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Break-Up Watch – a Sandra Miska Film

Some of my acting experience has been from volunteering to help graduate students at the local Universities. Boston, Massachusetts is one of the premier education capitals of the world with both Emerson and Boston University both having outstanding film programs. One of the first films that I did was called “Break-Up Watch” where I played a very talkative sort of ditzy student “Anna” in a cute Facebook relationship story. I like to look at and critique my performance to see what I could have done better – even though it was my first role – there will always be opportunity for improvement.   I went to the premier for this film on Friday, July 1st and it was great to see Sandra again. A lot of the cast has moved out to LA to play in the BIG time Hollywood scene so they weren’t able to make the premier – but it was great to see Sandra and some of the crew again!!  Sandra Miska is going to submit the film to the IMDb database as a “Short” under Boston University so that will add another credit to my official resume. I attached the film and a picture from the premier.

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Boston actress Meredith Prunty joins cast of film “Mark of the Dog Rose”

I am happy to announce that I will be playing the role of  young Lacey Sullivan in the exciting new production “Mark of the Dog Rose”  Here is a brief description of the movie:

“Time is running out and the odds have been raised. Can Gabe and Lacey save his sister Toni before she too becomes a victim? This haunting thriller will leave an eerie chill down your spine. Evil leaves the Mark of the Dog Rose.”
Promotion photos and more can be found on their Facebook page. Please LIKE while you’re there so you can follow along.  Click on the Promo Poster and the link will bring you there! 


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Boston Entertainment News – Meredith Prunty

Recently I was interviewed by Hopkinton Television Station HCAM. There are two versions of the interview. I attached the short edition as the long edition is not available yet. I enjoy talking to the media because it gives me an opportunity to discuss my acting career but also the social issues that trouble me such as bullying and child trafficking.  Additional interviews are scheduled with various media outlets so stay tuned!


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