Weight: 92 lbs
Hair color: black
Eye color: hazel (or brown depending on what I'm wearing & makeup)
Shirt/blouse size: 00
I speak several languages. I can repeat words in other languages that I don't speak in a native sounding way (I have been told by native speakers). I have a keenly attuned ear and a PhD in linguistics. I speak standard English natively as well as Hawaii Pidgin. I also speak Spanish, Japanese, and a little German, French, Hawaiian, etc. I had years of martial arts training, so I could do fight scenes. I've been told I'd make a good femme fatal. I do some jazzy style singing. I play classical and jazz piano. I compose classical contemporary orchestral music. I've danced hula (traditional Hawaiian dance) since I was 9 years old. I've also taken classes in hip hop, ballet, modern, and folk dance. My husband and I are currently taking salsa dance classes (had 2 classes so far) from a world class dancer. At the first lesson the instructor said I was 5 lessons away from competing. I can learn dance choreography quickly and easily. I've also been told I'm very expressive and that whatever emotion I'm feeling fills the house--if its happiness, anger, or sadness. I've also been told I'm easy to talk to and a great people person. I've also been asked out of the blue to be a hair model more than once.
What area of Hawaii's Film Industry are you most interested in?
actor, extra, musician, stand-in, modeling
Are you available to work in student films?
Let us know your location status
Oahu resident, Willing to travel at the productions expense, Able to travel to Mainland
EveOkura.com (it's my professional website as a linguist)
Eve Okura Koller
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