I knew when I was writing '68 Anywhere Street' that the key role was going to be Kelsey. The entire story circles around her and her grief around losing her mother. I could tell from talking to Miriam that she knew what this was about. Her depth showed in her audition as I could hear it in her voice. But more than that, she is an accomplished actress and improv person, and challenged me on a few points in the script. I was fascinated with her perspective and ended up changing what I thought was a final script. She is beyond gold for this project, and I am glad to have her as my key actor. Can't wait to showcase her to you through this film.
Miriam Korn is an actress, known for Supernatural (2005), Break-Up Nightmare (2016) and The Vampire Secrets (2011). In addition to her voice-over work, Miriam is an improviser who trained at Upright Citizens' Brigade and Groundlings and has been working on-camera for the past two decades. She studied at UCLA where she graduated Cum Laude and works with the UCLA Medical Department with regularity, to continue honing her medical and scientific language skills.