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2019 New Daytime reel LIFETIME #Killervacation with Alex Havins and Jacob Young
...the strongest member of the cast comes in the form of Avery Clyde's performance as the mysterious, scorned, and ultimately sympathetic Gwen. As opposed to Young's approach to playing Jake, Clyde manages to keep Gwen's intentions elusive and hidden well known to where the audience will be entertained in wondering what her endgame truly is and how far she's willing to go to get what she wants. Clyde also transforms Gwen into an effective (albeit presumably unintentional) parallel for Lindsey, showing that she is well aware of Jake's devious nature and won't let him get in the way of her getting him out of her life without wrecking her own in the process. Clyde's performance is so strong that it made me wish she had been the protagonist of Killer Vacation rather than the bland and overly naive Lindsey.
Article on If I Could Tell You by Meera Jagannathan
"Avery Clyde’s characterization of Abby is incontrovertibly astounding; I loved every single minute of her performance."
"Avery Clyde that is the real stand out. Deep emotions, without over acting. Restrained, yet moving. More than worth a watch!"
"...I promise it will hook you immediately. Clyde has some great range. In one scene in which she has a monologue, she runs the gamut of emotions. I always say that what isn't said is just as important as what is, and she nails it."
"Avery Clyde (...) deliver(s) an undeniable portrayal of a woman who has run out of options, ..."
"...but it is the lead performance by the relatively unknown Avery Clyde that is the real stand out. Deep emotions, without over acting. Restrained, yet moving. More than worth a watch!"
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"Avery Clyde's performance is so raw it leaves you feeling both empty and full, frightened and empowered."
Episode: #10.10 "Amelia Porter"
Guest Star as Amelia Porter
Running Time: 1:18 min
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