47 min

Ep 007 | Hollywood's Calling: Quantum Leap & Murdoch Mysteries Actor & Super Mom Georgina Reilly Culinary Chronicles - Made with Love

    • Food

In this episode of the Culinary Chronicles Podcast, Lisa talks with Georgina. After moving from Surrey, England to Toronto, Georgina Reilly, was discovered by celebrated independent filmmaker Bruce McDonald, who cast her in the critically acclaimed PONTYPOOL which then lead to her role in his Broken Social Scene Indie rock romance picture THIS MOVIE IS BROKEN. She is currently playing Janis Calavicci on NBC’s QUAUNTUM LEAP. Georgina recently wrapped up season two as a major recurring role on Showtime’s CITY ON A HILL opposite Kevin Bacon, as well as ABC’s THE BAKER AND THE BEAUTY. She was the lead female on USA Network’s pilot PARADISE PICTURES from the creators of the highly successful legal drama SUITS.



In our conversation, Lisa and Georgina talk about;


The different types of foods that she enjoyed growing up in the UK
What are some of her favourite spots to eat in LA are
What food was like growing up in her house
What her next big project is and where we can tune in to watch



Enjoy the conversation!



Resources:

Get the Show Notes HERE for exclusive episode insights and resources.

Use code PODCAST20 to check out the classes at LeDolci.com HERE

P.S. 60 second request:  If you enjoyed the podcast, would you be so kind as to review it on Apple Podcasts and/or Spotfiy?  It doesn't take long, and it really makes a difference in booking hard-to-get guests on the show!



For Apple Podcasts:  Scroll to the bottom of the podcasts' page in the iOS or macOS app and to "write a review".  Simply open this LINK in Apple Podcasts to rate and review the Culinary Chronicles podcast!



For Spotify:  From the podcast page in the Sporify app (iOS and Android), you can tap rate one to five stars, as long as you've listened to at least 30 seconds of an episode on Spoitfy.  Simply open this LINK in your Sporify mobile app.



Special thanks to our sponsors, Juli's Cookie Company and Le Dolci Culinary Classroom.

Music by Dusty Decks/Dust till Dawn/www.epidemicsound.com

In this episode of the Culinary Chronicles Podcast, Lisa talks with Georgina. After moving from Surrey, England to Toronto, Georgina Reilly, was discovered by celebrated independent filmmaker Bruce McDonald, who cast her in the critically acclaimed PONTYPOOL which then lead to her role in his Broken Social Scene Indie rock romance picture THIS MOVIE IS BROKEN. She is currently playing Janis Calavicci on NBC’s QUAUNTUM LEAP. Georgina recently wrapped up season two as a major recurring role on Showtime’s CITY ON A HILL opposite Kevin Bacon, as well as ABC’s THE BAKER AND THE BEAUTY. She was the lead female on USA Network’s pilot PARADISE PICTURES from the creators of the highly successful legal drama SUITS.



In our conversation, Lisa and Georgina talk about;


The different types of foods that she enjoyed growing up in the UK
What are some of her favourite spots to eat in LA are
What food was like growing up in her house
What her next big project is and where we can tune in to watch



Enjoy the conversation!



Resources:

Get the Show Notes HERE for exclusive episode insights and resources.

Use code PODCAST20 to check out the classes at LeDolci.com HERE

P.S. 60 second request:  If you enjoyed the podcast, would you be so kind as to review it on Apple Podcasts and/or Spotfiy?  It doesn't take long, and it really makes a difference in booking hard-to-get guests on the show!



For Apple Podcasts:  Scroll to the bottom of the podcasts' page in the iOS or macOS app and to "write a review".  Simply open this LINK in Apple Podcasts to rate and review the Culinary Chronicles podcast!



For Spotify:  From the podcast page in the Sporify app (iOS and Android), you can tap rate one to five stars, as long as you've listened to at least 30 seconds of an episode on Spoitfy.  Simply open this LINK in your Sporify mobile app.



Special thanks to our sponsors, Juli's Cookie Company and Le Dolci Culinary Classroom.

Music by Dusty Decks/Dust till Dawn/www.epidemicsound.com

47 min