Marina Anderson

About Marina Anderson: Marina is an established actress, professional freelance writer, best-selling author (David Carradine, The Eye Of My Tornado), jewelry designer (The Flying Goddess) and publicist (The Media Hound PR) for clients such as Robby Benson, Ed Begley Jr., and music icon Alan Parsons and Gary U.S. Bonds, to name a few. She is also a personal manager and career and spiritual consultant.

Her film/TV credits include Dexter (opposite Jennifer Carpenter); co-lead in the Emmy-nominated web series Sophie Chase, Law & Order LA, and Desperate Housewives; supporting and guest star roles in Dangerous Curves, Sex & Mrs X (opposite Linda Hamilton), Forever Knight, and Kung Fu: The Legend Continues (opposite David Carradine); the Genie Award-winning film 32 Short Films About Glenn Gould; and many other productions, national commercials, and voiceovers. 

Marina’s passion is helping animal rescue organizations. Look for her next book, The Adventures Of Lulu The Collie, which stars her beloved dog, Lulu, daughter to Lassie VIII, and keep up with her work by following her on Facebook. 

Full Name: Marina Anderson

Location: Los Angeles

Where You Can Find Me on the Internet: MarinaAnderson.net and TheFlyingGoddess.com

What I Do for a Living: I act, write, publicity/PR, design jewelry

What I Do for Fun: Many types of artwork from painting to sculpting to decorating furniture – anything artsy-craftsy, and designing jewelry as well as playing with my cat, Talulah

The Furry Members of My Household Are: Talulah, my black-and-white 19-year-old “sugar”

My Favorite Things to Write About Are: Things that help to empower people

My Pet Peeves Are: Bad drivers (I swear a lot in the car), people who aren’t straightforward (dishonest) and/or inconsiderate

My Guilty Pleasures Are: Eating chocolate and cookies with milk

How I Deal with Cat/Dog Hair: My favorite tool is a sticky tape roller…use it on anything and everything. I also vacuum a lot. Well…okay, not a lot, but I vacuum.

What I Want to Be When I Grow Up: To stay the “kid” I am.

Stories by Marina Anderson