Emo teen chatting
R: Tell us a little bit about yourself and how you got into acting?
H: I started acting at the age of four because I loved to play dress up. My mom submitted my photo to a couple of talent agencies and a month later, I acquired representation by LA Talent/LA Models. R: Tell us about your up and coming TV movie “Adventures in Babysitting” and about your character Emily Cooper.
Soon thereafter, I hit the audition world and that same year, I booked an international Disney commercial where I played *drumroll* …. H: Adventures in Babysitting is the 100th Disney Channel Original movie. It’s inspired by the 80’s hit, Adventures in Babysitting.
H: My manager sent me the audition and the breakdown.When I read the description of the role, I felt that it was right up my alley because I had recently worked on a short film about Multiple Sclerosis titled Venom Therapy, in which I played a frustrated, emo teen.Wardrobe dept, for that film had given me some of the coolest emo threads so I immediately fell in love with the role of Emily Cooper.Written by: Jill Sheets Recently, I had the honor of interview talented actress Nikki Hahn.
She started her acting career at the age of 4 and her credits are moving at a wonderful rate.I gave casting at Disney my best interpretation of the role and hoped that it was what writer Tiffany Paulsen (Nancy Drew) Director John Schultz (Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer) and exec.