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November 15, 1991 - Image 114

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-11-15

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Thursday, November 28, 1991
1:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Start a new family tradition and enjoy a carefree holiday at The Hotel Baronette. Choose
from a selection of delectable entrees sure to please the most demanding of tastes.

14.95 Adults

Roast Turkey

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11.95 Children (12 and under)

with dressing, mashed potatoes, gravy and cranberry sauce.

Roast Prime Rib of Beef au jus

19.95

STONE CRAB
SEASON
IS HERE!

19.95

FRESH STONE CLAWS
FLOWN IN DAILY!

with Yorkshire pudding.

Broiled Norwegian Salmon

with a dill sauce.

19.95

Veal Chops

chargrilled and marinated with French mustard tarragon.

All entrees accompanied with a house salad — medley of greens, croutons, mushrooms and cucumber,
chicken rice soup, mashed potatoes, green beans, pumpkin pie or caramel custard.

/4 lb. Stone Claws - $4.00
/2 lb. Stone Claws - $8.00
3 /4 Stone Claws - $12.00
1 lb. Stone Claws - $16.00

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For reservations or further information call

(313) 349-6666

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• Coupon Valid Only at Southfield Location
Expires 11-30-91
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for commercials," she said.
"You have to be non-ethnic,
have that 'anybody's
neighbor' look and have
good teeth."
Women are more likely to
find work if they have bangs
and shoulder-length hair —
"if you look like you were
born on a Wisconsin cheese
farm."
And it doesn't hurt if your
hair is just the right shade,
say, pleasing next to a kit-
chen floor.
"Once I got the job right
away because, they told me,
`Your hair color goes best
with the Formica,' " Ms.
Dworkin said.
The whole process begins
when the agent phones, tell-
ing the actor he should show
up for tryouts at a certain
time and place. About 50
actors will come to the audi-
tion, "any of whom could do
the commercial," Ms.
Dworkin said. Next come
callbacks, when executives
for the company making the
commercial will meet with
the top six actor candidates.
Then the lucky one is
chosen.
Shooting usually begins
around 6 a.m. The commer-
cial's star will first get a
wardrobe fitting, which
usually means a plaid shirt
and pink, light-green or
powder-blue pants, and lots
of polyester if the commer-
cial is for floor wax. Next
comes makeup, which gen-
erally entails little. "They
want you to look very real,"
Ms. Dworkin explained.
Meanwhile, if food is in-
volved in the commercial, it,
too, is going through a beau-
ty process. Air is pumped
into hamburger buns to
make them appear plump
and fresh; sesame seeds are
painted and stuck on with
glue.
Ms. Dworkin says actors
are serious about commer-
cial work, even if it means
getting excited about French
fries or finding life's mean-
ing in a bottle of
dishwashing liquid.
"As actors, we're asking
you to believe us whether
it's as Olga in Chekhov's
The Three Sisters or selling
hamburgers," she said,
though she does laugh when
recounting one incident. She
was starring in a commer-
cial about cupcakes, and the
producers were determined
to make them appear the
most luscious food on earth.
They told Ms. Dworkin,
"Make love to that cup-
cake."
Ms. Dworkin is married to
publicist Andrew Freedman
and has one son, Alex-
ander.



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