Donna Walters's Modeling Jobs, Acting Auditions and Additional Experience
I am a 53 year old woman 3/4 Cherokee Indian.
I've been married to the same man for 20 years and have 2 sons Matt (Matthew) 30 and Willie (William) 21.
I have lived most of my life in Va. But I also have lived in Owings Mills Maryland for about 12 years, before moving back to Virginia.
I live 8 miles form the Peaks of Otter, and 2 miles from the D-Day Memorial in Bedford, Virginia.
I love to make people laugh and laugh myself and at my own mistakes.
If I told you my life history it would be a comedy by its self. There is to much sadness in the world and people need laughter.
Some of the sayings I have are really off the wall I don't mean for it to come out that way but that's just me. And people tell me that I am funny.
My Chief and I do Indian presentations, and when Willie was young he also did them with us. I've been doing this going on 13 years.
I dress Native when I do them.
When I do presentations it's in front of all types of people. It can be from 5 or up to 100 people when we do them.
From small children to the Elderly, Boy and Girl Scouts, Nursing homes, Schools, Museums, and for anyone who wants to learn anything about their Native American cultural.
I have helped to bring 2 different children back to their Native parents who were in abusive foster homes.
I make all my Native crafts from nature like my ancestors did.
I also do Genealogy for Native Americans and anyone who wants to find their roots.
I do this for free.
I was in a play with the Little Town Players 2013 in Bedford,Virginia.
It is called The Fox on the Fairway, by Ken Ludwig. Directed by:Karen Hopkins
I play Murial Bingham an overbearing and stern Antique store owner married to Henry Bingham,
but I have a thing for Dickey.
My husband Henry put my shop up on a bet towards a golf game.
The Shows are Feb.22,23,24 and March 1.2.3 2013.
This was the best fun I have had in a long time, I felt right back at home on stage.
I did some stage acting while in school at Oak Hill Academy,
in Mouth of Wilson Virginia.
That was many moons ago. From 1973-74 and 1975-76.
I graduated from Staunton River High School in 1978.
I directed a play while at Oak Hill Academy. I got a standing ovation. The reason I say that it was because it was a
big thing for a 16 year old to get a standing ovation.
I can dance some but not a professional dancer, just playing with the music.
I sang male tenor in choir, only because I am lower than an alto.
I would love to do comedies again, nothing to serious.
No leading roles but would love to be a Mother or a Friend, an Aunt or
Grandmother to someone on a show or movie.
I would love to do a Western, or something to do with Native Americans.
I love Zombie movies and would love to be a zombie or act with them. I just love Horror movies.
I love to Improv and ad-lib.
I can follow someone else and never skip a beat.
I've been told that I have that gift to gab and never am without words. It just comes natural. I'm not shy or easily embarrassed.
I love comic situations.
When I did acting in school I did more comedies then serious parts.
If someone would give me a chance I think they would find out that the word quit is not in my vocabulary.