You can always check out my resume and bio, if you want to know what I've officially "done." The point of this blog is to discuss the kind of mayhem that I encounter (though without compromising the "confidentiality" clause that seems to be in every contract ever).
I will always try to keep it short and sweet... or at least not too bitter.
I hope you enjoy, and by all means-- feel free to offer feedback. (But I'd prefer you not call me too many nasty names. Even if I deserve it.)
To get started:
I recently completed my contract with an "Untitled Greenville Series" (though I'm sure most anyone can figure out what the show was). I was hired as a Casting Director, but was demoted to Casting Associate as the show brought in a more experienced CD from L.A. By no means was I offended, as it was a great opportunity to work with a CD that was awesome! The show did have some... shall we say "challenging"... casting needs. The upside: I spent many evenings at strip-clubs talking with young ladies who were comfortable doing nude scenes. The downside: My wife knew I was there. But all in all, it was a fun job, and my wife didn't divorce me. So all's well that ends well...
I came home to work on a commercial as an actor. I was asked to play a "nerd," and I had a lot of fun playing myself. (See below.) I decided to model my character after a middle school instructor (whom I will refrain from naming) that had a bushy mustache. During class, he would pick his nose when he thought no one was looking, then he'd wipe the boogers into his bushy mustache and discreetly lick them out. Pretty gross, right? You can't make up stuff that good. You just have to steal it from real life. I'm sure that, when the commercial goes live, my friends will recognize it!
Well, I appreciate any random readers out there, and I hope you'll continue to follow my adventures. With a number of jobs coming up over the next few weeks, I am certain I will have some more amusing stories for you.