Andrea Shreeman Gregor Collins co-wrote and are currently packaging the feature film It's a Good Day to Die. Andrea began acting at age 15 in summer stock theater. She was a founding member of No Time, a sketch troupe still performing on the campus of George Washington University (now under the name Recess). She made over 75 appearances as various characters with The Standard Deviants, an educational comedy team still airing on PBS. Andrea has written and performed 7 one-person shows including Bambi’s Box which received glowing media notice and a win at 15 Minutes of Fem. She appeared on the second run of Comedy Central’s Make Me Laugh alongside comedians Scott Larose and Rick Overton. In 2008 she served as Director of Fundraising on the Sundance Award-Winning Documentary, Fuel. She holds an MFA in Acting from USC, has studied extensively with acting coach Larry Moss and is a Writers Boot Camp graduate.
Gregor Collins began his entertainment career as a producer for reality TV. He left reality to pursue the theater, and established a reputation in the indie film world as a tireless and talented actor. Most recently he produced/starred in the critically-acclaimed feature, Night Before the Wedding, produced/co-wrote/starred in the forthcoming, Goodbye Promise, and is currently working on his debut book, I Just Met a Girl Named Maria, about his unlikely, real-life romance with renowned Holocaust Refugee, Maria Altmann. He holds a BA in Media Production from Florida State University. Stay tuned to Rex Sikes Movie Beat for other great archived interviews, cast and crew listings, events, festivals, premieres, and more at rexsikes.com
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