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Actress Cassandra Burrows Playing The Role of Aunt Brenda

Posted by myron grace on July 17, 2011 at 6:17 AM

Actress Cassandra Burrows Playing The Role of Aunt Brenda 

Cassandra Burrows, born and raised in Chicago, currently residing in Cleveland. I am a graduate of the University of Phoenix where I have received my Master’s in Human Resources Management. Although I currently maintain a career in Human Resources and have also been a member of the United States Air Force for over 13 years now, I have always had aspirations of being a successful actress/model. I knew over 15 years ago that I wanted to have a career in entertainment as I’ve always had a love for music and a passion for acting and modeling. I loved the person I became when I had to perform. I was confident about myself, proud of myself, and fierce! My new joy comes from the blessing of recently becoming a mother. Now I’m looking forward to continuing on my journey and excited about what doors of opportunities may open!

-Cassandra Burrows

Screenworks Entertainment 2011.

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Reply Mariohix
10:06 PM on June 29, 2022 
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Skilled writers use aphorisms to evoke big ideas in a relatable way.
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