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Lillee Jean In Little Women Jo March Dramatic Emotional Scene S2.E05 | So Lillo Qui



Lillee Jean performs in an audition tape with a monologue from Little Women by Louisa May Alcott (Greta Gerwig Script Adaption) of Jo March's "I Want to Be Loved". The fiery scene that is empowering for women dives deep into Jo's dilemma of wanting love, but for the right reasons: who she is, and because she truly is in love. The actress is currently filming her upcoming project, "The Trapper Trap - Part 1". She will be directing, starring in, and writing the original script for the project alongside famous comedian and Puerto Rican actor Edgardo Rubio. Jean also was recently interviewed by Yitzi Weiner, on facing antisemitism, and rising above!


She says in the article,

"Lillee Jean Productions is standing up against hate by not hiding my Jewish heritage, faith, and by working with Jewish companies, such as Lazorgan Beauty, as their American model. Additionally, I believe in diversity, and everyone is welcomed to work for me and my company, regardless of faith, and beliefs."

About:

Lillee Jean Trueman is a vibrant and skillful young actress from New York City. She has trained at the renowned T. Schreiber Studio extensively studying the Meisner Technique with Nick Landry, various dialects from Page Clements, and under Hollywood actors Michel Corbiere and Edgardo Rubio. She is most known for the Hollywood celebrity talk show Lillee Jean TALKS! Live, and the productions she directed, produced, and wrote including the breakout short film Miss Roxie and the comedy Peony and Violet. Her most recent show, So Lillo Qui, focuses on monologues and dialogues performed by the actress with pieces self-written such as 'Cafe Goodbye'. She is of Russian and Jewish descent, possesses an operatic soprano voice, and is skilled in the British RP dialect and the Queen's (NYC) dialect.


American Hustle Scene:




Watch Episode 17 of So Lillo Qui by Lillee Jean

Original story by Lillee Jean Trueman. We are taken directly to the scene where the main character, Elizabeth, experiences an emotional breakup.


Watch Miss Roxie Short Film by Lillee Jean:

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WRITER: ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY AND STORY BY LILLEE JEAN TRUEMAN.



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Lillee Jean In Little Women Jo March Dramatic Emotional Scene S2.E05 | So Lillo Qui

Lillee Jean In Little Women Jo March Dramatic Emotional Scene S2.E05 | So Lillo Qui

Lillee Jean In Little Women Jo March Dramatic Emotional Scene S2.E05 | So Lillo Qui

Lillee Jean In Little Women Jo March Dramatic Emotional Scene S2.E05 | So Lillo Qui

Lillee Jean In Little Women Jo March Dramatic Emotional Scene S2.E05 | So Lillo Qui



Lillee Jean

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So Lillo Qui - Season 2, Episode 5 (2024)

"Jo March"


Producer: Lillee Jean Trueman

Director: Lillee Jean Trueman

Editor: Lillee Jean Trueman


Cast:

Lillee Jean (Jo March)


Inspired by Little Women by Louisa May Alcott (Greta Gerwig Script Adaption for Movie 2019)

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Representation

Manager (NYC): Laura Trueman: Hello@LilleeJean.com


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