Anemone JonesModel Female Los Angeles, California, US My MM URL: http://www.modelmayhem.com/anemonejones
Mayhem # 2569536
About MeA 5' 10", 1/2 Ukrainian 1/2 Welsh, chameleon. Strengths lie in an ability to transform according to the theme of shoot or look.
Graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Los Angeles, CA. I have the same philosophy for acting as I do for modeling as I do for life: I bring intensity, presence, form and beauty to all I do. If you are a fellow artist, wanting to collaborate and create something wonderful, send me a message.
Credits2012 Winner of Hawaii State Theater Council's Po'okela award 'Best Lead Actress' for portrayal of Nora in 'A Doll's House'
"In the lead as sprightly housewife Nora Helmer, Anemone Jones is nothing short of mesmerizing. To see [her] smile and twirl in delight is to adore her... [but] under the pretty dress, and the coy nibbling on sweetmeats... is a lady bubbling over with more intellect and astuteness than [her husband] or society has given her credit for."
-Midweek Review, June 2012
"Anemone Jones brings [a] nightmare to life in haunting style as the titular character in The Actors Group production of Henrik Ibsen’s once-controversial classic, 'A Doll’s House.' Jones is adorable as the childlike wife but that’s only the beginning. She touches the heart and wins our sympathy in the scenes where Nora searches desperately for salvation and a way out of the tangled web of lies she has created. "
-Honolulu Star Advertiser, June 2012
"Anemone Jones is beautiful, sweet and charming in the title role... Jones, who is making her DHT debut, is a delightful find as the heroine... [S]he is an appealing and versatile romantic lead... Her first vocal number, “In My Own Little Corner,” introduces her as a star-caliber vocalist and she lives up to expectations with each scene and every song thereafter."
-Honolulu Star Advertiser, Dec 2011
"Anemone Jones gives the best performance of the cast as the hapless Helena.... She is sweet and sympathetic and speaks Shakespeare's challenging dialogue so comfortably, you'd think that's how she speaks every day."
-The Modesto Bee, Oct 2008