WELCOME TO THE OFFICIAL WEBSITE OF SANDRA DEE RICHARDSON
Sandra Dee is a professional Award-winning American actress, producer, and director. This website exhibits her work in acting, producing, directing, and scriptwriting in film, television, theater, internet, and commercials. Sandra's work has earned her over 30-lifetime awards. Her extensive experience includes producing and casting films, teaching and coaching actors and models, and providing her knowledge behind the scenes working with production companies. A firm believer in both the Stanislavski and Meisner methods, she uses both to exhibit her dynamic talents on screen.
Sandra Dee is an American actress, producer, writer, and director. She earned her degree in Business Communications with an emphasis on marketing and minored in theater. Ms. Dee has worked professionally since 1984. Her training was gained from the South Coast Repertory in Costa Mesa, Ca, the former Robert Conrad Studios in Burbank Ca, and with four other acting training centers and two private coaches. Sandra's credits encompass various genres of entertainment from singing to acting, landing lead, and supporting roles in film, commercials, theater, and television.
Outside of acting, Sandra co-owns RS Rich Enterprises, Inc., and entertainment company. Sandra has produced and/or directed eight films.
When not on stage or in front of the camera, Sandra is teaching acting and marketing classes, writing books and screenplays in addition to hosting her own talk show on Hertube.TV. To learn more about Sandra, visit her bio page.
"It's always nice to hear people say, "Sandra Dee, you did a great job!" I'm really glad that my fans love my work, but the truth is that performing is something I love to do for both myself and others. Many people believe that acting is easy and fun, but acting is not as easy as many great talented and gifted actors make it seem. It takes skill to know how to say the words in a convincing manner on cue to invoke a response from your inner person and from your fellow actors. I love the challenge in finding the moments that matter. The moments that make the scene work just right. I find that even in serious scenes I invoke a smile, a chuckle or a feeling from the viewer that is totally unexpected. I do that because I find a little bit of myself in each character that I play and I intertwine both the person on the page with my own unique personality to develop and live within the character. When I touch emotions of the viewer, I know I've done my job.
"Acting isn't something you want to do, it's something you have to do. " ~ Sandra Dee