Sandy Sidhu Application Essay

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In my tireless dedication to highlighting the supporting cast of Hallmark movies, it was a joy and delight to uncover the talents and character of Sandy Sidhu. As a woman in the industry with considerable experience as well as a diverse background, Sandy is one who is just getting introduced into Hallmark circles, and after chatting with this sweet lady, I venture to say that we have not seen the last of this fabulous actress.

RH: Sandy, it's so nice to get to chat with you.

SS: Ruth, thank you for taking the time to chat with me today. It's just lovely.

You know, I love interviewing the leads, but I really enjoy getting the opportunity to chat with the supporting cast as well. And I think the fans are delighted that there are some great …show more content…

I got my degree in cell biology and genetics from the University of British Columbia in Canada. I was halfway through the program when I realized I wanted to be an actor. I had been in musical theater every year, but the first year of the university, I had to drop everything. The coursework was very intense and I didn't have time to focus on anything other than my studies. And during that first year, I found that I was getting very depressed and I didn't know why. I was thinking, "I am in this program, and I thought this was what I wanted to do with my life, so why am I feeling this way?"

In the summer, I went back to Vancouver Island, which is where I grew up. I was in my first professional production during that summer. It was Jesus Christ Superstar, and I got cast as Mary Magdalene and the chorus. If you know the play, it was the entire female ensemble that I got to do. And I was so happy, unbelievably happy. I noticed the difference in how I was feeling now that I was back in musical theater for the summer. I had missed that so much during my first year at the university when I was just focused on my studies. In fact, I went, "Hang on. Wait a minute. What's going on here?" It was the first clue for myself where I went, "Do I want to be an

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