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Actresses Dionne Audain and Shelia Cutchlow talk about their talent guide

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Actresses Dionne Audain and Shelia Cutchlow talk about their book "The Mid-Atlantic Talent Guide." Dionne talks about her appearances on Saturday Night Live.

Sheila Cutchlow is an actress and producer, known for Step Up (2006), Safehouse (2008) and Se habla español (2005).

Dionne Audain, who has recently been cast in Netflix's "Orange Is The New Black", is an emerging artist who began her career in the DC Metro area known for her passion, drive and dedication.

Having a BA in English (Literature & Rhetoric emphasis) and a Master's of Public Administration (MPA) from the number one program in the nation - The Maxwell School at Syracuse University, Ms. Audain's former life included consulting, budgeting and managing change in large government and private organizations averaging 70 hours a week.

After realizing that her drive and talent also had artistic inclinations, Ms. Audain set her sights on acting. Having "performed" since the age of two in pageants, dance troupes, story telling competitions, original poems and of course plays - she was a natural and force waiting to be unleashed.

During the last four years, under the tutelage of great teachers, coaches and training programs, she has accomplished an impressive resume with local, regional and national credits in theater, film, television, voice-overs and print.