The Wonderful Thanksgiving Violet by Max Baker, live at BRIC
With her production company, Daisy 3 Pictures, Carrie directed the feature film, That’s What She Said, written by Kellie Overbey, starring Anne Heche, Marcia DeBonis and Alia Shawkat. It had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival and is available on all platforms. She also directed the feature film 29th and Gay by James Vasquez (released by TLA) and the short film Feet of Clay by David Caudle. She executive produced and starred in James Vasquez’s Ready? OK!, which played over 50 film festivals and won numerous awards. She wrote, directed and starred in the web pilot “The Dody Show,” which world premiered at the New York Television Festival. She directed the first season of the award winning web series “Darwin,” currently streaming online at http://www.darwintheseries.com. Selected stage direction: The Credeaux Canvas in Los Angeles, Girl Talk in NYC, and the upcoming Buzz by Susan Ferrara, currently in development. Also a celebrated actress, Carrie played Arlene Fowler on the hit HBO series “True Blood” for 7 seasons and recurs as Elsbeth Tascioni on CBS’s “The Good Wife”, for which she won an Emmy Award in 2013. She also recurs on “Person of Interest” and is currently starring in the new NBC comedy “Crowded”. Her many films include Virginia, That Evening Sun, A Bag of Hammers, Duplicity, Doubt, Vicky Christina Barcelona, Lovely by Surprise, Towelhead, Transamerica, Straight-Jacket, Mercury Rising and My Best Friends Wedding.