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" If you really do want to be an actor who can satisfy himself and his audience, you need to be vulnerable." 
- Jack Lemmon
" Don't apologize for who you are - be sorry for those who have not yet discovered your flawlessness" 
- Thea Saccoliti

My Story

Hey there!

I'm an actor just like you, who fell head over heels for the captivating world of acting at the young age of 5. My journey began in the city of Colorado Springs, CO, where I secured my first agency while in elementary school. I was then introduced to the exhilarating realm of film and TV. Within no time, I had a manager and agency in the glitzy city of Los Angeles, even without stepping foot in the state! But as an out-of-state talent, I often grappled with feeling like I truly belonged and would be accepted when my family managed to get me out to California. These visits were unfortunately limited to only a few precious weeks each summer due to financial constraints and my families timeline. Nonetheless, my family supported my ambition and did all they could to support this career. The first visit I had in LA felt like the life I was destined to live. So, through countless classes, self-tapes, casting director workshops etc. I hustled my way through school, squirreling away every penny, and even graduated early. Not even a pandemic could dim my determination. Packed up in my trusty little car, I hit the road, driving over a thousand miles to settle in the city that has always felt like home to me. It certainly wasn't all smooth sailing. In this stunning city, I often found myself struggling and feeling like I wasn't living up to my fullest potential. Whether it was the lack of support in my career, the toll it took on my mental and physical well-being, or simply yearning for someone who understood me and could guide me in my personal growth, I recognized something was missing from my acting career. I couldn't be an actor if I didn't know who I was or what I wanted to achieve as a human being without a script in my head and hands.

At the age of 18, I became a certified life coach specializing in positive psychology, focusing on supporting youth through their personal journeys. Over the next three years, as I dedicated myself to helping others, I unexpectedly discovered my true joy, purpose, and self-love in life. Witnessing the transformative power of resilience, personal growth, perspective and support. I immersed myself in ongoing education and honed my expertise in not only connecting to my students but creating a safe space for them to feel accepted, welcome and open to explore. This combination of professional knowledge, personal development and relatability not only allowed me to empower young individuals in their mental health journeys but also brought me a profound sense of fulfillment and a newfound appreciation for every aspect of life. Now I want to not only build a bridge between my two worlds and take control of my career. I approach each client with empathy, compassion, and a genuine desire to see them flourish. I continue to advocate for self-love, resilience, authenticity, self-confidence and holistic well-being and want to be that mentor I wish I'd had while struggling to attain my goals.

My Mission

At Aspiration to Actuality, our mission is to empower today's young entertainers by shifting their mindset from achievement-focused goals to embracing self-acceptance as the catalyst for a thriving future. We recognize the pressures and challenges faced by individuals in the entertainment industry, constantly being shut down, rejected, compared or "not enough". This harsh realm often leads to burnout and a loss of self-worth. Our program offers guidance and support, equipping aspiring and established entertainers with tools to cultivate resilience, balance, and self-care. Through a holistic approach, we aim to prevent burnout, foster sustainable success, and nurture a generation of entertainers who embrace authenticity  for their personal and professional growth.

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