Broker by day, dancer by night.
From the September issue: Actors who wait tables are ubiquitous in New York, but Broadway dancers who double as real estate agents? Not so much. But that could be changing. Camille Brown, an ensemble dancer in "The Lion King," started working in real estate in April and is a part-time sales associate with Weichert-Mazzeo. A member of the original cast of the Tony Award-winning blockbuster show (it's now in its 13th year), Brown is on stage every night at 5 p.m. But in the hours before she hits the stage, she's out hitting the sidewalks with potential buyers, trying to close her first sale. And in her breaks between dance numbers, she's checking her e-mail. [more]
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|Publication:||The Real Deal|
|Date:||Sep 10, 2010|
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