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Tina Surabian cast as “Mia” in “Stash”


Terry has cast Tina Surabian to play the supporting role of “Mia” for “Stash.”  Tina is originally from Massachusetts, where she started dancing at the age of 3.  Trained in ballet, tap, modern jazz and belly dancing, Tina now teaches belly dancing in East Hampton, NY.  Her love of acting came naturally , as dancing is a similar art form where one becomes somebody else as they perform a story.  Tina is a graduate of the John Robert Powers Finishing School.  She has taken acting classes with Steve Hamilton and Emma Walton of the Bay Street Theatre.  Trained privately with acting coach D. Candis Paule.  Studied with Anthony Mannino of NYC and is a graduate of the Weist-Barron School for Film and Television in New York City .  Tina has done a vast amount of extra work on films and in television, PSAs, and under fives.  Her other passions in life are Yoga & cooking.  Being of Armenian & French decent, this also came naturally. Tina is totally thrilled to be part of this project.  Terry says, “Tina made an impact the moment I saw her, which was a prerequisite for the character.  I wanted a woman with curves that could turn heads and she certainly does that.  Combine this with her unmatched enthusiasm to play the part, there was no way I could deny her the opportunity.”

Almog Pail cast to play “Faith Daniels” in “Stash”

Terry has chosen Almog Pail to play the lead role of “Faith Daniels” in the segment “Stash.” Almog (pronounced like Vogue) originates from Israel, is a graduate of the Theatre Arts Department at Tel Aviv University and the international program at HB Studio, NYC. Terry says, “I was immediately struck by her stunning beauty and natural positive personality. She reminds me of a cross between the onscreen charisma of Julia Roberts (when she first electrified the screen), the acting ability of Laura Linney mixed with Debra Messing’s radiant red-haired good looks. The other thing about Almog is her incredible contagious smile. I feel confident the audience is going to love her as “Faith” and care about her outcome.”