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Tiana stars in web series

13 Aug 2015

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Southbank resident and actress Tiana Hogben stars in her first TV-web series "I Can’t Even".

The 23-year-old co-stars as Lex alongside Louise Cox as Em in the new six episode sketch comedy series, which explores the dynamics of two polar opposite best friends.

Launched on YouTube on August 3, I Can’t Even is a debut web series from Southbank’s Victorian College of the Arts graduates Hayley and Alyce Adams.

The story follows the two self-proclaimed pop culture nerds who live vicariously through their favourite cult fandoms, which range from Harry Potter and The Hunger Games to Star Wars and Twilight.

While used to acting in more the traditional feature and short film style, Tiana said she was excited to be breaking into the new online format.

“It’s definitely exciting,” she said. “I’ve never been part of a project like this but I’ve really enjoyed it.”

“I think with so many people engaging with nearly everything online now this style is definitely the future in many ways.”

A Quay West resident of seven years, Tiana said she had always loved living in Southbank, as it was “central to everything.”

I Can’t Even is now available to watch on YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCO6F8cZYGpYoOct3Xe0Mpng

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