You probably know Caitlyn as Tripp Campbell’s friend Izzy Fuentas on DisneyXD’s series called I’m in the Band. We’ve met Caitlyn at tapings , premieres and charity events. She is so sweet , caring and talented! We know she’s an actress but she’s also a very talented singer! She got to sing on the show once. That was really fun to see!
Caitlyn was born and raised in Texas. When she was 10 she won a pageant for Miss Texas. In 2005 she won another award in New York for Miss Jr Actress.
She moved to Los Angeles ans was in the Prank’ d episode where Asthon pranked Rhiana. She was also a semi-finalist on the first season of “America’s Got Talent”.
In 2009, she was cast as Izzy Fuentas, Tripp’s best friend on the Disney XD show called I’m in the Band.
According to Wikipedia, she is going to release Bad Case of Love soon!
I’m in the Band was canceled and now Kickin It films in the same studio in Hollywood!
Caitlyn loves fans, making music, drinking Rock Star and acting!
Follow her @Caitlyntlove
She tries really hard to connect with fans on Twitter and is trying to get to 10,000 followers so please show your support and help us get her there!
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This may be the best kept secret in Hollywood. When your favorite comedy, talk show, and game show is being taped, most are taped in front of a live studio audience. Not only is it free to attend these tapings, it’s illegal to sell tickets to these events. Now, of course, you are probably thinking, “This sounds too good to be true.” In a way you’re right and in a way you are wrong. It is absolutely possible to attend these tapings. Simply Google audience tickets and you will find several companies that can help you get tickets. http://www.tvtickets.com is one of the largest companies that offer this service. You usually register on line and receive tickets through email. Make sure you read all the info about minimum ages, check in time, what allowed in terms of cameras or food.
The bad news is that these services often overbook tapings and having a ticket does NOT guarantee admission. Each show is a bit different but often VIPS (executives and family and guests of the actors) receive priority access, then groups that are specially invited based on a certain demographic (for example Shake it Up gives priority to dance groups and cheer leading squads). Then people who have been turned away in the past and allowed in. At this point the people with general tickets are allowed in. Some studios are larger some are smaller so there is just n way of knowing for sure if you’ll be able to get in. My advice is go early. Obviously, if there is space after all the “special” people go in the people in the front of the line go in next!
If you are lucky enough to get in, you are in for treat! There is often a warm up guy to keep the audience entertained in between filming. You may watch a prior episode or if its a new show, you may see the pilot to catch you up on the characters, setting, etc. Tapings take 3-4 hours and are very repetitive. One scene may be shot several times to get different camera angles or try different punch lines or expressions. Sometimes, there is a special guest star which is quite a treat! Most times the staff bring you pizza and water and the warm up guy has little contests and talent shows. Audience members can earn raffle tickets or prizes.
After the taping, you are usually allowed to get autographs from the actors from the audience seating area. Sometimes pictures are allowed but always wait for permission. Each show has their own rules!
I hope this has been helpful! Let me know if it has by leaving a comment!
The tapings I have been lucky enough to go to are:
Shake it Up
Pair of Kings
I’m in the Band
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