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SCENE STUDY WITH TERRI VAUGHN

Blueprint 4 Hollywood Presents:   SCENE STUDY WITH TERRI VAUGHN
6 WEEKS OF CLASSES FOR $300 IN ADVANCE OR $350 AFTER AUGUST 16TH

CLASS DETAILS

AGE RANGE:  18 & up
DATE:  This will be a 6 week course, every Thursday, starting August 19th
TIME:  7:00 – 10:00pm  This class could go overtime so please be prepared to stay
LOCATION:  Blueprint 4 Hollywood, 8735 Dunwoody Place (North River Square), Suite 4, Atlanta (Sandy Springs area), GA 30519
REQUIREMENT:  one 2 minute monologue. 

THIS WILL BE AN INTENSIVE MASTER CLASS SO BRING YOUR “A” GAME AND BE PREPARED TO WORK!

REGISTER NOW!!  THIS CLASS IS LIMITED TO 20 STUDENTS!


TERRI J. VAUGHN BIO:
 Terri J. Vaughn has unapologetically entertained us on television more than ten years. First, she stole America’s heart with her lovable portrayal of Lovita Alizay Jenkins on “The Steve Harvey Show.” Vaughn confesses, “I loved playing a character that grew up in the ‘hood and who worked hard to be positive because it was very close to my own life.” After that, Vaughn made her way to UPN’s “All of Us.” With her fun, energetic and wise portrayal of Jonelle Abrams, she once again brought life and laughter to the small screen. Now she brings Renee, a sexy, sassy and hilarious nurse, to life on Tyler Perry’s Meet The Browns. But, before Vaughn ever had her first audition, she was growing up in a housing project in Hunter’s Point in San Francisco. Today, this woman is hell-bent on creating positive, inspirational experiences for other young women growing up in the projects. Out of her desire to give back to her community, in 1997, Vaughn started Take Wings Foundation. “We motivate, uplift and inspire young girls, 13 to18 years old, growing up in at risk communities and foster care, in the San Francisco Bay Area, to be positive, productive and successful. It’s truly amazing to watch them soar.”

From her first professional job in a 20-city tour of “Tellin’ it Like it Tiz” to her first sitcom role on the hit show “Living Single,” to a memorable turn as a single mother wrongly accused of abusing her child on “ER,” this San Francisco native has proven herself to be a talent to be reckoned with. Vaughn has been honored with three Image Awards for Outstanding Supporting Actress for her work on “The Steve Harvey Show,” and received a nomination for a 2005 BET Comedy Award for her work on “All of Us.” But this multi-faceted thespian doesn’t stop there; she was also nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for her work on “Soulfood,” as Eva Holly, a lesbian, who shocked Showtime viewers by passionately kissing Byrd (Malinda Williams), during her multi-episode guest arc on the groundbreaking series.

Included on Vaughn’s resume is the Tyler Perry film “Daddy’s Little Girls,” which also stars Gabrielle Union, Lou Gousset Jr. and Idris Elba. Vaughn gets to flex her acting chops as the bitchy Brenda. She can also be seen in the independent dramedy, “Dirty Laundry,” where Vaughn stars opposite Rockmond Dunbar, Loretta Devine and Jenifer Lewis and “3 Can Play That Game,” where Vaughn is hilarious, opposite Vivica A. Fox. Vaughn adds to her list of can-do’s, by producing and starring in the first film, under her and producing partner, Cas Siger’s production company, Nina Holiday Entertainment. “Angels Can’t Help But Laugh,” a documentary on black actresses and the climate of the business today. The piece has been uplifting and inspiring audiences in and out of the business.

Always smiling, unless she’s crying tears of happiness, Vaughn’s a girl from humble beginnings who tells everyone to “take wings.” Her infectious positive energy and altruistic spirit has enabled Terri J. Vaughn to soar right out of the projects and into the world of Hollywood.

REGISTER ONLINE AT www.blueprint4hollywood.com  or call us at 770-649-5663 to reserve a seat and pay when you arrive.

Blueprint Staff
www.blueprint4hollywood.com
770-649-5663

8735 Dunwoody Place (North River Square), Suite 4, Atlanta, GA 30350

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