Amanda Crew (Silicon Valley, Tone Deaf, Haunting in Connecticut) opens up about her “dark night of the soul” experience plus distinct moments from her childhood that, coupled with her environment growing up, could have led to adverse traits developing as an adult. Amanda also chats about her early acting career growing up Canada, appearing in Smallville, her newfound passion for directing, and her love for her fiance... but disdain for the term. Amazing convo on this one folks!
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This week on The Deep Cut, John Rocha welcomes noted actress Amanda Crew on to the show to discuss her career, how she’s dealing with the end of Silicon Valley and her new horror/thriller Tone Deaf costarring Robert Patrick. Rocha and Amanda discuss her personal journey from a young child falling into the career of acting, what she has discovered about herself on this journey and what her recent inner journey has helped her grow as a person and an actress. She also goes in depth about the roles that attract her and what she’s looking to accomplish in the next phase of her career. Amanda also opens up about her experience being on Silicon Valley and if the imminent end of the show has sunk in for her yet. She also reveals why she took on the role of Clair in ‘Tone Deaf’ and her experiences working with Robert Patrick. It’s a fun, relaxed and open conversation about one of the best actresses working today on TV and film.For more on Tone Deaf including the trailer and showtimes, click here: https://www.atomtickets.com/movies/tone-deaf/288005Follow Rocha: https://twitter.com/TheRochaSays
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