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  1. #1
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    A Hollywood BNG Pt.1

    This is quite long and you will need a six-sided die.

    Your name is (NAME) and you were born in (PLACE) to two successful parents. Your father, (NAME), worked as (OCCUPATION) and your mother, (NAME), was (OCCUPATION). You and your (NUMBER) siblings--(NAMES)--grew up in an enormous home in the wealthy neighborhood/suburb (NEIGHBORHOOD/SUBURB).

    PLACE:
    1-2 Boston, Massachusetts
    3-4 Washington, D.C.
    5-6 Greenwich, CT

    FATHER'S OCCUPATION:
    1-2 Corporate Attorney
    3-4 CEO
    5-6 Investment Banker

    MOTHER'S OCCUPATION:
    1-2 Surgeon
    3-4 Psychiatrist
    5-6 Anesthesiologist

    SIBLINGS:
    1-2 One
    3-4 Two
    5-6 Three

    NEIGHBORHOOD:
    Boston: Brookline
    D.C.: Chevy Chase, Maryland
    Greenwich: Belle Harbor


    As a teenager, you dreamed of becoming an actress and, at eighteen, convinced your parents to let you move to California. They agreed, on one condition--you must attend college or they will cut you off financially. You agree and are on the next flight to the west coast. When you arrive, you are taken by a driver to your new house in (NEIGHBORHOOD/SUBURB). Your new home is (DESCRIPTION OF APARTMENT).

    CALIFORNIA SUBURB:
    1-2 Downtown Los Angeles
    3-4 Pasadena
    5-6 Echo Park

    YOUR APARTMENT:
    Downtown: A modern one bedroom in a complex in the heart of the city.
    Pasadena: A warm one bedroom in a spanish colonial style complex with a pool.
    Echo Park: A small, but renovated, two bedroom bungalow with a large yard.


    You start classes at California Institute of the Arts. During your first week, you meet several new friends and decide to host a house warming party. That weekend, you host a (PARTY). Not only do you your friends from school show up, but so do your neighbors. You find yourself spending quite a bit of time with one neighbor in particular, a handsome young man named (NAME). By the end of the evening, you have agreed to let him take you out for lunch.

    PARTY:
    Downtown: An evening cocktail soiree.
    Pasadena: A midday pool party.
    Echo Park: A big, backyard barbecue.


    The following afternoon, you go with him to a quaint cafe. You learn that he is twenty-one years old and works as a (OCCUPATION). The two of you hit it off, but do not become anything more than friends.

    NEIGHBOR'S OCCUPATION:
    1-2 Teacher
    3-4 Screenwriter
    5-6 Chef


    One year later, you are enjoying your new city and your classes, but you have not gotten any acting jobs. Your friends and family suggest you get a part-time job, but you refuse. Instead, you actively seek an agent and, surprisingly, you find one rather quickly. Before you know it, you are auditioning for television shows, films and commercials.

    Your first job is a small role in a television show. You are to appear in three episodes of a (SHOW). You complete the job and give a decent performance, but after that, you are not offered another role.

    SHOW:
    1-2 Teen Drama
    3-4 Family Sitcom
    5-6 HBO Series


    You are now nineteen years old and dating the handsome neighbor that you met at your housewarming party. You have been dating for only five months, but one night (EVENT), he proposes. You accept and begin planning your wedding, which is to be held (WEDDING) in early May. You decide to wear (DRESS). After the wedding, you honeymoon in (HONEYMOON).

    EVENT:
    1-2 At dinner
    3-4 At a party
    5-6 At the beach

    WEDDING:
    1-2 On the beach
    3-4 In a cathedral
    5-6 In a lavish hotel

    WEDDING DRESS:
    1-2 A princess gown by Monique Lhuillier
    3-4 An elegant, empire gown by Reem Acra
    5-6 A form-fitting, trumpet dress by Oscar de la Renta

    HONEYMOON:
    1-2 Paris
    3-4 Maldives
    5-6 Mykonos

    Six months later, you receive a call from your agent who informs you of an audition for a summer blockbuster-type movie. You go to the audition, perform well, and receive a call back. You get the part and begin shooting with the all-star cast. You play (CHARACTER).

    CHARACTER:
    1-2 A damsel in distress.
    3-4 The comedic best friend.
    5-6 The girlfriend of the lead male.

    Your next job is a supporting role in (FILM). The movie receives high critical praise and, finally, the industry begins to notice you. This jump starts your career and your life quickly changes. You drop out of college, to the dismay of your family, and are now forced to be financially independent.

    FILM:
    1-2 A melancholy art house film.
    3-4 A dramatic war film.
    5-6 A witty, dry comedy.

    You begin hanging out with the Hollywood crowd and are working non-stop. This puts a heavy strain on your relationship and, unfortunately, your husband files for divorce. You move out of the complex and into a moderately sized house in Hollywood.

    On the set of your next film, (FILM) , you begin a relationship with the actor who plays the lead role, (NAME). The two of you show up at the premiere, hand-in-hand and send the press into an uproar. Five months later, you announce that you got married in a private ceremony over the weekend. You move into (HUSBAND)’s Hollywood mansion and begin your lives together, only to discover that you are pregnant. Nine months later, you give birth to (PREGNANCY #1) whom you name (NAMES).

    FILM:
    1-2 An action movie in which you play a gorgeous assassin
    3-4 A romantic comedy in which you play a bubbly veterinarian
    5-6 A period piece in which you play a Venetian courtesan

    LEAD ACTOR'S NAME:
    http://nameberry.com/list/267/Presidential-Names

    PREGNANCY #1:
    1-2 A girl
    3-4 A boy
    5-6 Boy/Girl Twins

    GIRL:
    http://nameberry.com/list/419/Best-C...al-Girls-Names
    BOY:
    http://nameberry.com/list/418/Best-C...ual-Boys-Names


    Three years later, you are twenty-two years old and working on a new film: (FILM).

    FILM:
    1-3 A murder mystery set in 1920s Paris.
    4-6 A raunchy road-trip movie set in the Midwest.

    TO BE CONTINUED...

  2. #3
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    Your name is Caroline Diana Girard and you were born in Washington, D.C. to two successful parents. Your father, William Girard, worked as an investment banker and your mother, Cecilia Girard, was a psychiatrist. You and your two siblings--Elizabeth and Truman--grew up in an enormous home in the wealthy neighborhood/suburb Chevy Chase.


    As a teenager, you dreamed of becoming an actress and, at eighteen, convinced your parents to let you move to California. They agreed, on one condition--you must attend college or they will cut you off financially. You agree and are on the next flight to the west coast. When you arrive, you are taken by a driver to your new house in Echo Park. Your new home is a small, but renovated, two bedroom bungalow with a large yard.


    You start classes at California Institute of the Arts. During your first week, you meet several new friends and decide to host a house warming party. That weekend, you host a big, backyard barbecue. Not only do you your friends from school show up, but so do your neighbors. You find yourself spending quite a bit of time with one neighbor in particular, a handsome young man named John. By the end of the evening, you have agreed to let him take you out for lunch.

    The following afternoon, you go with him to a quaint cafe. You learn that he is twenty-one years old and works as a screenwriter. The two of you hit it off, but do not become anything more than friends.

    One year later, you are enjoying your new city and your classes, but you have not gotten any acting jobs. Your friends and family suggest you get a part-time job, but you refuse. Instead, you actively seek an agent and, surprisingly, you find one rather quickly. Before you know it, you are auditioning for television shows, films and commercials.

    Your first job is a small role in a television show. You are to appear in three episodes of a teen drama. You complete the job and give a decent performance, but after that, you are not offered another role.

    You are now nineteen years old and dating the handsome neighbor that you met at your housewarming party. You have been dating for only five months, but one night at dinner, he proposes. You accept and begin planning your wedding, which is to be held in a cathedral in early May. You decide to wear a form-fitting, trumpet dress by Oscar de la Renta. After the wedding, you honeymoon in Paris.

    Six months later, you receive a call from your agent who informs you of an audition for a summer blockbuster-type movie. You go to the audition, perform well, and receive a call back. You get the part and begin shooting with the all-star cast. You play the girlfriend of the lead male.

    Your next job is a supporting role in a melancholy art house film. The movie receives high critical praise and, finally, the industry begins to notice you. This jump starts your career and your life quickly changes. You drop out of college, to the dismay of your family, and are now forced to be financially independent.

    You begin hanging out with the Hollywood crowd and are working non-stop. This puts a heavy strain on your relationship and, unfortunately, your husband files for divorce. You move out of the complex and into a moderately sized house in Hollywood.

    On the set of your next film, an action move in which you play a gorgeous assassin, you begin a relationship with the actor who plays the lead role, Lincoln van Houten. The two of you show up at the premiere, hand-in-hand and send the press into an uproar. Five months later, you announce that you got married in a private ceremony over the weekend. You move into Lincoln’s Hollywood mansion and begin your lives together, only to discover that you are pregnant. Nine months later, you give birth to a girl whom you name Birdie Lux van Houten.

    Three years later, you are twenty-two years old and working on a new film: a murder mystery set in 1920s Paris.


    TO BE CONTINUED...

  3. #5
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    Your name is Marina Scarlett Dancel-Brennan and you were born in Bostton, Mass. to two successful parents. Your father, Theodore Gray Brennan worked as Investment Banker and your mother, Noelani Rose Dancel, was Surgeon. You and your 3 siblings--Leia, Grayson, and Rhys--grew up in an enormous home in the wealthy neighborhood/suburb Brookline.

    As a teenager, you dreamed of becoming an actress and, at eighteen, convinced your parents to let you move to California. They agreed, on one condition--you must attend college or they will cut you off financially. You agree and are on the next flight to the west coast. When you arrive, you are taken by a driver to your new house in Pasadena. Your new home is a warm one bedroom in a spanish colonial style complex with a pool.

    You start classes at California Institute of the Arts. During your first week, you meet several new friends and decide to host a house warming party. That weekend, you host a pool party. Not only do you your friends from school show up, but so do your neighbors. You find yourself spending quite a bit of time with one neighbor in particular, a handsome young man named Nolan Anders. By the end of the evening, you have agreed to let him take you out for lunch.

    The following afternoon, you go with him to a quaint cafe. You learn that he is twenty-one years old and works as a Screenwriter. The two of you hit it off, but do not become anything more than friends.

    One year later, you are enjoying your new city and your classes, but you have not gotten any acting jobs. Your friends and family suggest you get a part-time job, but you refuse. Instead, you actively seek an agent and, surprisingly, you find one rather quickly. Before you know it, you are auditioning for television shows, films and commercials.

    Your first job is a small role in a television show. You are to appear in three episodes of a family sitcom. You complete the job and give a decent performance, but after that, you are not offered another role.

    You are now nineteen years old and dating the handsome neighbor that you met at your housewarming party. You have been dating for only five months, but one night at dinner, he proposes. You accept and begin planning your wedding, which is to be held in a lavish hotel in early May. You decide to wear an elegant, empire gown by Reem Acra. After the wedding, you honeymoon in Paris.

    Six months later, you receive a call from your agent who informs you of an audition for a summer blockbuster-type movie. You go to the audition, perform well, and receive a call back. You get the part and begin shooting with the all-star cast. You play Delilah, the girlfriend of the lead male.

    Your next job is a supporting role in a dramatic war film. The movie receives high critical praise and, finally, the industry begins to notice you. This jump starts your career and your life quickly changes. You drop out of college, to the dismay of your family, and are now forced to be financially independent.

    You begin hanging out with the Hollywood crowd and are working non-stop. This puts a heavy strain on your relationship and, unfortunately, your husband files for divorce. You move out of the complex and into a moderately sized house in Hollywood.

    On the set of your next film, an action movie where you are a gorgeous assassin, you begin a relationship with the actor who plays the lead role, Truman Sterling. The two of you show up at the premiere, hand-in-hand and send the press into an uproar. Five months later, you announce that you got married in a private ceremony over the weekend. You move into Holdens’s Hollywood mansion and begin your lives together, only to discover that you are pregnant. Nine months later, you give birth to B/G twins whom you name Stellan Moss and Lilibeth Tessie.

    Three years later, you are twenty-two years old and working on a new film: A murder mystery set in 1920s Paris.

  4. #7
    Your name is Lindsey Grace Davenport and you were born in Washington, DC to two successful parents. Your father, Seth William Davenport, worked as a CEO and your mother, Victoria Elizabeth Davenport, was a Surgeon. You and your 3 siblings--Kristin Nicole, Dallas Rose and Ali Marie--grew up in an enormous home in the wealthy neighborhood/suburb Chevy Chase, Maryland


    As a teenager, you dreamed of becoming an actress and, at eighteen, convinced your parents to let you move to California. They agreed, on one condition--you must attend college or they will cut you off financially. You agree and are on the next flight to the west coast. When you arrive, you are taken by a driver to your new house in Pasadena. Your new home is a warm one bedroom in a Spanish colonial style complex with a pool.


    You start classes at California Institute of the Arts. During your first week, you meet several new friends and decide to host a house warming party. That weekend, you host a midday pool party. Not only do you your friends from school show up, but so do your neighbors. You find yourself spending quite a bit of time with one neighbor in particular, a handsome young man named Andrew James Blakely. By the end of the evening, you have agreed to let him take you out for lunch.


    The following afternoon, you go with him to a quaint cafe. You learn that he is twenty-one years old and works as a screenwriter. The two of you hit it off, but do not become anything more than friends.


    One year later, you are enjoying your new city and your classes, but you have not gotten any acting jobs. Your friends and family suggest you get a part-time job, but you refuse. Instead, you actively seek an agent and, surprisingly, you find one rather quickly. Before you know it, you are auditioning for television shows, films and commercials.

    Your first job is a small role in a television show. You are to appear in three episodes of a teen drama. You complete the job and give a decent performance, but after that, you are not offered another role.


    You are now nineteen years old and dating the handsome neighbor that you met at your housewarming party. You have been dating for only five months, but one night at the beach, he proposes. You accept and begin planning your wedding, which is to be held in a lavish hotel in early May. You decide to wear a princess gown by Monique Lhuillier. After the wedding, you honeymoon in the Maldives.


    Six months later, you receive a call from your agent who informs you of an audition for a summer blockbuster-type movie. You go to the audition, perform well, and receive a call back. You get the part and begin shooting with the all-star cast. You play the comedic best friend.


    Your next job is a supporting role in a dramatic war film. The movie receives high critical praise and, finally, the industry begins to notice you. This jump starts your career and your life quickly changes. You drop out of college, to the dismay of your family, and are now forced to be financially independent.

    You begin hanging out with the Hollywood crowd and are working non-stop. This puts a heavy strain on your relationship and, unfortunately, your husband files for divorce. You move out of the complex and into a moderately sized house in Hollywood.

    On the set of your next film, an action movie in which you play a gorgeous assassin, you begin a relationship with the actor who plays the lead role, Tyler Hutcherson. The two of you show up at the premiere, hand-in-hand and send the press into an uproar. Five months later, you announce that you got married in a private ceremony over the weekend. You move into Tyler’s Hollywood mansion and begin your lives together, only to discover that you are pregnant. Nine months later, you give birth to boy/girl twins whom you name Washington Branch and Fleur Honora Hutcherson.

    Three years later, you are twenty-two years old and working on a new film: a murder mystery set in 1920s Paris.

  5. #9
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    My name is Lydia June Taylor and I was born in Boston, Massachusetts to two successful parents. My father, Keith Michael Taylor worked as Investment Banker and my mother, Eleanor LeAnne Taylor, was a Psychiatrist. Me and my one sibling Charlotte Mae Taylor grew up in an enormous home in the wealthy neighborhood/suburb Brookline.




    As a teenager, I dreamed of becoming an actress and, at eighteen, I convinced my parents to let me move to California. They agreed, on one condition--I must attend college or they will cut me off financially. I agree and am on the next flight to the west coast. When I arrive, you are taken by a driver to my new house in Pasadena. My new home is a warm one bedroom in a spanish colonial style complex with a pool.



    I start classes at California Institute of the Arts. During my first week, I meet several new friends and decide to host a house warming party. That weekend, I host a midday pool party. Not only do my friends from school show up, but so do my neighbors. I find yourself spending quite a bit of time with one neighbor in particular, a handsome young man named Jake Clark. By the end of the evening, I have agreed to let him take me out for lunch.




    The following afternoon, I go with him to a quaint cafe. I learn that he is twenty-one years old and works as a chef. The two of us hit it off, but do not become anything more than friends.



    One year later, I am enjoying my new city and your classes, but I have not gotten any acting jobs. My friends and family suggest you get a part-time job, but you refuse. Instead, you actively seek an agent and, surprisingly, you find one rather quickly. Before you know it, you are auditioning for television shows, films and commercials.

    Your first job is a small role in a television show. You are to appear in three episodes of a teen drama. You complete the job and give a decent performance, but after that, you are not offered another role.



    You are now nineteen years old and dating the handsome neighbor that you met at your housewarming party. You have been dating for only five months, but one night at the beach he proposes. You accept and begin planning your wedding, which is to be held at a cathedral in early May. You decide to wear an elegant, empire gown by Reem Acra. After the wedding, you honeymoon in Maldives.


    Six months later, you receive a call from your agent who informs you of an audition for a summer blockbuster-type movie. You go to the audition, perform well, and receive a call back. You get the part and begin shooting with the all-star cast. You play the girlfriend of the lead male.



    Your next job is a supporting role in a melancholy art house film. The movie receives high critical praise and, finally, the industry begins to notice you. This jump starts your career and your life quickly changes. You drop out of college, to the dismay of your family, and are now forced to be financially independent.


    You begin hanging out with the Hollywood crowd and are working non-stop. This puts a heavy strain on your relationship and, unfortunately, your husband files for divorce. You move out of the complex and into a moderately sized house in Hollywood.

    On the set of your next film, a period piece in which you play a Venetian courtesan , you begin a relationship with the actor who plays the lead role, Jackson Carter. The two of you show up at the premiere, hand-in-hand and send the press into an uproar. Five months later, you announce that you got married in a private ceremony over the weekend. You move into Jackson’s Hollywood mansion and begin your lives together, only to discover that you are pregnant. Nine months later, you give birth to twins. A boy and girl whom you name Lilibeth True and Sayer Gerrit.



    Three years later, you are twenty-two years old and working on a new film: A murder mystery set in 1920s Paris.

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