All posts by "Kelly Calabrese"

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Smiling, energetic, driven... Kelly Calabrese lives each day as a creative spirit. She began performing in children's theatre at the age of 7 and takes ongoing acting classes in NYC. She studied improv at The People's Improv Theater (The PIT NYC), performed on their house team, appeared in many comedy sketches, independent short films, and has written her own one woman murder mystery called "Wasn't Me." In addition to acting, Kelly received a BA in Creative Writing from Binghamton University as well as a BA in Psychology. Currently, Kelly is a spokesperson for AT&T, and an on-camera host for NYCastings.com and Hollyscoop TV. She interviews celebrities while learning how to NOT trip on the red carpet.
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It’s not AS complicated as you’d think, and totally worth it! All the world’s a stage… yet what does it take to get your act Off-Broadway? The answer can be ...
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Launching a career takes a steady burst of momentum, and the best way to get to the top – is to learn how the acting biz is built from the ...
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My definition of bliss? Watching Michael C. Hall perform in, well… anything! As an actor, he has a way of conveying many layers with a subtle yet dynamic energy. And ...