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A Strong Creative Force named Raewyn Bailey

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Motown Maurice's Hustle & Shuffle welcomes Raewyn Bailey. Raewyn grew up in the heart of one of the most beautiful places on earth. Santa Ynez Valley in Southern California. The careers of her parents Nancy Christine and Douglas Lee Bailey heavily influenced her growing up. Her mother tackled a strong career in Country music management and her father was a continental airlines pilot.

 
Her deep connection with the arts started to come into play at the age of five.  At the age of nine she painted her first oil painting.  She was later nominated for her short stories and poems which were published.  After graduating from high school she moved to Los Angeles to set her sights set on acting.
 
Raewyn Bailey has had the great fortune of studying with Ivana Chubbuck, Diana Castle, and Kevin Will.  She has been accepted into the Beverly Hills Playhouse and has studied under other coaches considering all techniques. She has been working towards her acting career diligently.
 
Recently she wrote and produced, five thirty second commercials for the Doritos Crash the Super Bowl contest along side Motown Maurice.  Raewyn has also been also been putting together two of her very own feature films in addition to being a major character on the show made for television called www.imaginethistv.com
 
Currently, she's been co-hosting the show Last Tequila Standing for VMas Productions.  She has also been cast in The World Series of blogging where her and her tv partner Sherryce Emery blog about their number one passion in order to gain prizes for best internet blog!  Raewyn Bailey is a strong creative force not to be missed by all those eager to view a fresh breath of comedy and artistic relief.

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