WORKIN MOMS JUNO RINALDI RECALLS GOING FROM SHINING SHOES TO A DREAM

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first_img Twitter LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment I’ve spoken to many Canadian actors who augment their incomes—and fill hours between gigs—by waiting tables in a restaurant. Why not? With flexible hours, it makes total sense. But shining shoes? That was a new one for me.That’s what Juno Rinaldi was doing when she landed the role of Frankie Coyne on Workin’ Moms. The Vancouver native was trying to make connections in Toronto with casting agents—and having zero luck—and was working in the city’s underground mall system when she was hired by Catherine Reitman. With Season 4 of the CBC comedy heading into production for a winter return, we sat down with Rinaldi during the Banff World Media Festival, where she hosted the Rockie Awards International Program Competition.Catherine Reitman has always had this vision for what the show would be. Did you ever think that you would be beginning Season 4?Juno Rinaldi: No. Honestly, I feel like the last four years of being on the show has completely changed my life in a way. Before I started the show, I was shoe shining in the PATH, in downtown Toronto … Advertisement Login/Register With:center_img Facebook Advertisement Advertisementlast_img

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