The Fame producers, directors and writers were fearless and fierce. Not only could they take on a tough subject with style and grace.. they didn't water it down. Very proud to be a part of it.
OK. I am not a dancer and the FAME cast was so great about it.Jaime Rogers was the lead choreographer and called me "Doll Face" I loved it and all of the dancers who always made me feel welcomed! Miss you guys!!
The FAME producers and writers are the best on the planet. They gave Dusty the perfect song to sum up her feelings. I cried the whole day. So overwhelmingly beautiful.
This was my family's favorite scene from Dusty's first episode. Cause she spoke up... I remember David, my older brother screaming and slapping high fives.
Dusty's first scene with Danny and Chris. Everyone was so supportive. Inside I was freaking out working with these BIG stars. Nia kept saying, 'You're one of us now. Calm down." I tried, but I still get freaked out some. They are so awesome. Come on, Gene Anthony Ray... 'nough said!
First time scene as Dusty. What a rush. Dancers flying by with their kicks and flips. Mrs. Berge getting her groove on and the music is pumping hard. It was easy to be excited in this scene. The set was magical and the talent... off the charts!
"Fame" gave me an incredible opportunity to pay tribute the "Queen of Soul" Aretha Franklin singing "Natural Woman" I remember Debbie letting me know how much she pushed for them to create nice gowns for me. She's amazing! The outfit and jewelry was too! All the people who worked so hard to put...
Filming in New York with “FAME”. So much to learn and do in such a short period of time. Here's a small secret I never shared with anyone before. I almost didn't do a second season of FAME. I was asked to come back as a reoccurring character instead of a series regular. At the time I was back...