November Actors of the Month
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Frances Li hit the ground running this year with an amazing recurring guest star booking on FX’s Fleishman is in Trouble starring Jesse Eisenberg, Clare Danes, Lizzy Caplan and Adam Brody that she landed just weeks after signing. She’ll also appear in a soon to be released fan favorite show from Starz!.
Frances previously starred in the indie short film House Call, which is currently making the festival circuit, premiering at ScreamFest LA “the Sundance of Horror,” honorable mention at Global Shorts LA, and an official selection of Tokyo International.
In addition to acting, Frances has a busy modeling career for fashion and beauty brands such as Cole Haan and Valentino Beauty.
A west coast native, Frances now spends most of her time in New York City where she trained at William Esper Studio’s two year Meisner program. She has two cats, Miles and Edward, who she thinks might be the sweetest boys in all of New York. Her unique blend of Chinese and Polish, as well as her amazing timing and range between drama and comedy, are beguiling to watch. Can't wait to see more of her work in 2023!
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Tammy-Anne Fortuin has had a very busy year jumping from film to film, and several commercials in between. This multi-talented, South African-born actor and filmmaker can soon be seen in four new movies: “Love is Brewing”, “Cheer Drama Murder”, “High School Revenge” and “How to Make her Cheat”. She is equally skilled at voice-over work with several productions under her belt, most notably, the 2022 narrative-podcast on Audible “The Prophecy” starring Kerry Washington and Laurence Fishburne, and Spotify’s “Electric Easy” starring Kesha. Tammy holds a BFA degree in filmmaking from the New York Film Academy (Los Angeles), and is an acting conservatory graduate from the same institution (New York). She’s anchored her own award-winning cooking show and lifestyle entertainment programs for South African television, and when she’s not in front of the camera here in the US, she’s produced music videos for the likes of The Black Eyed Peas, and directed her own independent short films which have scooped up several awards and nominations. Tammy continues to work based primarily from Los Angeles, and describes herself as a performer who loves great stories, good food and people.