My classes are geared toward the actor who wants to work in film and television. I studied with renowned acting coach Roy London for twelve years. Roy loved the intimacy afforded by the camera. His techniques taught the actor to make highly personal choices that made their humanity shine through and made their work riveting. In my own teaching, I have added techniques inspired by the work of Sanford Meisner. I have found that his exercises are a fantastic way to give an actor the ability to live truthfully in the moment--an ability that the camera loves."--Jamie Rose
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Jamie Rose made her professional debut at the age of six portraying "Little Girl #2" in the series Green Acres, where she appeared alongside television luminary "Arnold The Pig". Since then, she has worked with many highly respected actors including: Peter Falk, Rip Torn, Danny Aiello, Sally Field, Calista Flockhart, Angela Lansbury, Jane Wyman, and Lana Turner among others. Her many TV appearances include starring roles in the series Falcon Crest and Lady Blue, and recurring characters in St. Elsewhere, and Chicago Hope. She also had the pleasure of being one of Johnny Carson's guests on The Tonight Show. Favorite film credits include Tightrope with Clint Eastwood, Heartbreakers with Peter Coyote, and the cult favorite Chopper Chicks In Zombie Town with Billy Bob Thorton. Recently she played the mother of Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen in the family film Holiday In The Sun, co-starred in the television films: Terminal, Lying Eyes, A Secret Life, and the Hallmark channel's Murder 101, and guest-starred in N.Y.P.D. Blue, The Court, Dragnet, ER, and Cold Case. L.A. theater credits include Room Service at the Pasadena Playhouse, Detachments at the Tiffany, and Shim Chong at the Getty Center. Watch for Jamie this Fall co-starring with Janine Turner in the Lifetime TV movie, Primal Doubt, and in May on Two and a Half Men.
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