Exclusive Interview: Theater, Television or the Big Screen, Dustin Quick Makes It Look So Easy.

Photography courtesy of Isabelle Ruen.
Wardrobe:      Temraza
Make Up:       Alice Atakhanian
Hair:                Armine Nazarian


A Native of Nebraska, Dustin Quick started her acting career on the stages of the Omaha Community Playhouse, created by the mother of famed actor Marlon Brando.  Soon after graduating from Pepperdine University with a BA in Theatre, Dustin’s professional career was set into high gear.  She performed Shakespeare for a 500 seat theatre Off-Broadway, wrote and performed in an urban sketch comedy troupe in New York called The Actor’s Gang, became a member of Company of Angels, the oldest theatre company in Los Angeles, where she played the role of Sally Bowls, and Variety described her work in “St. Elmo’s Fire” as, “Understated Perfection”.

Learn more about this exciting InFluential Woman in our March / April Issue.  The Exclusive Interview Conducted and Written By William Jackson is titled Theater, Television or the Big Screen, Dustin Quick Makes It Look So Easy.