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Meet Dulcy Rogers & Dawn Barnes: Extraordinary Role Mommies

Our latest Blog Talk Radio show featured a double dose of inspiration when we got the chance to speak with actress and playwright Dulcy Rogers and female karate expert and entrepreneur Dawn Barnes.

rogers__dulcy.jpgActress/playwright Dulcy Rogers has performed in New York and regional theatre, as well as in several new plays off Broadway. After moving to Los Angeles she guest starred on many sitcoms including "Frasier", "Wings", "The Savages", "Pursuit of Happiness," "The Drew Carey Show," "The Caroline Rhea Show" (in which she performed and wrote) as well as acted in such movies as "Father of the Bride II", "Rude Awakening", "Certain Guys" and "Almost Home" -- a short film she wrote herself, which was seen around the country on the film festival circuit. She wrote and performed her one woman show Ruth Draper and Her Cast of Characters, as well as developed two shows for television--one at the WB for herself and later another for her husband Diedrich Bader at CBS. Her latest play, "I Am A Tree" is currently playing at the Lillian Theater in Santa Monica. Dulcy shares amazing stories about her childhood and how she has managed to pursue her passion for writing and acting throughout her life.

DB-headshot2.jpgDawn Barnes (www.dawnbarnes.com) is the owner of Dawn Barnes Karate Kids, a karate school that teaches children the physical skills of karate while focusing and instilling self-esteem in each child. A former Hollywood Stuntwoman Dawn has 7 schools in California with over 2000 students, making her school the largest Karate school for kids in the country. Her schools gross over 5 million dollars a year (she opened her first school with her credit card)!!! Michael Jackson's children are always photographed leaving her school, Arnold Schwarzenegger's children studied with Dawn and many other Hollywood heavyweights. Dawn has created an anti-bullying technique she teaches all of her students. Being a mom herself, she believes children who suffer from low self-esteem are targeted by bullies. Listen in and be inspired!

Posted in: Blog, Blog Talk Radio, Extraordinary Rolemommy on 06/21/2010

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