Actress and stand-up comedian Judy Dixon (“The Talent Given Us”) has signed with Phil Brock of Studio Talent Group. She continues to be repped by Gail Marx of Daily Talent.
Judy is currently in the gay romantic comedy “Coffee Date” directed by Stewart Wade and stars Sally Kirkland, Jonathan Bray, Wilson Cruz, Jason Stuart, Deborah Gibson, Elaine Hendrix, which opened at the Laemmle Theaters in Hollywood, CA and will have a limited release in New York City opening February 14th, 2007 at the Pioneer Theater.
As the sassy co-worker “Ann”, Judy's comedic performance in “Coffee Date” has reaped huge laughs from audiences nationwide and received praise from film critic Debbie Elias of the Santa Monica Observer - “Dixon is one to watch. With rapid fire delivery and a devil-may-care attitude, she flings zingers with the ease of flicking away a piece of lint- or a guy that ticked you off.”
Judy (judydixon.com) just wrapped starring in two horror films “Pashittu” written and directed by Ian Harris and “Negative Space” written and directed by Kevin Abosch. She can also be seen in the independent feature "Monkey Man", directed by Billy Jospeh, and “Running Out of Time in Hollywood”, directed by Catherine Carlen, which is currently making the film festival rounds.
As a stand-up comedian, Judy performs and co-produces along with comedian Andrew Hunt, the popular travelling comedy show, Comedy Cake Lounge in Hollywood, CA.
Founded in 1994 by Phil Brock, Studio Talent Group (studiotalentgroup.com) operates as a member of the Talent Managers Association and is a licensed California Talent Agency.