23RD ANNUAL INTERCONTINENTAL AN EVENING WITH
POSITIVITY, INNOCENCE AND INTELLIGENCE
RNAT IO NA L PAGE AN T MS. VI ET NA M BE AU TY IN TE
HOLLYWOOD WEEKLY 1
A LETTER FROM
PUBLISHER/EDITOR IN CHIEF Prather Jackson
VICE PRESIDENT Bernice Harris Michael D. Coxson
In the August edition of Hollywood Weekly,
interview of Kristine Thao Lam, CEO
MANAGING EDITOR Prather Jackson
of Ms. Vietnam Beauty International Pageant. Women have always been a
MARKETING & SALES Launy Rhem
force to be reckoned with throughout history. They have gone above and beyond what is expected, and more often than not, they rise to the occasion
when met with adversity to overcome. Kristine Thao Lam is such a lady. Read the entire article, written by award-winning Nitara Osborne and featured inside this issue. As we are in the midst of the summer concert-season, we are pleased to take you behind the scenes at several celebrity-packed parties and summer concerts happening around America. We began with Rascal Flatts as they celebrate their 17th single “Yours if You Want it.” Rascal Flatts is an American country music trio that features Gary LeVox, Jay
AFRICA OPERATIONS Egor Efiok Award Winning Filmmaker & Director General Of Callywood Studios +447932399204 / +2348063167990 ASIA OPERATIONS Joyce Penas Pilarsky HWM Asia Ambassador Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Bench Bello HWM Asia Operations Email: email@example.com Mobile: +639273895559
DeMarcus and Joe Rooney, formed in Columbus, Ohio. And for you Lenny Kravitz fans, you got to check out the 23rd Intercontinental Miami Make-A-Wish Ball, slated for November 4, 2017. Studio Movie Grill (SNG) is having a blast showing Girls Trip across the country, especially at Chicago’s SMG Chatham that’s really showing how a film and food combo can be, especially when the ladies are in
ASSOCIATE EDITOR Anthony Ewart MUSIC EDITOR Dick Michaels LIFE & STYLE EDITOR Niki Shadrow-Snyder
the house. We are also excited to showcase “BMI CONVERSATIONS” with
RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT Alberto Arellano
WEB DESIGNER Howard Chan ART DIRECTOR & GRAPHIC DESIGNER Karina Pacheco CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS Viktorija Pashuta
producer/songwriter and music supervisor Rodney Jerkins. And finally, Los Angeles is in full heat with this month’s local theater
PRODUCTION MANAGER Hector Santacruz
burning up with a diverse assortment of hot new shows. Be sure to view our exclusive, “LA Theatre Beat” calendar of events.
Prather Jackon Prather Jackson
VP CORPORATE ACCOUNTS STRATEGY & PLANNING Rudy Germany DISTRIBUTORS NEWSWAYS DISTRIBUTORS GOLD KEY MEDIA NEWS INFLIGHT, INC
KEEP UP WITH HOLLYWOOD WEEKLY AT: www.hollywoodweeklymagazine.com FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: @hollywoodweeklymagazine (323) 456-5004
“BMI CONVERSATIONS” WITH PRODUCER/SONGWRITER/MUSIC SUPERVISOR RODNEY JERKINS IN LOS ANGELES
KRISTINE THAO LAM
MS. VIETNAM BEAUTY INTERNATIONAL PAGEANT
RASCAL FLATTS 14 CELEBRATES 17TH #1 SINGLE, “YOURS IF YOU WANT IT”
THE BALANCED AND ENLIGHTENED ENTREPRENEUR
STUDIO MOVIE GRILL
LADIES PACKED THE HOUSE IN SOUTH CHICAGO, HIGHEST ATTENDANCE IN HISTORY AT SMG CHATHAM
23RD ANNUAL INTERCONTINENTAL EVENING HOLLYWOOD WEEKLY 3
omen have always been a force to be reckoned with throughout history. They have gone above and beyond what is expected, and more often than not, they rise to the occasion when met with adversity to overcome. Kristine Thao Lam is such a lady. She would have to be. She is not only the C.EO. of the Ms. Vietnam Beauty International Pageant, but she is also its founder. This competition is well-respected and has earned the trust of its contestants.
What inspired Kristine to create this beauty pageant, in the first place, is that she wanted to make it known to the world just how beautiful and intelligent Vietnamese women are, and she has definitely proven this in more ways than one. Before pursuing her entrepreneurship goals, she entered her first beauty pageant herself for Mrs. Vietnam Global. She found that she had a great deal of love and support from her family.
IO NA L PAGE AN T AT RN TE IN TY AU BE M NA M S. VI ET
4 HOLLYWOOD WEEKLY
Actor Doan Thanh Tai and Kristine are pairing up with Kristine with many projects and he is also the host of Ms. Vietnam Beauty International Pageant.
COVER CREDIT: Photo: Huy Khiem (714) 925-2610 Make-ups: Travis Vu (714) 715-8138 Fashion: Jacky Tai (714) 722-8287
HOLLYWOOD WEEKLY 5
“California State Senator Joel Anderson acknowledges Kristine’s hard work and dedication with a Recognition Certificate Of Achievement.”
Because Kristine was supported by her loved ones, she was motivated to make an impact in the world that would bring awareness about Vietnamese women participating in beauty pageants. Finding a need and creating a solution to fulfill that need is exactly what an entrepreneur does. She was well on her way to evolving into a successful business woman with a mindset like that. “My first pageant experience was when I was crowned Mrs. Vietnam Global 2015 in the United States. It was the best experience. And it was an experience of a lifetime,” says the beauty pageant winner turned C.E.O. Within that same competition, she was competing with over 50 contestants from all over the globe on American soil, and at first that overwhelmed her and made her feel a little lost. However, she pulled upon her experience of being “on the stage” as a singer and actress, and used those talents to her advantage. She made the decision to do her personal best, and was fortunate enough with her beauty and talent to bring home the crown.
6 HOLLYWOOD WEEKLY
Actor Tri Quang is one of Kristine’s partner on screen!
This beautiful and relentless pageant winner took on the challenges of creating her own beauty pageant with the same optimistic attitude. As with any business endeavor, trials and tribulations are going to be part of the journey. Of course, those pursuing their goals and dreams are told that these experiences are put on their path as lessons and tests in persistence. Sometimes those lessons are blurred by the tears, pain, and frustration.
“The obstacles I faced when building the Ms. Vietnam Beauty International Pageant were with certain people. They hated me. They tried to break me, they spread rumors, and slandered my organization,” Kristine reflects. She had to prove to the world that her vision mattered and that it was going to come to fruition. Her vision for the Ms. Vietnam Beauty International Pageant was built with “faith, virtue, and mind to showcase Vietnamese beauty and culture.”
THOSE PURSUING THEIR GOALS AND DREAMS ARE TOLD THAT THESE EXPERIENCES ARE PUT ON THEIR PATH AS LESSONS AND TESTS IN PERSISTENCE. SOMETIMES THOSE LESSONS ARE BLURRED BY THE TEARS, PAIN, AND FRUSTRATION.
HOLLYWOOD WEEKLY 7
ACTOR TRI QUANG IS ONE OF KRISTINEâ€™S PARTNER ON SCREEN!
8 HOLLYWOOD WEEKLY
KRISTINE IS ALWAYS IN THE LATEST TREND FOR HER APPEARANCE.
FINDING A NEED AND CREATING A SOLUTION TO FULFILL THAT NEED IS EXACTLY WHAT AN ENTREPRENEUR DOES. SHE WAS WELL ON HER WAY TO EVOLVING INTO A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS WOMAN WITH A MINDSET LIKE THAT.
When asked about similarities between American and Vietnamese women, Kristine spoke from her heart when she said, “No matter if we’re American women or Vietnamese women, we all have blood running throughout our bodies and we all shed tears when we’re sad.”
HOW TRUE IS THAT? This is the humanity of the world; we have so much in common, but it is the differences that oftentimes separate people from one another. This is one of the bridges that Kristine would like to build between Vietnam and the United States. She desires her pageant to be inclusive of all women and she is very welcoming of a variety of cultures. She has recently become very active within the Vietnamese community here in the United States. More specifically, the Ms. Vietnam Beauty International Pageant was just held in California as recent as May of 2017, and there will also be another one on December 2nd of this year at the Saigon Performing Arts Center in Fountain Valley, California.
To study the success of such a phenomenal woman would leave anyone in awe. She literally started the Ms. Vietnam Beauty International Pageant in March of 2016. Within a year, C.E.O Kristine is taking the world by storm by venturing across continents and cultures to build both an inclusive and culturally diverse brand with her pageant.
10 HOLLYWOOD WEEKLY
When prodded for what advice would she lend to female business owners based upon her success, she replied, “To be who you are and to remain focused on your vision, and have open arms to help others. What you’ll give, is what you’ll get.” Not everyone sees entrepreneurs as givers, but quite often that is exactly who they are. Kristine has spearheaded this pageant and has brought awareness to the world about Vietnamese women that might have not ever had an opportunity to have the light shine on their greatness and beauty. The reputation, prestige, and the professionalism of this competition has created an opportunity to attract Vietnamese women from all over the world. Anyone who is fortunate enough to win the crown from Kristine Thao Lam’s beauty competition is proud of their achievement, and should rightfully be. She has created opportunities for females to dream and imagine outside of themselves. What better gift to share with others than the freedom to create possibilities in their minds that later materialize into their lives? Positively impacting others changes hearts and causes paradigm shifts. This is what this ambitious C.E.O has been able to share with the world. The more one learns about Kristine Thao Lam, the more one is drawn not only to her beauty and grace, but towards her authenticity to help lift others to greatness because she sees it within them before they are even able to see it within themselves.
KRISTINE IS PAIRED UP WITH ACTOR PHAM THANH WITH THEIR LATEST PROJECT.
HOLLYWOOD WEEKLY 11
12 HOLLYWOOD WEEKLY
HOLLYWOOD WEEKLY 13
Celebrates 17th #1 Single,
“Yours If You Want It” Rascal Flatts Night To Shine Las Vegas Oct 13, 2017 Fri 8:00 PM PDT Venetian Theatre at The Venetian Las Vegas
14 HOLLYWOOD WEEKLY
ascal Flatts is an American country music trio formed in Columbus, Ohio in 1999. It is composed of Gary LeVox, his second cousin Jay DeMarcus and Joe Don Rooney. DeMarcus is also a brother-in-law of country music singer James Otto, and formerly one-half of the Christian music duo East to West. From 2000 to 2010, they recorded for Disney Music Group’s Lyric Street Records. While on that label, they released seven albums, all of which have been certified platinum or higher by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). In order of release, these albums are Rascal Flatts (2000), Melt (2002), Feels Like Today (2004), Me and My Gang (2006), Still Feels Good (2007), Greatest
Hits Volume 1 (2008) and Unstoppable (2009). After Lyric Street closed in 2010, they moved to Big Machine Records, for which they have released four albums and one Christmas album: Nothing Like This (2010), Changed (2012), Rewind (2014), The Greatest Gift of All (2016), and Back to Us (2017). Their studio albums have accounted for more than 25 singles, of which 14 have reached No. 1 on Billboard Hot Country Songs and/or Country Airplay. Their longest-lasting No. 1 single, a cover of Marcus Hummon’s “Bless the Broken Road”, spent five weeks in that position in 2005. In 2005–06, “What Hurts the Most” was No. 1 on both the Hot Country Songs and Adult Contemporary charts, and peaked at No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Norm Wedderburn, Shareef Malnik, & Robert Hill5
ake-A-Wish® Southern Florida and InterContinental® Miami are proud to announce GRAMMY® Awardwinning artist Lenny Kravitz as headliner of the 23rd annual InterContinental® Miami Make-AWish® Ball on Saturday, November 4, 2017. Regarded as one of the preeminent rock musicians of our time and selling over 40 million albums worldwide, Kravitz has transcended genre, style, race and class into a 20-year musical career. Actress and filmmaker Gabrielle Anwar will return as celebrity emcee of The Ball, which is chaired by philanthropist Shareef Malnik. The theme of this year’s ball is Mystical Music Box inspired by enchantment, fantasy and art. More than 900 guests will be welcomed to the star-studded fundraiser by Shareef Malnik, Board Chairman of Make-AWish® Southern Florida, Gala Chair of the InterContinental® Miami Make-A-Wish® Ball, and proprietor of The Forge Restaurant | Wine Bar; Robert Hill, Gala Host and General Manager of InterContinental® Miami; and Norman Wedderburn, President and CEO of Make-A-Wish® Southern Florida – the trio affectionately known as the “Three Amigos.” Guests in attendance will include prominent business leaders, notable philanthropists, fashion mavens, socialites and jetsetters with a common goal of raising funds for Make-A-Wish® Southern Florida, which grants the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions. The grand evening is made possible with the generous support of the Chairman’s Challenge Society: Shareef Malnik & Gabrielle Anwar, Stuart Miller, The Lennar Foundation, Marshall Ames, Richard Polidori, Todd & Kim Glaser, The
16 HOLLYWOOD WEEKLY
Jordan Zimmerman Family Foundation, Geert-Jan & Joyce Bakker, Jim & Sue Oppenheimer, Randy & Barbara Ann Frankel Foundation, UNCS - Brett Rose & Jerry Gutierrez, The Learning Experience/The Weissman Family, Braman Family Foundation, Wayne & Cynthia Boich, Eugene & Brooke Frenkel, Armando Montelongo Companies, Inc., Brett Ratner, RatPac Entertainment, Dennis Crowley & Maria Haupert, Craig Sienema, Ameen & Zainab Killidar on behalf of the Killidar Foundation, Barry Skolnick. The evening will commence with a lavish cocktail reception where guests will enjoy specialty cocktails and gourmet food stations while bidding at the Ball’s silent auction – known as one of the most extravagant at any gala in South Florida, teeming with coveted items and experiences donated by top hospitality, entertainment, fashion and luxury brands.
23 ANNUAL INTERCONTINENTAL MIAMI MAKE-A-WISH® BALL PRESENTS AN EVENING WITH GRAMMY AWARD-WINNING ARTIST, RD
Lenny Kravitz Nancy Malnik, Al Malnik, Gabrielle Anwar, & Shareef Malnik
The elaborately decorated Grand Ballroom will open its doors at 8:30 p.m. for dinner and dancing, followed by Gabrielle Anwar returning for the seventh consecutive year as celebrity emcee. The evening will close with a special performance by four time Grammy-award winning, multiplatinum-selling artist Lenny Kravitz, presented by the Finker-Frenkel Legacy Foundation. In addition to his numerous career accomplishments, Kravitz’s philanthropic endeavors contribute to making a difference in the lives of others by supporting causes such as Artists Against Racism, Elevate Hope Foundation, and WhyHunger. The official after-party, the InterContinental® Miami Make-AWish Nightclub presented by E11EVEN MIAMI, Downtown Miami’s 24/7 ultraclub will be held immediately following
the Ball at the InterContinental® Miami featuring a celebrity DJ, special performances by E11EVEN THEATR11CS, and a runway fashion show presented by Brickell City Centre’s Saks Fifth Avenue. Tickets for the Nightclub are $125 in advance and $150 at the door, but for those already attending the Ball prior, there is no charge. There will be a complimentary open bar and elegant evening attire is required. HOLLYWOOD WEEKLY 17
Photos by Von Buenconsejo Assisted by Jay Mendiola Videographer Charlon Serrano Clothes by L. K. Bennett, Self-Portrait, Mico Make Up by Bambbi Fuentes Hair by Jess Suarez Styled by Joyce Penas Pilarsky Maria Sol Penas Organized by Bench Bello Location Marco Polo Ortigas Manila
18 HOLLYWOOD WEEKLY
SHE CHOSE TO INSTILL VALUES INTO HER CHILDREN THAT CREATED THAT SAME LOVING ENVIRONMENT WHERE SHE CAME FROM
LYNETTE GUZMAN THE BALANCED AND ENLIGHTENED ENTREPRENEUR
ynette Guzman is defined by her love of life, family, and entrepreneurship. In her 52 years on this earth, she’s well aware that the ability to be able to integrate all three aspects into each waking day is exactly what makes life worth living. The appreciation for those that matter don’t get overshadowed by her drive and work ethic to succeed in business. Instead, they seem to interweave and create a tapestry of the person who she has evolved into. Lynette currently works in the trading business where she focuses on selling jewelries to a select clientele. Because of this, she has to travel frequently in order to attend jewelry fairs. It is her ambition as an entrepreneur that has opened doors to allow her to fully experience other loves that she has in life. For example, her love of traveling. She has traveled extensively to several destinations, which include Chicago, New York, California, Europe, and Asia, all for a myriad of reasons respectfully. She travels quite often to several locations within the Philippines as well, such as going to Tagaytay, Subic, Batangas, and Boracay. HOLLYWOOD WEEKLY 19
20 HOLLYWOOD WEEKLY
FOR LYNETTE, SUCCESS IS NOT MEASURED BY HOW MUCH MONEY ONE ACQUIRES, BUT “RATHER THINGS THAT ARE FELT INSIDE IN ONE’S HEART.”
HOLLYWOOD WEEKLY 21
Her unyielding work ethic was more than likely acquired from her zealous parents. Her father was a medical doctor and her mother was a pharmacist. No doubt that Lynette passed this drive to succeed to her own three children. Nevertheless, just like her own childhood memories were filled with love and a close-knit family, she also chose to instill values into her children that created that same loving environment where she came from. Despite the fact that she and her entrepreneur husband Edwin Guzman have been able to supply their children with a prosperous lifestyle, keeping them grounded, keeping life simplistic, and teaching them self-reliance and responsibility, are what she wants them to absorb and to apply the most in their own lives. They have always received a great education, and she expects that when they are done with school for them to move forward and live their own lives to its fullest. Lynette had many learning experiences as she was growing up. She received most of her education in the Nueva Viscaya province, and went on to attend Maryknoll College in Loyola Heights where she received her degree in Communication Arts in 1985. However, before going off to college, she learned first-hand what it meant to work. Her parents had a hospital in the province. This gave her the opportunity to wear a variety of “hats,” as she worked in different capacities as a “cashier, as well as labeling, sorting, and dispensing medicine to patients.” This learning through experience provided a solid foundation later on in life when she would become an entrepreneur.
BEFORE GOING OFF TO COLLEGE, SHE LEARNED FIRSTHAND WHAT IT MEANT TO WORK, LEARNING THROUGH EXPERIENCE PROVIDED A SOLID FOUNDATION LATER ON IN LIFE WHEN SHE WOULD BECOME AN ENTREPRENEUR
22 HOLLYWOOD WEEKLY
HOLLYWOOD WEEKLY 23
Her background is what gave her the courage to go into business for the first time at age 21. She sold imported clothes from Hong Kong in the 1980s. In the 1990s she bought and sold real estate. In 2000 she sold artificial flowers and vases from Hong Kong to Thailand. She’s done it all, and it can be attributed to her childhood experiences with her strong familial footing.
24 HOLLYWOOD WEEKLY
For Lynette, success is not measured by how much money one acquires, but “rather things that are felt inside in one’s heart.” Lynette “believes that balance and a little bit of everything good and meaningful completes her life.” And who doesn’t strive for balance? Although she is inspired by the lives of others, such as Lady Diana, Mother Teresa, and John F. Kennedy to name a few, it’s knowing that she is living each waking day to its fullest on her very own terms with a life filled with “love, peace, and happiness,” that drives her the most.
Beverly Hills Hair Free is recognized worldwide for our approach to permanent body & facial hair removal and exclusive skin care treatments
Our unique approach to permanent hair removal delivers results 30x faster than traditional electrolysis. Safe & effective for all hair colors and skin types, we treat women, men and transgender. Our exclusive range of skin care treatments all have a common focus on â€œgetting back to basicsâ€?. We only use organic products from RepĂŞchage.
9301 Wilshire Boulevard Suite 310 | Beverly Hills California 90210 | 424.335.0025 bev e r l yh i l l sh a i r fr e e .co m
S LADIES PACKED THE HOUSE IN SOUTH CHICAGO Studio Movie Grill has highest attendance in history at SMG Chatham
26 HOLLYWOOD WEEKLY
tudio Movie Grill (SMG) is having a blast showing Girls Trip across the country at all 24 locations, but it’s Chicago’s SMG Chatham that’s really showing how fun a film and food combo can be, especially when the ladies are in the house. On the heels of the box office success of Wonder Woman, it was no surprise to see Girls Trip break box office records, too. MPAA said that in 2016 women bought half the tickets and make up 52% of audiences across the country. In contract, 62% of ticket buyers at SMG are female, and Chatham and Girls Trip in general may have pushed the needle even further. Following a stellar and solid #5 in US Box Office receipts for the weekend, SMG couldn’t be more excited to see record numbers on Tuesday, the 25th. In particular, we are celebrating our SMG Chatham location on Chicago’s south side being #3 in US Box Office. Chatham sold out 40 show times and had a total attendance for the day of 4,831, breaking attendance records for that location. SMG currently has the highest gross per location average for Girls Trip among the top 20 exhibitors and is #4 overall, which makes CEO Brian Schultz ecstatic. “Our stellar teams from marketing to operations and
EMPLOYEE + CLIENT APPRECIATION
Whether you’re celebrating a milestone, hosting a team building event or impressing a client, we’ve got you covered. SMG can host up to 1,000 people at one time with custom menu packages to suit your needs.
FUNDRAISING WITH SMG
Combining entertainment and fundraising is a great way to raise awareness and funds. We’ve partnered with many amazing organizations to increase their reach with fundraising tickets, screenings, and red carpet galas. With SMG, you can support your organization’s efforts to make the world a better place, one movie at a time.
scheduling at Studio Movie Grill were able to predict and get behind a movie they believed would do exceptionally well for our concept. And they were right. We keep hearing women want to see women do great things, from saving the world to nurturing friendships and supporting female driven films. It’s great to see Hollywood taking note.” ABOUT STUDIO MOVIE GRILL: Studio Movie Grill (“SMG”), the leader in in-theater dining exhibition and named to Inc. Magazine’s 35th Annual List of Fastest Growing Private Companies, has modernized the traditional movie-going experience by combining first-run movies with full-service, intheater dining. Since 2000, SMG has swiftly grown to 24 locations in nine states and has announced 3 new additions in CA, FL and GA before the end of the 2017. Its long-standing Special Needs Screenings and Chefs for Children community outreach programs continue to help families everywhere as pillars of the company’s purpose and fulfilling its mission to open hearts and minds, one story at a time. SMG ranks #1 in box office receipts for in-theater dining concepts. For additional information, visit: www.studiomoviegrill.com.
BACARDÍ, MEETINGS + CONFERENCES
Escape the ‘bored-room’ and bring your presentation to the big screen! We’ll serve up a tastsebud-pleasing American Grill menu, while our state-of-the-art audiovisual technology maximizes the impact of your presentation.
MIX + MINGLE
Let us roll out the red carpet for you. No matter how big or small your event budget, we make planning easy so you can focus on your guests. HOLLYWOOD WEEKLY 27
Oxana Lovich had a true passion for acting and at the age of seventeen she got her start in the theatre. There she received on the job training and knowledge, in particular, the Stanislavski method of acting. Oxana was also a competitive ballroom dancer. At this young age, she became very interested in spirituality and self development, which has led her to currently be a life coach. All this experience has made her a great actress.
LOVICH THERE IS A COMBINATION OF POSITIVITY, INNOCENCE AND INTELLIGENCE THAT MAKES ME A UNIQUE ARTIST
hank you for taking the time for this interview. As you know there are many people aspiring to become successful in Hollywood. Letâ€™s start this by learning more about you, please tell me about yourself.
HW: You mention that you are originally from Russia,but your exotic look suggest that your DNA is quite unique.
28 HOLLYWOOD WEEKLY
PHOTOS BY: TRAVIS TANNER AND TIM SABATINO
What is your DNA? In other words, where are your parents from? OL: I was born in Russia. My mother is Jewish, and my father is half Russian, half Ukrainian. If I describe myself I would say I am a person that everyone wants to be around with because of my light magnetic charming energy. There is a combination of positivity, innocence and intelligence that makes me a unique artist.
HW: When did you know that you wanted to become an actor? What steps did you take to pursue this dream?
communication ever since. She really is an incredible person.
OL: As early as 13 years of age, I knew acting was my life’s purpose. At the age of sixteen I started taking acting classes with the best Russian coaches in Moscow, and working in the finest Russian theatres where I was practicing Stanislavsky Method of Acting. However my true dream was to become an actress in the US. At the first opportunity I moved to Los Angeles, where I have continued pursuing, and improving my craft.
HW: In speaking with Ms.Lujan, I understand that during a typical casting call everyone generally have the look, and fit the basic description required for the role being cast. So in the brief moments an actor has to impress the casting director you already know they are looking for insight into your capabilities, maybe seeking your range of emotion as an actor.
HW: So you have transplanted to Los Angeles, welcome. What do you like and what have you discovered about the people that you have met living here?
2017 • The House (completed) Casino Waitress • Mac Daddy’s Vegas Adventure (completed) Bertina • Dreams Come True (Short) Danielle •Katarina (Short) Katarina
OL: Los Angeles is my city!!! I felt it even before I came here. I love that Los Angeles is the city of creativity, freedom and art. What I especially like about the people here is their spirit: positive energy and creative vibes! In Los Angeles I have met highly evolved spiritual people who led me to freedom in my spiritual evolution. What I mean is: there is an easy access to spiritual books and the greatest coaches here compare to the city I was born in. In addition to that I feel highly motivated to create wonderful masterpieces due to the welcoming atmosphere in the city: the weather, healthy foods, friendly people, and etc.. HW: You were referred to our magazine by a prominent casting director. I understand that you have a leading role on a new television or film project. series. What series have you previously appeared in that prepared you for your current role?
2016 • Turbulence Beautiful girl at the club • Beyond the Game Jessica • Bosch (TV Series) Oxana - Gone (2016) ... Oxana • Blow Cut (Short) Phoenix (Stripper / Kinky’s Patron #5)
Yes, among others, I was a co-lead in the movie Katarina. I was also in the TV Show Bosch. Every project I have ever performed in had taught me so much about me, and prepared me to next role. When I take any role, I study it for hours or even months, depending on how much time I have. The more I practice being in somebody else shoe: playing life of another person, the more it becomes a part of me. Therefore, the next role, even if my character has a different perspective, in some ways resembles the other character, since we are all human, and the emotions that we are expressing are the same. And of course the more I play, the easier it gets. HW: I mention that a prominent Casting Director referred you, how did you meet Crystal Lujan? OL: I met Crystal when I was auditioning for one of her projects. She liked my professionalism and attitude. We exchanged contact information, and we have been in
OL: When auditioning, I am truly living the part. I enjoy a playful spirit and, therefore, it is NEVER about impressing. Expressing myself and knowing what I am here to do as a character is my primary concern. Again, it is never about being liked by a casting director, but rather about the story!! HW: So tell me, what is the most dangerous thing that you have ever done? OL: I would not use the word dangerous describing my life. I would substitute it for the word exciting. Since I found my path in life and I am following it. So everything that I do is exciting!!!I HW: What about your background, in your opinion, qualifies you to warrant being featured in a major staring role in a feature film, or why do you feel that Hollywood Weekly Magazine should being conducting this interview to tell our readers about you? OL: My varied background experiences abroad, combined with my life coaching as well as writing skills make me unique. Living in Russia for the most part of my life influenced my acting skills. I believe characters are being cast due to a vibrational match to a role. Well, there is a part of me that is always be Russian, and playing Russian and European characters are incredibly easy for me. Learning psychology and self-development influenced my acting skills greatly. Since I believe that an actor is a psychologist in a way. It is never about judging the character, but accepting the inner truth of it. Being a writer has helped me to see the story with the eyes of the director, which really helps me to learn about my character faster. All of the above lend me giving a different outlook to the way I play a role. HW: Please tell me more about your current project. Are there any future projects that are also in the works? OL: Well, I just finished working in two films-Mac Daddy Vegas Adventures, and Katarina. It was one of the most wonderful experiences in my life in this year, since I had an opportunity working with Thomas C Howell, and other incredible actors, and playing a role of a very sophisticated, high class lady with a compelling temperament. I am currently working on a project that I am unable to discuss. I can just say one thing. I am playing an enlightened character with a Cinderella like ending! Thank you very much for wonderful questions.
OXANA LOVICH: imdb.com/name/nm5765557/bio?ref_=nm_ov_bio_sm
HOLLYWOOD WEEKLY 29
BMI Executive Director, Writer/Publisher Relations Wardell Malloy talks with Rodney Jerkins.
BROADCAST MUSIC, INC. HOSTED
WITH PRODUCER/SONGWRITER/MUSIC SUPERVISOR RODNEY JERKINS IN LOS ANGELES
B L: Rodney Jerkins poses backstage.
roadcast Music, Inc. (BMI) hosted “BMI Conversations,” an in-depth, intimate discussion with GRAMMY-winning producer turned music supervisor, Rodney Jerkins. Held at the GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles, the conversation delved into Rodney’s extensive career, from his early days growing up in a musically driven household, to his work with artists like Beyoncé, Destiny’s Child, Brandy and Michael Jackson, and now to his newest venture as music supervisor for the hit-show Empire on FOX. Speaking with BMI’s Executive Director of Writer/Publisher Relations, Wardell Malloy, Rodney shared insights of his triumphs and struggles from classical musical as a cure for writers-block to his days as The Dark Child and more. The evening concluded with a Q&A with the audience. ABOUT BMI: Celebrating over 76 years of service to songwriters, composers, music publishers and businesses, Broadcast
30 HOLLYWOOD WEEKLY
L to R: BMI’s Marshall Sims, Wardell Malloy and Catherine Brewton pose with Rodney Jerkins. Photo: Chelsea Lauren for BMI.
Music, Inc.® (BMI®) is a global leader in music rights management, serving as an advocate for the value of music. BMI represents the public performance rights in nearly 12 million musical works created and owned by more than 750,000 songwriters, composers, and music publishers. The Company negotiates music license agreements and distributes the fees it generates as royalties to its affiliated writers and publishers when their songs are performed in public. In 1939, BMI created a groundbreaking open-door policy becoming the only performing rights organization to welcome and represent the creators of blues, jazz, country, and American roots music. Today, the musical compositions in BMI’s repertoire, from chart toppers to perennial favorites, span all genres of music and are consistently among the most-performed hits of the year. For additional information and the latest BMI news, visit bmi.com, follow us on Twitter @BMI or stay connected through Broadcast Music, Inc.‘s Facebook page. Sign up for BMI’s The Weekly and receive our e-newsletter every Monday to stay up to date on all things music.
HOSTS FOR THE EVENING SCANDINAVIAN ACTOR
MIKAEL SPREIZ Mikael Spreitz has a multifaceted career, on his resume he can write actor, television personality, bodyguard and special lecturer. Spreitz is well known for The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest and The Girl Who Played with Firewhere he portrayed Ronald Niederman. Spreitz has a background as a martial artist competing for Sweden, multiple swedish champion and silver medalist at the European championship in 1985. In 2013 Spreitz founded Fighterhjälpen , a non-profit charity foundation that supports children with cancer.
ANGELIKA ROBERTS Angelika Roberts is a graduate of The Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute in New York, Roberts continued her education in Los Angeles with renowned teachers; Barry Papick (who coached Sean Connery, Jamie Foxx, Lindsey Lohan to name a few), Jeraldin Baron and Susan Peretz. Roberts has appeared in Swedish TV-series and feature films and she has starred in many short films, industrials and commercials. Past productions on stage include works of Shakespeare, Strindberg, Oscar Wilde and her own pieces. Roberts has starred or co-starred in numerous very popular open-air summer theater productions and children’s theatre. Roberts is well known for Zero Tolerance and “Den Utvalda” among several other Swedish TV –series and stage performances as well as her work at The Drew Carey Show in Los Angeles.
$1000.00 Corporate Booth, Full Page Ad, 4 VIP Tickets & 4 Brunch Tickets $750.00 Corporate Booth, 2VIP Tickets, Full Page Ad & 2 Brunch Tickets $600.00 Half Page Ad, 2 VIP Tickets & 2 Brunch Tickets $500.00 2 VIP Tickets & 2 Brunch Tickets
Connect with a new business partner or find a new client
THE 4TH ANNUAL HOLLYWOOD WEEKLY MAGAZINE
FILM FESTIVAL September 23, 2017 11:00 am - 10 pm
VIP Tickets - All access pass $95 RALEIGH STUDIOS 5300 MELROSE AVE HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA www.hollywoodweeklymagazinefilmfestival.com HOLLYWOODWEEKLYMAGAZINEFILMFESTIVAL
A MODERN SCANDINAVIAN TALENT MANAGEMENT AGENCY WITH AN INTERNATIONAL FLAIR 32 HOLLYWOOD WEEKLY
“IN ONLY FOUR YEARS, SCANDINAVIAN BASED TALENT MANAGER MARIA VASCSAK AND IMA CONTENT HAVE DEVELOPED A TALENT MANAGEMENT & PRODUCTION AGENCY WITH INTERNATIONAL TALENT FROM SCANDINAVIA AND THE U.S.”
IMA Content and the Talent Management division represents a select roster of International Actors, Directors, Cinematographers, Storyboard Artists, Producers, Editors, Writers and Authors. We work closely with our talent to achieve their goals whether in feature films, television, commercials, or brand integrated content, through comprehensive consulting and marketing, creating economic value for their careers. IMA Content provides unique personal management based on over 20 years of experience in the Entertainment Business, specializing in areas such as contract negotiation, public relations, promotion and sponsorship. Through an established network of specialists, we are also able to add consulting in areas such as tax matters, asset management, insurance, business law visa issues / applications.
PHONE: +1 (917) 717 9091 MAIL: INFO@IMACONTENT.COM WWW.IMACONTENT.COM
Being based in Sweden, IMA Content focuses on bringing professional talent from Scandinavia to the international market as well as working locally. IMA Content believes in actors that are well rounded and diverse in talent. We have actors that work in different countries around the world all the time, and often take on roles that are not in their native tongue. Talent Manager Maria Vascsak is herself a product of dual countries. She is Swedish with Hungarian heritage and speakes the language fluently. Vascsak studied and lived abroad for many many years as well. She has called Paris, Brussels, Monaco, Menlo Park California and Mahway New Jersey home at one time or another. Therefore, the international angle became a natural ingredient in her business.
FOR NEWS AND UPDATES ABOUT OUR CLIENTS AND PROJECTS FOLLOW US ON:
FACEBOOK: WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/IMACONTENT TWITTER: WWW.TWITTER.COM/IMACONTENT INSTAGRAM: WWW.INSTAGRAM.COM/IMACONTENT/ VIMEO: WWW.VIMEO.COM/IMACONTENT IMDB MANAGEMENT: WWW.IMDB.ME/MARIAVASCSAK
W W W . I M A C O N T E N T. C O M
HOLLYWOOD WEEKLY 33
“IMA CONTENT IS MADE UP OF 100 YEARS OF CREATIVE EXPERIENCE. IMA CONTENT IS REPRESENTED IN STOCKHOLM, LONDON, NEW YORK AND LOS ANGELES”
-Even though Swedish actors and artists really have helped to put Sweden on the map lately – we still live in a pretty small country. I was sure that the international angle would be crucial first and foremost for my incredibly versatile talent, for me and the agency. I also think that the industry is changing; we’re seeing more diversity and inclusion. As a Talent Manager today, I think you need to look at the whole world as your playing field, and not just the country that you’re based in, Maria Vascsak continues. We do it all. Contract negotiations, branding, Visa applications, collaborations with photographers in order to always have someone standing by for various shoots and much more. As a manager, she is also always on top of what the actors might need to improve and change in order to get called in as she sees what’s being cast and submits her talent via the Breakdowns. Maria Vascsak of IMA Content also has some very close and incredibly important relationships with agents in the US. - To some extent, it’s a full-service agency which of course requires a lot of work but at the same time allows me the close relationship with the talent which is crucial for all of this to work. Also, it enables me to customize my services which I think is key for everyone involved.
Our concept is simple and highly effective and IMA Content’s goal is to have continuous growth by bringing specific niche talents to the agency with diversity and international appeal. Through our many years of experience we can and will help them create a platform to leverage their career path to new heights. The rapidly changing media landscape is ripe for new creative solutions, and our intent at IMA Content is to help find them and develop our clients’ ultimate brand identity. IMA Content and Hollywood Weekly Magazine have an amazing collaboration which has solidified over the years. IMA Content was responsible for both the promotional trailer and the trailer that opened the Hollywood Weekly Film Festival last year. This year IMA Content and Vascsak will co-produce the spectacular event. IMA Content, with Talent Manager Maria Vascsak at the helm, has grown substantially over a short period of time. It has proven over and over that the concept of boutique agency, close and particularly personal relationships with the talent, combining production and collaboration within the film industry, is the way of the future. Vascsak, undoubtedly, always seems to be a step ahead…
IMA Content is a modern Scandinavian talent management and production agency with an international roster of actors, directors and storyboard artists. IMA is made up of 100 years of creative experience who together form the most unique content around. IMA is represented in Stockholm, London, New York and Los Angeles. IMA has a very special relationship with Hollywood Weekly Magazine and its Film Festival.
34 HOLLYWOOD WEEKLY
MARIA VASCSAK Co-Founder / CEO / Talent Manager / Producer IMA Content Language: Bilingual: Swedish - Hungarian / English / German / French Talents in Sweden / Los Angeles / New York / London Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: SWE: +46 739 10 59 02 / U.S +1 (917) 717 90 91 IMDb: www.imdb.me/mariavascsak IMA Content is a modern Scandinavian talent management and production agency with an international roster of actors, directors and storyboard artists. IMA is made up of 100 years of creative experience who together form the most unique content around. IMA is represented in Stockholm, London, New York and Los Angeles. IMA has a very special relationship with Hollywood Weekly Magazine and its Film Festival. TO KEEP UP WITH IMA CONTENT, THEIR TALENTS AND PRODUCTIONS FOLLOW IMA CONTENT ON: FACEBOOK: WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/IMACONTENT/ INSTAGRAM: WWW.INSTAGRAM.COM/IMACONTENT/ TWITTER: WWW.TWITTER.COM/IMACONTENT
PHOTOS: ALI BENBIKRI
PHONE: +1 (917) 717 9091 MAIL: INFO@IMACONTENT.COM WWW.IMACONTENT.COM
FOR NEWS AND UPDATES ABOUT OUR CLIENTS AND PROJECTS FOLLOW US ON:
FACEBOOK: WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/IMACONTENT TWITTER: WWW.TWITTER.COM/IMACONTENT INSTAGRAM: WWW.INSTAGRAM.COM/IMACONTENT/ VIMEO: WWW.VIMEO.COM/IMACONTENT IMDB MANAGEMENT: WWW.IMDB.ME/MARIAVASCSAK
W W W . I M A C O N T E N T. C O M
HOLLYWOOD WEEKLY 35
The Copier Lady of Southern California
(619) 222-3607 • (949) 800-6758
Office Copiers and Printers New & Refurbished Many Makes & Models The Alternative Choice for Office Technology
• Buy • Lease • Service & Repair ASK ABOUT OUR 3 YEAR REPLACEMENT WARRANTY!
Get the perfect copier/printer for your needs at the lowest prices!
SERVING THE LOCAL COMMUNITY SINCE 1986 TONS OF LOCAL REFERENCES AVAILABLE
LA THEATRE BEAT Summer is in full heat this month, but our local theatres are burning up with these new shows:
STEVE ZALL AND SID FISH
“SHOUT, SISTER, SHOUT” tells the story about the life and music of legendary gospel singer Sister Rosetta Tharpe, whose hits include “Down by the Riverside,” “This Train,” and “Strange Things Happen Every Day.” Tharpe, known as The Godmother of Rock & Roll, was a trailblazer in the history of American music and influenced some of the greatest Rock & Roll and R&B singers of all time, including Elvis Presley, Aretha Franklin, Little Richard, Bob Dylan, Tina Turner and Johnny Cash. Written by Cheryl West, and directed by Randy Johnson, it runs July 26 through August 20 at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena. For tickets call 626-356-7529 or visit www.PasadenaPlayhouse.org.
“THE DREAM ON ROYAL STREET” Egeus, who owns the hotel, wants his daughter Hermia to marry Demetrius, the assistant manager. Hermia loves Lysander, a lowly desk clerk, and the switchboard girl Helena loves Demetrius. When Oberon and Titania, the fabulous Las Vegas pop stars appearing in the hotel’s nightclub, have a failing out, the four lovers become involved in Oberon’s scheme for revenge. Written by June Walker Rogers, with music by Alan Menken, lyrics by David Rogers, and directed by Alison Kalmus, it runs August 3 through August 13 at the Sierra Madre Playhouse in Sierra Madre. For tickets call 626-355-4318 or visit www.sierramadreplayhouse.org.
“ON THE TWENTIETH CENTURY” Oscar Jaffe, an egomaniacal Broadway producer who has sustained a string of recent flops and is now dodging creditors, boards the train heading to New York. On the train, he spots his former Broadway leading lady and muse, Lily Garland, now a Hollywood movie star, and schemes to have her signed to star in his new play and thereby save his career and stay out of jail. But she’s on her way to meet with his competitor, Max Jacobs, to sign up for his play. Written by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, with music by Cy Coleman, lyrics by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, and directed by Trace Oakley, it runs August 4 through August 27 at the Pan-Andreas Theatre in Los Angeles. For tickets call 800-838-3006 or visit www.ProofDoubtCloser.com.
“SPAMALOT” Rude Frenchmen, cancan dancers, the Lady of the Lake and her Laker Girls, killer rabbits, catapulting cows, and the somewhat odd Knights who say “ni” are just part of the adventures and dangers awaiting King Arthur and his knights of the very very very 38 HOLLYWOOD WEEKLY
“The Dream on Royal Street”
round table in their quest for the holy grail. Written by Eric Idle, with music by John Du Prez & Eric Idle, and directed by Carol Bentley, it runs August 4 through August 13 at the Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center in Redondo Beach (for tickets call 714-589-2770 Ext. 1) then August 18 through August 27 at the Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts in Cerritos (for tickets call 562-916-8500). For more information or tickets visit www.3dtshows.org.
“TILDA SWINTON ANSWERS AN AD ON CRAIGSLIST” Walt is a gay wallflower. After a devastating break-up, Walt innocently places an ad on Craigslist for a new roommate. When other-worldly star Tilda Swinton shows up at his door and insists on moving in to “study” Walt for her next big movie role, things gets hysterically chaotic. Written by Byron Lane, and directed by Tom DeTrinis, it runs August 10 through August 31 at the Celebration Theatre in Hollywood. For tickets visit www.celebrationtheatre. com.
“REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE - THE SAL MINEO STORY” He was a prominent figure for gay rights before he was tragically murdered. Some say his murder was directly related to his gay activism. After living the high life of luxury with mansions, butlers, maids and fast cars as well as providing an extravagant lifestyle for his parents, Sal Mineo died with only $20 in his pocket. Written by Dean Ghaffari, and directed by Tom Waters, it runs August 11 through August 26 at the Promenade Playhouse in Santa Monica. For tickets call 310-656-8070 or visit www.promenadeplayhouse.com.
“MAGICMANIA” An immersive four-day, five performance festival of magic featuring a rotating roster of over 25 world-class, master magicians and outstanding variety acts. Each performance is different – no repeats. Prepare for a weekend of amazement! Written
“Shout, Sister, Shout”
“So Long Boulder City”
“Tilda Swinton Answers an Ad on Craigslist”
sisters fails to appear! Now it’s up to three earnest and determined stagehands to go on with the show! The Andrews Brothers is filled to the brim with over 25 songs made famous by the Andrews Sisters, including the show-stopper “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy,” and “Don’t Sit Under the Apple Tree.” Written by Roger Bean, and directed by Danny Michaels & Orlando Alexander, it runs through August 12 at the Glendale Centre Theatre in Glendale. For tickets call 818-2448481 or visit www.glendalecentretheatre.com.
“WELCOME TO YOUR ALTERNATIVE REALITY” Highlights in this evening of interwoven one-acts and
“Welcome to Your Alternative Reality”
and directed by Albie Selznick, it runs August 17 through August 20 at the Colony Theatre in Burbank. For tickets call 818-558-7000 or visit www.MagicManiaLA.com.
“WELCOME TO THE WHITE ROOM” we discover Ms. White, Mr. Paine, and Jennings shortly after they have arrived in a completely white room, following their journey within as they attempt to figure out exactly what they are meant to do. Somewhere between throwing a party, suppressing sexual tensions, and dancing a violent tango, this senseless world summons its puppeteer, and our three puppets are in for a big surprise. Written by Trish Harnetiaux, and directed by Megan A. McGuane, it runs August 17 through September 16 at the Theatre of NOTE in Hollywood. For tickets call 323-856-8611 or visit www.theatreofnote.com.
“ARSENIC AND OLD LACE” Two murderous old ladies, a Theodore Roosevelt impersonator, a Boris Karloff look-alike and a theater critic in love, make an infectiously funny black comedy about two little-old-lady aunts who see killing as an act of charity. Good, macabre fun! Written by Joseph Kesselring, and directed by Elina de Santos, it runs August 19 through October 8 at the Odyssey Theatre in Los Angeles. For tickets call 310-477-2055 Ext. 2 or visit www.OdysseyTheatre.com.
“BLACKBIRD” Inspired in part by the crimes of sex offender Toby Studebaker (though in no way a literal dramatization of actual events) the play depicts a young woman meeting a middle-aged man 15 years after being sexually abused by him when she was 12 years old. Written by David Harrower, and directed by Jeremy Adrianne Lelliott, it runs August 19 through September 17 at the GTC Burbank in Burbank. For tickets call 571-232-8894 or visit www.blackbirdplay. com.
CONTINUING “THE ANDREWS BROTHERS” A USO show is threatened with cancellation when a certain famous trio of singing
sketches include a liberal journalist working for a right wing news program; an octogenarian stressing about the future of the planet; high-level government leakers in love; and a dry cleaner who might be our next president. Each is stuck in this strange new post-election world we live in. Written and directed by Catherine Butterfield and Ron West, it runs through August 12 at the Atwater Village Theatre in Atwater Village. For tickets call 323-882-6912 or visit www.openfist. org.
“NOCTURNE” In this searingly honest journey, a man unwittingly causes the death of his younger sister in a tragic accident and his life is upended. Wracked with remorse he drifts to New York City and slowly puts the pieces of his shattered existence back together. This is the story of one man’s journey of redemption in a gut wrenching yet hauntingly lyrical meditation on guilt and grief. Written by Adam Rapp, and directed by James Eckhouse and Richard Schiff, it runs through August 13 at the VS Theatre in Los Angeles. For tickets visit www.triptychgroup.org.
“SO LONG BOULDER CITY” Straight from the world of the almost-Best Picture winner LA LA LAND, So Long Boulder City is comedian Jimmy Fowlie’s take on Emma Stone’s one woman showwithin-a-movie that played to a barely-sold house. It’s a tale of determination, ambition, crushed dreams and Hollywood triumphs. Written by Jimmy Fowlie, and directed by Jordan Black, it runs through August 19 at the Celebration Theatre at The Lex in Hollywood. For tickets visit www.celebrationtheatre.com.
“MARLENE” The play is set in Dietrich’s dressing-room at Berlin’s Tatiana Palast Theatre, where she is trying to decide whether she should go through with the recital. Threats have been made on her life by Nazi sympathizers who still resented her for having spent much of WW II entertaining American soldiers on the front lines. Written by Willard Manus, and directed by Judith Rose, it runs through August 27 at the Write Act Repertory @ Brickhouse Theatre in North Hollywood. For tickets call 800-838-3006 or visit www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3034406.
“THE RAINBOW BRIDGE”
At the intersection of real and satire, Jerry struggles to keep moving forward in his life while haunted by the ghosts of his family’s past. This fearless new comedy mercilessly seeks out and pushes any of those psychological hot buttons that aren’t hidden. Written by Ron Nelson, and directed by Michael Myers, it runs through September 17 at the Ruskin Group Theatre in Santa Monica. For tickets call 310-397-3244 or visit www. HOLLYWOOD WEEKLY 39
NEED A Just RIDE? Carmel It! when will you be home? tomorrow afternoon need me 2 pick u up? No. Already booked a ride with Carmel. Best part is i earned airline miles!
6-6 6 6-6 6 6
World w i
ar & Lim C o de
Why Carmel? 35+ years industry leader · Serving 300 major Cities Worldwide · Free Mobile App · Free $36 Car Cash with App download · Earn Airline Miles · Licensed & Insured drivers · State of the art Dispatch system · Fleet of Sedans, Luxury Cars, SUV's & Stretch Limos · Corporate Charge Accounts welcome
Get the free CarmelLimo App today! TLC LIC# B00256
40 HOLLYWOOD WEEKLY
• Present Ad to Driver • One Coupon Per Trip • Coupon good for NYC trips only • Expires: 06/30/17
You must get code # when reserving car.
Carmel: 212-666-6666 • CarmelLimo.com
Published on Aug 8, 2017
In this edition of Hollywood Weekly we offer our exclusive interview with Kristine Thao Lam, CEO of Ms. Vietnam Beauty International Pageant...