Companion to the feature film, The Divorce Party: 12 Steps to the Perfect Divorce Party is a nifty little book that guides the reader through planning a fabulous break-up party worthy of the bash that made them a couple in the first place.
Like the movie, Famiglietti and Garrison use humor and heart in The Divorce Party - the book - to help the newly single throw a bash that announces the new "them" to the world. After 12 simple how-to steps, the newly-divorced will be the talk of the town after this bash.
Everyone loves a trash-the-dress party but there is a world of celebratory break-up ideas out there and now is the time to explore them.
With witty illustrations, side bars and facts about the Institution, The Divorce Party is the perfect gift to the newly liberated who are finding their new voice. Slip a copy in their handbag or workout gear and let the planning begin. The ultimate "lemonade", The Divorce Party will leave a sweet taste where there once was none... that's right, they even cover divorce cakes.
Mark Famiglietti is an actor and writer having appeared in film and television for the last 20 years. Recent television acting credits include: Code Black, Aquarius, How to Get Away with Murder, Mad Men and Castle. Film credits include: Terminator 3: Rose of the Machines, Premonition and The Secret in Their Eyes.
Early in his career, Mr. Famiglietti began as a series regular on the NBC series Hang Time. This was quickly followed with a starring role on the WB series Young Americans opposite Kate Bosworth and Michelle Monaghan. Shortly after, Famiglietti began work on the TV movie We Were the Mulvaney’s based on a novel by Joyce Carol Oates. Opposite Tammy Blanchard, Beau Bridges and Blythe Danner, the movie received two Emmy nominations. A steady stream of work followed with Famiglietti guest starring or recurring on a host of series including: CSI, CSI: Miami, CSI: NY, Fastlane, Eyes and Grimm among many others. Previously, Mr. Famiglietti has written alongside Lane Garrison for MGM & Maverick Studios as well as the upcoming feature films Spy Intervention and The Divorce Party.
Lane Garrison was just nominated for a Critics Choice Award for ‘Best Supporting Actor’ for his role of ‘Frederick Murray’ in A&E/History’s Roots. This reunited him with the network where he co-starred in the mini-series Bonnie and Clyde, opposite Emile Hirsch and Holiday Granger in 2013. Mr. Garrison also starred opposite Kristen Stewart in the feature film Camp X-Ray, which premiered at Sundance 2015 in the U.S. Dramatic Competition. In 2015 Mr. Garrison also recurred on CW’s The Messengers and From Dusk ‘Til Dawn for Robert Rodriguez’s El Rey Network; while guest starring on such shows as Better Call Saul, NCIS: LA, and Major Crimes.
Early in his career Garrison landed his first major career-changing role in the hit Fox series Prison Break as “David ‘Tweener’ Apolskis.” This breakthrough part led to his first feature film, “Shooter,” alongside Mark Wahlberg, Michael Pena and Danny Glover. Garrison followed that work up with the independent features Crazy and The Devil’s in the Details alongside Ray Liotta and Emilio Rivera. Aside from his collaborations with Mr. Famiglietti on upcoming feature films The Divorce Party and Spy Intervention, Mr. Garrison has the project Ellis, D. set-up at Cross Creek Pictures with co-writer Columbus Short.