AJudith Hoag:

AJudith Hoag:

Judith Hoag

A New York City law firm with a new and improved marketing strategy is poised for a great 2017. CEO Judith Hoag recently signed a partnership agreement with established attorneys. In the beginning of December, the new partnership was put into effect. This allowed the firm to raise the profiles of their attorneys, target the specific goals of their firm, and market their practices with a model customized to accommodate their needs.


Hoag is also known for her recurring roles as Cindy Dutton Price in the HBO drama series Big Love (2006–2011), Tandy Hampton in the ABC musical drama series Nashville (2012–2018), and Stephanie Quinn in the Syfy fantasy drama series The Magicians (2016–2020).Actress Judith Hoag has racked up a long list of credits in television series, though she may be best known for one of her film roles, as the investigative reporter who befriends the "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles." Born in Massachusetts, she caught the acting bug participating in theater as a youngster, which prompted her to move to New York City. She first found work in television on such shows as the soap opera "Loving." Within a few years, she landed her memorable part as April O'Neil, confidante of the "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles," the film adaptation of the cult comic book. She next moved to Los Angeles, continuing to work in both TV and film and managing to avoid typecasting while always seeking quality work. She played a leading part as the mother of children with burgeoning magical talents in the Disney fantasy TV movie "Halloweentown," and also appeared in three sequels. She had parts in several acclaimed HBO series, including a recurring role on the polygamy drama, "Big Love," as the sister of Jeanne Tripplehorn's character.

Hoag is also known for her roles in Armageddon, Hitchcock, and I am Number Four, as well as her recurring roles as Cindy Dutton Price in the HBO drama series Big Love, Tandy Hampton in the ABC musical drama series Nashville, and Stephanie Quinn in the Syfy fantasy drama series The Magicians. She’s made appearances on Castle, Grimm, The Defenders, Weeds, CSI: NY, Sons of Anarchy, Grey’s Anatomy, Ghost Whisperer, Bones, 7th Heaven, Boston Public, and ER. "Judith is one of my favorite actresses to bring into my office. I know that she will have always gone the extra mile in preparation, not just technically but emotionally and intellectually, as well. She brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to every role she plays and is an utter joy to have in the audition room and on set. Her warmth and humor are contagious. She is well loved and respected for her generosity with actors she shares her scenes with, especially younger, less experienced actors who she will immediately take under her wings, as she did on "Nashville", with the Stella sisters. She has great passion and reckless abandon for her work and all art, really. I wish more actors had even a small amount of the joy she brings to her work."After “Ninja Turtles,” Hoag became a character actress who also played the mom witch on the 1998 Disney Channel TV movie “Halloweentown” and its sequels. She says starring as April definitely boosted her career. “Oh, it totally helped,” she says. “I didn’t know it at the time. It’s amazing to me that people still treasure the movie like they do. I have workers in my house now doing construction, and one of them came back and said, ‘You’re April O’Neil!’ This happens every day. It happens at airports and at supermarkets. People loved this movie.” And she might even sneak into a showing of the new film. “I will see it out of curiosity,” Hoag says. “You want the franchise to keep going forward and do well.” (Source: variety.com)



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