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Our casting source said, “He personally went through head shots and when the girls were called in to ‘read,’ he was there in the meeting.It was odd for the star of a movie to do so, but at the time he was single and I guess he needed a date.” The casting sessions/blind dates went well enough.Fan of Hemingway Tamara Feldman was born in Wichita, Kansas. Growing up, she became smitten with celebrities like Richard Greico and Brad Pit. Among her favorites books are Antoine de Saint Exupery's “The Little Prince,” Ernest Hemingway's “The Old Man and The Sea” and Tom Robbins' “Still Life with a Woodpecker.” She also enjoys watching her favorite movies, which includes “The Girl on the Bridge,” “I Heart Huckabees” and “Breakfast at Tiffany's.” Dirty Sexy Money “Looking back, I knew I wanted to act.I don't think I ever knew it was an option for me though until much later.Willis “started dating both Tamara and Emma but obviously, Emma eventually won out,” the source said.[From The NY Post] It sounds like Internet dating but with the added advantage that the entire pool is full of beautiful young women.I was living in San Francisco and I took an acting class for fun. I moved down and his sister and her husband helped me out with a couple meetings and eventually I just found my own way.” Tamara Feldman Tamara Feldman made her television debut as Kyla Willowbrook in a 2002 episode of “Smallville” called “Skinwalker.” She resurfaced two years later with guest spots in “Like Family” and “Jake 2.0” and with an important role in the short film “Geldersma,” which was directed and written by actor/producer Joseph Mc Kelheer. Feldman was cast as Marybeth in director Adam Green’s “Hatchet,” which debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 27, 2006.My teacher, Matt Shelton, told me that he thought I was really good and should move to LA as soon as possible. Following a guest appearance on the CBS popular show “CSI: NY,” Feldman made her TV movie debut in Touchstone Television's “Romy and Michele: In the Beginning” (2005), a comedy set in 1987 starring Katherine Heigl and Alexandra Breckenridge. The horror film won three Audience Awards, including one for Best Picture, and two Jury Prizes at the 2006 Austin Fantastic Fest.
Background: “I would say that the biggest inspiration would be Adam Green. We've been told it was coming out, then it wasn't coming out.On the small screen, the actress portrayed Poppy Lifton in a single episode of “Gossip Girl” titled “The Serena Also Rises.” Recently, the fan of Casey Affleck and Audrey Hepburn completed filming “Echelon Conspiracy” (2009), an action film from director Greg Marcks.The film stars Shane West, Edward Burns and Martin Sheen.It was going to go straight to video, then it wasn't even going to video. All through it, the only reason 'Hatchet' is going to do anything is because Adam won't take no for an answer. He's so grassroots and I think that's the biggest thing is to not sit around and wait for someone to hand something to you.
You've got to just go after it and make it happen and be fearless.She also starred in “Rez Bomb,” a romantic thriller directed and written by Steven Lewis Simpson.