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  • 1 Way CD Stephanie Holbrook Helps Actors Work Against Type

    Based on the Elmore Leonard novel “The Switch,” Daniel Schechter’s new film “Life of Crime” stars Jennifer Aniston as Mickey Dawson, the kidnapped wife of a corrupt real estate developer. Casting director Stephanie Holbrook was already working with Schechter on another film when he started adapting “The Switch,” but Holbrook thrived on the crazier moments of the casting process: the juggling of schedules and pulling everything together quickly. Finding actors that fit the film’s  ‘70s era and two separate worlds (suburban country club and a grittier urban setting) was also a fun challenge.
    Holbrook cast Schechter’s first film (“Goodbye Baby”), and has worked with him several times since; Holbrook says they have a similar casting sensibility. “We actually have this almost brother-sister rapport where we can kind of fight with each other for different actors in different parts.” Coming into the project, Schechter had some ideas about whom to cast. “I know Dan really wanted to offer actors parts that we hadn’t seen them do before,” says Holbrook.
    Despite Aniston’s high level of involvement in the film, she was not the first

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