Brit Treading The Boards In Hollywood

British Actress Janine Gateland makes her mark in top Hollywood Theatrical Show!
Janine as Samantha in 'Turn Off The Lights'
Janine as Samantha in 'Turn Off The Lights'
HOLLYWOOD, Calif. - Sept. 10, 2018 - PRLog -- We are delighted that Janine has been treading the boards of Hollywood this summer.  The dramady, 'Turn off The Lights' was a hit, SELL OUT show at McCadden Place Theater in the heart of Hollywood.  There was a lot of buzz due to Janine's starring role as Samantha, the flashy entertainment lawyer.  Audience members were stunned by her exceptional performance.  Her witty charismatic charm certainly turned heads and she has had some wonderful reviews praising her performance.  She starred alongside Dennis Delsing (Clint Eastwood's Jersey Boys) and Ash Warren (Gary Marshall's Georgia Rule).

Janine has been exceptionally busy due to also shooting a TV Pilot 'Illville' where she played a feisty mistress called Becky.  The pilot has already been nominated for best screenplay at Las Vegas Black Film Festival and is due to make more noise in the coming months!

Earlier in the year she played therapist Dr Ash in the movie drama 'Modern American Nightmare' and Hollywood Agent in true crime story '6:38: The Death Of Ronni Chasen'.  She starred alongside Roslyn Gentle (American Crime Story) and Robert Michael (Titanic: Sinking The Myths).

Her leading role in the horror movie 'F***, Marry, Kill' has been smashing the festival circuit.  So far the movie has won at Aab International Film Festival in India, Direct Monthly Online Film Festival, Semi Finalist at Los Angeles CinFest and selected at many more around the world.

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