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Overview (3)

Born in Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Nickname Bon
Height 5' 7" (1.7 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Bonnie Gillespie is living her dreams by helping others figure out how to live theirs.

She casts SAG-AFTRA indie feature films and series such as the Machinima zombie smash hit Bite Me (2010) which made the leap from web to TV with Lionsgate in its second season. Her work on this groundbreaking series led to her membership in the Television Academy.

As a weekly columnist for actors in publications such as Backstage and Actors Access for more than 15 years, Bonnie has also authored several books demystifying the casting process and illuminating the business side of pursuing a creative career. The most popular of these books is Self-Management for Actors: Getting Down to (Show) Business, which has been named one of The Top Ten Best Books on Acting Ever Written and is featured on the Tom Cruise actor resource blog.

She tours the world teaching curriculum based on this top-selling book as a guest instructor at colleges, universities, actors' unions, and private acting studios. She also works as a private coach to creatives eager to bring a sense of control and fun to their storytelling journeys.

Bonnie has been featured on Good Morning America, BBC Breakfast, Sunrise Australia, UTV-Ireland, ARD-1 Germany, CBC Radio One, BBC Radio 5, E! Online, Yahoo! Movies, and in the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, and the LA Times. Her podcast "The Work" is available on iTunes.

Bonnie lives in Santa Monica with her husband, actor and script doctor Keith Johnson.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: bonnieathene

Spouse (1)

Keith Johnson (16 June 2005 - present) ( 1 child)

Trivia (2)

Cousin of Faith Salie and David Salie.
Ex-cousin-in-law of Nick Holly.

Personal Quotes (5)

Live your dreams. If you don't, someone else will! -- July 2000
If I had known how popular going into casting would make me, I would've done it in high school. -- July 2003
Any time I see someone succeed I am happy, for it affirms my belief that I live in a world where success is possible. -- March 2005
If you play the odds, there is no reason to ever attempt a career in show business. If you live your dreams, there's no excuse not to. -- June 2006
Have fun; don't suck. [September 2009]

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