A 50-year-old actress tries to make a comeback in Hollywood ... and it nearly kills her. A story of life, love, addiction, and redemption.
Judy Dixon   website
Judy Dixon was born in Los Angeles, and as a child and teenager worked as an actor and dancer, appearing in numerous television commercials, music videos and theatre productions. Judy studied acting at the Beverly Hills Playhouse and honed her improv skills at Second City.
After high school, Judy moved to New York City where she studied with renowned acting coach Susan Batson, and took her first stab at stand-up. Judy has performed at numerous local NYC and LA comedy clubs. She has written and performed in plays Off-Off-Broadway, and co-founded a popular improv troupe, New Word Order, which performed to sold-out shows at college venues.
Judy co-starred in the 2005 Sundance Film Festival Selection and 2004 CineVegas Jury Award winning independent feature film THE TALENT GIVEN US and received rave reviews including The New York Times and Variety.
Judy just wrapped on two independent feature films the romantic comedy COFFEE DATE with Jonathan Silverman and Sally Kirkland; and MONKEY MAN directed by Billy Joseph.
As a stand-up comic, Judy has been asked to perform at the inaugural 2006 Hawaii International Comedy Festival in Honolulu, HI. Currently, Judy co-produces and performs at a weekly Friday night stand-up showcase “Coconuts@ Mixed Nuts” at LA’s premier multi-cultural comedy club Mixed Nuts in Los Angeles, CA. Visit her website at www.judydixon.com
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