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Do you have an idea for an App? Do you know everything that goes into building an app? Join us for this in-depth conversation with Jamal Mallory about his journey in building Self Tape Now. Jamal Mallory will share with us, the GOOD, the BAD, and the UGLY of building an app. What has worked, what hasn't, and what they are continuously doing to improve. If you've ever wanted to peek behind the curtain of a company that has built an app, this is A MUST ATTEND.
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Jamal Mallory McCree a native of Detroit, MI, has had a successful acting career. Some of his most notable series include Season 6 of Homeland; Quantico; and Marvel’s, The Defenders. Jamal is currently starring on Freeform’s hit new series, Good Trouble. McCree has entered the tech arena by taking his knowledge of auditioning and the business of show, building the app Selftape Now for actors.
Jamal Mallory McCree a native of Detroit, MI, has been paving his way towards stardom. After attending Rutgers University, earning a BFA from Mason Gross School of the Arts (Calista Flockhart, Sebastian Stan, Mike Coulter), J. Mallory moved to New York City. Right out of school he booked roles in New York's premiere off-broadway houses such as Signature Theatre and Playwright's Horizons. Soon after, McCree would make his Broadway debut in the all-black revival of, A Streetcar Named Desire.
Acquiring a strong background in theatre, Jamal has broken through in film and television. Some of McCree’s most notable roles include Sekou Bah on Season 6 of Homeland; Charlie on Quantico; and Cole in Marvel’s, The Defenders. Other prominent projects include Show Me A Hero (HBO), The Last Ship; From Nowhere (SXSW 2016 Audience Award Winner), & Who Are We Now (TIFF). J. is currently starring on Freeform’s hit new series, Good Trouble
In addition to a successful acting career, McCree has entered the tech arena by taking his knowledge of auditioning and the business of show, building the app Selftape Now for actors.