by Kim Lavine
We Worked for Months
Producing a sizzle reel for the show, writing, casting, filming, and then to my surprise, summarizing it all in a PowerPoint presentation.
Forget about all the glamour, this was big business, and as my production partners told me, in Hollywood there were no barriers to entry—as long as you had a dream.
This Time I stayed at The Hollywood Roosevelt
I was in love, going for a morning swim then eating my breakfast of granola and fresh fruit next to the David Hockney pool, as I went over our busy pitch schedule for the day.
I drove up Laurel Canyon
Recalling as I did all the stories of famous artists that had called it home, like Jim Morrison, Johnny Depp and more. I started lauging out loud and said to myself "I want this!
I Arrived at CBS
taking in the mammoth banners adorning the studios of their latest television hits and wondered if I was pretty enough; the woman at the gate seemed to read my mind and said to me, “You look really pretty,” before she directed me to my designated VIP parking spot—what?!