August 22, 2010 by Post Team
Carrie Preston, Carrie Preston (Born. June 21, 1967), American actress in theater and film. Carrie Preston also produced, directed and edited. Her husband, actor Michael Emerson, and his brother, actor John Preston.
The life and career of Carrie Preston:
Born and raised in Macon, Georgia, artist and art therapist mother and the father of the geo-technical engineering, Carrie Preston Young found her true vocation in the performing arts. At age 12, became an entrepreneur in his garden in the company, as a producer, screenwriter, casting director, customer, director and actress. Carrie Preston later received a degree from the University of Evansville, after the current level of the prestigious performing arts school Juilliard School. After attending Juilliard, Preston continued to work in the performing arts.
Preston worked with her husband, actor Michael Emerson, in a series of projects. Emerson plays Ben Linus on the television series Lost and Preston was a guest star on Season 3 episode 20, the man behind the curtain. She was the mother of Ben, Emily few flashback scenes, although she and Emerson do not appear in any scenes together. Emerson and Preston were highlighted in the 2004 comedy straitjacket, and in 2008 a feature film is ready? OK!.
Preston is the co-owner of the company for the production of Daisy 3 Pictures James Vazquez and Mark Holmes.
Since 2008, Preston appeared in the current HBO series True Blood, as Arlene Fowler.
She appeared in an initial episode of Sex in New York, which is interesting considering the main character, Carrie Bradshaw and Mr. Big marry later took its name and become Carrie Preston.
On July 31, 2010, Carrie Preston and her husband, Michael Emerson (Benjamin Linus from Lost on ABC) read R. Gurney, Love Letters, which was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize for Drama, the scene of Charleston. Acting as fundraising for the theater in South Carolina. The readings are followed by a short, intimate Q & A session.
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