Photo update from LA LA land


My hostest with the mostest, Natasha!


My precious…


Kick-ass lady, new soul-sister, producer of the celebrity improv show last night and daughter l’extraordinaire of my wonderful mentor Gary Austin, Audrey Moore.


The improv show last night “Gary Austin and Famed Friends” at The Groundlings. Twas awesome. On centre stage is Gary Austin himself, far left is Helen Hunt (whose hand I shook much to my tremendous and very un-cool excitement.)


Natasha and I inside the Groundlings Theatre.


Much to my delight, at interval I heard a cry of “Jenny!” and turned around to see fellow improviser Craig, whom I met at last year’s improv retreat in New York. Reunited with my onstage husband! Lovely!


More of the show. I was so inspired and excited, I felt like very improviser does when they see a great show: the desire to JUMP UP WITH THEM!


A lovely lady I met backstage, who, as it turns out, played a part in one of my favourite movies EVER from my high school days, “Overboard!” Have you guys seen that movie? Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell are adorable. Now I wanna go see it all over again!

I’ve lost count of the number of celeb encounter stories I’ve heard since I got here. The reality that EVERYBODY in LA is in showbiz certainly seems to ring true thus far. As does horrifying traffic.

My training starts in ernest tomorrow. And I am chomping at the bit.

Stay tuned!

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  1. Laurel
    July 19, 2011

    i DIG your eyeliner. is it pencil. i just can’t get it right myself.

  2. July 19, 2011

    Ooh thanks!! I honestly have no idea what I’m doing, it is pencil. I’m actually going to get lessons on how to properly apply it from Natasha’s housemate who is a pro make-up artist here! Will let you know if I get any good insider tips! xx

  3. July 19, 2011

    Great to live this trip through you. Are you doing lots of Hollywood-style air kissing Mwah Mwah…? I wonder who you’ll meet next… My Mum once served Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton in the chemist where she worked and also sold Roger Moore some Ribena when he had a bad cold (she worked in a town called Elstree where there used to be a big UK film studio!).

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