After sending this video to a select group of peers Elan received this email two days later….
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White Guy playing a Black Guy.
Colorful & animated (choices) but distracting to REALITY.
Passionate performance but Continue reading Den of Thieves
A “taped” audition for a Spec Commercial being shot in January.
Role 1: Guy Hooper
Male/ Cauc./ 35-45/ Has the looks of a Vin Diesel meets Ego Maniac Paul Bunyan type. (Does not need to be bald, beard preferred but can be grown in time for shoot). Talent needs to portray an egomaniac to comical proportions. Character is vain mountain-climbing adventurer with little to no respect to people or nature.
is what I had to go on. This could very well be the dumbest thing I’ve ever done, in the shortest amount of time.
This is a play by James McLure. I play the character SILVIO.
Here is a review of the play I’m in. The production is good. There are four actors in the play.
There is Brian.
Brian is a twirler.
He says he twirls fire.
I think the fact that he twirls says much more [about him] than what he twirls.
Brian is a local actor and has a penchant for comedy. Not that what he says is funny as much as he is consistently telling jokes. He quips, zings, and guffaws his way through topics. The hard topics. The topics that matter—eating fire, his ex-girlfriends ex-nose job, bobbing for apples in vodka, drunk parking (which is as bad as drunk driving), diving push ups, Continue reading Accomplice
I’m doing this for a Jewish outreach program. It’s a song called “I Wish I Had Some Money.” I play an Israeli cousin with a happy tone, and a know-it-all heart. The people working behind the scenes have been fantastic; thanks to all involved! I also sang in this song. It’s sort of like the Finale in Les Miserables. Enjoy.
I would like to see this.
Wish I could give credit to the person who wrote it. It was found in a one-act monologue book. (I would normally never get a monologue from a monologue book but I was desperate.)
I’m not particularly fond of the actual performance but I do like the spontaneity.
What makes you think you’re up for the challenge of surviving alone in the wilderness?
I feel like I’m up to the challenge because I’m fit. I box. I eat well. I just finished hiking the Inca trail to Machu Picchu and stood at an altitude over 16,000ft. As well, I like the ladies. I always have time for the ladies. Seriously. Unless I’ve got to get to the top first. Then I don’t have time. I can’t make time if I’m going to lose time. Unless we’re a team. I will help someone who is down. On the Inca trail, one of our guides took a bad step and his water bottle popped out and began descending down the edge of a mountain and I dove and grabbed it. I saved the life of his water bottle. He thanked me the whole time, but I only did what was right. I’m a hero.
When you click the page scroll down to Brand Management. This is a short film by Anna Hurkarobles. I play a freelance design consultant named Louis.
A Mudd Jeans commerical I was in that aired on MTV. It’s kind of sexist, in that the only office contact this lady (wearing Mudd Jeans) has, is a potential sexual partner. Oh, well. That partner is me!
Torn Parachutes from Allen Tullos on Vimeo.
I play the guy, who’s in love with the other guy, and fights the best friend (who’s also in love with the other guy).