Summer Moore, Colorado Native and Star of the New Web Series, Peace and Quiet, Brings Hollywood to Colorado

Aug 17 2013, 3:18am CDT | by

Denver, CO, August 17, 2013 --( Summer Moore, raised in Colorado, has appeared in numerous theatre performances across the country. Her resume contains many television shows including: The Doctors, Banzai, The Andy Dick Show, Days of Our Lives; as well as many film appearances in Just Married, Deliver Us from Eva, Catch Me if You Can, 29 Reasons to Run, Deadland, and many more. She was trained at University of Southern California, as well as the prestigious Groundlings Theatre.

In addition to redefining her craft as an innovative new actress, Moore has begun spreading her wings in Hollywood. She has become a triple threat. She recently released her new webisode Peace and Quiet (to select viewers) which she wrote, produced, and starred in. The production came into fruition due to her special method of finding success in Hollywood, which she intensely put into practice this year.

Moore is trying to impress upon Hollywood, a new way to operate and find success, by helping others be successful first. She follows the method that The Diamond Cutter Institute teaches and has extensively trained on it. The goal of the Diamond Cutter Institute is to help people globally achieve success in every part of their lives. This method for success, is allowing for doors to swing open for her that were closed in the past.

Continuing with this method, her efforts are bringing a feature film to filming to Colorado this year. She intends to use as many Colorado Filmmakers as possible. She will put many locals into the film, and feature various businesses. With the success of the film, she hopes to help the people of Colorado, who have been hurting from multiple disasters over the years, and bring back tourism to the beautiful state. Moore wrote the screenplay of the feature film and is producing and starring in it, as well. She has even cast a Colorado native as one of the other leads in the film, to help them achieve success in Hollywood. Currently the film is under non-disclosure agreement, as she intends to take the film festival circuit by storm.

Moore continues to be out and about in Hollywood, attending various red carpet events and Charity Galas - and is known as a style trend setter. She recently attended the Red Carpet Charity Event for 3RockD. Hollywood can expect many more good things to come from her creativity and philanthropic attitude.

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