MP3: Dallas’ Amy Acker – Joss Whedon’s Secret Weapon

19.06.2013

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Dallas’ Amy Acker – Joss Whedon’s Secret Weapon MP3

Alexis Denisof and Amy Acker, who co-starred in Angel, reunite for Much Ado About Nothing. Photo: Roadside Attractions When Dallas actress Amy Acker set off for Hollywood, she was smart to team up with producer and director Joss Whedon. She’s been featured in his television series Angel and Dollhouse. And now she plays the female lead in Much Ado About Nothing, Whedon’s movie adaptation of Shakespear... Source: artandseek.net

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