'Take your work seriously, but never yourself'.
I trained for over fourteen years with some of the greatest acting teachers in London and LA.
You can see what I've done here: http://www.imdb.me/emmapyne
A short film I wrote, produced and starred in scooped every award it was nominated for at the 2017 FASH Film Festival n LA: Best screenplay,(me) Best director, Best score, Best producer,(me) and Best Actress (me again!) #winning
My film ANGELS ON TAP also starring Ed Asner, Jamie Farr and Marion Ross, directed by Trudy Sargent and written by Burt Prelutsky of M*A*SH is now available on Amazon Prime.
You can see the trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lnJ1uYPP8l4
The short film that I wrote produced and starred in, 'Cúl an Tī', directed by Stuart Douglas won BEST DIRECTOR at The Dublin Independent Film Festival in 2019 and is still doing the festival circuit even now.
Eejit is an endearing Irish word for someone who acts the fool or doesn't mind making a fool of themselves. It can also be used as an insult but usually only if it has the word "f**ckin" in front of it. And even then, in Ireland that could still be a compliment depending on your tone of voice. We like to pepper our conversation with profanities but we don't see this as bad language, it just means we like you. And anyway, all bad words sound better with an Irish accent.
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