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    fall
is upon us
Marlane Barnes  
in collaboration with Defining Artists Agency
and Consortium Entertainment announces

           
Television:

 

Look for her to recur as Diosa Norte's sweetheart, Sandy, in Sons of Anarchy Season 7, Episode 3: "Playing with Monsters." 
 







She also appears alongside Paula Malcomson in Ray Donovan Season 2, Episode 12:"Volcheck." 

First aired Sunday, Sept 14th at 9 ET/PT on Showtime. 


Marlane arrives September 4th 2014 at the 
Sons of Anarchy Season Seven Premiere 
at Grauman's Chinese Theatre




            Film: 
      Beginning Monday, September 15th 

Marlane stars in Holocaust role-play film How to Make It to the Promised Land  premiering on Short of the Week, a leading online platform devoted to discovering and promoting innovative short films and filmmakers.

Look for it to also be featured as Short of the Month on the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival website and on their YouTube Channel starting October 1st. 

Click the pic to watch a 1:45 clip reel!  >>>
        



        

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AdMNlo5oiiE


Outreach:

 

Marlane appeared on the Hallmark Channel's Home and Family Show as a volunteer for Best Friends Animal Society to talk about the value of fostering dogs and cats in the fight to achieve both a no-kill Los Angeles and no-kill nation.

Check out the article on Dogtipper that gets more specific about her foster work!


Click the pic for a behind the scenes clip! >>>





Theatre:
 
 
Marlane has been invited to join as a guest actor for the LA branch of Fresh Produce'd, a collaborative company committed to producing new work from talented playwrights and directors. 

Follow her on Twitter @MarlaneBarnes for dates and times!






This summer Marlane participated in the Hollywood Fringe Festival, writing and performing the solo piece Tommy Cash as part of a larger work HOME with the Mixtape Theatre Company, a University of Texas alumni group.  

          Praise for "Tommy Cash":

"Marlane Barnes was the standout in this show – she’s electric on-stage, and a very good writer as well (I believe she wrote her material – lost the program!). Overall there was a lot to like."

- James Robinson Hollywood Fringe Certified Reviewer
 








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