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lonelygirl15

Bree aka lonelygirl15 in an early videoblog
Also known as LG15, Lonely Girl
Genre Videoblog, Drama, Comedy
Created by Miles Beckett
Mesh Flinders
Greg Goodfried
Amanda Goodfried
Directed by Colin Hargraves
Glenn Rubenstein
Amanda Goodfried
Greg Goodfried
Jackson Davis
Kevin Schlanser
Mesh Flinders
Miles Beckett
Yumiko Aoyagi
Starring Jessica Lee Rose
Yousef Abu-Taleb
Jackson Davis
Becki Kregoski
Alexandra Dreyfus
Maxwell Glick
Amanda Goodfried
Bitsie Tulloch
Voices of Kevin Schlanser
Country of origin  United States
Language(s) English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 267
Production
Executive producer(s) Amanda Goodfried
Glenn Rubenstein
Greg Goodfried
Mesh Flinders
Miles Beckett
Yumiko Aoyagi
Producer(s) Amanda Goodfried
Glenn Rubenstein
Mesh Flinders
Miles Beckett
Yumiko Aoyagi
Associate Producer(s) Ian Schwartz
Story Editor(s) Alli Danziger
Amanda Goodfried
Dwayne Smith
Glenn Rubenstein
Greg Goodfried
Jake Coburn
Jan Libby
Mesh Flinders
Miles Beckett
Ross Berger
Vanessa Roveto
Yumiko Aoyagi
Editor(s) Amanda Goodfried
Colin Hargraves
Glenn Rubenstein
Ian Schwartz
Kevin Schlanser
Miles Beckett
Location Marin County, California
Camera setup Amanda Goodfried
Colin Hargraves
Glenn Rubenstein
Kevin Schlanser
Mesh Flinders
Miles Beckett
Yousef Abu-Taleb
Running time Varies
Broadcast
Original channel YouTube
Original run June 16, 2006 – Present
Chronology
Followed by KateModern
Related shows KateModern
External links
Official website

lonelygirl15 is an interactive web-based video series, centering on the life of a fictional teenage girl named Bree, whose YouTube username is the eponymous "lonelygirl15." The series is presented through short, regularly updated videoblogs posted by the fictional characters. Lonelygirl15 came to international attention ostensibly as a real video blogger who achieved massive popularity on YouTube, a popular video sharing website, but was eventually outed by suspicious viewers as a hoax featuring a fictive character played by American-New Zealand actress Jessica Rose.[1] Image File history File linksMetadata LonelyGirl15_Bree. ... Videoblog, a portmanteau combining video, web, and log, (usually shortened to vlog) is a blog that includes video clips. ... This does not cite any references or sources. ... The word comedy has a classical meaning (comical theatre) and a popular one (the use of humor with an intent to provoke laughter in general). ... Miles Beckett is an American medical student turned filmmaker who is best known for his role in the creation of the lonelygirl15 video series. ... Ramesh Flinders is an 27-year-old American screenwriter who, along with Miles Beckett, created the lonelygirl15 video series. ... Greg Goodfried is an American born former attorney with Mitchell, Silberberg and Knupp, LLP but is probably most known for his work as one of the creators and Executive Producer of the lonelygirl15 series. ... Amanda Solomon Goodfried is a former Creative Artists Agency employee best known for her extensive work with the hit Internet serial lonelygirl15. ... Glenn Rubenstein (born March 2, 1976) is a writer, director, musician, and journalist based in Northern California. ... Amanda Solomon Goodfried is a former Creative Artists Agency employee best known for her extensive work with the hit Internet serial lonelygirl15. ... Greg Goodfried is an American born former attorney with Mitchell, Silberberg and Knupp, LLP but is probably most known for his work as one of the creators and Executive Producer of the lonelygirl15 series. ... Jackson Franco Davis is best known as Jonas from the Lonelygirl15 series of videos. ... Ramesh Flinders is an 27-year-old American screenwriter who, along with Miles Beckett, created the lonelygirl15 video series. ... Miles Beckett is an American medical student turned filmmaker who is best known for his role in the creation of the lonelygirl15 video series. ... This article is being considered for deletion in accordance with Wikipedias deletion policy. ... Yousef (Ang:Joseph) Abu-Taleb (Arabic: ) (born circa 1980) is an American actor of half-Arab, one-quarter English, and one-quarter white American heritage, who is perhaps best known for co-starring in the role of Daniel (Danielbeast) in the lonelygirl15 YouTube drama, alongside Jessica Lee Rose. ... Jackson Franco Davis is best known as Jonas from the Lonelygirl15 series of videos. ... Becki Kregoski is a Canadian actress who is best known for her work portraying the main character of Taylor in the Internet serial lonelygirl15. ... Maxwell Glick is an American actor, known primarily for his role as Spencer Gilman in the Internet series lonelygirl15. ... Amanda Solomon Goodfried is a former Creative Artists Agency employee best known for her extensive work with the hit Internet serial lonelygirl15. ... // Bitsie Tulloch is an American actress who is primarily known for her work on television shows Cold Case, The West Wing, and her role as R2D2s girlfriend in R2-D2: Beneath the Dome, a mockumentary produced by George Lucas telling the life story of the fictional robot R2-D2... Image File history File links This is a lossless scalable vector image. ... The English language is a West Germanic language that originates in England. ... Amanda Solomon Goodfried is a former Creative Artists Agency employee best known for her extensive work with the hit Internet serial lonelygirl15. ... Glenn Rubenstein (born March 2, 1976) is a writer, director, musician, and journalist based in Northern California. ... Greg Goodfried is an American born former attorney with Mitchell, Silberberg and Knupp, LLP but is probably most known for his work as one of the creators and Executive Producer of the lonelygirl15 series. ... Ramesh Flinders is an 27-year-old American screenwriter who, along with Miles Beckett, created the lonelygirl15 video series. ... Miles Beckett is an American medical student turned filmmaker who is best known for his role in the creation of the lonelygirl15 video series. ... Amanda Solomon Goodfried is a former Creative Artists Agency employee best known for her extensive work with the hit Internet serial lonelygirl15. ... Glenn Rubenstein (born March 2, 1976) is a writer, director, musician, and journalist based in Northern California. ... Ramesh Flinders is an 27-year-old American screenwriter who, along with Miles Beckett, created the lonelygirl15 video series. ... Miles Beckett is an American medical student turned filmmaker who is best known for his role in the creation of the lonelygirl15 video series. ... Amanda Solomon Goodfried is a former Creative Artists Agency employee best known for her extensive work with the hit Internet serial lonelygirl15. ... Dwayne Romel Smith (b. ... Glenn Rubenstein (born March 2, 1976) is a writer, director, musician, and journalist based in Northern California. ... Greg Goodfried is an American born former attorney with Mitchell, Silberberg and Knupp, LLP but is probably most known for his work as one of the creators and Executive Producer of the lonelygirl15 series. ... Ramesh Flinders is an 27-year-old American screenwriter who, along with Miles Beckett, created the lonelygirl15 video series. ... Miles Beckett is an American medical student turned filmmaker who is best known for his role in the creation of the lonelygirl15 video series. ... Amanda Solomon Goodfried is a former Creative Artists Agency employee best known for her extensive work with the hit Internet serial lonelygirl15. ... Glenn Rubenstein (born March 2, 1976) is a writer, director, musician, and journalist based in Northern California. ... Miles Beckett is an American medical student turned filmmaker who is best known for his role in the creation of the lonelygirl15 video series. ... Marin County is a county located in Californias San Francisco Bay Area, across the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco. ... 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Yousef (Ang:Joseph) Abu-Taleb (Arabic: ) (born circa 1980) is an American actor of half-Arab, one-quarter English, and one-quarter white American heritage, who is perhaps best known for co-starring in the role of Daniel (Danielbeast) in the lonelygirl15 YouTube drama, alongside Jessica Lee Rose. ... YouTube is a popular video sharing website where users can upload, view and share video clips. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... is the 167th day of the year (168th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2006 (MMVI) was a common year starting on Sunday (link displays full 2006 calendar) of the Gregorian calendar. ... An illustration from Lewis Carrolls Alices Adventures in Wonderland, depicting the fictional protagonist, Alice, playing a fantastical game of croquet. ... YouTube is a popular video sharing website where users can upload, view and share video clips. ... 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A story in The New York Times entitled "‘Lonely Girl’ (and Friends) Just Wanted Movie Deal" revealed the series' creators: Ramesh Flinders, a screenwriter and filmmaker from Marin County, California, and Miles Beckett, a surgical residency dropout turned filmmaker.[2] The New York Times is a daily newspaper published in New York City by Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr. ...


The series, which began June 16, 2006, is still running, with new videos appearing regularly on YouTube, Revver, metacafe, LiveVideo, Veoh, Bebo, and MySpace. is the 167th day of the year (168th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2006 (MMVI) was a common year starting on Sunday (link displays full 2006 calendar) of the Gregorian calendar. ... YouTube is a popular video sharing website where users can upload, view and share video clips. ... Revver is a video sharing website that hosts user-generated content. ... Metacafe website Metacafe desktop application Metacafe is a media and video sharing community on the internet. ... LiveVideos logo. ... Veoh is a San Diego, California-based company that has created a peercasting network for video clip distribution. ... Note: This page or section contains IPA phonetic symbols in Unicode. ... MySpace is a social networking website offering an interactive, user-submitted network of friends, personal profiles, blogs, groups, photos, music, and videos. ...


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Contents

History

lonelygirl15 debuted on YouTube posing as a "real" 16-year-old video blogger with the eponymous username. In "lonelygirl15"'s earliest videos, she posted video replies to, and dropped the names of, popular YouTubers, which attracted the attention of their fans. To further the initial illusion that Bree was a real girl, a MySpace page was set up for her and she began meaningfully corresponding with many of her fans. Several fans of lonelygirl15's video posts began to wonder if Bree was, in fact, a real person or if the posts were part of a teaser campaign for a television show or an upcoming movie[3] (similar to the viral marketing used to hype The Blair Witch Project). Others felt that the blog might be part of an alternate reality game.[4] Name dropping (also called namechecking or brand-name dropping) is the practice of casually inserting the names of important people or institutions into a conversation in order to seem more important to the listener. ... MySpace is a social networking website offering an interactive, user-submitted network of friends, personal profiles, blogs, groups, photos, music, and videos. ... Viral marketing and viral advertising refer to marketing techniques that use pre-existing social networks to produce increases in brand awareness, through self-replicating viral processes, analogous to the spread of pathological and computer viruses. ... The Blair Witch Project is a 1999 low budget independent horror film, financed and distributed by Artisan Entertainment. ... Alternate Reality, see Alternate Reality (computer game). ...


In early August 2006, fans began an active discussion on the www.lonelygirl15.com message boards and instigated an all-out investigation into the details behind lonelygirl15, pointing to small inconsistencies within the videos as evidence that the story might not be genuine. Los Angeles Times reporter Richard Rushfield was the first to provide proof of a hoax, when he wrote of Shaina Wedmedyk, Chris Patterson, and an anonymous law student, who set up a sting on MySpace to reveal that the Creative Artists Agency was behind the videos. Eventually it was revealed that 16-year-old "Bree" was played by 19-year-old New Zealand actress Jessica Rose.[5][6] This just IN !!!:paris hiltons new dog. ... This article or section does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... Creative Artists Agency (CAA) is a talent and literary agency which represents a vast array of actors, musicians, writers, directors, and athletes, as well as a variety of companies and their products. ... This article is being considered for deletion in accordance with Wikipedias deletion policy. ...


Because of lonelygirl15's YouTube popularity, media sources seized upon the story, extensively covering both the search process and the eventual "outing" as a fictional series. She has fooled many people into believing that she is a real 16 year-old.


Afterwards, numerous news sources and talk shows featured interviews with the creators and actors of the series itself.[7][2][8][9][10][11][12][13]


New York Times reporter Virginia Heffernan expanded on the series of revelations on September 12 out with an article which confirmed Jessica Rose's identity, and revealed the identities of her "co-conspirators", Ramesh Flinders, a screenwriter and filmmaker from Marin County, Calif., and Miles Beckett, a doctor-turned-filmmaker. Software engineer Grant Steinfeld was also involved in this project, as a photographer. Amanda Solomon Goodfried assisted in their efforts to hide their identities as well as posed as "Bree"'s online alter-ego. Ms. Goodfried's father-in-law, Kenneth Goodfried, handled various legal matters. The personnel involved worked under a non-disclosure agreement, according to Grant Steinfeld. Steinfeld has verified most of this information to the Times, and provided photographs he took on set of Ms. Rose as proof.[2] Also on September 12, the three main creators gave an interview to the Los Angeles Times revealing the third major partner as Greg Goodfried.[13] The New York Times is a daily newspaper published in New York City by Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr. ... is the 255th day of the year (256th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... A non-disclosure agreement (NDA), also called a confidential disclosure agreement (CDA), confidentiality agreement or secrecy agreement, is a legal contract between at least two parties which outlines confidential materials or knowledge the parties wish to share with one another for certain purposes, but wish to restrict from generalized use. ... is the 255th day of the year (256th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ...


Since the fictitious nature of lonelygirl15 has been revealed, the storyline continued to develop via new videos posted to both YouTube and Revver. However due to the recent partnership with YouTube and Myspace, videos stopped being posted on Lonelygirl15's Revver account, and now are only viewable via Youtube and MyspaceTV. Revver is a video sharing website that hosts user-generated content. ...


After the hoax was discovered

  • Jessica Rose participated in a United Nations campaign in 2006, to fight poverty through an online anti-poverty video.[14] Rose portrayed the lonelygirl15 character as she sat by herself in her bedroom talking to the camera. The subject matter in the video focused on antipoverty, which breaks from the regular subject matter of the show. The video was posted on an alternate account, separate from the main channel.[15]
  • On November 20, 2006, lonelygirl15.com announced that the spin-off OpAphid was the official Alternate Reality Game of lonelygirl15.[16] OpAphid began in late September with what many speculated was a well-produced fan effort, and this announcement merges its characters OpAphid, Tachyon, and 10033/Brother, into the series storyline and continuity. In early February, 2007, it was revealed that Glenn Rubenstein was the original Puppet Master behind the OpAphid Alternate Reality Game and also the creator of its characters, OpAphid, Tachyon, and Brother. Due to internal issues between the Creator's and Glenn, OpAphid is no longer the official ARG.
  • A 2006 episode of Law & Order: Criminal Intent was "inspired" by the lonelygirl15 phenomenon. The episode "Weeping Willow" featured a blogger named weepingwillow17, played by Michelle Trachtenberg. Willow and her boyfriend were kidnapped by men in black who demanded her fans donate money to a website to save their lives. The investigators did not know if Willow was real or fake. Various other video bloggers were also seen decrying weepingwillow as a fake, just like many did on YouTube. The site on the episode was named YouLenz.
  • On November 9, 2006, DEE, a Montreal artist, released a song and a music video entitled lonelygirl.[17] The lonelygirl music video was shot in an almost exact replica of Bree's bedroom. In February 2007 it was featured by YouTube and got hundreds of thousands of views.
  • Wired magazine ran a story on YouTube titled "YouTube Grows Up" in its December 2006 issue, featuring Jessica Lee Rose on the cover.[18]
  • The lonelygirl15 blog won Biggest Web Hit Award on VH1's Big in '06 Awards.[19]
  • Epic Movie released a series of trailers on YouTube in which Carmen Electra spoofed lonelygirl15. Electra portrayed lonelygirl362436. Yousef Abu-Taleb, the Danielbeast actor, even appears in one of them.
  • In the "Best Series" category of the inaugural YouTube Video awards in March of 2007, the series "Ask a Ninja", "Ask a Gay Man", and "Chad Vader - Day Shift Manager" finished first, second and third, with the lonelygirl15 series finishing fourth.[20] The New York Times attributed Lonelygirl's finish to the YouTube community's ill will towards the series.[21]
  • The entire Season One Finale first premiered entirely on MySpace's new video site MySpaceTV on August 3rd, 2007. One video was posted every hour for 12 hours from 8am PST to 7pm PST In the end Bree's character was killed off due to Jessica Lee Rose not renewing her contract for Season Two[citation needed].

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Characters

Jonas/jonastko: Jonas made his entrance, like Gemma, posting video replies to Bree. His wealthy parents were lost at sea six years ago, and he was raised by his Nanny until he came of age. During his introduction he lived alone in a big house with his inheritance at his disposal. He offered shelter to Bree and Daniel when they were on the run, but they have since left his house and traveled to various other out posts, including his residence in the mountains and his aunt's house. After fleeing from his aunt's house, his aunt told him his parents were still alive. This has been confirmed after a new video came out on 8/17/07 by "La Rezisto". After hearing a message Bree left for Daniel at the end of the Season 1 Finale it appears he may try and save the other girls (like Bree) in Season 2, but this is unknown as of yet.[22]


Daniel/Danielbeast: Daniel is Bree's best friend. Daniel is naturally laid-back and a bit of a slacker, but he will do just about anything to protect Bree. While Bree is a creative dreamer, Daniel is usually grounded and the voice of reason. He has a knack for breaking into buildings and other forms of amateur espionage. At the end of the season 1 finale Daniel went his own way.[23]


Taylor/soccerstar4ever: A Revver poster who makes videos similar to the ones Bree made in the beginning of the series. She first appeared when she contacted Jonas, Daniel and Bree with information regarding to Jules, a possible new candidate for the ceremony. She has continued to help the trio with information and clues in their fight against the Order. At the end of season 1 finale Taylor and Sarah both returned back to Zalvalla, Texas.


Sarah/skyisempty: Taylor's older sister, she is a former cheerleader who is very affected by her parent's divorce, changing several aspects of her personality, such as her outlook on life, her wardrobe, and her behaviour. Taylor, however, says that such changes are nothing but 'an act' to cope with the trauma. She joined Jonas and Daniel when Bree was taken in by the Order and is currently assisting them to keep Bree from completing the ceremony. At the end of season 1 finale Taylor and Sarah both returned back to Zalvalla, Texas.


Spencer Gilman/LAlabrat: Spencer is the son of the deceased Isaac Gilman, who was a scientist working for the Wyman Foundation, an in-game research foundation. Isaac was working with Bree's father to help Bree become "trait negative". When Daniel, Jonas, Sarah, and Taylor learned of Isaac Gilman's involvement, his subsequent death under suspicious circumstances, and the existence of his son Spencer, they proceeded to contact Spencer in hopes that he could carry on his father's research. Spencer was wary at first, but he has since decided to help Jonas, Daniel, Sarah, and Taylor with finding Bree and trying to make her trait negative. Spencer is 22 and graduated from UCSD early, completing his B.S. in only 3 years. He is employed by Neutrogena, where he was recently named employee of the month.[24] The University of California, San Diego (popularly known as UCSD, or sometimes UC San Diego) is a public, coeducational research university located in La Jolla, a seaside resort community of San Diego, California. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Neutrogena is an American brand of products that includes facial products, hair care products, and products for the skin, including those that treat acne and moisturize the skin. ...


Former Characters

Bree Avery/lonelygirl15: (October 26, 1989August 3, 2007) Bree was a perky 17-year-old girl (16 at the start of the series) who has been homeschooled for most of her life by her strict and religious parents. Although she is intelligent and well-read, she can be naive and emotionally immature because of her sheltered upbringing. Her family belongs to a mysterious cult called "The Order". In the early stages of the series there was speculation about the similarities to Thelema.[25] Recently it has been learned that Bree's last name is Avery. On the last day of season 1 (in which 12 episodes were made public) Bree died in an act of self-sacrifice to let her friends live normal lives. Strangely however, in a recorded voice mail received after her death, she asks her friends to promise to help other girls in the same circumstances, which will surely complicate their lives. is the 299th day of the year (300th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 1989 (MCMLXXXIX) was a common year starting on Sunday (link displays 1989 Gregorian calendar). ... is the 215th day of the year (216th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2007 (MMVII) is the current year, a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar and the AD/CE era. ... Thelema is the English transliteration of the Ancient Greek noun : will, from the verb θέλω: to will, wish, purpose. ...


Gemma/gemmers19: Gemma first showed up on YouTube replying to one of Bree's videos. They had been friends when Bree was living in England, and they were both part of the same "Order." She was the owner of the dog that Bree alluded to earlier in the series, the dog was Bree's best friend whilst living in England. Gemma claimed to be a University student living in a flat in London who had drifted away from the Order. She would often post videos giving advice to Bree while talking about her life there. It was later revealed that Gemma was actually an agent of the Order who had been in Southern California all along. She was last seen in a video posted by "Brother," in which it is implied that she is shot by him.[26]


OpAphid: OpAphid was the leader of a division of the order called Operation APHID. OpAPHID was an elite organization within the Order (the secret society behind Bree's religion, the Hymn of One). OpAphid


Tachyon: A secret agent, assumed to be a member of The Culper Ring. She worked undercover within the Order (Hymn of One), before disappearing with an encrypted disk full of the Order's secrets. Tachyon helped Bree rescue Daniel when he was captured by the Order, and for a short while she was training Bree to help lead a new Resistance against the Order. Tachyon The Culper Ring was organized by Benjamin Tallmadge under the orders of General George Washington in the summer of 1778. ...


Brother/10033: Tachyon's partner in The Culper Ring who once had an affair with Gemma. Previously, Gemma blew Brother's cover as "Sebastian," which resulted in Gemma's assassination from Brother. Brother The Culper Ring was organized by Benjamin Tallmadge under the orders of General George Washington in the summer of 1778. ...


Trivia

  • The series was developed under the working title The Children of Anchor Cove.[27]
  • lonelygirl15 has various signature items/props that appear in its episodes. Recurring props include a pink feather boa, a safari hat, her beloved puppet Purple Monkey (a.k.a. "P.Monkey"), and her green, stuffed animal turtle, Owen.
  • Much of the music for lonelygirl15 has come from Magnatune and CC Mixter,[28] and is under Creative Commons licenses. Initial lonelygirl15 videos featured RIAA-controlled music such as Roy Orbison and Nelly, but the series quickly moved to only using music that could be used legally, largely all Creative Commons licensed.[29][30] lonelygirl15 has since teamed up with Amie Street to sell[31] music featured in episodes.[32][33][34]

Woman with a black feather boa, c. ... A cowboys hat, usually with a four to six-inch brim, acts as an umbrella in stormy weather, and a shade from the sun in hot weather. ... Magnatune is a small Berkeley, California–based independent record label, founded in spring 2003 by John Buckman, then-CEO of e-mail software company Lyris. ... The Creative Commons (CC) is a non-profit organization devoted to expanding the range of creative work available for others legally to build upon and share. ... Roy Kelton Orbison (April 23, 1936 – December 6, 1988), nicknamed The Big O, was an influential American singer-songwriter, guitarist and a pioneer of rock and roll whose recording career spanned more than four decades. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... Amie Street is a music website created in 2006 by Brown seniors in Providence, Rhode Island. ...

See also

YouTube is a popular video sharing website where users can upload, view and share video clips. ... Alternate Reality, see Alternate Reality (computer game). ... This article is being considered for deletion in accordance with Wikipedias deletion policy. ...

References

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  14. ^ SUZANNE VRANICA. "[http://online.wsj.com/public/article/SB116035279914686330-389uPJPKaJDVikMup2Oz_WKY8Ac_20071009.html U.N. Enlists Internet Star for Antipoverty Pitch]", charity, Wall Street Journal - online, 2006-10-09. Retrieved on 2006-10-09. 
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