Carolyn Bridget Kennedy is a Canadian actress in film, television, and on the Internet.Click for full Filmography
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Carolyn Bridget Kennedy is a Canadian actress, writer, producer and director.
Carolyn began her journey in late 2011 when she decided to explore her creative side. With little experience, she conceived of a character and became the writer, director, producer and star of a one-woman webseries, “The Bridget Linden Show”, which first aired on YouTube in February 2012. As of June 2016, she has created 125 episodes of “The Bridget Linden Show”, which have over 750,000 views and she has over 1,450 subscribers to her channel.
In 2015, she created a scripted comedy webseries, “Danger Pay”, for which she is the writer, producer and lead actor playing “Michelle Scott”. “Danger Pay” is a comedy set in a small law firm. Michelle accepts a job that pays more than usual to work for a bizarre lawyer. She endures his antics so she can afford to pursue her dreams. The pilot episode was nominated as 2016 Best Pilot by WebFest Montreal. In 2016, Carolyn completed filming up to Episode 6 of “Danger Pay”. These additional episodes will be released in 2016 to YouTube on www.youtube.com/dangerpayseries. “Danger Pay” was also mentioned by Tubefilter as an “under-the-radar series to watch” in June 2016.
In 2016, Carolyn also wrote, produced and starred in her first short comedy film, “Super Speed Dates”. The premise of “Super Speed Dates” is that when a group of women attend a speed dating event, they find that the men’s responses are not normal and they miss out on meeting “super” guys. Carolyn also is credited as a “Director in Training” for this short film.
In 2015, Carolyn also collaborated as a co-creator, co-writer, co-producer and co-star of a sketch comedy webseries, “WBFTV Comedy” (Women Being Funny TV), and portrayed various characters in the skits. Two episodes have been filmed with more episodes being planned out for shooting in the near future.
Apart from her own creations, in 2015 Carolyn landed the role of the Chief Medical Officer “Dr. Victoria Hunter” in “Galaxy Trek – Vulcan: To Boldly Go”, a Star Trek inspired television series. Carolyn has appeared at various autograph signing sessions at fan conventions and even has her own trading card as Dr. Hunter.
Carolyn also plays “Lindsay” in the first two episodes of “Off Screen” (TV Series) and also was the First Assistant Director of the pilot episode. She also plays “Nurse Champagne” in the upcoming Herschell Gordon Lewis horror film “BloodMania”.
Carolyn’s creative drive continues to propel her forward with her future projects as an actor, writer, producer and director, including feature films. She continues to pursue roles in other productions to help fulfill her desire to help bring story to life.
In 2016, Women in Film & Television Alberta sent Carolyn to the Banff World Media Festival where she was able to meet with many industry professionals and promote herself and her creations.
Carolyn has attracted international attention with interviews about her career and her bold pursuit of her dreams. She has overcome many obstacles in her life, including losing over 110 pounds and keeping it off for the past two decades. Her optimistic personality and perseverance has endeared her to the public. Carolyn’s down to earth nature, passionate pursuit of her aspirations, and unique sense of humor and creativity have earned her a strong following on social media. She has been featured in online publications and print magazines and has appeared as a special guest on American talk shows and also podcasts and radio shows around the globe.
Carolyn continues to pursue ongoing acting, filmmaking and producing apprenticeships. In the summer of 2015, she had the opportunity to director-shadow for Director Neil Champagne on “Sir John A” (Short 2015).
She has also appeared on “Fargo” (TV Series 2014), “The Right Kind of Wrong” (Movie 2013), “Bluff” (TV Series), “Christmas Rescue” (TV Movie 2012), and “Heartland” (TV Series).
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