Angela chats about “Blacked Out”

Angela and her husband, Josh, sat down to chat with Roselyn Sanchez about “Blacked Out,” a short film written by Angela and directed by Andrés Anglade. The short film will be showing at Puerto Rico’s Rincón International Film Festival on Sunday, April 2.

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About “Blacked Out”:

A she said/he said recounting of a city-wide blackout in Los Angeles. For her it was a romantic night that brought people together. For him the night had danger at every turn.

Click here to find out more about the Rincón International Film Festival and to purchase tickets for “Blacked Out.”

16 Most Underrated Performances of 2016

Thrillist named Angela’s performance in “Haters Back Off” as one of the 16 Most Underrated Performances of 2016! 

Fans of The Office must have been thrilled when they learned that their beloved Angela was going to have a more front-seat role in Colleen Ballinger’s maiden Netflix voyage. As Bethany, Kinsey plays Miranda Sings’ single mom who sports a new hair color, works at a grocery store, and complains about fake ailments. Armed with a not-so-subtle wrist brace, the actress nails her poignant part as a flawed parent, one who wants to be the No. 1 Mirfanda of all time, but who does all the wrong things at all the wrong times. Kinsey shines in her ability to elicit genuine laughter and sadness; she deserves more of these sizable opportunities to do so – Source

Netflix Renews ‘Haters Back Off!’ for Season 2

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Netflix has ordered a second season of “Haters Back Off,” based on popular YouTube personality Colleen Ballinger’s oddball character Miranda Sings, for premiere in 2017.

The series stars Ballinger as Miranda Sings, Steve Little as Miranda’s overly confident and utterly misguided Uncle Jim, Angela Kinsey as Miranda’s mom, Bethany, Erik Stocklin, as Miranda’s neighbor and best friend, Patrick, and Francesca Reale as Miranda’s sister, Emily. – Source

‘Haters Back Off’ offers the funny origin story of Miranda Sings

Wonderful review of Angela in “Haters Back Off” by the Los Angeles Times:

But it’s Kinsey, her hair dyed brown to match Ballinger’s, who owns the show. Wearing a wrist brace for her “undiagnosed fibromyalgia,” preparing for a casual meeting with a man she likes with “conversation cards” (“Hi, Keith,” “Acts surprised”), walking into church holding Emily by the pinky, her Bethany is full of sadness and hope and ragged dignity. She takes the series from a twisted lark to something deeper and grander, where even people who don’t know their YouTube from their Vimeo may find something valuable.

You can read the full review here, and be sure to watch “Haters Back Off” on Netflix if you haven’t yet!