Inspired by a Dallas tragedy that made headlines, Carroll's SAG Short JADED, is a work of fiction that seeks to raise awareness about the growing epidemic of suicide by shining a light on the loved ones left behind.
Marcia believes in living spherically…. artistically, professionally and personally. While celebrating the success of her SAG Short film, JADED, she's currently producing & directing the documentary, Losing Grace Finding Hope, the true story from which JADED was inspired. As a former news writer/associate producer/undercover investigator for both CBS and NBC News, show host for the QVC Shopping Channel, community columnist for the Dallas Morning News, and acting veteran, she values most her decade-long involvement as an actor and board member for the Contemporary Theatre of Dallas. She studied with Broadway Director Terry Schreiber at his NYC Studio, with Beatrice Straight and Jim Boerlin at Michael Chekhov Acting Studio, and at the American Academy of Dramatic Art. She is a proud member of AEA/SAG-AFTRA/WIFD/WIFTI.
JADED Screenplay: Semi-FInalist/LA International Screenplay Awards, 2020
JADED Screenplay: Semi-Finalist/Austin Screenplay Awards, 2020
JADED Screenplay: Semi-Finalist/Portland Screenplay Awards, 2020
JADED Screenplay: Quarter-Finalist/NYC International Screenplay Awards, 2020
Inspired by a Dallas tragedy that made headlines, Carroll's SAG Short JADED, is a work of fiction that seeks to raise awareness about the growing epidemic of suicide by shining a light on the loved ones left behind.
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