Sarah Jones

The star of Hulu’s critically acclaimed drama, “The Path,” lands her most important role to date: as a new mother. Her first job was a cold splash of Hollywood reality. With a guest starring role on the 2004 NBC show “Medical Investigation,” Sarah Jones’ opening scene involved kissing in a car with an actor, who, … Continue Reading

Kimiko Glenn

The actress has had her share of “pinch me” moments of late: first, in the hit series “Orange Is the New Black,” and then in her Broadway debut in the musical “Waitress.” If there’s a mantra for those working in the acting meccas of Los Angeles and New York, it’s this: Follow your dreams. Actress … Continue Reading

Rachele Brooke Smith

A Cut Above Actress and dancer Rachele Brooke Smith proves style and a six-pack go hand in hand. Rachele is no stranger to hard work. Sure, she can cut it up on the dance floor — her repertoire includes jazz, hip-hop, ballet, modern, tap, and break-dancing (phew!) — but she’ll also wow you with her boxing, … Continue Reading

Sarah Wayne Callies

  From portraying strong female characters on “Colony” and “The Walking Dead” to her passion project, the animated feature “Elena’s Serenade,” Sarah Wayne Callies defies expectations. When Sarah Wayne Callies is not filming, she is in her house in the woods with her husband and daughter, where she enjoys a non-city life chopping wood and … Continue Reading


The latest music sensation from across the pond, Florrie serves up a new flavor of electronica pop, a bold and dreamy sound that brings us into the next irresistible age of pop music. Story by Sarah Yoo Composure Magazine: You’re a singer, songwriter, drummer, producer, performer — you do it all! Where and when did … Continue Reading

Keith Powers

Hollywood’s up-and-coming star talks “Straight Outta Compton,” tackling hard topics on television, and falling in love on set. Hollywood newcomer Keith Powers is well on his way to becoming a household name. Powers first moved to Los Angeles from Sacramento just five years ago, at the age of 17, and started his career as a … Continue Reading

David Anders

Everyone’s favorite bad guy on balancing “smarm” and “charm” in today’s TV landscape. You may have come to know and love-to-hate David Anders as your favorite onscreen villain throughout the years. Whether you were onboard with him from the beginning as Julian Sark on “Alias,” followed him through his arcs on “Heroes,” “24,” “Necessary Roughness,” “The Vampire Diaries,” … Continue Reading

Sharna Burgess

The resident fireball on “Dancing With the Stars” reflects on her star-studded journey. Starting from an early age, Sharna Burgess began training in ballet, jazz, gymnastics, and ballroom dancing, and her passion for dance has been evident throughout her burgeoning career. As a professional dancer and choreographer, Burgess has performed on international stages in her native Australia, … Continue Reading

Danielle Panabaker

Former Disney teenage mainstay and resident genius on CW’s “The Flash,” Danielle Panabaker talks superheroes, fashion, and living by the golden rule. Sitting in a spacious studio loft overlooking the Los Angeles skyline, it is easy to forget that the stunning young woman in front of us got her start as a teenager on the … Continue Reading

Sam Hunt Honors GRAMMY In The Schools with Special Performance

Country’s hottest star teams up with Grammy Foundation for a night of music celebration   On Monday, February 15, 2016, we will all witness another year of music history as a new group of artists rises to the top of the pack to bring home one of the industry’s most coveted achievements, a Grammy award. … Continue Reading

Victoria Moroles

Whether playing a werewolf on “Teen Wolf” or a tomboy on “Liv and Maddie,” Victoria Moroles knows how to stay grounded. Composure Magazine: You’re a Texas gal — what are some things that you love about growing up in Texas? Victoria Moroles: One of my favorite things about where I grew up, that I don’t … Continue Reading

Music: Oh Wonder

“Instant.” Anthony turns to look at Josephine, and she nods in agreement. A pause as they attempt to further describe their undeniable, very palpable chemistry. They share a knowing look, as if reading each other’s minds, deciding that there is no better way to put it. “It was instant.” “Yeah, it was weird.” From the … Continue Reading