Carter Jade Love Irvin, C J Love, began her acting career at the age of 4. She participated in the youth education program at Player’s By the Sea and was cast in her first play “A Miracle on 34th Street”. Carter continues to be a student of her craft at Player’s.. and as performed in many plays including “Bunny Magic”, “Strega Nona Meets Her Match”, “The Shakespeare Festival”, and a host of other performances including improvisations. She’s always pursuing that inward transformation in order to develop a character into reality. Her passion for the arts also includes dance and music. Dancing since the age of 3, Carter currently dances with a pre-professiona ensemble at Jacksonville Centre of the Arts which includes classic Ballet, Modern, Tap, Jazz, and West African. Yes, she loves the stage and has performed in a host of events in Jacksonville including World of Nations, Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade, National Dance Week at the Jacksonville Landing, 10th Anniversary at the Ritz Theatre, and many more. Qualifying her as a “TRIPLE THREAT”, Carter is a violinist who has been striving to master the strings for 3 years. She participates in the Cathedral Arts Program (CAP) and has performed in the annual JAA Night of the Arts, singing with the youth chorus and playing the violin in the JAA Strings Ensemble, 2008 Christmas Contatta, and the annual CAP showcase at the Ritz Theatre. Acting has emerged as the craft that Carter decided pursue a primary career. She portrayed a child subjected to abuse in “Pretending To Be Normal” as Little Juanita and Miracle in “Stop The Maddness”, which are two stage plays written by Victor Antonio of Milk-N-Honey Entertainment as well as Group Publishing’s Christian Music Videos. Already SAG eligible, Carter was cast as a European Kid Golf Player in “Tiger Woods Meets Team Sports PGA Tour 2011”, a national commercial produced by EA Sports. Her latest work includes being cast in her first film Truly Everlasting as Young Felecia; this film is based on New York Time’s bestselling author , Brenda Jackson’s romance novel.
Felicia – Carter Irvin
June 28, 2011 by