- Self Employed at Vaccaro CreativeOwner, present
- Mako GamesSub Contracted Creative Design Consultant/Producer for BEYONCE 'STAR POWER' Video Game, 2010 - 2011
NYC native Evelyn Vaccaro is a rising star in the film and television industry. Whether she is acting, writing, producing or directing, you can count on her to handle the challenges of the future.
Hard work and dedication have earned Evelyn the lead role in national commercials and films such as 'CrimeSight' in which she played a psychic heroine while performing all of her own stunts, a co-star role in psycho thriller ‘Intimate Madness’, a guest role on Flight of the Concords and Miami Medical Pilot, her most recent role on a horror comedy 'Mansion of Blood' starring Gary Busey, and more.
In 2010, Evelyn won a contract with Mako Games to be the Creative Design Consultant/Producer for the BEYONCE 'Star Power' dance video game. She helped originate the main storyline and continued to work along with the Creative Director and development team to ensure it's authenticity. She produced video shoots, held game testing sessions, acted as talent, helped with game play choreography and worked closely with talent.
as a Mako Games Sub Contracted Creative Design Consultant/Producer for an interactive dance video game and more.
Her humanitariun efforts throughout the years has led her to her most loved role as an International Spokesperson for ChildFund International.
Her love for nature and the welfare of children had her looking to her producer side to find a way to give children a voice to show them they have the power to make a difference for their future. The result was a song and music video idea originated by Evelyn that would create awareness and direct funding to help the children called 'If the Earth Could Speak' of which she is also co-writer and co-producer.
Talent and Flexibility:
Young Celebrities Help Japan
By Cynthia Price, Director of Communications
Children helping children is the idea behind the music video “If the Earth Could Speak.”
Pulled together in the wake of the earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan in March, it originated with Evelyn Vaccaro, a spokesperson for ChildFund International. “I’d been thinking about how children could sing on behalf of children to benefit children,” Vaccaro says. “When the Japan earthquake and tsunami struck, I felt helpless, but then I thought a music video could be a way to help.”
The result is the music video by “We Are the World” Grammy-winning director Tom Trbovich, Billboard-winning producer Drew Lane (High School Musical) and Vaccaro. Lane and Vacarro co-wrote “If the Earth Could Speak” with teen star Daniel Curtis Lee. The worldwide launch of the video happened earlier this month in Los Angeles as part of a “Kids Helping Kids: Japan” fundraising event.
“I was hoping that with their voices, these Hollywood teen and child music artists could communicate a powerful message to each other and the world that they have the power to make a difference for their future,” Vaccaro says.
Among the teen celebrities participating are Sam Stone, Coco Jones, Marielle Jaffe, Joseph Castanon, Devon Werkheiser, Ivory Cunanan, Caitlin Taylor Love, Ryan Newman, Zach Callison, Lauren Taveras, Samantha Boscarino, Sabrina Carpenter, Sacha Edwards and Chris Trousdale. Many others performed in the chorus.
ChildFund is working with its global Alliance partner ChildFund Japan to speed response to children affected by the disaster.
‘Her flexibility and ability to self-direct make working with her priceless. She is a natural talent on camera and pleasingly natural in person’.
More on Evelyn at evelynvaccaro.com
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