Jake’s Take Podcast: Actress & Dancer Adele Pomerenke

By: Jacob Elyachar, jakes-take.com

It is a pleasure to welcome actress and dancer Adele Pomerenke to The Jake’s Take with Jacob Elyachar Podcast. 

From a very young age, Adele trained in circus arts, dance, and musical theatre. In 2012, she left her hometown of Seattle for Nashville to become a member of Dance Theatre of Tennessee. Adele Pomerenke danced and trained with companies such as the Nashville Ballet and the Roots Dance Project.

While she was in Nashville, Adele appeared as the lead dancer in several music videos, including Bastian Bakers’ “Love on Fire,” Tim McNary’s “Be with Me,” and Frankie Ballad’s “Cigarette,” which was named one of Rolling Stone’s top country music videos of 2016. However, once she landed her first speaking role in the award-winning short film: Hair of the Dog, Adele Pomerenke decided to try her luck in acting. 

After being featured on Nashville and Still the King, Adele received a recurring role in Maggie Betts’ Novitiate, which received recognition at the Sundance Film Festival. Her experience lead Adele to pursue an acting career. In 2017, Adele Pomerenke participated in the Middle Tennessee 54 Hour Film Festival and won her first acting award for Best Leading Actress. 

Recently, Adele was cast in her first full-length feature, The Penitent Thief, where she worked directly alongside Kevin Sorbo and James Russo. After filming the movie, Adele decided that it was time to relocate from Nashville to Los Angeles. 

In this edition of The Jake’s Take with Jacob Elyachar Podcast, Adele Pomerenke spoke about her role in The Penitent Thief and the opportunity of joining SAG-AFTRA. She also shared her creating process when it comes to creating content including her #SocialDistancing YouTube video.

For more information about Adele Pomerenke, visit her website!

You can also connect with Adele on social media. Visit her Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, & YouTube channels.  

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