Gammy L. Singer

Adding to an already eclectic and impressive resume, actress and director Gammy L. Singer has brought another color to her artistic palette: author, and she explores storytelling from a perspective that many more-experienced writers wish they could tap. Singer has been a teacher, a masseuse, a clerical worker, a proofreader, an actress and director. Released in March of 2006, her second novel, Down and Dirty: Another Landlord’s Tale has likeable landlord Amos Brown back in action. The first, A Landlord’s Tale, was recently optioned for film and television by Laurence Fishburne’s film company, Gypsy Cinema Productions. Ms. Singer earned a master’s degree in Writing Popular Fiction at Seton Hill University in Pennsylvania and has contributed theater reviews for the New York Amsterdam News and book reviews for online FlavahReviews.com. She resides in Harlem, the setting for her novels, having moved there from Los Angeles and has a daughter, son-in-law and two grandchildren living in Atlanta whom she visits
regularly.

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