Hey folks, I'm cross posting this in several different social media sites. Yes, it's shameless self promotion. Welcome to my world. Carmind, where I play one of the recurring characters, has asked that I share a link for a *very* short survey (all of 8 questions). They are using the results of that survey as part of their planning/brainstorming future episodes. Future episodes = more work = a good thing. If you have a second could you take the survey please?
A minor disclaimers - I am *not* involved with the survey in anyway, except posting this link. Didn't think the questions up, don't know anything about surveys. Please feel free to address that stuff to Carmind.
So when I said I was sunsetting LJ, I hadn't been doing some reading on self-promoting one's work as an actor. Turns out, while I may not *post* a lot, I should be using *all* my social media sites for letting folks know about this stuff. So...
Liz Mortensen and I did a quick video poem for the upcoming Carmageddon this weekend (for those of you not in the LA area, Carmageddon is the term the news folks are using to talk about the possible horrific traffic snarl that the shutting of a major freeway is going to cause) in Los Angeles.
While many of you might have seen this on other sites, or gotten email about it, I'm doing a blast about it to get the word out and ask that people help with getting the word out. I'm asking that you:
1) Check it out (its on YouTube) and 2) if you like it, please spread the link around - social networking sites and the like. We're hoping for a nice numbers of hits on this thing.
I suppose the 'biggest' news is that back in March I worked on a short film project called "The Garden". Its currently being showed at the U.S. Pavilion at the World Expo in China. Its an 8 minute production, shown in "4D" (whatever that means...)
Been a while since I had the time/energy to post any acting updates, so here goes.
1) Worked 3 days on an NBC Dateline show that will be part of the lead in stuff that's being done for Leno's move to Prime Time. I play a real world LAPD Detective working on the Sandy Berman murder.
2) Another episode of "Looking for Grace".
3) And 2 days on another music video. Featured player on one day. The video is for the artist Gavin Rossdale's "Forever May You Run".
First day I was an boss chasing Rossdale around the set, and then ended up on a grass covered hilltop, watching the sun go down.
I was booked for one day, but they asked me to return for a second day.
The next day, in downtown LA being a construction worker and a guy walking down the street.
Fun shoot, and it turns out that the music video in which I played a cop chasing band members around was produced by the same production company as this one. The Executive Producer saw my headshot in the submission file and booked me right away. Apparently the company *likes* my work and my attitude.
I also found out that the first music video is finished, but until I know where its being shown, I can't talk much about it. And trust me, I want to talk about that one.