By Nick Sestanovich
Vacaville native Seychelles Mizel has landed her first big acting role — one that aims to spark conversations on how to navigate through tough conversations.
Mizel, a 2016 Will C. Wood High School graduate, plays teenage daughter Rosie on the YouTube series “Awkward Conversations,” a part scripted drama, part podcast-style discussion produced by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency and Elks Lodge Drug Awareness Program aimed at providing an opportunity for parents to talk to their kids about drugs.
Each episode consists of short scenes of a family talking about drug-related issues, followed by a chat hosted by Jodie Sweetin of “Full House” fame and featuring licensed clinical social worker Amy McCarthy and a rotating series of celebrity guests talking about the issues presented in the episode and how the discussions could have gone better.
Source: Will C. Wood graduate lands first major role in PSA series – The Vacaville Reporter