“I love Los Angeles. I love Hollywood. They’re beautiful. Everybody’s plastic, but I love plastic. I want to be plastic.”
Hollywood is a place of friendship, betrayal, love, lies, and deceit. You’re either ‘in’ or ‘out’. You may be number two on Entertainment Weekly’s “It List” one week, but one slip-up will have you kicked off the list the next. Sure, you might be one of People’s “25 Hottest Stars Under 25”, but that doesn’t keep you from being on the outs the day after it’s published. Hollywood is a harsh place. You have to claw your way to the top and if you scratch a few people along the way, who cares? The world loves you and will bow to your feet.
But to keep up with the fast pace, you’re going to need to learn a few things.
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Dianna Agron as Daisy Hart ✖ 25 years old ✖ Publicist ✖ Open
She is known for… Her charming ways as a publicist. If you want a clean slate with the press, Daisy is your girl.
Her clients are… She has a long list of clients that could go on for pages. The most-popular ones are Laney Addams, Landon Ford, Grace Hart, Andrew Lee, Monica Gonzalez, Rodney Lyons, Eric Engles, Carson Leo, and Kyle Levin.
Daisy Hart. The smart, witty publicist that can get any client out of any bad situation. Wither her sweet smile and dazzling eyes, who couldn’t help but fall in love with her? Daisy is a very high in demand publicist who is paired up with popular manager, Timothy Soloman. Together, these two could fix or make any career. When Daisy moved with her family to fit her little sister Grace’s career choice, Daisy wanted to do everything in her power to protect her. As she did this, Daisy found Timothy. Daisy has an older sister relationship with almost all of her clients and does everything she can to help them stay on top. This, of course, is what her job entails, and why she makes the ‘big bucks’, as her mother jokingly says. She is a charming young woman and could have any guy she wanted, but she finds herself falling for Timothy. Yes, Timothy, the one that had a thing with one of his clients. A gorgeous model at that. Daisy was the one to clear the rumor up, saying anything for him. Daisy has managed to keep this little crush a secret, but it’s hard when she has to see his face everyday for numerous hours. She knows she should be focusing on her job, but she finds herself falling a little harder everyday.
Family. Family means the world to Daisy and she would do anything for anyone of them. Grace has a very special place in her heart though, a spot no one could ever replace. Her top priority is to keep her sister grounded, and finds it necessary to scold her when she lets the fame get to her head. Thankfully, this is very rare, thanks to Daisy. They share everything with each other, that is, besides their father’s affair. That’s right, this perfect little family isn’t as close as they seem. In Orlando, Daisy caught caught her father in the middle of the act with another woman. Daisy took it very hard, and shut her father out. She started sneaking around, partying, and even slept with any random guy she seemed fit. Whatever took her mind off of it, whether it was alcohol or mindless sex. She tarnished her rep as the captain of the volleyball team at school, and eventually got kicked off for not attending practices or games. When her little sister was around though, she acted like they were still the perfect family, and she would be damned if Grace ever found out. The time came soon when Grace begged their parents to move out to Hollywood and let her audition for a new up and coming TV show. Daisy was behind her one hundred percent. She wanted to leave Orlando and never look back. Eventually, after some negotiating, they finally made the decision. Moving to Hollywood was the best decision the family had ever made and Daisy was the grateful for the fresh start. New town, new people, new job. Everything was going to change, and her mother and sister would never find out about her unfaithful father.
Lyndsy Fonseca as Rebecca Erickson ✖ 18 years old ✖ Fashion Designer ✖ Open
She is known for… Her designs and co-owning spot at Forever Fashionable, a boutique in Beverly Hills.
Her team that she works with is… She works with Crystal Monet and a large staff, as well as many well-known models. Including: Monica Gonzalez, Carson Leo, and many more!
After years of doodling in her sketchbook, Rebecca has finally made it to the big times. She is co-owner of Forever Fashionable, which is sought over runways and red carpets around the world. The young talent met Crystal Monet, her co-owner of Forever Fashionable, when walking out of a bathroom during a rare dinner with her mother. Crystal was amazed at her natural talent, and after several meetings and a few signatures on the dotted line, they were open for business. This, of course, was after making all of their stock and hiring employees, but Rebecca doesn’t like to think about that craziness. The store opened with a bang. After they heard Crystal Monet was back in town with a fresh talent by her side, they couldn’t open their wallets or slide their credit cards fast enough. Throughout the entire process and the incredible amount of success, Rebecca finds the experience incredibly humbling. Her head didn’t get big once, as she always liked to stay practical. She’s still that girl that stayed in her room for hours working on designs, only now she has a nine o’clock opening to get to. It was a relief to graduate high school and focus on her career. She’s finally found a place where she fits in, where she can break out of her shell. Crystal has been her mentor for it all, and she can’t be more thankful to have her by her side. She’s talked her through numerous interviews, and welcomed her into the business with open arms. Rebecca also can’t forget that she helped with warming her mother up to the idea of her daughter being a fashion designer. At first, she wasn’t in love with that idea of it, but after showing her mother her designs, and Crystal working her magic, she’s completely supportive. The line couldn’t be more successful! That is until a new rival moves in down the street. Will Forever Fashionable keep their place at the top, or will they be thrown out like yesterday’s sushi?
Rebecca had a sense of fashion ever since she was just a toddler in a tiara. Just kidding - those things are tacky. She was born and raised in Hollywood, where her mother was an attourney for various A-list celebrities. While her mother was often at work, Rebecca practically raised herself - along with her fashion sense. Her mother never payed much attention to her, so she usually locked herself in her room sketching away at designs for hours on end. In school, she was always the quiet girl who made straight A’s and didn’t have friends. Often too shy to show her mother her designs or even raise her hand in class to answer a question. Little did she know that her designs would one day be be the most sought-out designs in the business. That was the case one day when Crystal Monet, a very prestigious designer, found her, or rather run into her. Rebecca has been carrying her sketchbook when it went flying. Crystal was in awe, as she had been looking for a protégé. Rebecca though, seemed to have a good clue as to what she was doing. The two had a long chat before finally saying goodbye and exchanging numbers. Rebecca couldn’t believe that she had met Crystal Monet and that she loved her designs. The journey only begins there. The two quickly became partners in business, and before she knew it they had A-list celebrities and models at their knees just begging for a look at one of their new designs. Rebecca was of course flattered; everything in the store was her creation. That is until a little someone moves down the street. Will Rebecca and Crystal be able to pull it together? Let’s hope.
Chace Crawford as Daniel Byers ✖ 22 years old ✖ Interviewer ✖ Open
He is known for… His easily-remembered face and sense of humor when he is interviewing or speaking.
He works for… He mostly works for E! News, but he also often speaks at award shows.
Meet Daniel Byers, the next Ryan Seacrest! At only twenty-two years of age, he is already loved all across the country. Girls in the 18-25 age bracket love him, as do some older women. When he moved to Los Angeles from New York City, he started as an intern E! News. He worked with Guiliana Rancic and even occasionally Chelsea Handler! That was four years ago, though. Now he’s more experienced and interviewing big stars on his E! Television segment, The Byble. He interviews stars, speaks about recent events in Hollywood, and shows funny videos that he finds. The people at E! love him, especially Chelsea Handler of Chelsea Lately and Joel McHale of The Soup. He used to be an often-seen extra on Joel’s show! When he’s not on television, he’s interviewing stars for his blog on E! News Online. And when he’s not doing that, he’s at an awards show, presenting awards to the biggest stars. And when he’s not doing that, he’s entertaining himself at his home in Toluca Lake with funny videos of cats. Overall, Daniel is a very interesting and talented man. Oh, and did you know that he can also act? He first got into the business when he was sixteen and starred in a Youtube mini-series with his friends, it was then that he knew he wanted to somehow get involved with Hollywood.
Daniel Byers grew up in New York City with his mother, FOX News Reporter father, and baby sister. He loved the city, the lights, and all the action that occured. He was certainly a big-city kind of guy. He went to a public school in Statan Island where he made a lot of friends. He was a funny and nice guy - albeit not the smartest - and people gravitated towards him like ants to food. He loved people and making them laugh, especially the girls. He is certainly a ladies man. Flirt, flirt, flirt is all he does when they’re around. It might make him seem as though he can’t keep a steady relationship, but this guy is actually looking for a commitment - he wants a girlfriend that he can treat like royalty. Anyway, back to New York. While he seemed all laughs and flirtiness, this boy had Leukemia. Luckily, they found it when it was still immature, so he was able to go through Chemotherapy and surgery to get rid of it before it blossomed into something that they couldn’t save. It certainly effected his life, but he has gotten used to it. But I bet you’re wondering how he got into reporting and television! Well, like mentioned before, his father is a news reporter on FOX and Friends in the Morning. One day, his dad took Daniel to work with him and showed him the ropes around the office. Daniel was fifteen at the time, and much to his surprise, he found it very interesting. So interesting that he decided he wanted to do it himself. Not necessarily with FOX, but someplace where he could have some freedom about what he reports. So that’s why he chose to go to Los Angeles, California and report with E! News.
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Blair Redford as Eric Engles ✖ 17 years old ✖ Actor ✖ Open
He is known for… His breakout role as the hot sarcastic Dean in Ten Things We Did (And Probably Shouldn’t Have).
His upcoming project is… Now that Ten Things We Did has wrapped up, it has been leaked that he will be playing the flirty new bartender at Sugar & Cream Coffee House in Small Fries.
Eric Engles is new to Hollywood scene. He’s been acting in theater productions since he was fifteen, but he never thought he was enough for Hollywood. Luckily for everyone, his parents believe in him and his talent. So when he turned sixteen, he and his parents moved to Sherman Oaks, an area of Los Angeles near North Hollywood. After finding a manager and a long year of acting classes, he began to audition for roles in movies. It was a long period of rejections, but it was the week after he turned seventeen when he was accepted for the role of Dean in Ten Things We Did (And Probably Shouldn’t Have). It was an amazing acting experience for him - an unknown actor in what was bound to be a hit teen comedy. And that’s exactly what it was! It hasn’t been released yet (it just recently wrapped up), but casting directors are already calling his manager to talk to him about roles in their show or movie that they would like him to audition for. Eventually, Eric and his team agreed on the script for Small Fries, a hit primetime comedy on the CW. So he auditioned for a character by the name of Lance and one week later he recieved a call from his manager, Timothy Soloman, saying that he had gotten the role! So soon you can find him on the Small Fries set, filming witty scenes with popular stars like Angela Larsen! Let me let you in on a little lesser-known secret: when Timothy first recruited Eric on his team, he didn’t really think the kid would go as far as he did so fast. Eric is a breakout star! You know, one of those actors that you see in one thing and then they’re magically famous overnight. Eric Engles is now a name that many girls will swoon over.
Acting is Eric’s passion. Fame was never what he was aiming for, but it certainly was a dream that he never told anyone about. He was that theater nerd that only hung around with the theater kids, quoting plays and laughing over things that happened during rehearsal. Even then, he was quiet and didn’t particularly reach out and try to make friends. You could say he was that quiet, brooding boy. But when on stage… wow. You would be enthralled by him. When he was in character, he was in character. You wouldn’t see him as Eric Engles, you would see him as whoever he was being on stage. Every movement he did was precise and well-rehearsed, every line was flawlessly played out… Eric is a fantastic actor. He’s very versatile, too - he could be an easily angered man one moment, to a know-it-all genius the next play. Behind all of the quietness and the seemingly-shy shell, Eric is actually quite a sweetheart. He’ll treat any girl like a queen and he’ll treat anyone right as long as they respect him. He’s witty and sarcastic once you get to know him, although the sarcasm can sometimes be crude and offensive. If he would step out of his shell, he could probably make friends very easily. His co-stars adore him - unlike many casts, this one actually is like a family - and he loves spending time with them. This overnight fame has been a whirlwind experience and Eric can’t wait to do more of it. The press loves him - he always looks good and gives them a good interview. His family and team couldn’t be prouder of this Pennsylvania-small-town born boy.
Josh Hutcherson as Garrett Donovan ✖ 20 years old ✖ Actor ✖ Open
He is known for… He is known for his role as the charming badboy Chace West on For The Love Of A Daughter.
His upcoming project is… With FTLOAD on hiatus, he is taking a break. No upcoming projects over the next few months - just appearances and interviews.
Garrett has been on the scene for about five years now. He’s talented, girls love him, and he’s cute. But he’s not the most versatile actor. He tends to stick to either the bad-boys or the douchey players. He’s had characters like that since he was fifteen - his first role was a bully on a kid’s show. Then he was on Nickelodeon, playing the rude player that used girls and threw them out like a used Kleenex. Then when he was eighteen, his manager Saige told him that the writers and casting directors for For The Love Of A Daughter wanted him to join the cast as their local badboy to charm the Martin sisters into sneaking around and lying when they were spending time with him. Little do the sisters realize that they’re both ‘dating’ Chace, when all he’s really doing is using them for their family’s money. Chace’s a senior, Danielle (Poppy’s character) is headed to college, and Stella (Lindsay’s character) is a junior. He hopes his character will be around for a while as everyone’s favorite primetime player. He loves working on set with Lindsay and the others, while he can’t seem to stand Poppy Chance. Although he definitely thinks she’s hot and wouldn’t mind if the image people on set thought it would make good publicity if they pretended to date… Or even with Lindsay. Both of them are pretty damn attractive, in his book.
Much like his characters, Garrett isn’t the smartest boy in the world. He always says the stupidest things when he’s conversing and he’s a major divo. He has to get what he wants, when he wants it, or no one’s happy. He’s like a pregnant woman with his up-and-down moods. While his characters are basically the same as him - they all seem nice and charming until you get to know them - he is very good at playing the nice-boy act. The world thinks he’s nice and perfect (what his publicist, who thinks he’s a big-ass pain, was aiming for), when really he’s far from that. Garrett is a flirt, cares about basically only himself and his image, rude, and two-faced. Oh, we can’t forget to include his crude sense of humor. It’s not really his fault he’s like this, though. Well, it is but it isn’t at the same time. Garrett is from Sacramento, California where he grew up with his drunk father and absentee mother. When he was fourteen, his father died from alcohol poisoning and he was left in the capable hands of his Aunt Carole, who lived in West Hollywood with her wife. She raised him as well as she could and supported him through everything - she found him a manager and publicist so he could follow his dream of acting - but he still held resentment towards his parents, which influenced his attitude.