1 on 1: Susannah Hough Interviews Terri Dollar

Starting with just ten clients in 1997, Terri Dollar founded KU Talent which would become North Carolina’s premier and largest talent agency for young actors. Terri’s experience in the entertainment industry as a veteran child and adult actor, model, drama teacher, and stage mother allows her to provide exceptional services to her clients and industry professionals.

Susannah Hough is the Co-Artistic Producer of Honest Pint. She hails from Los Angeles but has called the Triangle home for many years now, and is a veteran of numerous stage and film companies here. Some of her favorite Honest Pint roles are Annapurna (Honest Pint Theatre Co.), The Night Alive (Director), and The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey (Director). She has appeared in the short films Righteous (Bombshell Studios), Endings (Turnip Films), and Katie’s Dog (Carbon Footprint), as well as numerous commercials, industrial videos, and TV. She coaches actors for auditions and teaches acting classes, as well. For more information visit: www.susannahhough.com.

Hear what Terri Dollar has to say to Susannah Hough about her career and the business of show.

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