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RE: [FAM] Seeking Sign Language Interpreters (including ASL)

From: Kevin N.
Sent on: Tuesday, January 15, 2013 7:02 PM
Hello All ,
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Subject: [FAM] Seeking Sign Language Interpreters (including ASL)
From: Cynthia Collins <[address removed]>
Date: Tue, January 15,[masked]:14 pm
To: [address removed]

Hello, I'm wondering if you or anyone you may know does sign language (including ASL) and will volunteer for a couple of hours during our meetup Wednesday, January 23rd in Norcross (http://www.meetup.com/filmatlanta/events/98321262/) for aspiring actress/writer (Ellen Rice).  She's a fun and feisty lady with a heart of gold, and to my knowledge, the only deaf aspiring Hispanic actress in Atlanta.  If you know of other deaf actors in the area, please let me know.  Please send responses directly to me at [address removed]. 
All the best,
Cynthia

Ellen's Bio

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Ellen Rice is a spunky, emerging actress in Atlanta with a rich and varied history of volunteerism as a teacher, leader, advocate, SSP (Service Support Provider) and member of the Georgia Association of the Deaf.  She was born in San Jose, Costa Rica and came to the United States when she was a small child and is proud to be a U.S. citizen.  She learned American Sign Language (ASL) at the age of 21 from her (now) husband, William, and has continued to teach others in ASL and gymnastics.  Her extraordinary patience and exuberant encouragement have earned her a legion of grateful students including thirty actors in a local theatrical production of “Children of a Lessor God.”  Ellen is the proud wife to William, mother of two (Matthew Rice and Anjelica Rice Marsden), mother-in-law to Baron Marsden, and grandmother of her precious Elena Madison Marsden. She is passionate about teaching others Deaf Culture and History and has been a featured speaker at several county Boards of Education in Georgia. She has performed in countless film and television projects in the Atlanta area including “The Walking Dead”, “What to Expect When You’re Expecting”, “Footloose”, “Zombie Lounge 2011”, and more. Ellen’s motto is “to work hard and live out your dreams, no matter what obstacles you have in your life.”
To contact Ellen Rice for your next project send an email to:  [address removed].




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