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Published:April 17th, 2014 15:58 EST

Judyth Piazza interviews Constance Brenneman On The American Perspective

By Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)

Constance Brenneman (PLAYS the mother character in the film, MARY HARRIS in The Toy Soldiers)

Constance Brenneman began her acting career with one-woman shows portraying Marry Harris Jones "Mother Jones" and other prominent women in American History. After winning national performance competitions for these portrayals, Constance began doing more theater, film, voice over and television work, honing her craft at Carnegie Mellon Universities School of Drama.

Upon graduation, Constance played roles in the one-hour drama`s "Alias" and "The Practice," and worked further in feature films such as "Swing," "Mary and Joe," "Love and Other Drugs," "The Next Three Days," and "A Lesson of Love." Additionally, Constance spent nearly four years as a television host and broadcaster for a network television station.

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