Deborah Puette

Actress, writer, friend to spiders. Caught on a bramble somewhere near the Hollywood sign.

When you tell people you're an actor and writer, they usually have questions like these:

WHAT HAVE I SEEN YOU IN?

Sam Raimi's 3D blockbuster OZ The Great and Powerful and his pilot for Fox entitled Rake, NBC's Revolution (pic above), True Blood, The Office, Parks and Rec, Grey's Anatomy and more, at IMDb.

Lucky enough to know about the vibrant theater scene in L.A.? Then maybe you've seen me onstage.

CAN I WATCH ANY OF THAT?
Why yes. Yes you can. Below on the right are some videos from work I've done, including the trailer to a short film I recently wrote, produced and starred in entitled Cash for Gold (so far an official selection at the Hollywood Film Festival, Florida Film Festival and Sonoma International Film Festival. Hello, wine country.)


WHAT HAVE YOU WRITTEN??

A number of personal essays, some of which are published on this blog, and some of which you can catch me around town reading aloud for audiences. A short film called Cash for Gold (see above). A television pilot you haven't seen yet.

WHAT ELSE?
I'm a pretty good cook, a really good mom, and an irrepressible fidgeter.

Be my guest and look around as long as you'd like. I promise no pushy sales ladies will bug you.

I'm glad you're here.



Saturday, March 26, 2011

dangerous sport

*click on pic to enlarge*


LOS ANGELES TIMES CRITIC'S CHOICE

I go back and forth when it comes to reading reviews. But when they're good, they often get sent to me by someone I love who wants to share the nice news. That was the case with this from the Los Angeles Times on "The Eccentricities of a Nightingale".

Most important: in the review it says, "Under Damaso Rodriguez's direction, ------."  Ain't that the truth. Damaso encouraged and nurtured the very thing that this reviewer decided to call "fearlessness"--he's the real deal, and I am so lucky and glad to have worked on this with him.

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