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STANDISH: You're executive producer of upcoming movie "Cinderella's Curse", can you tell us more


SCOTT: Yes, we made the movie last year and it is coming up for its release in a few months. It is a nod toward CARRIE.


STANDISH: How did you prepare for your role as "Richard" in the movie "Chicken"?


SCOTT: It was actually a theatre play before a movie. So, I was lucky enough to be able to work on the role for some time during the theatre run in London. When I then reprised the role for film I worked a lot more on the voice, the movements etc. I watched a lot of documentaries with children on the spectrum and tried to find the most accurate way to perform the role.  


STANDISH: Out of the movies you have acted in which was the most exciting role?


SCOTT: For sure Chicken! I was spoilt with that being my first lead role. I then went on to think everything would be as challenging and fun.. With acting I like to really ACT. So, CHICKEN was a truly special role. 


STANDISH: You've produced so many movies in such a short amount of time. How did you manage your time so well?


SCOTT: I do not have a social life! I work extremely hard, and no matter what time of the day or night - I will always reply. I am addicted to it. I absolutely love what I do and my determination to be successful drives this. I set myself goals and I ensure I meet them.. or somewhere close!

STANDISH: Which of your upcoming projects are you most nervous for critics to review?


SCOTT: I don't really care about critics to be totally honest. They don't make me nervous what so ever. I think with films such as Winnie they were always going to be spoken in a negative light, people want to hate! These films are not made for critics so I have no interest in seeing what they have to say. 


STANDISH: Being able to play as "Ian McKellen", how did it feel knowing you landed that role?


SCOTT: It was incredibly exciting. What a legend!! I was over the moon to get the role, and to play someone as amazing as Ian!


STANDISH: What are a few things you do during your busy schedule to relax?


SCOTT: Hmm.. Watch movies! I love going to the cinema, going to the gym, shopping.. Generic fun stuff. 


STANDISH: Which film location was the most difficult to navigate, why?


SCOTT: They all have their challenges because you are working on a shoe string budget (mostly) and so you are constantly dealing with the hosts moaning and complaining! Shooting in the woods is always hard because the British weather is unpredictable, and finding places for general things can be hard such as; toilet, someone to keep dry, keep warm etc..

STANDISH: When acting do you prefer the full length or short films best, why?


SCOTT: Feature for sure! I like to go on a full journey with a character showing a full beginning, middle and end. You do not get to always do that on short films due to the time you get to play the role. 


STANDISH: What would be your dream role to land?


SCOTT: Something similar to American Pyscho. I want to play someone who is super unhinged and layered - difficult roles excite me. 


STANDISH: Are there any specific people you would enjoy the chance to work with or alongside?


SCOTT: Not really. Famous people don't really do much for me. I am mostly interested in working with nice people. Personality is everything to me. I want to work with people that don't bring drama to set!


STANDISH: Do you have any advice for people who aspire to work in the film industry?


SCOTT: Work hard. Don't be lazy. Don't go into this job expecting everything to come on a plate and be easy. This industry is tough and to make it you need to go for it. Don't wait for the phone to ring - just go for it!


STANDISH: "Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey" went viral. How do you feel about it becoming so big?


SCOTT: It was crazy! It was what I had been leading toward - I wanted this to happen. I had been making a load of clickbait movies in hope one would pop. I was excited but also wish I had the budget to have made the movie what we truly wanted. However - it now has opened the doors to great opportunities and that was the plan all along. 

STANDISH: What inspired you to do what you do today? What keeps pushing you further?


SCOTT: My love for horror film is truly what keeps me going. There is not a specific person or project, it is the determination to succeed and do well. 


STANDISH: What was your experience like on the set of Doctor Jekyll?


SCOTT: It was a fun shoot! I got to work with Joe Stephenson again and I absolutely love working with him. 


STANDISH: What are your social links?


scottchambers_ / insta

scottjeffreyproducer / insta

scott_jchambers / x


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"ROSS TREGENZA"


Let's get into some questions...


STANDISH: You were the music composer for the new horror video game "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre", how'd you land that role & how does it feel being apart of that amazing legacy?


ROSS: It still feels like a dream! I’ve been a horror nerd since my early teens, so I was absolutely delighted to be part of the franchise’s history - what horror fan wouldn’t be!? It came about through my job as composer/audio director at games company Sumo Digital. We split our time making original games and working with publishers on existing licenses. In this case, it was the Kentucky based company Gun Interactive, who had secured the rights to Texas Chain Saw, and needed a developer to make the game. Fast forward 4 years, and we’ve released it and it’s been a huge success, which makes me so happy. My soundtrack for it was released on vinyl too, which was a bonus! It’s certainly the craziest score I’ve composed - it used screams, pigs, aztec death whistle, bones, shaking metal and more - it was a hell of a lot of fun.

STANDISH: You were music composer for video game "Deathloop" in 2021, tell us how you landed this role?


ROSS: I got my Deathloop gig through a series of connections from previous games - primarily due to my composing for the game Wolfenstein: Youngblood, and the contacts I made through that game. Writing for Deathloop was amazing fun - it required a blend of 70s psych rock, industrial music and Jazz - exactly the kind of crazy challenge I love! We got a BAFTA nomination for that soundtrack too, which was pretty wild. Bucket list moment for sure!


STANDISH: You were music composer for video game "Crysis" in 2007, can you tell us more?


ROSS: Actually for the Crysis games, barring a bit of very occasional music, I was primarily working on the sound. Those games were a lot of fun - wildly inventive sound design. There’s very few things as much fun as designing the sound for futuristic weapons. You can really go nuts! 


STANDISH: You did sound work on video game "Aliens vs. Predator" in 2010, how'd you land this awesome gig?


ROSS: That was earlier in my career (about 2009 I think) and like you say, a really awesome opportunity. The great things about working on established franchises like that is that you get to play with original source material. Listening to the source sounds for the Xenomorph aliens was so cool. They recorded sounds of pigs and then scratched vinyl records of them to create those amazing alien screams - really inventive stuff. 


STANDISH: You were music composer for video game "Team Sonic Racing", how's it feel to be apart of the "Sonic" legacy?


ROSS: It was the lure of Sonic that enticed me to join the company Sumo Digital, which at the time had just opened a new office in Nottingham, UK. Again, I was primarily working on sound design for that game, with Japanese SEGA composer Jun Senuoe writing and sourcing the key music. Some crazy stuff on that soundtrack - some songs got to a tempo above 300BPM! To counterpoint it though, we needed some chilled music for the story mode, so I wrote that content - kinda dreamy, happy Sega inspired tunes - a polar opposite the horror stuff I write most of them for sure. Amazing to be part of Sonic’s legacy! It doesn’t get much more iconic when it comes to video games.


STANDISH: Tell us a little about your overall mission, Ross -


ROSS: I’ve had some great opportunities over the years and I’m very proud of my work. I think what I hope to keep bringing to the table is a spirit of adventure and experimentation. Video games can sometimes be a little conservative when it comes to their soundtracks so I think it’s good to have composers trying fresh ideas and pushing game music to be as varied and fun as possible. We’re at a great point with it in the industry now, there’s a wealth of exciting composers making wonderful varied music. 


STANDISH: If you could compose any video game, which would it be?


ROSS: Oooh that’s a tricky one! GTA would obviously be amazing, as it’s huge and crazy game. Mortal Combat would be another one I’d love to do. I feel like I’d love to writer some dark electronic music for it. Overall though, pretty much any new game I work on always has something about it that’s exciting to me as a composer. Having said that, if I composed purely for horror for the rest of my life, I’d be a happy chap!


STANDISH: What's been your favorite project thus far? Do you prefer a certain genre of video game?


ROSS: It has to be The Texas Chain Saw Massacre - I was given a huge amount of creative freedom, and it was really rewarding to push myself and write the wildest music of my career. There certainly is something about horror games that’s particularly fun to write for, but I think anything edgy or fantastical has a lot of merit. The opportunity to go a little nuts is what I always want!

STANDISH: What can we look forward to in the future from you?


ROSS: More games! More crazy soundtracks! Maybe some work on films too - it’d be really cool to compose for a horror movie. I have more games coming out that I’ve written music for, but the game’s industry is very hush hush, so I can’t discuss them yet - sorry to be a tease!


STANDISH: Where do you see yourself in 5 years?


ROSS: Working on games and obsessing about synths probably, the same as right now! I’m very happy with the work I do, and if I’m still composing for games at age 100, that’s totally fine with me. In terms of self improvement, I don’t think you can every stop learning when it comes to music, which is part of the joy of it. To that end I’ll try and always keep learning and growing.


STANDISH: Who are some of your mentors?


ROSS: I was lucky to meet an awesome dude called Graeme Norgate when I was younger and became friends. Graeme was already a much loved game composer, having composed for games like Goldeneye, Timesplitters, Killer Instinct and more. I learnt a lot of from him in those early days and I’ve always been hugely grateful.

In terms of people who’ve inspired me, composers like Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross, Nick Cave and Warren Ellis, Johann Johannsen, and Clint Mansell have been core influences on my sound. And Bowie! I’ve always loved Bowie, and everything about his personality and his music has inspired my work.


STANDISH: During COVID, we all faced struggles, what was one of your main struggles?


ROSS: Weirdly, while COVID was an awful time in terms of the devastation it caused, and not seeing friends and family, it was a very important time for me as a composer. It gave me time to dig in and work crazy hard, and up my skills and my commitment to life as a composer. Post lockdown, I’m obviously spending more time with friends and family again, but I try to make sure I’m always working hard on music, or looking for new work.


STANDISH: Where can fans find your work?


ROSS: Come chat to me on social media! I’m friendly and love talking music and games. You can check out my website at www.rosstregenza.com, or find me on twitter, instagram, threads or YouTube - just google my name. I have a weird last name, which makes it easier to find me! Also, you can listen to some of my game soundtracks on Spotify, and other misc tracks and albums I’ve released.


STANDISH: Anything you'd like to include/say here?


ROSS: Just a thank you to the games and horror fan communities for their amazing support, they’re awesome! And if anyone reading this is thinking of getting into composing for games, GO FOR IT! There’s a huge amount of tutorials and info online (including my own YouTube), so give it a go.


STANDISH: What are your social links?


TWITTER:

https://twitter.com/rosstregenza

FACEBOOK:

https://www.facebook.com/tregenzacomposer

INSTAGRAM:

https://www.instagram.com/tregenza_music

OFFICIAL WEBSITE:

https://www.rosstregenza.com/

SPOTIFY:

https://open.spotify.com/artist/6HflbefVbX8UiRy4MRq7cd?si=S1lKdUSMR-aMpQtNZXo_AQ

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"PRODUCER 20"!

"20 personalized exclusive questions for 20! Call it 20 for 20 w/ Standish913!" - Standish


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STANDISH: Encore named you top 2% in producers, I know you work hard, how's it feel knowing things are all coming together?

20: It's dope to know that all my efforts and years that it took to get here is surely getting here & finally being noticed and seen that I really been out here working! Top 2% is dope, it's a nice lil flex lol.


STANDISH: You produced "Walker Texas Ranger", "XXL", and more for DaBaby, how'd you land these & did you know they'd take off the way they have?

20: How did I land those placements? I was working with DaBaby when he was Baby Jesus and technically we are located in the Carolina area and state Charlotte, NC. I was working out of audiobox studios where he came to record some of his sessions; On top of the fact that I knew 1/2 of his manager Carter from South Coast Music Group years before I met him.

STANDISH: As you know, I interviewed Lil Man J a few months ago, tell us how you and J first met...

20: When I first met Lil Man J (which I call him LMJ) we didn't clique instantly, lol he was 17 at the time. But I met him at Maximus Studios in a session with engineer Khasciense and artist Chris Hendrix when they were doin' a song together called "Soul of Fire".


STANDISH: With that being said, Lil Man J's newest hit "Poppin Out" is produced by you, where'd you get the inspiration for this vibe?

20: Honestly, I made that with the expectation of giving that to a memphis artist, but instead I played it for J at the studio and he gravitated towards it instantly. Plus, LMJ hooks are very catchy so I seen no problem lettin' him jump on the record.


STANDISH: You produced "Pull Up" for Lil Keed, how'd you land this?

20: I landed the "Pull Up" record with Jetson Made it, it was our first time meeting each other and we made that beat right on the spot together. Further down the timeline he called me and told me we got one and the record brought Lil Uzi outta retirement. Shout out to Jetson Made It


STANDISH: What would you say makes Eliot Bhor so special to you for your projects?

20: The fact that he's humble and I instantly gravitate to his guitar skills. It has a hint of Spanish tones and still manages to capture emotion in its skill and is what I admire.


STANDISH: If you could work with one artist, who would it be?

20: Future, all because of the fact he is the first I seen start from the grind and take it completely to mainstream success. I've watched from 16 to now through my brother's tie with the dungeon family. 


STANDISH: Tell us a little about your overall mission, 20 -

20: My mission was always to set out and prove a point that I could do it. Lil brother had to step in for big brother and make way for myself and show my kids that consistency and focus with sacrifices does reward you, and as a dad not returning back empty handed.


STANDISH: Out of all the projects you've done thus far, what's been your favorite?

20: "Blank Blank" with DaBaby. It was no real pressure to be great, just the vibe of 2 people working to be heard.


STANDISH: How old were you when you first realized you wanted to do what you do today?

20: 16 years old.


STANDISH: Where do you find your motivation to be great?

20: In knowing that I dont have a plan B.. this is my plan A,B,C and D.


STANDISH: What can we look forward to in the future from you?

20: AiRBNBeats Retreats for producers to grow, not just with music but mentally and socially, with confidence and a foundation of like minded peers.

STANDISH: Where do you see yourself in 5 years from now?

20: On an Island with a beautiful model “preferably one that has been at least on Vogue”. Sippin on strong drinks with a blew chew in my hand and playing with her with my time in the sunshine lol.


STANDISH: Being in this crazy busy industry, what does 20 find a relaxing day as?

20: A day I can sit down pay attention to nature without a phone or expectations to go anywhere.


STANDISH: Who are some of your mentors?

20: Mentors are anyone with knowledge and wisdom. I watch everyone from the homeless to the rich, and take bits and pieces from what inspires me about that person or about how that knowledge can help me.


STANDISH: During COVID, we all faced struggles, what was one of your main struggles?

20: Being at home, while at the peak of my career not being able to move outside


STANDISH: What advice would you give upcoming creatives like yourself?

20: Learn numbers, learn how to negotiate, learn true value, and learn to not to take things personal (unless IT WAS PERSONAL).


STANDISH: Where can fans find your beats?

20: By reaching to me personally, serious inquiries only.


STANDISH: Anything you'd like to include?

20: Nope lol Just learn the laws of attraction.


STANDISH: What are your social links?

20: Igot20onmybeat on all plaforms except facebook that's Producer20

Instagram.com/IGOT20ONMYBEAT

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"RICHARD JOHN WALTERS"

Richard John Walters is an American film and television actor, best known for playing Harry Warden in the 2009 horror film, My Bloody Valentine 3D.

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Let's get into some questions...


STANDISH: You played "Harry Warden" in 2009's "My Bloody Valentine", how did you land that role? How long did it take to film?


RICHARD: I went to LA from 2001 to 2006 and then when I came home to Pittsburgh I was called in for an audition with the director Patrick lussier. SAG calls this a local hire.

STANDISH: With that being said, what's it feel like to continue the MBV legacy?


RICHARD: It's awesome. It's an honor. People are still interested in it. Some people like the original better, other people like our "reimagining" better. Some people like them both.



STANDISH: You played "Paul" In 2023's "Valentine Bluffs", how'd you land this role?


RICHARD: They called me on the phone. And I told him I was interested, and it was a go. They were filming in New Jersey and were only an hour away when I was living in New Jersey.



STANDISH: You were an addition for "Frankenstein's Monster" in "Van Helsing", can you tell us more?


RICHARD: I was a stand-in for the Frankenstein on Van helsing. One of the scenes which took place in the carriage they had a mic on me and I got a credit for it. I'm actually not sure if I'm in that scene or not. They can do what they want in the editing room. Also, I was the CGI for Mr Hyde when he battles van helsing. I remember doing movement on a set with Hugh Jackman.



STANDISH: Tell us a little about your overall mission, Richard -


RICHARD: A couple of years ago I moved to New Jersey and I wanted to get into comedy and performing music on my guitar. That move did not work out for me, and I'm back home in Pittsburgh now. I'm playing my guitar and would like to do some performing. I want to start doing some more acting. The Horricon circuit has picked up for me in the last couple years.



STANDISH: How does it feel to be such an inspiration in the Horror community?


RICHARD: It's great. I love to talk to people. Like I say, it's great that people remember the movie and are still watching it. It's great to be identified with "The Miner".



STANDISH: I see that you're an attorney, can you tell us more about this?


RICHARD: Officially, I'm retired. But, it was one I went to law school that I first became interested in acting. I was very shy about speaking up in class and participating and I vowed never to feel that powerless again. So when I was done with law school and became an attorney I began to do community theater and commercials.



STANDISH: What can we look forward to in the future from you?


RICHARD: I want to try to perform musically like sing country, really like John Prine. I'd like to start auditioning again to get some movie roles.



STANDISH: Where do you see yourself in 5 years from now?


RICHARD: Playing guitar doing some acting, doing some Horrorcons, and taking it easy.



STANDISH: Who are some of your mentors?


RICHARD: There's a local actor around here in Pittsburgh his name is Marty Giles, and there's an acting teacher, a method guy, he took lessons from Sandy Meisner, his name is Steven Black.



STANDISH: During COVID, we all faced struggles, what was one of your main struggles?


RICHARD: I was trying to transition to a new career, and a new residence, I moved out of state to new jersey. I think the timing was bad and it didn't work out. I was smoking a ton of marijuana and struggling with some mental health issues. I'm back to being straight and sober and just taking it one day at a time now.



STANDISH: Where can fans find your work?


RICHARD: IMDB has a list of my stuff. This is my demo reel:

https://youtu.be/E6dC8TiVzgs?si=pC9uhoqdNT2Ai9kv

at my YouTube channel @rjwesquire, you should be able to find my videos. 



STANDISH: Anything you'd like to include?


RICHARD: Don't be afraid to contact me or friend me on facebook, I know it's old-fashioned but I'm an old dinosaur anyway @rjwesquire


Also today is the 16th anniversary of My Bloody Valentine 3D opening in theaters!



STANDISH: What are your social links?


RICHARD: @rjwesquire for Facebook YouTube and Instagram

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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Marilyn Ghigliotti Who Plays "Veronica" In Kevin Smith's "CLERKS", "CLERKS 3", "Jay & Silent Bob: REBOOT" Sits Down With Standish...

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"MARILYN GHIGLIOTTI"!
Started acting in New Jersey, getting her start in the local 
community theater circuit, where she eventually auditioned for her first independent film titled Clerks, which became a cult classic in 1994. She decided to make the important move to Los Angeles in 1997 to further a career in film, where she continued to make connections and appeared in many other indie films of many genres. She also has many credits as a hair and makeup artist, as 
well as producer credits in the entertainment industry. Her most recent work is reprising her role as Veronica in Clerks 3 and has directed her first short film titled A Mother’s Love, which is making it’s rounds in film festivals, and has won Best Woman filmmaker at the 2023 Chandler Film 
Festival.
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STANDISH: You played "Veronica" in Kevin Smith's "Clerks" & "Clerks 3" films, how did you land these roles?

MARILYN: I had been doing community theater in the central Jersey area and had heard that a kid, their words not mine, was making a film and was holding auditions at one of the theaters I had done shows at. After my audition, Kevin did call me not too long after the audition and asked for me to come down to the conveinience store and pick up the script as he liked what I did. He wanted to make sure I felt comfortable with the dialog before committing to the role. I took it home and read while at the salon between clients and actually loved the script, the role, the humor, so I was in.


STANDISH: How does it feel to be in such a cult classic like "Clerks" & would you say that it opened doors for your future?

MARILYN: Well to this day it's still a surreal experience to have had the film create such a buzz and become what it did. As to whether it opened doors? Well people know who I am, but it hasn't really opened up the roles being offered to me. I do have a great manager and have been auditioning quite a bit, but not landing the role is on me. And there are a million reasons of why I'm not booking the role that probably have nothing to do with me. It's a tough business.


STANDISH: What was the atmosphere like being on set at "Jay & Silent Bob: Reboot"?

MARILYN: That was a crazy whirlwind shoot for me. I believe I didn't know I was going to be there till a week prior. I flew in, arrived in the afternoon, met up with the rest of the Clerks gang. Was a difficult time for me, as that morning my dad had been taken to the hospital and wasn't doing well, so I was a bit preoccupied. But the guys were all there for me, especially Brian. I got up the next morning, did my own hair and makeup for the scene, then we all headed for approval on our hair, makeup and wardrobe. Was fun to be on a film set again with the gang. We checked out the sets where they weren't shooting. I was just fun to hang around as they shot until they were ready to do the reunion scene, which took all of 5 sec on the screen but took about 2 hours or so to set up and shoot. After we were done, we were able to watch everyone else come in and do their cameos from the back, while we also watched the editor working on the scene we just did to have us be in black and white with the color around us. It was exciting to see what we eventually were going to see on the screen being made in front of us and to have the insight that we wouldn't be able to reveal to anyone. We stayed all through out the night till the next morning when they wrapped. I knew I didn't want to just leave. I loved being on the set, even if I wasn't doing anything but watching. I don't remember exactly what time it was, maybe 5 in the morning when they had wrapped and I had an early flight back to LA. I went to my hotel room, packed up the little I brought with me, took a 15 min nap and out the door to catch my flight.
STANDISH: Out of all of your credits, which has been your favorite?

MARILYN: I don't like to pick favorites with anything in my life. Choosing a role over all the others, is like making a mother choose their favorite child. Thankfully I only have 1, but I do have 2 grandchildren and I will love them both equally. But in saying that, all the roles I've had, have something different that I enjoyed because they all played into different parts of my emotions and heart. I purposly sought out different roles, characters and genres too work in and show range by challenging myself. 


STANDISH: What can we look forward to in the future from you?

MARILYN: As of right now, I wonder the same thing. It's been a challenging few years, between the lockdown and the strikes. It's been difficult to get new things happening. This year marks the 30 year Anniversary of Clerks, so I'm looking forward to hopefully get to many cities and attend conventions to meet the fans that have stood behind us for so long and made us what we are. And I'm just feeling old after 30 years. lol 


STANDISH: Where do you see yourself in 5 years from now?

MARILYN: At my age, hard to really answer that question the same way as when I was young. I certainly hope to continue being an actor and hopefully finally making a living as one. Otherwise, i'll have to re-evalate life.


STANDISH: In this busy industry, what's a relaxing day to Marilyn look like?

MARILYN: like to relax in front of a small or big screen and watch what I love, film and shows. Otherwise, it's trying to spend time with family. Only, they don't live where I live, so it makes it difficult to do that. But I can't say that I really have relaxing days as the hussle is real.


STANDISH: If you could play one role, any role today, what would it be?

MARILYN: I no longer know the answer to that question. When I was younger I longed to play the role of Alais in A Lion in Winter, which I almost did. But at the time I was offered the role, I was also offered a role in Same Time Next Year, a bigger role in a cast of 2. So I had to see the bigger picture. But at this point in my life, almost any role will do. On a popular TV series would be great.


STANDISH: Who are some of your mentors?

MARILYN: There are many actors that I have admired, but honestly don't feel I can call them mentors unless I actually had direct access to them.


STANDISH: During COVID, we all faced struggles, what was one of your main struggles?

MARILYN: Honestly, I kind of enjoyed the quiet time. Because of the government help, I didn't struggle financially as badly as I usually have. But I was dealing with some medical issues before that so I was hoping that the time off would only help in with the healing process. Some of it healed or got better to deal, but unfortunately some of it has been a process.


STANDISH: What advice would you give to another upcoming creative like yourself?

MARILYN: This is a difficult one to answer as it will be different for many reasons depending on the person as well. But the one thing would be to be absolutely certain and know if it's something you have to do and can't see anything else for yourself. It's not an easy business Be ready for lots of rejection, struggle and perseverance. And train in some way, so that you know what it is that your're doing.


STANDISH: Where can fans find your work?

MARILYN: Much of the films I've worked on are on Amazon Prime have also done a few audiobooks listed on Audible.


STANDISH: What are your social links?

MARILYN: I can be found on Instagram, FB and X-twitter
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