Summer Diaries of an Actress: My Acting Destiny

by indiaautry

As my supporters have been pointing out, a lot of exciting things are happening for me. The Hollywood Reporter featured actor Michael Christoforo said it best: “Your journey is hitting a turbo boost.”

Besides being mistaken for Halle…


Auditions, Bookings & Productions

I recently auditioned for a recurring role on a new LA episodic, “The Adventures of Velvet Prozak.”

I booked a role in a trailer for a pilot, “Taking E.N.Y.” being pitched to major cable networks by Ice-T, executive producer! I also booked a featured role in a comedic web series called “My New Roommate.” I’m excited for all the filming coming up next week.

I was invited to audition for the role of a posh socialite for a spec commercial and offered roles in comedic web series by the College Cooking Network, production coming up this fall.

I booked the part of sassy, opinionated Brenda in “Falling (A Love Story)” through one audition – no callback necessary. At the end of the audition, the director said, “I don’t usually say this, but you will be getting a call from us. You’re exactly what we envisioned for this role.” Sure enough, I got the booking confirmation.

Building a Top-Notch Team

I’m now working with internationally renowned acting teacher Anthony Abeson, who taught with Lee Strasberg! I auditioned and was accepted into his class, full of students booking top roles on primetime TV & film. His most famous student yet is Jennifer Aniston. Here’s to giving this gorgeous, brilliant actress a run for her money!


Check out my new IMDB bio.

Out on the Town

I saw the socially important “Fruitvale Station” at the Angelika and cried my eyes out. Another night, I ran into hot boy band One Direction during a late-night outing in the Meatpacking District.

I attended Mike Blejer’s hilarious comedy podcast, “Malignant Brain Humor,” featuring comedic writers such as late-night show writer Myq Kaplan.

Dream Role

I would play an Arabian princess in a Cinderella-style rags to riches story with a sociopolitical bent. My prince charming? The Gos.