Jahnnalee plays 7 characters in this comedy web series called Why Do Movies Use Duct Tape which has accumulated over 6 Million Views on YouTube & TikTok. Created by the one 1/2 person show & crew, Jahnnalee, who acts all the human characters alongside her talented furry son Gizmo the Chihuahua. Check out more of their comedy short films like this on their YouTube channel where Jahnnalee acts a total of 15 characters: www.youtube.com/WhyWaitProductions
Jahnnalee and Gizmo also perform stand up comedy. They have performed their stand up comedy routine at many different venues across the United States. Below is a list of the comedy clubs:
Gizmo the Chihuahua performs with Piff the Magic Dragon at The Magic Castle which is a members only club that many celebrities have performed at and is located in Hollywood, California. Piff the Magic Dragon is an award-winning magician and comedian who also was on America's Got Talent. Gizmo was Piff's right hand man in this fun two night show where the audience was in awe of Gizmo's cuteness and comedy ability!
On the Discovery Channel Jahnnalee played the lead as Mollie Pittman a young girl in 1986 who is attacked and murdered with no sign of a break-in, investigators wonder, did Mollie know her killer? The episode, Left Alone, can be viewable on Unusual Suspects YouTube channel, Hulu, or Amazon Season 7 Episode 9.
Jahnnalee Randall is in the commercial Gaming on the Go for GameSmart a new gaming app!
A clip of Gizmo's first commercial he acted in when he was only 12 weeks of age. He had a blast on set at the LAX airport in Los Angeles, California but wasn't so thrilled about the pink dress that wardrobe put him in but other than that he enjoyed his time on set and this is the commercial that started and snowballed Gizmo's acting career!
Gizmo makes a cameo appearance in Chris Kroeze's (The Voice) Summer Song music video as he shows off his cowboy hat and happy smile!
These are a bunch of clips from different films that Jahnnalee Randall acted in during 2016.
Jahnnalee won best acting at the Melsa Film Competition where she performed a deaf girl named Lisa in Butterflies a short film directed by Antonio Rodriguez. Butterflies won the Audience Choice Award and Best Acting.