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Hollywood, U.S.A. – Canadian born, award-winning actress Susie Oliver hosted one of Canada’s biggest Live Comedy venues Yuk Yuks before she traveled to Hollywood, California in 2005 where she made her Hollywood debut at the World Famous Comedy Store. A native from Cobourg Ontario, she honed her acting skills with the Second City Troupe and subsequently has won multiple awards between Toronto and New York including Best Actress of the Year and Best Actress in a Dramatic Role in her graduate year at Toronto School of Arts.
Ms. Oliver has now been officially signed to a major three picture deal with Kris Lamans Productions, LLC. /Pearl Records Group and Filmworks, two of Hollywood’s top film production companies nested comfortably at NBC/Universal Towers. After being vetted by top Hollywood talent scouts, Ms. Oliver is officially set to star in the upcoming films, ‘Heat on the Delta’, ‘The Bangkok 6′, and a groundbreaking Hollywood picture that will be mentioned later in this official announcement.
In addition to the screenplays, Ms. Oliver will co-host a hot new celebrity television series, “Soul of American Music”, produced by Kris Lamans Productions, LLC., Soul Productions Entertainment and Pearl Records Group and Filmworks Corp. with confirmed distribution through LRT/Ingrooves/Fontana/Universal Pictures.
In speaking with Kris Lamans, President/CEO/Executive Producer of KLP/PRG Films, he said this about Susie Oliver, “I met Susie Oliver at the Sundance Film Festival when she was interviewing me and my staff on the red carpet of the popular festival. I was so impressed with her exuberance and gorgeous look particularly after having experienced her quick witty questions; I was convinced that she would be perfect to star in “Heat on the Delta” and other exciting projects of Kris Lamans Productions, LLC.”
In her journey to Hollywood, Oliver transformed from stage to big screen with two Warner Bros pictures. Then, after an intense 2-year stint at 2 prestigious films schools in L.A., the actress launched Mystic Moon Entertainment Inc. in 2010, hosting both television & feature divisions. Now with dual citizenship, MME is a vehicle for the filmmaker in ventures as an actress and screenwriter and acts in collaboration in production for both domestic & international rewards.
As a producer and actress, Ms. Oliver is currently underway a major U.S. marketing campaign in relation to her major film roles secured in association with KLP, LLC. and Mystic Moon Entertainment her personal loan out company. In addition, Ms. Oliver is currently working as a co-screen writer with Executive Producer, Kris Lamans, in writing the current script in development ‘The Crowning Glory’, a film based on the story of Eric Root, famed hairdresser to the stars, and his relationship with screen goddess, Lana Turner.
Ms. Oliver is set to star in major roles in all three films set to be produced by Kris Lamans Productions, LLC. /Pearl Records Group and Filmworks with descriptions to follow. In Heat on the Delta, she is set to star in the lead role of Primrose, an English born New Yorker who finds strength in standing up to the evils of bigotry and prejudice in her small town during the time period of segregation in America.
The Crowning Glory is about two celebrities, Lana Turner, a beautiful, charming, sensuous and talented screen goddess and Eric Root, a handsome charming Hollywood Hair Designer for the Stars in Hollywood, California.
Inspired by a true life story, Bangkok 6 tells the story of Dr. Shirley McGreal, a woman who risked everything, including her life to put a stop to a deadly, corrupt animal trader with the humanitarian hope of ultimately saving animals around the world. Bangkok 6 is an original screen play written by Susie Oliver and Kevin Bernhardt (Peaceful Warrior).
In a recent interview with Ms. Oliver regarding her feelings on her recently acquired 3 picture deal, she expressed: “I am honored to be a part of such a meaningful and valuable storytelling journey in these classic films. I can only aspire to use my art to make a positive difference in our world.”
Image Courtesy of Susie Oliver