Shiri Appleby attended the “Refinery29 And Beachside Productions Strangers Series Party” at the Metrograph Theater on September 27th, 2017. “Primping for the STRANGERS premiere tonight 🌟”, wrote the actress on Instagram and shared a little clip.
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Shiri Appleby attended the “Variety Women in Film” Emmy Party yesterday, September 15th, 2017. “#aboutlastnight at the Variety Women in Film Emmy Party 🎉 #emmys”, Shiri captioned the below Instagram photo from the grey carpet. She also shared a behind thecatering scenes photo with her followers.
The 2017 Emmy Awards are taking place this weekend.
Fans of Lifetime’s “UnREAL” still have to wait for season three of the show, which is set to debut in 2018. In the meantime you can watch Shiri in Facebook’s very first series. She appears in the episode “Water Into Wine”.
“STRANGERS, the awesomely lovely web series I made last summer has the great honor of being one of @facebook first series. I’m so proud to be a part of @airmia22 directorial debut, she’s a star filmmaker and I can’t wait to see what she does next. Shout out to the equally talented @celiarowlsonhall who co-directed the episode. #ladybosses 💗 Please check it out – LINK IN PROFILE” (www.facebook.com/StrangersSeries/videos/113985252626884)
Shiri Appleby recently sat down with uInterview to discuss her latest movie Lemon, Bravo, her co-stars, and what she has planned for the future.
Working on “Lemon” and the whole experience has turned her on to the idea of pursuing more comedic roles. Shiri said “I want to do more comedy, I want to go in that direction because it’s a side of me that seems really untapped and I was really grateful that Janicza thought of me for this role and included me.”
Next, Shiri is going back to Vancouver, Canada and she is looking to direct again. She also tells: “I’ve got a handful of shows in various stages of development and I’m just working as hard as I can right now.”
Eight months ago Shiri announced that she started her own production company with the fitting name Appletree Pictures.
Head on over to uInterview and read the full interview:
Shiri Appleby On ‘Lemon,’ Working With Rhea Perlman & ‘UnREAL’