In Fall 2014, I was grateful to be featured in a media campaign for Eyewitness News. You can catch me in the first seconds of this commercial. Thank you to James Gay and Most Remarkable, LLC. for including me in this production.
Back in the mid-2000’s, I was honored to be a regular on Power 95 FM’s Dr. Dre in the Morning Show. My role was the tenor part of a trio, who’d come in and sing “opera-fied” pop songs. A lot of improv, a lot of silliness, and a great experience working in radio.
Audio clips coming soon!
I’m still wondering.
Back in 2002, I was asked to play several roles in “The War on the War on Drugs“. I was told it would be the “Kentucky Fried Movie” of our generation. Being a goody two-shoes 20-something, I didn’t quite understand that this movie was actually PROMOTING drug use. I was just thrilled to be in a movie.
I have since learned that successful films ~ even low budget ones ~ are made a bit more professionally. I don’t think this turkey ever made it to theatres, but when I recently obtained the DVD (10 years after filming it), I found that most of my scenes had been cut. Thank God for that, as the reviews are dreadful and I myself couldn’t even make it to the end of the DVD.
If you’re a fan of illegal drugs and really desperate to waste a few hours and a few bucks, you can rent the movie here. But don’t expect to see me in it, or to laugh very much!