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She continued to gain experience with minor television appearances, and after she auditioned unsuccessfully for the role of Liesl in the film version of The Sound of Music, Ransohoff gave Tate walk-on roles in two motion pictures in which he was producer: The Americanization of Emily and The Sandpiper.
" She auditioned for admission to Eva LeGallienne's Manhattan Civic Repertory, but was rejected by LeGallienne who described her attitude as " insincere " and " frivolous ".
She auditioned for George Cukor's stock theater company, and although he was not very impressed, he gave Davis her first paid acting assignment anyway — a one-week stint playing the part of a chorus girl in the play Broadway.
She was one of many women who auditioned for the role of Mary Ann Summers on Gilligan's Island.
She auditioned for the role in 1967 but funding problems delayed filming until 1969.
She successfully auditioned for the independent drama school Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts in the Wood Green area of North London when she was 18, graduating in July 1994.
She auditioned for this role with her arm in a sling, following a fall a week earlier.
She auditioned for MCA chairman, Bruce Hinton, who praised her talents.
She also auditioned for television advertising.
She auditioned for the part of Regan MacNeil in the film The Exorcist, but the director felt that, with Family Affair still in popular consciousness at the time through daytime reruns, movie audiences might think Buffy was the one being possessed.
She and her R & B group Sista auditioned for DeVante Swing, a producer and member of the successful R & B act Jodeci.
She moved to London to attend the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts, where her classmates included Naomi Campbell, and she auditioned for the Minipops.
She auditioned for AKB48 on December 3, 2006, and is now captain of Team B.
She auditioned in her home state of Hawaii.
Sedgwick auditioned for Norman Mailer's play The Deer Park, but Mailer thought she " wasn't very good ... She used so much of herself with every line that we knew she'd be immolated after three performances.
She auditioned for a chance to revive her role from Young Frankenstein in the 2007 Broadway production opposite Megan Mullally ( replacing formerly cast Kristin Chenoweth ) and Roger Bart.
She auditioned for the voice of her own character, but the actress Vicki Lewis was determined to be even more " Lois-y " than Lois Leveen herself, and she was cast in the role instead.
She auditioned three times to be in The Little Group, which was WFAA-TV's Sump ' n Else show's dance group.
She also auditioned for the role of " Number Six " on SCI-FI's smash hit Battlestar Galactica but the role ultimately went to Tricia Helfer.
She auditioned and won a spot with Rusty Bryant's Carolyn Club Big Band in 1956.
She initially auditioned for the role of Tara Martin.
She appeared in the horror sequel Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2, though she originally auditioned for the part that eventually went to Kim Director.
In 1982, Malick auditioned unsuccessfully for the role of Diane Chambers in the NBC sitcom Cheers She played a supporting role in the 1988 film Scrooged as Bill Murray's sister-in-law.
She was discovered by the dramatic tenor / impresario Giovanni Zenatello, who took her to New York where she auditioned for Giulio Gatti-Casazza, the general manager of the Metropolitan Opera.

She and unsuccessfully
She portrays Diana, a fan of The Beatles band member John Lennon ; she tries unsuccessfully to meet him.
She has a crush on Hercules and unsuccessfully tries to seduce him many times.
" She has also unsuccessfully lobbied for Sharon Tate to be awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
She was " something of a loner " in high school and unsuccessfully tried out for several plays.
She unsuccessfully sued Billing for libel, causing a national sensation in Britain.
She stood, unsuccessfully, as a Fianna Fáil candidate in the Dublin South – East constituency at the 1987 general election, receiving 2, 243 votes ( 5. 9 %).
She unsuccessfully tried that and the accused was eventually convicted of attempted murder.
She finds Jareth and Toby in a vast, stair-filled room inspired by M. C. Escher's Relativity and attempts unsuccessfully to find a path to reach her brother.
She entered politics in 1997, running unsuccessfully in the Irish presidential election, but later being elected as the MEP for Connacht – Ulster.
She stood unsuccessfully against James Chichester-Clark in the Northern Ireland general election of 1969.
( She unsuccessfully petitioned Neville Chamberlain to obtain a civil list pension for Douglas: the signitaries included Arthur Quiller-Couch, John Gielgud, Evelyn Waugh and Virginia Woolf.
She sought election to Dáil Éireann twice as a Fianna Fáil candidate, both times unsuccessfully.
She stood unsuccessfully for the Dáil at the February 1982 general election but was subsequently re-elected to the Seanad.
She has since unsuccessfully tried to control Egwene.
She unsuccessfully contested the Strathkelvin and Bearsden constituency at the 1983 Election.
She unsuccessfully contested the seat of East Melville at the 1983 election against sitting Liberal Party member Antony Trethowan, but was more successful in 1986 when she won the seat of Subiaco following the retirement of long-serving Liberal-turned-independent Dr Tom Dadour.
She also unsuccessfully lobbied the Soviet government of Mikhail Gorbachev to rehabilitate Leon Trotsky.
She unsuccessfully contested the Crosby seat at the 1992 general election where she was defeated by the sitting Conservative MP Malcolm Thornton by 14, 806 votes.
She unsuccessfully contested the Darwen constituency at the 1979 general election where she was defeated by the sitting veteran Conservative MP Charles Fletcher-Cooke by 13, 026 votes.
She unsuccessfully contested Cornwall South East at the 1992 General Election where she finished in third place some 25, 029 votes behind the sitting Conservative MP Robert Hicks.
She unsuccessfully contested the 1992 general election in Islwyn against the then leader of the Labour Party, Neil Kinnock, and the 1997 general election in Montgomeryshire.
She unsuccessfully tried out for Living Colour's bassist position, vacated in 1992 by Muzz Skillings.
She unsuccessfully contested Caernarfon in 1983 and Conwy in 1987 and 1992.

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