Gameela Wright reprises role on Law & Order: Criminal Intent

Gameela Wright

TVI Actors Studio New York Career Coach and professional actress Gameela Wright recently re-connected with Law &Order:Criminal Intent head of casting Kevin Kuffa at a TVI workshop in January.

Gameela had already appeared on “Criminal Intent” twice in the recurring role of NYPD Detective Amanda Giles.  Back then, Kevin was working as an assistant on the series, but he remembered her.

We’re happy to say that Gameela will reprise her recurring character on Wednesday, March 2nd. Be sure to check back on the website for the air date!

Congratulations Gameela!

Gameela has really made the rounds of some of New York’s hottest and most enduring primetime television.  Additional credits include Law & Order, Law& Order:Special Victims Unit, The Sopranos, and The Onion News Network.

TVI Actors Studio is lucky to have Gameela on-staff, assisting up-and-coming actors with one-on-one career counseling.

Give us a call today at 212-302-1900 and schedule a free consultation with Gameela now!

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Acting school career coach shoots Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

250px-decapua.jpgTVI Actors Studio New York career coach Matt DeCapua took a day off from rehearsals for a production of “Showboat” at the Gateway Playhouse to shoot a co-star role on the 2009 season premiere episode of “Law & Order: SVU.” The episode will air Tuesday, September 23 at 10pm EST (9pm CT). Matt appears in the teaser.

The episode guest stars Golden Globe winner James Brolin and Emmy Award winner Chris Elliott.

Acting school career coach at HBO

B29B2D01-36F1-4EA0-8D23-EEC4FCE9C0B5.jpgTVI Actors Studio New York consultant Matthew DeCapua tread the boards at the famous HBO screening room here in New York recently as part of the cast of “Purple,” a new stage play being developed by Premiere Stages artistic director and accomplished playwright John Wooten.

Last Fall Matthew appeared in two plays at Premiere Stages. Each was directed by John and the latter, an adaptation of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” called “Humbug,” was also written by the talented Mr. Wooten.

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