2nd Hollywood Screening of “New Slang” was Huge Success!

Congratulations again to the “New Slang” gang! La’Princess alongside cast mates; Chance Harlem Jr. & Troy Curvey headed to the world famous Chinese Theater in Hollywood, CA a second time for the screening More »


“New Slang” Screening in Hollywood, CA!

Independent filmmakers came together Saturday night for Joseph Alvarez & Dave Brown’s Indie Night event at the TCL Theater in Hollywood, CA. La’Princess was in attendance as “New Slang” screened after Salli Richardson-Whitfield’s bio-play More »

Watch “When a Woman’s Fed Up” today!

“When a Woman’s Fed Up” now available at Red Box, Netflix and your local Wal-Mart. Visit websites for availability! More »

New Slang

Let 2014 begin…with “New Slang!” La’Princess first project of the year was a short comedy skit about a guy who gets caught up in a lie after his girlfriend catches him texting More »

Pick ‘n Roll Picked-up by Punch TV Network

From YouTube to your TV tube…make way for “Pick ‘n Roll” the series. After shooting the web-series in early 2012, executive producer Lee Morris, worked out an exclusive deal with Punch TV Network More »

CASTING: La’Princess Now Seeking Actors for 2nd Short Film

Following the amazing filming success of short film Last Call, La’Princess and the gang are gearing up for project #2 of the year. A new suspenseful/thriller story tentatively titled “The Painting’s of John Daniels.” Casting will take place early October in Hollywood. Breakdowns are listed below, please submit your headshot/resume & acting reel via Actors Access. Break a leg!


Non-Union Short Film

[JOHN DANIELS] Male / Lead / Caucasian / 28 – 40
Description: John is in his mid to late 30’s and is a very shy, timid & hard working entry-level worker. He’s very anti-social and stays to himself. He stays alone in a one bedroom apartment and has no girlfriend, no kids and lives a pretty born life. He goes to work, comes home, watch a little television and paints. He works for a computer programming company as a programming associate. He does all the work for the manager of the branch, but the manager takes all the credit for his work. John is very passive and lets people run over him. After he discovers a brutal murder, his life instantly changes and things begin to look up for him….BUT only as long as he keeps his secret.

[MARLENE COLFAX] Female / Lead / Caucasian / 25 – 35
Description: Marlene is a very beautiful, sexy and cool woman. The scary part is Marlene is actually a demon sent down by the devil to take John’s mind off of what he seen. In John’s eye, Marlene is the perfect and model type of woman that continues to sweep him off his feet. Marlene must know how to speak either French or Italian **(If you don’t know how to speak either languages, don’t panic. She only has a few lines speaking French or Italian, so if you’re willing to learn, please submit)** She instantly steals John’s heart and he falls in love with her. Marlene is sweet but also has a side of her that is very tough.

[DAN ''SATAN'' ANDERSON] Male / Supporting / Caucasian / 28 – 45
Description: Dan must be evil, slick, smooth, witty and very scary. At the beginning of the film he is Satan in his rare form, scary and demonic looking. However, throughout the film he will be in human form, very attractive but with a eerie overtone …looking for Freddy Kruger like actor with a evil but slick persona. Think Peter Stormare of Constantine meets Robert Englund from Nightmare on Elm St. Lucifer is a very attractive man but scary looking.

[DETECTIVE MORRIS] Male / Supporting / Caucasian / 35 – 50
Description: A gritty, tough & old school detective. Very determined to crack every case he’s assigned to. He’s a stressed looking detective who looks like he gets no sleep. He’s always working and feels that John knows what happen the night of the murder. Morris is a well built officer with a super detective look. He’s the best homicide detective on his force.

[JIM DOUGLAS] Male / Supporting / Caucasian / 30 – 45
Description: A mean, sarcastic asshole supervisor who picks on John for no reason. He makes John stay hours after his shift to correct all the mistakes he (Jim) makes in accounting and other duties. Jim has an Italian or French look to him. Jim has a lot of money and his career is built off of bullying his employees and forcing them to do more work than is expected.

[DENISE DANIELS] Female / Supporting / Caucasian / 18-20
Description: Daughter of John & Marlene. A teenage girl with no filter on her mouth. Not afraid to speak her mind.

[DAN DANIELS] Male / Supporting / Caucasian / 18-20
Description: Sixteen year old son of John & Marlene. Confesses a secret to his family in which he is extremely proud of. Actor must be 18 TLY.

[MARY HENSON] Female / Day Player / Caucasian / 25 – 35
Description: Mary is a news reporter. She is a beautiful, proper speaking woman. 1 scene/1 paragraph

[MRS. BRAXTON] Female / Day Player / Caucasian / 25-35
Description: Wife of victim Nicolas Braxton who is interviewed by news reporters. Actress will need to be able to cry on-screen. 1 scene/1 paragraph

“Last Call” : THAT’S A WRAP!

The year of 2014 has been an extremely productive year for La’Princess. Starting off with the idea of producing her own material – first off – a short film titled “Last Call.” A dramatic romance story directed by partner JayTee Thompson. La’Princess also played the role of “Tericka” in the film; a bartender who begins dating the male lead. Filming was completed mid-September with the best cast and crew anyone could ever ask for. The film will be pushed for the 2015 film festival circulation. Check back soon for more updates.

“Clash of Generations” Welcomes La’Princess Back on Stage!


La’Princess sharing the stage with cast mates Joyce Erickson and Alan Saunders Jr. in “Clash of Generations.”


     It has been 10 long years since La’Princess has graced the stage in front of a live audience! On September 6, 2014, La’Princess performed in a 15-minute dramatic vignette titled “Clash of Generations” as part of The Revolution: Chaos show held at the James Armstrong Theater in Torrance, California. The show was directed by Ross Ross and served as the opening night to what is called The Revolution. The Revolution is a group of 30 or so actors who are all apart of one or more projects written & directed by Ross. La’Princess was granted the opportunity to play the role of Trina in this twisted storyline alongside fellow actors; Alan Saunders Jr., Joyce Erickson, Age Wilson & Juston Graber. The audience absolutely loved “Clash of Generations” and received amazing reviews. Will there be an encore of Chaos? Stay tuned….

2nd Hollywood Screening of “New Slang” was Huge Success!

Congratulations again to the “New Slang” gang! La’Princess alongside cast mates; Chance Harlem Jr. & Troy Curvey headed to the world famous Chinese Theater in Hollywood, CA a second time for the screening of short film “New Slang.” As expected, the audience loved it and wanted more. What’s next from this trio? Will there be a New Slang 2?? “We’ll see about that one….” Stay tuned.

TV One Pilot “White Sista’s”

Bring out the youth! La’Princess was recently cast in the new TV pilot “White Sista’s” starring Golden Brooks, Paula Jai Parker, Elise Neal, Countess Vaughn and Lisa Wu. La’Princess played the younger version of “Stone” portrayed by Golden Brooks. A mental case character with some serious issues who is beginning to stir up drama within the family. The pilot is being directed by Paula Jai Parker and was documented for TV One’s new reality show “Hollywood Diva’s.” Stay tuned for this one….