Dora Kay (Talent)

Grove City, OH
Age: 72
Gender: Female
Ethnicity: White / Caucasian
Height: 5' 2''
Weight: 145 lbs
Hair: Brown
Eyes: Blue
Chest/Bust: 36 inches
Dress size: 12
Hips: 40
Waist: 30
Cup size: C

Types of Work Preferred:

Acting, Promo / Events, Theater, Band Gigs, Dancing, Voice-Over, Singing

Additional Information:

Special Skills:

Dancing, Singing, Stage Acting, and Improv. I also twirl baton. I directed my own baton and dance corp for 6 years in the late 80,s. We competed and won several trophies.

I play piano, but not too well. I sew clothing and costumes. I also embroidery and make seasonal door wreaths and other crafts.

Writing - poetry and stories. One of my poems was published in a compilation book of poems by several authors. i am currently writing a fictional novel.

Activities:

Horseback riding, hiking and walking my dog. I can ride a bike also. I love to watch all kinds of movies; and I enjoy reading romance novels, murder mysteries and thrillers.

I also like to excercise. I enjoy dance aerobics and using light weights and my Total Gym. I also work out with strechy bands.

I love to travel (especially in my car) and have been to several states. For 12 years I lived in several states; Nashville, TN, Daytona Beach, FL, Fairhope, AL, Phoenix, AZ, Calimesa, CA, and Baytown, TX. (I was travelling with a Record Producer)

Two of my favorite places are the Grand Canyon and Niagra Falls, Canada. (These I saw with my new husband of 3 years.)

Training:

Tap Dancing Lessons - 3 years - when I was a child. Piano Lessons - 5 years - in my teens. I learned Ballroom Dancing from friends in my late teens; and of course all of the modern dances as a teenager of the 60's.

In the early 90's I took a European Modeling Course through John Robert Powers. I graduated and did a couple of free gigs as a petite model.

I learned to act on stage in our local theater. I learned improv when training for the Ohio Renaissance Festival.

Experience:

My first play was in high school - "Feudin, Fightin, and a Fussin". I was a teenage hillbilly girl named Hyacinth. I got to speak with a Southern accent which I loved!

My second play was at Roundtown Players in Circleville, my home town. It was "Man of LaMancha". I played a dancing horse and a prisoner. I had a few lines. I was one of the few who could master the fancy footwork required for the dance. I also sang in the chorus.

My third play was "Jupus Redeye" where I played Mrs. Montraville (a bankers wife who played the piano, but not too well.) This play was written by an Ohio playwright.

My fourth play was "Prisoner of Second Avenue" by Neil Simon, where I played Jessie, the youngest of three sisters (the whiney one who cried a lot).

In 2008 I was chosen to be a street performer at the Ohio Renaissance Festival. My sister and I were silly nuns. We had no script, strictly improv. We created our characters ourselves and designed our costumes. I was also the "twirling nun" at the head of the parade each day with my baton. People found a twirling nun to be quite funny (especially in that habit!!) We were quite unconventional in blue and cream habits.

I enjoy acting and would love to even be an extra in a movie or TV. It has always been a dream of mine!

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