Kristin Carey Net Worth

Kristin Carey was born, is Actress. Kristin Carey grew up in Santa Rosa, California with aspirations of working in the movie and television business. At a young age Kristin demonstrated a propensity for acting on the stage. She quickly became involved in her school productions. After graduating from the B.F.A Theatre Program at The University of Southern California, she has appeared in numerous national commercials, films and television shows such as "The West Wing," "Without A Trace" and "Bones." She had a 'recurring role' as Dr. Dottie Prewitt on the soap opera "Passions."Kristin was chosen by the Farrelly Brothers to play a supporting role in their New Line Cinema produced film "Hall Pass." She has played the lead role in a number of independent feature films. Her Sprint commercial, where she plays a studio executive, was produced and directed by the Farrelly Brothers. It has appeared in film theatres across the country.Kristin has earned rave reviews performing on stage in the plays "It's Just Sex," "Embraceable You," "Agency," "Evita" and the highly acclaimed original play "The War Room" which honored and raised money for the VFW. She gave a stunning portrayal of the complex personality traits associated with criminal behavior for the Los Angeles Police department. She has trained with acting teachers Ivana Chubbuck, Harvey Lembeck, Stephen Book and H. Richard Greene to name a few. She possesses an excellent singing voice developed through her musical theatre work on stage.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actress
Genre Teen/children Mockumentary Rockumentary Musical comedy
Created by Polly Draper
Written by Polly Draper (21 episodes) Magda Liolis (10 episodes) Bob Mittenthal (10 episodes) Michael Rubiner (8 episodes) and 2 others
Directed by Polly Draper (season 1–3) Melanie Mayron (season 1–2) Jonathan Judge (season 2–3) and 2 others
Starring Nat Wolff Alex Wolff Thomas Batuello Allie DiMeco David Levi Qaasim Middleton Cooper Pillot Jesse Draper Michael Wolff
Theme music composer Nat Wolff
Opening theme "If That's Not Love"
Composer(s) Nat Wolff Alex Wolff
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 3
No. of episodes 39 (+3 specials) (list of episodes)
Executive producer(s) Albie Hecht Polly Draper
Producer(s) Ken H. Keller Caron Rudner-Keller Kari Kim (1 episode)
Location(s) Brooklyn, New York
Cinematography Ken H. Keller
Editor(s) Craig Cobb and 2 others
Running time Approx. 30 min. (Episodes) Approx. 1 hr. (TV movies)
Production company(s) Kidzhouse Entertainment Nickelodeon Productions
Distributor Worldwide Biggies
Original network Nickelodeon
Picture format 4:3 SD/ProRes 422 codec
Original release February 3, 2007 (2007-02-03) – June 13, 2009 (2009-06-13)
Preceded by The Naked Brothers Band: The Movie

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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Awards and nominations:

In 2005, The Naked Brothers Band: The Movie won the audience award for a family feature film at the Hamptons International Film Festival. Of Hecht's attendance, he said, "I could see there was an audience for this. They're real kids, real brothers, making real music."

Draper received a Writers Guild Award nomination for the episode "Nat is a Stand-Up Guy" in the section of Children's Episodic and Specials in 2008. The following year, in 2009, the TV movie Polar Bears won Draper a WGA for Children's Script — Long Form or Special; it was the only one nominated in the category. In 2007, Nat was nominated for Best TV Actor at the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards in the United Kingdom. Moreover, the adult Wolff and his sons received a Broadcast Music, Inc. Cable Award for their work on the show's music. In 2008, the series' cast performed at the KCAs in United States; the following year, Nat was nominated for Favorite TV Actor.

Biography/Timeline

2005

In 2005, The Naked Brothers Band: The Movie won the audience award for a family feature film at the Hamptons International Film Festival. Of Hecht's attendance, he said, "I could see there was an audience for this. They're real kids, real brothers, making real music."

2006

In October 2006, online videos from their Nickelodeon website had been played over 11 million times. Moreover, before the show's debut, "a fan recognized Nat and Alex in a Florida hotel. She sent them a note: 'Are you the Naked Brothers?' 'They were so excited,' Draper recalled. 'The show hasn't even aired yet and now walking down the streets kids are calling out their names. They can't believe it.' "

2007

According to a 2007 PRNewswire article, the show "quickly became one of the top programs for tweens on television". The series is in a popular category of children's TV shows, along with Disney Channel's Hannah Montana and Cory in the House. By October 2007, Nick.com's message boards had 5.3 million pages viewed, causing online madness. The show has three video games online that have been played about 24 million times. Moreover, fans have downloaded over 800 thousand podcasts.

2008

Draper received a Writers Guild Award nomination for the episode "Nat is a Stand-Up Guy" in the section of Children's Episodic and Specials in 2008. The following year, in 2009, the TV movie Polar Bears won Draper a WGA for Children's Script — Long Form or Special; it was the only one nominated in the category. In 2007, Nat was nominated for Best TV Actor at the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards in the United Kingdom. Moreover, the adult Wolff and his sons received a Broadcast Music, Inc. Cable Award for their work on the show's music. In 2008, the series' cast performed at the KCAs in United States; the following year, Nat was nominated for Favorite TV Actor.

2013

For all ages, the premiere of the season one TV movie "Battle of the Bands" was quite successful, garnering a viewership of exactly 3.8 million. The second season TV movie "Sidekicks" debuted to a total of 3.6 million viewers, with the season's finale TV movie "Polar Bears" drawing 1.7 million viewers for children aged 6–11; the latter was the second most watched show for the week in that age group. The series flourished the most with the airing of the season three TV movie "Mystery Girl", producing a viewership of 4 million. A month later, the TV movie "Operation Mojo" was broadcast to an audience of 2.8 million viewers. When the season three TV special "Valentine Dream Date" aired, it was also successful; exactly 3.2 million viewers watched it.

2014

Despite the show's prosperity—in terms of its viewership ratings, as it came close to wrap up filming for the third season, network bosses urged the family to lengthen the season from 13 episodes to 60. Nevertheless, prior agreements had already been made between Draper, her husband and the staff at Nickelodeon that shooting would not interfere with the boys' school schedule. Network executives chose no longer to conform to the family's demands, prompting Draper and Wolff to cancel the series in mid-2009. Of the cancellation, no formal announcement had been made by either the family or network until Nat disclosed the incident to the press in 2013.