. For about 3 weeks I would go to the lake before I had to be on set to meditate and the little duck would swim over to me each day and then follow me down the deck as I left. It was sweet.From your experience so far, what is the hardest part about acting?
The hardest thing wasn’t really with acting but I had to learn it for acting, which was learning a standard American accent. I was raised in GA/TN and had a very thick southern accent. I couldn’t hear the difference in how I said words and how others did. It took me 2 years just to say “I” properly. This was the hardest thing for me to learn, but I keep at it for years and now I speak with a standard American accent, but can easily go into a Southern or very proper, old school, Savannah style Southern accent when asked.

In your opinion, what is the best thing in life?
Life it’s self! Love, Passion, being true to you and being happy. Health. Great supportive people. You meet some of the most amazing, creative people in this business! There are so many things, but the best is life it’s self. Acting is living in real life in the imaginary world of the script.

What’s your sense of style and what do you wear on a daily basis?
Depends on what I’m doing. LOL! My style is classy, sexy, a little sporty. I’m petite, fit, and curvy, so I am limited with designers that will actually fit me or I buy things at a discount and have them altered or made for me. I wear a lot of Karen Millen, DVF, Alice & Olivia, Herve Leger, Seven for all Mankind jeans, Ellie Tahari (I have altered). I have Dior, Gucci, Prada, D&G, Armani. For basics like tank tops, T-shirts or leggings I buy at H&M or Forever 21. I love a bargain and I love fashion!

What is the hardest part of being a celebrity?
I don’t see that any part is hard. I’ve never had a 9-5pm job. I’m thankful for that! I’ve had a very unique life, so things are not foreign to me. People are just people, no matter where they come from, race, religion, careers. I am careful as to where I go especially by myself as I believe every woman should be.

What are some of the difficulties of the acting business?
It’s entertainment. You are your business. You have to get out there, do the work, let it be known you exist, make sure you’re prepared (skills and appearance), be open but be you in the process and treat others with respect and as people. When things are slow use that time to network more, do some volunteer work. I volunteered for the WIF Malibu Celebrity Golf Classic and had a blast! It was a chance to give back, make new friends and network at the same time. Just like any business you can be swamped with work one min., it gets slow and gets busy again. It is difficult to educate someone that’s never been in entertainment with how it all works. People think we just memorize words and nothing
much else. There’s so much more that goes into it!

Behind the cameras, and during acting, you always look great. How do you stay in shape? Is there any secret you follow and can share with my readers?
Guess my previous job had something to do with it. When I was 14 yrs old my mom had a gym in our house, so I started to do an hour of cardio 5 days a week and conditioning/stretching for another 1.5 hrs, which I still practice. When I was a dancer/aerialist I would do an hour of cardio, ballet 3-4 days a week, Pilates 3-4 days a week, train on aerial hoop, hammock and Spanish web for an hour 2-3 days a week plus shows. I can’t say all that training hasn’t helped me physically. I’ve always eaten pretty healthy. Water, fish or turkey, fresh fruits, fresh veggies, I do have a weakness for sugar. When I was a kid we were not allowed fast food, soda, tea or coffee. Currently I do cardio for an hour 4-5 days a week (I have a treadmill at home), Ballet/pointe 2 times
a week and the days I don’t go to ballet after my cardio I do and 1.5 hrs of conditioning/stretching, I also swim 1-2 days a week if my schedule permits. So basically cardio, ballet, Pilates, swimming.

What are your plans for the rest of this year?
Goal is to be on set acting almost everyday, be booked all year and for years to come. Go to more events, continue to build my industry contacts and find a great boyfriend!

Pason – Thanks for your time for this interview with me. What are your comments for okmalta.com readers?
I appreciate you interviewing me. I want to thank everyone that took the time to read this interview, encourage them to check out my website www.PasonActress.com, I have links to FB, Twitter, Linkedin and more at the bottom of my website. A cute, funny site I own is www.RedheadActress.com I hope that I inspire everyone to go after what truly makes them happy and they want in life. To progress internally and externally. It’s not an easy process, but well worth it! Be in your power and continue to support my craft, go to the movies!

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Pason meets with Producer Robert Exner @ Squadron

Actress Pason met with Senior Producer and Head of Production at Squadron in Toluca Lake Robert Exner is also owner of Blue Rock Media Corp.  Director Nikolas Smith joined us on Monday, to discuss some really exciting projects. The meeting was a friendly business discussion that turned into a wonderful experience of new creative ideas popping like popcorn from the 3 brains. Squadron has a wonderful group of talented, nice, educated producers, directors, editors, cinematographers like Ken Wales, Brandon Alperin, Brandon Trost and production people. Clients Include: Arcana Academy, Disney XD, Disney Radio, Disney Jr., Sealy, Sleepy’s, MSNBC, Oxygen Network, A. Smith Properties, Squadron, Roger Dunn.

During Pason the redhead actress meeting with Robert Exner, she briefly met with Founder/Executive Producer of Squadron, Jason Scherbert. Squadron is a highly decorated, full service production company, specializing in innovative promotional campaigns and groundbreaking new media content. Emphasizing story-oriented entertainment, quick wit, quicker turn around, expert craftsmanship, and an aggressive passion for the cutting-edge.

Robert Exner’s long term goal is to create an inspiring slate of feature films & commercials.
Check out Fallout Lost/Found Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zwdlLcuB3hs
 http://falloutlostfound.com/https://www.facebook.com/FalloutLostFound Fallout short film based on the Fallout video game Universe.
This project is looking for funding! Contact Pason pason@pasonactress.com or Robert robert@squadron.tv

Check out: Button Smashed is a gaming review channel http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNBNJs1de-8FJvLL0sxEbvA   (You might just see more of Pason soon! Wink)

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Thank you for listening! More to come!
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Pason’s Acting Reel: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gOVOTC9fwAM&feature=share&list=UUOpAfN0N-0J5vv16AAuWMxw&index=2


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Pason at Sundance Film Festival

Pason was invited to attend one of the best Film Festivals in the world, Sundance Film Festival http://www.sundance.org/festival/ in Park City, UT by Fremont East Studios http://fremonteaststudios.com. Pason the Redhead Actress had 2 nights full of events, networking, Sundance Channel HQ pre-party, pictures on red carpets, Steve Aoki party/show where Lil Jon also performed, etc… At Sundance there are a lot of great films to see, Q & A’s (Pason’s fav.) and of course the first night Pason and the Fremont East Studios team (Freeman White, Cecilia L. Padilla, John DiMarco, Colton Rybus and Tara Graeber) headed out to go meet some friends on Main St. where they saw Philip Seymour Hoffman which is not uncommon to see A-list actors and actresses walking along the street at Sundance Film Festival.

Many people attending the festival also enjoy the beautiful, white snow and take advantage of seeing films, skiing, snowboarding, events, bars, clubs, and meeting new people.  Pason does not ski or snowboard but made a snowman, lol. Pason also chatted with Lightning Entertainment Group http://www.lightningentertainmentgroup.com International Sales Agent | Distributor, Writer and Director Will Hartman http://willhartman.com, cinematographer Jonathan Cabrera, Hollywood Party Columnist Mikey Glazer.

“It was an amazing trip where I made new friends, saw some old ones and ran into people where we both looked at each other and said you look familiar where do I know you from? Then exchanged contact info.. While at the Steve Aoki show 2 guys told me they were fans and asked if they could take a picture with me. I said of course! It made me smile and I didn’t even have a film in the festival this year. So that’s a goal for next year. Also while at the Steve Aoki show I was in VIP & a male friend asked me “how do u do it?” I said “what?” He said “Women love u! Correction people love u.” I turn around and all 3 bikini Gogo dancers are next to me on the couch I was standing on. I just laughed and took pictures with them, LOL!”

It was a great trip and I thank Fremont East Studios for inviting me! They all rock!

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Pason at Fremont East Studios Las Vegas

Actress Pason visits Producer friend Freeman White and gets a tour of Fremont East Studios (http://fremonteaststudios.com) in Las Vegas, NV. Freeman White is director of production at Fremont East Studios and is well versed in all aspects of production both in front of, and from behind the lens. Fremont East Studios (FES) is an all-media studio located in the heart of Downtown Las Vegas that specializes in multi-cam production including talk shows, concerts, events, web series, music videos, reality, digital film, feature films, and commercials–on location or in studio. FES is staffed by a diverse team of creative and knowledgeable professionals that can help take any project from script to screen. Their fully-equipped control room features the TriCaster 8000 switcher with real time virtual set and motion tracking capabilities. Boasting a 100 MBPS fiber circuit and Elemental encoders, FES can ensure that viewers of live streams productions enjoy the best experience possible.  Fremont East Studios’ staff and resources are able to provide full-cycle production support for your project. Their studio is 2 levels, super clean, streamline, modern, with a smart and friendly team that knows their stuff.

  • State of the art HD production cameras
  • In studio and on location multi-cam production switchers
  • Lighting, grip & electric packages
  • Multi-track in studio and field sound recording
  • Apple’s Final Cut Pro, Compressor and Motion
  • Adobe’s CS6 Master Collection, including Adobe Premiere, After Effects and Illustrator
  • Da Vinici Resolve Color Correction
  • ProTools and Logic for audio editing, mixing and mastering
  • Complete SFX library
  • Recording studio suitable to record talk shows, music videos, built sets, lectures, live bands, speeches or interviews
  • A green screen for chroma key compositing
  • Field production units for all location environments
  • Screening room with 90″ HD monitor and 5.1 surround system
  • Hair and Make up suite
  • Talent Green Room

Freeman White showed Pason their latest high quality, intense Feature Film, discussed really cool and fun upcoming projects, Sundance Film Festival, which Fremont East Studios will be at. Freeman also explained to Pason the Downtown Project (http://downtownproject.com) which is revitalizing Downtown Las Vegas. Downtown Project is Led by Zappos.com CEO Tony Hsieh. They have allocated $350 million to aid in the revitalization of Downtown Las Vegas. Investing $200 million in real estate, $50 million in small businesses, $50 million in education, and $50 million in tech startups through the VegasTech Fund. A group of passionate people committed to helping to transform Downtown Las Vegas into the most community-focused large city in the world. Inspiring and empowering people to follow their passions to create a vibrant, connected urban core. Fremont East Studios is part of the Downtown Project. 

After Pason and Freeman White took some fun photos in the studio (Click to See Photos), Freeman gave Pason the Redhead Actress a little tour of the new downtown. “One of the cutest things I saw besides the really clean stores, learning village, smiles, nice design, playground, bars, restaurants, was the drum circle full of happy focused little kids watching and learning how to play drums.” – Pason

Then a stop at the legendary Atomic Liquors, the oldest freestanding bar in Las Vegas. Originally founded by Joe & Stella Sobchik in 1952, Atomic Liquors boasts the 1st package liquor license and off-sales permit. Atomic, named for a time when customers watched atomic blasts from the roof, was originally built in 1945 and was called Virginia’s Cafe. No, Pason nor Freeman had a drink there but they did take a few photos and get to hear the history of the bar along with more history of Las Vegas.

Pason admits she wanted to drive the golf cart she was being chauffeured around in, lol. It was a very nice golf cart! “More than I expected when I went to visit my friend at his new studio. You never know what life brings so I’m very happy and grateful for this fantastic experience! I look forward to visiting Freman and Fremont East Studios again and work on future projects! ” – Pason

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Pason Appearing on new Cable TV Show, Del Weston On Film

Pason Appearing on new Cable TV Show, Del Weston On Film tues. November 5th. Actress Pason will be interviewed by Host, Producer, Writer Del Weston discussing her acting career as well as showing recent clips and photos of her work. Del Weston On Film explores the work, passion, projects and struggles of both well known working actors and directors. The program features Action On Film Festival producers, directors and talent as well as established actors, producers and talent from some of Hollywood’s biggest projects. The program will begin airing on KGEM roughly four weeks after production begins, reaching an audience of approximately 1 million viewers in Monrovia, Arcadia, Pasadena, Duarte, El Monte, Alta Dena etc., Areas surround the AOF Festival home in Monrovia.  Be sure to check it out!

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Pason Redhead Actress TV Show Interview

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Pason has meeting with up & coming Producer!

The other night an email came threw. It was from an up & coming producer. I, Pason Actress read the email but was surprised & very intrigued by a certain line that he wrote. This is someone I met a few years ago when I first did my transition into mainstream acting (from dance/aerial) & who I have auditioned for.  He briefly explained his vision, said he believed I would be perfect for these films & asked me for a meeting which I gladly accepted. The meeting with him was amazing, great energy, discussions & visions! Might I say again I love connecting with other creative/business people! I look forward to working with this person as I see a huge future for not only me but them as well! Someone well beyond their years & is a delight!  Sorry I can’t say who it is yet or details but I will post more as things progress.

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Pason mtg with Brian Stephens of Pixel Flick Entertainment

Pason Actress had a great meeting with Brian Stephens Film/TV Production of Pixel Flick Entertainment re-guarding some up & coming projects. Brian has a nice vision of where he sees things going & what he would like to accomplish. More meeting are happening soon.

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Pason Skin Cancer, Surgery, Hospital, Recovery

Several people noticed I was really quiet & not posting anything for a while, then not posting anything about me, only reposting industry news.   Here’s the reason why & my personal story.

                                                                        SKIN CANCER, SURGERY, HOSPITAL, RECOVERY

Over a year ago I noticed a place on my forehead that looked like a spider bite. I went to my Doctor & they said it could be or skin cancer so he sent me to a dermatologist. The dermatologist Dr. Adriana Schmidt didn’t want to do a biopsy because she didn’t want to scar me. Her words. She gave me some cream & said if it didn’t get better in 2 weeks to come back. The cream didn’t help. I stopped using the cream & the place healed leaving some harder bumpy tissue under my skin. Two other doctors said spider bites can act that way.

This summer the odd tissue on my forehead looked like it was becoming inflamed so I put a little cortisone cream on it. The next day it opened up to a sore. I thought to myself “ok Pason it will scab & then there will be new skin.” That’s not what happened. The scab fell off but the wound didn’t heal or stop bleeding. This is when I called that dermatologist back & scheduled an appointment.

 SKIN CANCER

 When I saw the dermatologist Dr. Adriana Schmidt on Aug. 5th, she said “you never came back.” I replied “well you told me if it healed not to.” Then I asked her does skin cancer heal it’s self? I explained two other doctors thought it was a spider bite. She said skin cancer does not heal. Apparently, she was wrong. Later after doing more reading, skin cancer wounds can heal & open back up. We decided I needed a biopsy. I noticed the biopsy was taking longer than it should, smelled something burning & then she put stitches in.  As I set up her first words to me was “ok don’t freak out! I do think you have skin cancer so I went ahead & cut some of it out which is why I burned the area & put stitches in.”  My reply was “I have an interview in an hour and a half & big meeting in 3 days, you can’t just go cutting on people.” She said “well I did what I felt was right. Make swoopy bangs by pinning your hair over the bandage.” Which is exactly what I did. She didn’t factor in the fact that I drove & now had lack of movement in my head.  Funny thing is while she was cutting she kept telling me to go to my happy place which is me being on set acting. As soon as I left her office I got 3 auditions!  The first one was in 2 days, others on 12th & 13th & I couldn’t smile or laugh due to what just happened. Thank God the 1st role was for a no nonsense detective. A drama with no crying!  This triggered an amazing idea. I should go to my happy place more often, lol!

I emailed my acting coach Aaron Speiser & he said it was ok to miss an audition. I said, “No it’s not ok. I’ve been busting my ass to get auditions, work, networking, you have the serenity prayer on your desk & that prayer says basically know what you can & can not change. (God grant me the serenity
to accept the things I cannot change; 
courage to change the things I can; 
and wisdom to know the difference.) I can not change the fact that this happened but my body knows how to heal it’s self, I’m eating foods that help regenerate skin cells, I already did research & Doctors know what to do. I’m going to this audition. He was supportive. The audition was great by the way. I was given 2 amazing compliments. 1. That I had an unique dialect. I said “I’m originally from NW GA.” The session runner said “no that’s not it you don’t have an accent.” I said “I spent years learning a standard American accent.” She said “that must be it!” I said with a grin “you have great ears!”  Well she did, I just couldn’t tell her that I might have an interesting dialect because I was being really careful that I didn’t move my forehead due to having stitches in it. Second compliment was that she didn’t even have a redirect, I made strong choices & she loved it. Now hopefully the producer & director feels the same way since they make final decision on who’s hired.

I decided after that audition I really needed to rest, take some time off & heal. It was really hard to drive because I had to turn my torso to look if making a turn due to not being able to turn my head because of the stitches.  So it was too risky & my forehead hurt!  The other 2 auditions were not for a week. So I locked myself in.

The doctor called me to tell me yes I had squamous cell skin cancer. I went back to see her, take the stitches out, she gave me the name of a plastic surgeon to contact that took my insurance, I went to see that plastic surgeon Dr. Janet Salomonson Aug. 19th, & I just didn’t feel right about her. She was more concerned with the skin cancer than me, even though she spoke English she was so technical she was hard to understand & when I asked how she was going to close up the incision she said she didn’t want to distort my face so she was going to close it horizontal & pull from my hair line so it didn’t pull my eyebrow up on my right side. Now, my granny taught me how to sew & I know when I stitch up a hole in something no matter if I pull from top or bottom it pulls both!  I told her “you can’t distort my face I’m an actress & have thankfully been an entertainer my whole life!” My gut told me to keep searching. Now who to call? No one I knew had dealt with this. Answer…another plastic surgeon, one of the best cosmetic surgeons out here is Dr. Garth Fisher. I sat on that thought for a couple of days & someone told me they knew the nurses over there. My gut kept telling me to call so I did. “Hi my name is Pason, I just had a biopsy on my forehead & I have squamous cell skin cancer. I know Dr. Fisher is cosmetic but does he deal with this?” The nurse told me he was out of the office for a week & would have to ask if it’s something he would feel comfortable doing.  She took my name & number. About an hour later one of his other nurses that’s been with him for over 20 yrs told me she had dealt with this 1st hand & would walk me threw it. She told me I needed a MOH surgery, gave me the name of the best surgeon in town for that & just in case if I needed a plastic surgeon another name. See, always follow your gut or intuition! I also found this news to be very disturbing. What had the 1st dermatologist done to me? Why didn’t she tell me about MOH surgery?

Unfortunately that MOH surgeon wasn’t free till the 13th of sept. so I asked the nice man on the phone who else is the best. He gave me another name & thankfully both dermatology doctors are in the same practice & only specialized in MOH surgery for skin cancer. The best! He couldn’t get me in still to see that Dr. in time because I had to find out 1. Do I need MOH surgery or 2. A plastic surgeon? I told the nice man on the phone “now it’s funny how everyone is saying to me oh you have to hurry up & get this taken care of so it doesn’t go deeper or bigger yet everyone is like, ok we can see you in a month! Do you have a dermatologist that works with that surgeon who I can see so they can tell me what I need?” YES! I scheduled with both that dermatologist Dr. Sarah Gee & the date he had for the surgeon for my MOH surgery Dr. Joseph Greco. Might as well while I had him on the phone, I could always cancel if I didn’t need it. I saw the new dermatologist, who I had already sent the pathology reports to & yep I was keeping my MOH surgery date for Sept. 3rd, 8:30am with Dr. Joseph Greco.  Dr. Gee said the 1st dermatologist should of never cut me, burned me or put stitches in, she should of only done the biopsy because who knows if she cut healthy tissue. I asked her “So did the other Dr. mess me up? Will I have a bad scar?” She said “Dr. Greco will fix it.”  Guess that’s a YES!  Still nothing I could do but move forward.

While all of this was going on I was taking extra jobs to get more money because I wouldn’t be able to do anything physical, lift, drive, for 3 weeks & full recovery about 6 weeks. I also scheduled more general meetings & had auditions. I planned my schedule, cleaned, did laundry, grocery store thinking about what foods I would be able to eat because I knew I couldn’t have anything hard or open my mouth all the way. Bottled water so it was easier to pick up, is key! I booked out with my agent for a week not telling her yet what was going on because I didn’t want her to stop working for me.

                                                                 SURGERY

Dean, A friend of mine picked me up, took me to the doctors office for my MOH surgery, waited because they put shots in my face to numb it, drew on me with a marker, then the first cut happens. They sent the tissue to the pathologist that’s there to test to see if the margins are healthy. If the margins are healthy then they got all of the skin cancer so no more cutting. I was bandaged & sent to a waiting room where I was about 40 years younger than everyone else. One old gentleman said he got skin cancer because he was a surfer. A lady said she had been in there about 50 times & she was a sunbather in the 60’s. The group started to tell their stories so I spoke up & said “I’ve always taken good care of my skin. I wear sunscreen. I’ve worked indoors. I have gone to tanning beds but not often as you can see, I’m fair! In my teens & early 20’s I used fake tanner for pageants & competitions but I was told I got skin cancer just because I’m a redhead, that they actually don’t know why some people get it & others don’t especially in my case. Everyone was dead silent, staring at me. The man sitting next to me smiled & said his mother was a redhead, a good lady. The room was silent again. The nurse would slowly come take each of us back to rooms for more cutting or tell someone they were clear & could be stitched up. They called me back & I was surprised to hear that I didn’t have squamous cell skin cancer, I had Basal Cell Skin Cancer. So even the pathology report that the 1st dermatologist did was wrong but sort of good news is one isn’t any better or worse than the other & my margins were not clear so they had to cut more. I also had them do a biopsy on a place that was just below the skin cancer. I said neither dermatologist thought it was anything but I know my skin, it’s been there for a month so It’s not a pimple, nor have I ever really had pimples. Since I was there, I would like it tested. Turns out I was right, it too was Basal Cell Skin Cancer. Thankfully, it was in an area they had to cut anyway. They ended up cutting about a quarter size out of the top, right side of my forehead, a triangle above pointing up into my actual scalp (hair) & a triangle pointing down which is where the other small skin cancer was. This way he could close me up making a clean vertical line which ends up being a hairline scar & not distorting my face! He also said after it heals he’ll look at it to see if I need to laser the scar.

I tried to psych myself out while in the surgery waiting room coming up with a story that I was in the military, JAG, in court standing talking to the judge defending my client when a grenade went off outside, sending shrapnel pieces of debris into the court room, one cutting my forehead, as the room explodes with human terror. I quickly grab my client by the arm to get under the table as I see the judge ducking down trying to get out of the courthouse. A tank tears threw the side of the building, on my side. Everyone is in panic, army crawls, screams, ducking, trying to time our movements to escape. My client & I get into the hallway as people are running towards a door which leads to a secured basement. I think it’s a death trap & advise my client not to go that direction. She chooses to. I run up multiple flights of stairs to the roof, bright light beaming down on me, chaos as there is a full-blown battle on all sides of the building. What do I do? There’s no where to go. At that time I see a helicopter rising to the right side of a building moving towards the roof where I was with a rope hanging down. Two Soldiers are climbing up the rope for help, I make a run for it, leap, grabbing the rope as the helicopter is almost to the side of the building again. A soldier helps me in, gives me a helmet & tells me to sit down. I take the order & say thank you. We fly off.  (Don’t worry we are on the same team.)

When I went back into the room to get stitched up I told my Surgeon my JAG story & he laughed. Now funny I thought all this during the waiting room but each time I was in the room to be cut or sewn up, I went back to my happy place of me on set acting & another thing popped into my mind but I won’t write that.

4 hrs later I was ready to go to CVS to get a list of stuff to clean & bandage my incision!? Um, shouldn’t they give you this before you have surgery?  Dean was a good sport & carried everything for me since I had orders not to carry anything, nothing physical, no driving, don’t lower my head, if I have to bend down to squat, sleep with head elevated. Those shots started wearing off pretty quickly. Boy did I wish I had asked for pain meds! Not only for the pain but the tightness I was feeling from how much skin he had to pull to close up the area he cut. Holy crap!!!  PAIN! My instructions said take Tylenol for pain because it doesn’t thin blood. I asked the nurse when she went over the instructions with me if that’s the reason for Tylenol & no physical activity not only because we don’t want the incision to open up but to not raise my blood pressure, shouldn’t you have on this list no caffeine like energy drinks, tea or coffee? She thought about that & said “actually you’re right those all increase your blood pressure, no one has ever brought that up.” I said “I’m always the student teachers love & hate.” I’m glad I don’t drink tea or coffee & this was my chance to detox myself from my 1 Redbull in the mornings.

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I had told Dean that I was getting 3 acting bookings that day. As soon as I got home 1 of those booking came in, 2nd was a strong possibility & the 3rd that night all shooting that week. I had to tell them about the surgery. I really wanted to do those bookings! I love my work & what a gift it is to be hired using my skills. It’s my home.  I decided not to get sad over it, I was in too much pain to show any emotion but to know 1. My intuition was right again 2. Energy is moving in the right direction 3. Going to my happy place really works 4. I was going to think of it as an appetizer for more booking to come. 5. Now I had contact with each of those 3 people so a dialogue had started. After one had told me about the project he was contacting me for I asked if he needed a hospital patient. He replied it’s a romantic comedy.  It was shooting that weekend, but to let him know.  The next day my face started to swell, I knew I wouldn’t be able to film so I called him & said “well, I’d make a great zombie.” Haha!  I asked him for a general meeting a few weeks away. He said yes re-guarding the general meeting!  Woo hoo!!!  A friend emailed me the evening after of my surgery, who I didn’t tell I was having surgery & then did tell them when they emailed me. I told them about the bookings that were that week which I had to say no to but asked 1 person for a general. He replied that he was laughing because I was the only person he knew that was still working just after having cancer surgery.  To rest!

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I did everything that my instructions said. I had a female friend come change my bandage the 1st time & another female friend Bonnie came over twice a day to change my bandage. This was a tricky process because after the 1st day my face began to swell to the point that my right eye was almost swollen shut making it where I couldn’t see very well. I take security measures at my apartment so I can’t buzz people in. I grabbed my old rigging bag, which is almost empty thanks to a nice young aerialist that bought my rigging. In that bag I had this really long black rope with a carabeamer tied to the end of it. It’s what I used at a club to tie back my apparatuses for quick release or for them to pull them back up. This was perfect! I got the rope, told them to come below my balcony, marked which keys were for what, clipped them in the carabeamer, lowered the rope down over my balcony for them to unclip & come up.  I couldn’t lower my head or bend it back, so my bandage had to be changed in the bathtub. After a few days she washed my hair for me too, well most of it, not around where they cut. Thank God for her & her husband! Amazing people!  She also brought me food one day & took out my trash because I couldn’t. She said she remembers what it’s like to be single & have no one.

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(Day before my right eye swelled shut)

She noticed that my incision was getting more red & oozing. That was on the 6th so I called over at Dr. Greco’s & the on call doctor had me send photos of my incision to him so he could show Dr. Greco & see if I needed antibiotics. Yep, I did. I texted Bonnie asking if she would go pick them up for me at the pharmacy on her way over to change my bandage. I included my full legal name & DOB in the text so she could pick them up. Another friend brought me more bottled water because I noticed I didn’t get enough & fudge pops because I was craving them J  Another friend helped me with laundry on the 12th & also took out my trash. I will add if you can’t open a bottle that has a twist cap when you have surgery, put it between your legs, use a crab or lobster cracker on the bottle cap. It grabs ahold like a wrench & opens it without much effort on your part.

On the 10th I saw Dr. Greco to see if my stitches could come out. Still no pain meds as he took this huge Q-tip pressing on my incision as I squirmed in my chair, focusing on my breathing trying to help the pain in my head & trying not to scream. Think happy place! Think happy place! Nope not yet come back on fri. 13th.  That night I noticed my incision had opened up. From my incision to the middle of my forehead had become swollen, red & around the swollen part it looked like teeth marks. I’ve taken pictures each day to document my progress.  I was in worse pain.  Pop more Tylenol, bandaged it up & used the tight wrap that went all the way around my head to put pressure on it so hopefully the skin would reattach.  On the 12th I called the office to see if Dr. Greco would like for me to reschedule for the next week because it didn’t look like it was getting better. I explained I could email photos. They said no need. 2 people from his office called me to say Dr. Greco would like to see me on the 13th to keep my appointment. Bonnie drove me there. When I got into the room, the nurse looked like she was going to take out my stitches. I stopped her & said “where’s Dr. Greco?” She told me he had gone home for the day. I explained that was weird, I had called the day before, he wanted me to keep my appointment so he could see my incision because it’s oozing more than before & worse. I asked her if she could call him or if Dr. David Beynet was there. They were all gone. I asked “can you get him on the phone or send him a photo? I’m not sure why he had me come in today if he isn’t even here.”  She said “I can get another dermatologist from the team that refers patients to Dr. Greco.”  I said “Ok but do they do MOH surgery?” Nope. Well something is better than nothing. The nurse left to go get the other doctor. I’m about to text Bonnie & decide to just get up, walk to the reception area & ask her to come in the room with me because I could tell I needed help.  Dr. Christina Kim comes in the room, introduces herself, she looks at my incision, picks up the scissors & I stop her. I say “Wait before you do anything are you taking out my stitches?” She informed me stitches can’t stay in for more than 7-10 days no matter what & they had been in me for 10 days, they were coming out. Ok, then lay back, breath & go to my happy place. Bonnie let me know when the Dr. was almost done. That helps btw. Dr. Kim brings in the Dr. on call to introduce me to her then informs me that she is giving me a note to go to the ER with, I need to be admitted for 24-48hrs and given antibiotic IV.  Seriously not what I was expecting for that visit. She included Dr. Greco’s number on the blue paper & said for the Dr. that see’s me to call Dr. Greco & if I have any problems they can call the Dr. on call as well.  She told me that her & Dr. Greco said to tell them not to cut me open under any circumstance to call Dr. Greco!  I only live a few blocks away so Bonnie took me home to change into comfy, warm clothes, take off my jewelry & pack a small bag.  We stopped by Bristol Farms to grab water & something to eat while in the hospital waiting.

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HOSPITAL

We get to the ER at UCLA Hospital Santa Monica & I’m in quickly. That note helps! They put me on a bed in the hallway. Bonnie comes with me. We sit & wait. The Dr. comes by to see me, I explain what happened, he tells me I don’t need to be there, oral antibiotics is all I need & if my doctor thought I was that bad they would have admitted me themself. I said “Have you called my Dr.? I came in with a blue paper from Dr. Kim with orders for 24-48hr antibiotic IV & for you to call Dr. Greco on his personal number which is on the paper. This wasn’t my idea. They have the note in my folder. I also took a photo of it just before I came in so if you would like I can pull it up in my phone.”  He didn’t like the sounds of this. Bonnie explained this whole time I never had pain meds & needed something. I agreed! He left, I saw him grab my folder, open it up showing the blue paper.  He came back & said Dr.’s have a difference of opinion. I said “I don’t mean to disreguard your expertise but I believe I will follow my Dr.’s orders the one that knows my case & actually did my surgery.”  Bonnie jumps in as well. He says ok. A nurse comes over to do my IV. I inform her I’m afraid on needles so I won’t look & you have to use a kid’s size so you don’t bust my vein. She wraps the rubber band thing around my arm & it’s too tight I tell her. She disagrees. She goes to insert the needle, I can tell something is wrong as she starts digging, my body is tensing, she’s telling me to not tense, she’s still digging, I’m starting to squirm, I’m breathing, trying to count, feeling my body heat up, she calls over another nurse to help her, they are both digging the needle in my arm. I finally say in a firm medium tone “I’m not trying to be a bitch or baby but this fucking hurts, you have to stop now!”  They pull it out & apply a cotton ball, tape & pressure. Bonnie said she had to even look away & she normally doesn’t have to. She also asked the nurse if I could have pain meds, explained I hadn’t had any not even with surgery & I’m getting worn down. I ask if I can have some numbing cream before she tries the other arm. I explain I’ve had 9 surgeries, not a stranger to hospitals & when ever I’ve had a IV they give me numbing cream before the needle. The nurse looks at me with a blank stare. So I repeated myself. Not sure if she heard me.  She leaves & comes back with the pharmacists as she is holding a spray can & tells me that it will make my skin cool. I say “I don’t need my skin cool, I need it numb!” The pharmacists & nurse look at each other. I said “I don’t know what the problem is? I’m not a stranger to hospitals, I’ve had 9 surgeries, plus ER visits & they have always given me numbing cream, it looks like a patch with clear plastic over the numbing stuff which they put on me, then an IV.”  The nurse says the numbing cream will take 30 mins.. Bonnie says “we have nothing but time, we’ve already been here for 2 hrs, got here at 4:50pm & she’s being admitted.” As they walk away I noticed an older gentleman nurse & I said “he looks like he knows what he’s doing.”  He heard me say it. The nurse comes back with the numbing cream & a plastic patch to cover it.  Guess about half an hr later that older gentleman nurse comes over to me & says “I saw what happened.  I’m going to help you.”  I said thank you, because my other arm hurts! He did it in a sec. & not really any pain.  I was glad he got it in easily because I was told the veins in my hand were too small for the plastic tube they leave in for the antibiotic IV & the lady messed up my other arm so we only had 1 option.

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We sat, I ate my tuna salad, not even 30 mins after the IV started I felt my scalp getting itchy, I was hot, my head especially forehead was pulsing like something was going to burst out of my head which concerned me with my incision. Bonnie looks at me & said, “you’re really red!” She jumped up, got a nurse. The nurse & Dr. come over & Dr. informs me I got Red Mans Syndrome. I said so If I’m having an allergic reaction now what do we do? He informed me it wasn’t an allergic reaction it’s something that can happen in patients with that antibiotic. Still no good in my opinion. So I ask how do we solve the problem & in the mean time can we stop the IV. Problem/solution. They decide to stop the IV for half an hr, give me Benadryl & Bonnie reminds them again about the pain meds. Finally some relief! Other nurses & EMT’s  come over to talk to us & even say I’m starting to look better. They start the IV again but this time at a very slow drip. 1 IV is suppose to take an hr.. The pace they had it dripping to stop me from having red mans syndrome took just over 6 hrs for 1 IV & they had to do IV’s every 12 hrs from the starting time, so every 6 hrs from that end time. Around midnight a mature female Dr. with a cool accent comes over to me & I ask when I’m going to be settled upstairs. She leaves to go find out. The person that takes your credit card for payment comes over. That’s $500! I said “Shit Bonnie we could of stayed at Shutters, lol.”  Guess the lady taking payment didn’t find it funny.  After more time passes & we’re both tired, the female Dr. with the accent wheels me into a temp room in the ER, out of the hallway. I start to fall asleep. At 1:30am I’m being transported & settled into my own room!  Bonnie goes home.  I fall asleep.  At 5:20am nurses come in about every 20 mins to take blood pressure, check temp, look at my incision, poke at it, take blood, take blood again.  9am a young female Dr. comes in turns on a light I can’t control by my remote, opens my window curtain, looks at my incision & pokes on it. Everyone asks if it hurts while they are poking. Of course it hurts especially after everyone pokes on it! She tells me that they are going to have to cut me open. I said “NO! Dr. Greco & Dr. Kim both said no cutting me, you are suppose to call Dr. Greco. His number is on the blue paper in my folder or I have it in my phone.”  She says “Well we’ll see what the other Dr. here thinks about that!” I said, “No you’re going to call my Dr. as instructed.”  She turns around to leave. I ask if she can close the curtain & turn off my light. She replied “people don’t sleep here.” As she was walking out I said “but sleep is important to the human body’s recovery.” Guess she didn’t care. I buzzed a nurse to come do it since I couldn’t.  I had an IV every 6am, 12pm, 6pm, 12am.

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Later that afternoon a nurse comes in & says the Dr. there tried to call my Dr. but there was no answer. I asked if they called the office there’s a Dr. on call as well. The nurse said yes, no answer, they were cutting me open.  She left the room. I knew they were flat out lying to me so I called the office myself & they gave me the on call Dr.’s number who quickly called me back.  I explained what was just said & happened. The on call Dr. from Dr. Greco’s office informed me that no one has tried to call her or Dr. Greco.  See I knew they were lying!  She told me not to let them open me up!  About 2hrs later the nurse comes in kind of humbled, nicer & says we’ll be starting your IV, first here’s your Benadryl, Percocet & they are not cutting you open.  She leaves the room & the Dr. on call at Dr. Greco’s calls me back to tell me she & Dr. Greco called the hospital & they had a conference about my case. I said “Well I knew you guys spoke to them because of how the nurse just acted towards me & said they will not be cutting.”  From that point on I had no more problems with them. It also got around that I’m an actress. One Dr. that came in was sympathetic & said “I feel so sorry for you, you’re an actress you can’t have skin cancer especially on your face.“ I said thank you. We chatted a little.  Some people are just nurturing/compassionate & some are not.

Well everything almost went smoothly. I couldn’t bend my right elbow because the IV running the antibiotic in my arm made it really sore so I wrote with my left hand. Glad my brother & I use to try to write with both hands & feet. My brother Na is left handed.  I’m right handed.  That Sat. night my right hand started to swell, my knuckles got blue from me having my hand lying down by my side for so long while the IV was running.  I had them stop the IV, we massaged my hand & elevated my arm. Bonnie came to visit me again that day.  Every time they gave me anything or did anything they scanned my hospital bracelet which made me finally say what I was thinking each time…”Who’s buying me? LOL, is he a nice billionaire, business/artsy, attractive, healthy & nice?”  Both the nurse & Bonnie laughed.

Sunday 8th came along, the nutritionist came to visit me because she thought I was only eating breakfast & told me I needed to eat.  I informed her I have been just not their food.  My friend Bonnie was bringing me food from Bristal Farms.  She asked what I ate & she said, wow you do eat healthy.  I smiled & didn’t mention the chocolate.  I hadn’t had a shower so I asked the care nurse who was male if they could get someone for me like the nurse who was female. She didn’t want to & guess the male nurse couldn’t. Somehow after going back & forth the male nurse talked to her & she agreed. Even if it’s a half ass shower where I can’t wash my hair, it feels so good! She started to open up a bit after that & was actually nice too.

Monday 9th, I was released from the hospital & given orders to go directly to Dr. Greco’s office he requested to see me & then go to the pharmacy to pick up my oral antibiotics.  It was another mature female Dr. who released me & she asked how my experience was. I was honest as I told her about certain experiences there & said “Honestly you’re guys lack of communication is disturbing. Luckily I had a friend with me & I was coherent but what if I wasn’t? The fact that your Dr.’s flat out lied to me & refused to call my Dr. is really messed up.  I’m glad everything got straightened out but it’s hard when you’re the patient needing care, in pain & having to deal with this mess on top of it.  I’m sorry, I wish I could say nicer things & some of your Dr.’s & nurses have been nice but this has been my worst experience at any hospital.”  She thanked me for my honesty & said she was sorry.

Dean & Bonnie had to work so my friend Jake came to get me at 9am. Thankfully all of the stops are a few blocks apart & on the way to my place.

                                                               RECOVERY

Dr. Greco comes in with another Dr. & says I hear you had a tough time this weekend. I said “Yep, not how I was expecting to spend my weekend.”  He told me he called over there & had a conference with the team there. I said, “I could tell instantly when that happened because everyone changed their tune with me.”  He looked at the incision said it was getting better. I asked about the part that was still swollen at the bottom of the incision, the hospital told me it was a pocket of puss & it needed to be milked out which is what nurses were doing & it was oozing out. He said it wasn’t puss, it was swollen & will go down. To come back on Oct. 1st.  The nurse came in & put bandages on it. Jake took me to the grocery store, my PO Box, he got Starbucks, over to CVS for my prescription & home!  That day I got 3 video auditions, the 1st one for voice over due that night. The others not due till the next week.  God has a plan & interesting timing. I’m still recovering. My taste buds got all funky due to the medication so my normal fish & veggies for a week on the new oral antibiotics tasted awful.  I actually ordered a pizza.

The 20th.  Dean & Bonnie came over to take out my trash for me again. Honestly I don’t know how I can ever thank them, a blessing to have them in my life.  26th I couldn’t take not working out anymore & laying in bed for so long makes you sore so I got on my treadmill, walked very slowly for 30 mins.. I checked my incision at 15 mins to make sure I wasn’t causing damage. I knew I needed to stretch but I still couldn’t lay with my head flat or do a roll down (lower my head) so I got 2 pillows to put under my head, layed on my back, bum against the wall, legs up on the wall then open legs up to a split position where gravity helps stretch you. I was disappointed with what I saw. I knew I would be tight but when you’re use to seeing your legs open to a full split on the wall like that & its just half of it, I knew it was just the start of reconditioning my body. I don’t like loosing my abs, but again I couldn’t lay flat to do crunches. I got creative first I did pregnant women Pilates 100’s where you stand to do them then thought about my pillows. I layed on my back with pillows propping my head again, did mini crunches head on pillow & up, I could do lower abs in this position but was stopping a lot making sure I didn’t contract my forehead because my incision/skin is still fusing together.  Did standing glute excercises, calf raises, no arms. Each day I could do a little more & started to incorporate arm, shoulder, back exercises with 1 pound weights.  I’m thankful for all of my fitness knowledge it helps in times like this.

Oct. 1st I saw Dr. Greco again. He informed me I have a few more months till it’s completely healed (like any incision/scar), keep wearing a band-aid in the middle of the scar (where they cut the cancer out) because it’s the area that’s healing. The upper & lower sections are further along.  He told me to massage the lower tip to help break up any scar tissue. I said “like breast implants.” He laughed & said yes.  He told me he would like to laser the scar in a month to go ahead & book it so, I booked it for Dec. just before the holidays because he said there would be some redness & possible swelling. Plus I scar well, when it’s healed, meaning you can hardly see one on my skin.  I know from all my other ones. Then I got another audition!  Woo hoo!

I’ve done a couple general meetings, scheduling more & thankfully the few people in the acting/entertainment industry that know have been really cool, supportive about the whole thing.  I even showed them pic’s., LOL! The scar & area around it has started to have little pains where the nerves are connecting which is a great sign for healing!  Oh I sent that nurse from Dr. Fisher’s office a Thank You card for referring me to the proper people for my MOH surgery.

Oct. 6th I had a great in person audition which wasn’t just great because I did well & had an audition (auditions are always gifts in my mind) but that I got to go, entertain the small number of people in that room, have fun, play, be where I feel happy & home. I love it!!!  I’m so grateful God has given me the gift/skills for acting so I can work. Think about it if I were doing things from my past ____, fitness, dance, aerial, I would be screwed because I wouldn’t be able to work for a lot longer! Acting I can & am!

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(Photo just before my audition Oct. 6th)

                                                        ER CHARGING WHAT?! 

***I’ve been checking my health insurance online to see what bills have been processed. The ER at UCLA Santa Monica is trying to charge $16,000 to my insurance, my responsibility $6,400. Remember this isn’t my surgery this is after. Now this is surprising since I had a note from my Doctor to admit me.  I paid the $500 admittance fee & was told I had to wait in the ER on a bed in the hall till a room upstairs became available. The hospital charge per day ranges from $225-435, my responsibility is $61-112 per day. The ER bill is not correct!!! I called the hospital billing to request a detailed breakdown of all charges for my entire stay both ER & hospital. I did this over a week ago & still haven’t received it. I only live a few blocks away so I’m going down there to the billing dept. on Oct. 7th (today) to get it in person. This way I can review it with all my records & take it to the proper people for handling.

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(Scar Oct. 6th, 5 weeks after surgery)

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(Pic. Oct. 6th)

ADVICE & INFO.

Always listen to your intuition, if anything shows up on your body that isn’t normal demand a test, scar or no scar! If you have surgery ask for an antibiotic to prevent infection & if you’re a female that’s prone to yeast infection when taking an antibiotic ask for a Diflucan when they prescribe the antibiotic but make sure you tell you’re Dr. any current medications or herbal supplements you’re taking.  When you can wash your hair get clarifying shampoo to help take the grease out that builds up from not being able to wash it. After much of the swelling went down my face & head started to peel so a good exfoliator like Clinique 7 day scrub for your face (not head) works great. It’s gentle & you’ll need to use it more than one day.  You never know what’s going on in someone else’s life.

“There are an estimated 2.8 million cases of BCC diagnosed in the US each year. In fact, it is the most frequently occurring form of all cancers. More than one out of every three new cancers are skin cancers, and the vast majority are BCCs. It shouldn’t be taken lightly: this skin cancer can be disfiguring if not treated promptly.” – http://www.skincancer.org/skin-cancer-information/basal-cell-carcinoma

Thanks for reading.

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(Photo just before my audition Oct. 6th)

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Pason met with CW TV Producer, President of 405 Productions Richard Joel

Actress Pason had a great meeting with Richard Joel who’s the Executive Producer and writer of CW TV game showOh Sit.” Richard Joel is also the President of 405 Productions.  Pason and Richard discussed upcoming projects for Film, TV, writing, mutual interests and goals they are working on. 405 Productions is a boutique television production company focused on the development and sale of original content for the domestic and international TV markets.  Richard Joel and his team are currently creating game shows and alternative formats, but don’t be surprised to see them in the Feature Film and the Scripted Television market as well. Let the creative energy flow!

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“Pason the Redhead Actress”

Pason met with Matthew Mancini!

Pason had a nice meeting with a smart, interesting, creative person Matthew Mancini. It was cool to hear about his industrial furniture design, game he’s developing, future restaurant, & two Pilots he’s writing. I’m loving general meetings!

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Memories of my Father

Memories of my Father written by Pason.

David Tenenbaum was the man I considered my father. He & my mom married each other 2 times, were married till I was 10, he never put me in harms way, he was a great business Jewish man, an Aries, the only person I spoke to from my past. He said I was a week old when he met me. My biological parents had gone to a David’s father-n-laws funeral. Mom and David’s wife where sitting talking & David’s wife wanted to hold me. David walked up and his wife said to him, “oh honey, lets have one! Just hold her. Please.” David, kept saying no, no, no. David had two daughters that didn’t live with him. Not long after, David’s wife was killed in a car accident. My parents divorce was final when I was 9 months old. David and my mom married when I was 3 yrs old, and little did he know that little infant he had said no, no, no & refused to hold would end up being his daughter forever. Like I say a redhead chooses you, you don’t choose them, lol.

While they were married David never treated Na (my whole brother) or I (Pason) any different from Shiloh. Shiloh was David’s 1st born son. Our house that my bio-dad gave my mom, which was filled with Victorian Antique Furniture & tiffany lamp burned the day Shiloh was born. David used the insurance money to buy land & build a new home.

We were spoiled! We celebrated Hanukkah and Christmas. We were raised Mormon (non-devout) & somewhat Jewish so Shiloh could decide which he wanted to be when he got older. David traveled a lot for business but showered us with gifts. At one point I had every Barbie and accessory made. When I set it all up to play with the Barbie’s, they would cover my room, on top of my bed down the hall into the living room. David would laugh when he would come home and it was time for me to put my Barbies away because I didn’t like to make multiple trips; I would gather up everything in one trip to the point that I couldn’t even see in front of me. Before David would leave for a business trip he would ask us what we wanted him to bring back. Every time he went to Florida, I would say a Seahorse! He would explain that they lived way down in the water, too far for him to get and would ask what else I would like. For some reason, I would say “smell good”. That was what I called mouth wash. I still don’t really know why I would ask for mouth wash maybe because he would bring me the travel size ones and I thought it was cute. He always brought us back toys and my “smell good”. We never asked for anything. On his way back from a Florida business trip he said he thought of the words Turkey Lips, started laughing & from that point on it’s what he called me. Turkey Lips!

He had a doom buggy for all of us to ride around in, eventually had it special painted with each of our names airbrushed on it. It was blue glitter paint. LOL! When he would come home from a business trip he would have my mom dress me in my Sunday best, he would get dressed up and he would take me to the better restaurants in town to show me how to order. I always looked forward to this! Though, I have never told him that.

David owned a pawn shop and flee market at one point. He and mom taught me at a young age about jewelry. Every girl and woman loves jewelry. They wanted me to be educated in the different stones, cut, colors, clarity, etc… Yes, this makes it hard for men now. David would design & have jewelry made as well. One day David had bought this cute, classy, simple, necklace for his daughter Jan who is only a year and a half older than me. Jan, denied the gift, which, David in turn gave to me. I was so excited!!! I still wear the necklace a lot! I have worn it since I was 6 yrs old. Every year for either my birthday or Christmas he would buy me a piece of jewelry and his rule was it had to have at least 1 diamond in it. He carried this tradition on till I was 21yrs old. I do believe the reason David made the tradition that I get one piece of jewelry per year for either Christmas or my birthday and it had to have at least one diamond in it is because my biological dad wouldn’t buy me anything for Christmas. My bio-dad always bought my brother gifts but for some reason not me. He had money. I would have to go over to our bio-dads house every year & watch my brother receive gifts which hurt deeply every time. After Na & I would leave mom would take us to the store & Na would return the gifts from our bio-dad, split the money with me or we would both get gifts at the store. I know there were times he really wanted to keep the gifts. Not many brothers would do something like this for their sister. One year as a teenager, it was the same ordeal, my brother received a gun cabinet. My mom was having a huge family Christmas dinner with over 50 people at our house & I told Na to keep the gift. He deserved it. I went to my room & was in tears. It was the last time I put myself threw that pain. I told mom I wasn’t going to anymore & she needed to figure out another way to get the child support check.

David called me every year on my Birthday as well on March 27th! I would call him on his April 5th for his birthday. My bio-dad didn’t even remember my birthday or how old I was. These are the reasons I believe David made the tradition with me, as a way to help me feel better & it did. I was special to him.

David was the only person that could control my mom when she lashed out at me. One time I was on the trampoline & had sat down when my mom came outside screaming at me that I was fat. I’ve never been chubby nor had baby fat. She just saw my skin on my abs folded, had one of her episodes & David pulled up. He grabbed her inside the house. I could see them yelling at each other threw the glass doors. He didn’t believe in arguing in front of kids. He brought her outside, told me to sit up straight, pointed out to her that I didn’t have a fat roll, explained to her about skin & made her apologize to me. My mom is physically beautiful but manic depressant/bi-polar.

Another of David’s business he dealt with exotic animals; mountain lions, cougars, blue foxes, monkeys, miniature deer, at one time a porky pine, and so on. He bought 194 acres on top of the mountain, built a big structure to keep the animals and bought each of us 4 wheelers to ride around the property. It was awesome! There was a lake on the property. He told us that we could each claim 5 acres as our own and I choose the clear piece of land across the lake that was sand stone. It had a stream that went from the lake across a part of the sand stone all the way off the mountain making a waterfall.

David, was also over Raccoon Mountain; where they had a cave, cave tours, camping, water slide, pool, go carts, hang gliding, video arcade, and a house on top of the arcade/gift store. We loved it there! We also had, pin ball machine, gumball machine, at one point I had 7 ponys, which I only saw once because mom freaked out to hear that David wanted me to take riding lessons so that I could be a jockey. LOL! He loved to gamble! I always had beautiful dresses “fluffy dresses” is what I called them.

When I was 10 yrs old they had divorced for the last time. I had to have a massive reconstructive, exploratory ear surgery on my right ear. They cut my whole ear off, down my neck & dissected my facial nerve. My bio-dad had dropped the insurance on me & my brother just before my surgery because he was mad at our mom & he refused to pay for even my prescription drugs. David was the one that gave her the money for my prescriptions. I was treated for an ear infection for 12 weeks while I was being sent to specialists, cat scans, etc… they were trying to figure out what was wrong. It never affected my hearing. My ear would bleed from the inside out & felt like a butcher knife was stabbing me in the side of the head over & over. They said I had an extra hole in my ear that was about to hit my facial nerve which is why they dissected it, did some other stuff, plastic surgeon came in & did a skin graft as well. I was in the hospital for a week before the surgery, few weeks after the surgery & then wearing my huge bandage spent time with David & his new wife at Raccoon Mtn.. My bio-dad ended up having to pay for the surgery which he said came to over $100,000. My bio-dad quickly added Na & I back to his health insurance after that.

David asked my mom to marry him a 3rd time. She asked if he was going to stop cheating (I learned about STD’s when in elementary school because my mom didn’t hold back information & I looked it up in the medical book we had) & if he would stop gambling. His answer was “Barbara, I am who I am.” She said she couldn’t live that way. I always gave him credit for being honest with her. When my mom re-married I refused to go to her wedding. Instead I stayed with David & his girlfriend. Always glad I made that choice.

It took David over 30 yrs. To track down his 1st daughter. Her mom had her & it’s a long story which isn’t mine to tell. He had a private investigator for that long to find out where & what happened to his daughter. How many fathers would do that?

First time he took us fishing he brought the fish home to gut & grill. I had a cat named Fruitcake at the time. I was outside watching him cut the heads off & as he cut one off, it landed on the ground where Fruitcake started to eat it. I was grossed out & started gagging so bad David told me to go inside. We had French glass doors, I was still watching threw the glass doors, gagging which made David gag to the point he couldn’t continue & he had to come inside. We always laughed about that story.

He was the one that got me to eat shrimp, oysters, crab, fish & he said it was important to eat a salad. Funny it’s still how I mostly eat. He loved jewelry. He built his own houses. Our house was modest because he told me rule in business is keep your overhead low & invest in your business. Which he did. He did things his way. He was a people person, outgoing, fun, safe, caring, stubburn. He had great calf muscles. He struggled with his weight but had a personal trainer for my mom. He always had nice cars. One year he bought a white Lexus & I made it a goal to own a Lexus when I grew up. Now I’ve owned 2. He had a cell phone when they first came out & CD player. He & I thought a lot alike. He loved to be married & was actually married 12 times, lol! He wasn’t perfect but to me he was a great guy & I’m so thankful that he was in my life.

When I was on tour, if I was performing a few hours away from where he was he would drive to me & take me to lunch. After he & my mom divorced he moved to Gulfport-Biloxi, MS. He drove almost every weekend from there to Ringgold, GA (close to Chattanooga, TN) to come see Shiloh. As a kid I thought, damn, my real dad only lives about 10 mins away & doesn’t make an effort to see us. We were not affectionate. He laughed & said the closest I ever got to anyone was one time he came home, sat on the couch, I walked over to him, climbed up on the couch, sat next to him, said hi, scooted off the couch & left. After I became an adult I finally understood & worked on my issue with hugging. A few years ago I finally gave him a hug just before he left after taking me to lunch.

He was a free spirit!

About a month ago he had surgery & they removed one of his toes. He went home, had a heart attack, back to the hospital & he had developed an infection in his blood they were trying to clear up before they could do heart surgery. At this time Shiloh & he went over arrangements. I had never heard or seen David cry till a phone call we had when all this was going on. He said he knew he wasn’t going to make it. I told him to rest & heal. He’s a strong man. He said he didn’t like making the arrangements. I said well I don’t think it’s something anyone wants to do but at least you’ve done it, let Shiloh handle things & let Jan help take care of him. A few weeks later he called & said he decided not to have the heart surgery. He was feeling better & he wanted to be able to live his life the way he was use to. I told him you have to do what you feel is best for you.

Our last conversation we spoke for over an hour & a half. He also apologized to me & said he was sorry that I went threw things I should had never been through especially after age 10. I told him it wasn’t his fault. He told me he loved me like his own. He said “I’m not just your father I would like for you to call me dad. Because I am both & have always been.” I love him! He kept his promise & didn’t let people know that we spoke for all these years. I blacklisted my bio-family in 2008 for good healthy reasons. He had me make 2 promises to him. 1. Stay focused on my acting career. 2. Marry someone nice & rich, lol! I will easily keep both promises. I wish I could of seen him one more time. Kept praying that he would heal completely. Our last conversation was fantastic.! I’ll miss calling him to tell him about business & hear about his but decided I’ll continue to tell him because I know he’s now watching over everyone.

He passed away in the morning on 8-25-2013 of a pulmonary embolism in Galveston, TX where he was living & owned a go Kart track.

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Memories of my Father.  Pason, David, Shiloh in the Doom Buggy.

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Pason and Adrian Ward Project Discussion

Actress Pason and Adrian Ward, SVP Entertainment Industries at Pacific Mercantile Bank met to discuss upcoming projects. Pason as Lead Actress in a new Feature Film, a few other projects and coming on board as a Producer. Pason says “I love meeting creative, smart people! What a treat!”

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Pason WIF MALIBU BREAKFAST: CRUCIAL COMMUNICATION: HOW TO GET THE INTERVIEW & CLOSE THE DEAL

Wonderful Women in Film (WIF) breakfast in beautiful Malibu, CA @ Chart House http://www.chart-house.com with stunning ocean view this morning. Guest Speakers:  Producer/Director & Former WIF Board member, and SPE Preferred Vendor, Deirdre DixHunt.

Panelist Included:
  • Charlotte Claiborne – Former VP Human Resources & Worldwide Recruitment for Sony Pictures Entertainment.
  • Kathy Sapp – Executive Producer, 20th Century Fox, “Judge Alex”.
  • Dr. Boogie – Hair/Makeup expert, currently styling talent for OWN Network. www.boogiesecrets.com
  • Xavier Salinas – Production Supervisor, “Intelligence” (new fall CBS TV series).
  • Navarelle Dabney – Director of Human Resources for ABM Industries, formerly Director of Recruitment for Turner Broadcasting.

Aaron Speiser’s http://www.aaronspeiser.com acting students (me) Pason http://www.imdb.me/pason, Mariana Anaya http://www.imdb.me/marianaanaya, Pamela Rebora http://www.imdb.me/pamelarebora and Recee St. Cyr gained great information and worked the networking!  It was a delight to speak with the panelist after and I made a few new friends/contacts:
Dianne O – Styling Director http://www.dianneo.com and Her wonder husband!
Kathy Bee – http://kathybee.com
Desiree – www.AnEmpoweredWoman.com
Laura Lewis – Attorney
Selise E Eiseman – SEE Films
Actor Jon Haugen

Thank you Candace Bowen http://www.wif.org/news/653-candace-bowen-celebrated for having this event. Allowing everyone stand up to introduce themselves, give us proper time to network, and I’ll see you at the 16th Annual Malibu Celebrity Gold Classic on July 13th! You’re a delight! http://www.wif.org/calendar/icalrepeat.detail/2013/07/13/839/-/wif-malibu-celebrity-golf-classic-2013 & http://www.wif.org/events/the-malibu-golf-classic If you like golf, come out and join us 🙂

Now that’s the way to start a day!

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Pason New Acting Reel

Pason acting reel, shows a fantastic range of characters from Bitchy Diva to Southern to Romantic to Heart Broken to Ditsy to Sultry – all in 2:39 minutes! 1st scene was in Newport Beach Film Festival ’12. Comedy, Horror, Soap Opera & Drama!

Click here to watch new Acting Reel: http://youtu.be/gOVOTC9fwAM

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Pason in Film Mindless, Video Clip

Pason plays Jessica, a young wife and mom who becomes heart broken when she suddenly looses her husband & infant son in a plane crash. People resort to extreme measures in hopes of gaining her estate. This dramatic film takes an interesting and loving twist.
Directed by : Daniel Medina Stanislawski, Produced by: Robert Arevalo

Click here for Video: http://youtu.be/z9DTNyy874U

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Pason Actress in Film Bloody Wedding Video Clip

Pason plays Tiffany the redhead, bitchy diva, step sister of bride to be in Feature Film Bloody Wedding. Bloody Wedding screened at the Newport Beach Film Festival ’12 and was chosen for Women in Film independent Screening Series. The wedding of a young bride’s dream goes to bloody hell when a blood lusting psychopath is bent on slicing the wedding guests before they cut the cake. Who invited that freak?
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Pason at Dances With Films Festival, Screening for Ophilia

Pason attended Dances with Films Festival at the Chinese Mann theater in Hollywood for screening of short film “Ophilia” directed by (Matteo Ribaudo), in competition for Best Short and Audience Award! http://www.danceswithfilms.com/slt_ophilia.html

It was a beautiful afternoon to see short films at the festival, hear what inspired the shorts, what each person is working on next and which shorts will be made into feature films. After the screening and the Q & A, we all gathered to chat more and take photos on the red carpet. It’s always great to see the final product, share the whole journey and experience with friends, people with the same interests. Actress Pason and Actor Jake Head in photo.

Matteo Ribaudo – Director / Writer (writer) / Producer / Editor
Scott Carrithers – Producer / Cinematographer
Edward Chiodo – Producer
Georgie Halali – Producer
Greg Caudill –Production Designer

Cast:
Patricia Rae – Actress, Executive Producer, recently in “The Big Wedding”
Jacob Head
Michelle Page
Jeff Staron
Tracy Carr
Burke McLain
Carolina Espiro
Vince Palmieri
Pason – Tinkerbell Costume

Ophilia IMDB link http://pro.imdb.com/title/tt2430360/

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Pason on Soap Operas

Pason receives great blog from Christopher Elam: http://christopherelam.blogspot.com/2013/05/pason-on-soap-operas.html
Pason on Soap Operas

“Clearly, I am inattentive at times. I know I read this news item from the fabulous Pason, but this excerpt only recently caught my attention:
[Mario Lopez] told me I have a great look and should be in Soap Opera’s. Hum, Mario you might be on to something. I hear my niche is comedy but would love to be in a Soap Opera!
And all I can say to this is “Yeah!” It wasn’t an idea that would have immediately occurred to me, but why not Pason on a soap opera? I know she would do a good job as a series regular on one of them. She has the “chops” (as they say) and can certainly come though on a tight shooting schedule. That’s really what you need on a show that films 5 days a week.
Oh, and in case you had forgotten, Pason would certainly fit in as far as glamour goes. I’m not saying she’s one of the most beautiful women in the world…OK, I am totally saying that. Would you mind seeing that face on your TV every day? Didn’t think so.
Pason tells me she has an updated demo reel coming soon. If you’d like to be able to see that ASAP, you should subscribe to her YouTube channel. It is a decision you won’t regret!”

Thank you Chris for this wonderful blog, insight & support!

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Pason in Film Mindless

Pason at Newport Beach Film Festival

Pason attended the Newport Beach Film Festival thursday night with friend Mariana Anaya. Movie Star Pason looked elegant and sexy wearing Herve Leger. Actresses Pason and Mariana Anaya are two of Aaron Speiser’s starlets. The night was full of fun on the red carpet, meeting great people, talking about films, upcoming projects, a truly fantastic Taylor Hicks performance, American Idol winner, premiere of Broadway Idiot about Billie Joe Armstrong A.K.A. Green Day, and some great food. See photos of Celebrity Pason on www.PasonActress.com/photos

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Pason Receives Encore Award!

Pason receives the Encore Award from The Actors Fund for showing extraordinary dedication & commitment to the performing arts!

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Pason in Horror Feature Film Bloody Wedding receive Great Review!

Pason & cast in Horror Feature Film Bloody Wedding receive great review! Directed by Robert Hoover, Produced by Patty Sharkey (Sharkey Films), Written by Patty Sharkey & Mike Merickel.

Stars: Pason, Jordan Bates, Brad Coffey, Kurt Finney, Marguerite Insolia, Kevin Kennedy, AJ Martin, Kate Murdoch, Mike Pfaff, Sandy Rhineberger, Armand Rouleau, Ryan Sulak and Tawny Young.

Received Great Reviews from http://hackedinthehead.blogspot.co.uk! Click Here to read more of this great review!
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Pason Film Bloody Wedding as Tiffany 2 Pason in Horror Feature Film Bloody Wedding receive Great Review!

Pason Interview & Career Transition into Acting ’13

Actress Pason Interview & Career Transition video. Actress Kay Aston interviews Pason & asks what steps she’s taken to make a successful transition into her mainstream Acting career. CLICK to watch: http://youtu.be/ORWMDfRE_Kg

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Pason in New Video!

Watch new video I’m in w photographer Dennis Trantham!
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IMDB: Most Popular People Born on March 27

IMDB: Most Popular People Born on March 27 (I’m #46 out of 845)
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Christopher Elam’s OWARI: Pason Is A Real Life Firestar

Redhead Superheroine Firestar, Pason: http://christopherelam.blogspot.com/2013/02/pason-is-real-life-firestar.html

Pason signed with Visionary Artists Talent Agency – Theatrical Representation

Exciting news! I just signed with Visionary Artists for Theatrical representation. Agent – Patty Vittoritto. Click on http://pasonactress.com/contact-agent/ for info..

Pason with Sheryl Underwood Host of “The Talk” CBS

Sheryl Underwood, host of “The Talk” on CBS, is a good friend of mine and I was excited that she invited me to come see her in action yesterday during 2 tapings of the show. It was also a delight to meet hosts Aisha Tyler, Julie Chen, Sara Gilbert, guest host Rita Wilson, guest host Beth Behrs, Special Guests George Lopez, and many more. Hey George remember when I was a pole dancing nun in a comedy skit for Lopez Tonight. Oh fun times! Sheryl is an inspiration & one of the best women I’ve ever had in my life. Thank you Sheryl.

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Pason and Sheryl Underwood

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Aaron Speiser Testimonial of Pason

Pason Interview & Career Transition into Acting ’13

Pason Acting Reel 2012

Pason Pole Dancing for Jesus on Lopez Tonight

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Pason Video w Photographer Dennis Trantham

Watch video I’m in w photographer Dennis Trantham!
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Pason Underwater Ballet Video

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Produced by Kevin J. Hynes / Ian S. Takahashi
Underwater photography by Ian S. Takahashi
Editing by Cameron Loewenstein.
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Song: “Lights” by Ellie Goulding (Bassnectar Remix)