Valerie Azlynn

Valerie AzlynnValerie Azlynn is an American actress. She studied in William School and Waterford High school. She was passionate about acting and that is why she shifted to New York City at the age of 17 to make a career in the acting industry. She started performing in the theater and also sung in opera company. She is mainly known for her film roles in Tropic Thunder, Surrogates, and Julia X. She underwent an open heart surgery at the age of 13. She also acted in various series, including CSI:NY as Eve Demming in "Not What It Looks Like," How I Met Your Mother as Dawn on "World's Greatest Couple," and Joey as Candance.
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Born:  Valerie Asselin, November 25, 1980 
Birth Place: New London, Connecticut, U.S.
Occupation:  Actress
Height: 5' 9" (1.75 m)
Birth Sign: Sagittarius
Education: Williams School, Waterford High school
First recurring role: As Melanie Sutton on TBS's Sullivan & Son
Nationality: American

On the day of the audition for 'Sullivan and Son,' I had three other auditions all around Los Angeles. It was so hectic. I remember changing in my car before I went in to read.

I love the Warner Brothers lot. There is so much history there. They've done such a smart thing. They have signs outside of each stage which tell you what movies and TV shows were shot inside. So cool... you can almost feel the ghosts of actors past.

I am not gonna say that a guy's looks make him have to try harder in any way. I don't believe that at all. I think if he is funny, smart and cool, he's all set. Looks are not very important to me.

Working out should be a key part of your life but not your whole life. When it is all a man could talk about, it becomes too much.

My idol is Bea Arthur. I really tried to follow her example. She is one of my comedy 'she-roes.'

If I could kidnap Bryan Doyle-Murray and force him to be in my family, I would. I love him; I really do.

I would recommend going out for more independent films. You can get bigger roles and really work your acting chops and build a reel.

I started in high school and regional theater. Anything that came into town, I wanted to be involved in, because I just wanted to learn.


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