Charissa J Adams
Sweet and innocent on the outside. Spunk and spitfire underneath.
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VOTING ENDS MAY 15TH AT MIDNIGHT!
Thank you for going on this journey with me to be on The Reel Deal!
Here is my first callback audition video:
Here is my second callback audition video:
Here is my personality video:
A little bit about me?
Although I grew up in Seattle, at the age of 16 my parents moved with me to Madrid, Spain. That was quite an adventure as a teenager! At first, I thought it’d be really cool, then I found that learning a new language and not fitting in would be a challenge. In the end, however, it was one of the most rewarding experiences of my life and I wouldn’t trade it for the world!
I loved living abroad so much that after I graduated from college (back in Seattle at Seattle Pacific University), I decided to move to Prague, Czech Republic, where I taught English for over a year, as well as, acted and directed for some international theatres there. (It’s also where I met my husband!)
Other interesting things?
- I weld! I learned to weld in college when I became the Master Carpenter for the Theatre Department.
- Yes, I have played, Annie in “Annie.” And, no, I will not sing “Tomorrow” for you.
- I once stuck 39 pencils in my hair.
- OH! …And I LOVE SHAKESPEARE!!! (Did I say that already?) I am currently half-way through reading the Complete Works and aim to be finished by the time The Reel Deal is filmed!
As for acting(the highlights):
One of my favorite, most meaningful, jobs I ever had was acting for the Taproot Theatre Road Company, performing bullying and harassment prevention plays for tens of thousands of students all over the Northwest.
My first co-star role was on Leverage on TNT(filmed in Portland) where I played an Agent with the Department of Fish and Wildlife… and I got to catch the bad-guy!
The first film I was ever in was a part of the Seattle 48 Hour Film Project, which is A LOT like The Reel Deal. It was called, “The Belgian Pretzel”, and won 5 awards that year, including Best Film and Best Acting.
Whelp, that’s it for now. Thanks for joining me in this ride!