Watch Carolyn Hennesy in a Powerful New Film


Fans of the talented Carolyn Hennesy (Diane, GENERAL HOSPITAL) will be able to see the actress in her award-winning short film She & Her when it premieres online on Friday, Jan. 1! The movie will be available to stream free on Vimeo at this link.  

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She & Her stars Hennesy as a jaded ex-actress whose past comes back to haunt her as a young up-and-comer played by Mackenzie Breeden invites her to publicly share her stories of Hollywood abuse. GH fans might recognize Breeden from her appearances as a waitress in Kelly’s on the soap! The short film also co-stars Gwen Hillier, who actually worked as a casting associate for GH before stepping back in front of the cameras to showcase her talents on shows like CRAZY EX-GIRLFRIEND and TRANSPARENT.

She & Her movie poster

Directed and co-written by Nate Hapke, She & Her had a private premiere in April 2019 and later screened in nine different festivals, winning awards for directing, screenplay, and best short film. This collaboration with co-writer and producer Rosie Grace was so successful that they went on to make two more short films together, Ride Share and To the Moon and Back (starring GH’s Dominic Zamprogna (Dante)!). And after screening around the country for over a year, the film will finally be available for everyone to watch on New Year’s Day.

GH fans always want to see more of Diane in Port Charles, but Hennesy has always kept busy appearing in plenty of different films and television shows for everyone to watch. Most recently she’s appeared in THE COOL KIDS, ADAM RUINS EVERYTHING, and MOM as well as Fatal Affair and Calling for Love.

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