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Tagged With: acting

From The Webz – Arby’s Commercials

Maybe you’ve already seen ’em, but if you haven’t here they are: three internet commercials for Arby’s luscious Reuben sandwich. I’m pretty sure their slogan isn’t “It’s like putting sex in your mouth”, but it should be! Produced by the eminently creative team at HLG Films.

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Audition Advice From NBC’s “Smash”

Spoilers Ahead, don’t say I didn’t warn you. I’m not exactly sure why I watched the first episode of the new show Smash, which is set to premiere on February 6 but can currently be watched through Xfinity’s OnDemand for free. I mean I know why, my wife put it on while we were waiting … Continue reading »

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Where Have I Been?!

So it’s been awhile since I posted anything on my blog, and for that I owe all twelve of you reading this an apology. I kid, I kid… I’m one of the twelve reading this, so it’s really only eleven people I owe an apology to. Why has it been so long? I would blame … Continue reading »

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Leap Year Is Here!

The web series to end all web series has finally debuted, and it is a doozy! We’re even featured on the home page of TVGuide.com! Well we were, really… really! Anyway, see for yourself what critics around the world have called “the best web series sponsored by a small-business insurance company” by going to LeapYear.tv. … Continue reading »

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Leap Into The Something

I’m sitting on a transnational flight heading from San Francisco to New York City, to shoot for a few days on a web series project called Leap Year. Without getting into too much detail, it’s basically about some people who take the leap from the business world of steady employment and start their own businesses. … Continue reading »

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The Stress Of The Working Actor

Let me make one thing clear: I know stress. I have a son who just started kindergarten, until recently I worked as a department head in a five-star hotel, and I frequently need to find parking in downtown San Francisco. I know stress, I’ve felt stress, and I have a handful of gray hairs to … Continue reading »

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No Excuses – Do Your Acting Homework

Today I had an audition, a fairly easy one that was right up my alley. I was to wear a suit and just stand up and talk a lot, a skill-set that represents 99% of the jobs I’ve been booking this year. The problem came with the talking part: see, for some reason I had … Continue reading »

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Real-World iPad Extravaganza!

I recently took a three-week road trip across the country, visiting 13 cities in 14 states (we blasted right through Oklahoma without staying the night), meeting dozens of interesting people, and doing lots and lots of work. I know that there are questions that a lot of you would want answered about a trip like … Continue reading »

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