Actress Paula Crandall grew up in Seattle. As a child, she was molested by a neighbor. “I feel that since healing from all of the devastation in my life allows me to access deep emotions with ease. I’m not afraid to dig deep.”
At 31 she decided to give a shot at acting and didn’t look back. “I love digging deep into my emotions to bring the characters to life. I love moving people and expressing myself through these roles. It’s very therapeutic for me.”
Her first break was the lead role in the film, “Evil In Plain Sight,” written by Sarah Kathleen Sullivan and Award- Winning Director Michael W Green. The film deals with hard topics like sex trafficking and a serial killer named Blake Rivers.
In “Three Nights in Hell, directed by Peter Leon, Crandall plays Judith Montgomery the Drug Lord’s wife. It is a comedy horror where three sisters cut a swath of death against a drug lord and three detectives race against the clock to find out why.
Crandall’s recent film, “The Tiny House” is about a depressed midwestern man who leaves everything to buy a tiny house and travel to somewhere warm. Hilarity ensues and he meets the love of his life Tess. Crandall plays Lucy a polyamorous woman who has her eyes set on Leo the main character.
“You Only Live Twice” is a series about friends who are fresh out of jail and rehab and are on a quest to help each other stay sober. Crandall plays Lucky. It is written by Christopher Prado and Directed by Allan Williams
For 2019, she has her sights set on acting, modeling, and singing. “I’m still looking for an Agent so that is a priority.”
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