A struggling actress and know-it-all, the acronym-obsessed and self-proclaimed “First Lady of Cuteness” would probably be voted most likely to bring a makeup artist to a mug shot. But there’s more to Tinsel than the sparkle of her name implies: Under the shiny and confident exterior is an insecure and lonely young woman who longs to connect with a world she only pretends to understand and with a mother who doesn’t understand her at all.
“There is a real arc to the story and the character. I was very taken with David’s scripts for Tinsel. They were alert and funny, then suddenly very dramatic – with a surprising heroine.
Then Aimee-Lynn Chadwick came into our lives and showed she could do all that and more...on a very tight schedule with loads of lines to learn. She did it all with responsiveness and constant good humor. We were, and are, very lucky to have found her. She is among the best actors I've ever worked with, and would again in a heartbeat.” – Michael Lindsay-Hogg, Director
AN AWARD-WINNING PERFORMANCE BY AIMEE-LYNN CHADWICK!
We could explain that in LOTS of detail, but then you’d miss the chance to watch Aimee-Lynn Chadwick’s remarkable 36 (and counting) episode transformation from the vulnerable know-it-all who has her arms outstretched to a welcoming world, to the wounded and hard-hearted heroine who’s determined to conquer it when its affections are withheld. Honestly, its a presto-change-o acting moment that’s shouldn’t be missed. Plus, it’s kinda scary, so there’s that, too.