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Audrey Larson

Height – 5 feet 3 inches / 160 cm

Hair – Blonde

Eyes – Blue

Body Type – Average

Ethnicity – White/Caucasian


Vocal Range – Non-Singer

Dancing – Ballet

Languages – American English, British English

Killing Khan (Sep 2013)
Role: Passenger #7 (background)
Director: J. R. Hepburn
Organization: Vendetta Motion PIctures
A New Leaf (Aug 2013)
Role: Dancer
Organization: Jewish Girls Retreat (Camp)
The Last Halloween (Apr 2013)
Role: Trick-or-Treater (background)
Director: Christopher Ferreira
Organization: D.C. Productions
Countdown (short) (Feb 2013)
Role: Zoe (featured)
Organization: Fountain of Youth Productions
Miracles and Meals (Jul 2012)
Role: Older Bronia (featured)
Organization: Jewish Girls Retreat (camp)
One is Not a Lonely Number (Jul 2011)
Role: Shifra (supporting)
Organization: Jewish Girls Retreat (camp)
One is not a Lonely Number Movie Trailer (2011)
Role: Voiceover
Organization: Jewish Girls Retreat/Yaldah Media
One is not a Lonely Number Book Trailer (2010)
Role: Voiceover
Organization: YM Books
Promotional Material (2013)
Role: Print Model
Organization: Fisher Academy of Ballet and Dance
The Yaldah Year (Book) (Print) (Sep 2009)
Role: Cover Model
Organization: YM Books
Yaldah Magazine (Print) (Jul 2006)
Role: Cover Model
Organization: Yaldah Media
Ruth's Vision (Jul 2008)
Role: Featured
Organization: Jewish Girls Retreat
Excerpts from the Nutcracker (Dec 2012)
Role: Snowflake/Spanish Lead
Organization: Southern New England Ballet Theatre
The Nutcracker (Dec 2012)
Role: Waltz of the Flowers
Organization: South Shore Ballet Theatre
The Nutcracker
Role: Party Girl/Candy Cane
Organization: South Shore Ballet Theatre
Olive Kitteridge (mini-series) - Episode 1 (Nov 2013)
Role: Passerby at Pharmacy (background)
Organization: Playtone Productons/HBO
Bennight Brothers (web) - Episode 3 (Oct 2013)
Role: Passerby (background)
Director: Robert L. Lopez
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