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I have been a radio and television talent for 33 years, but primarily have been in the radio world. I started out in cable television back in its early days (1974-1975), migrated to radio (1979-2006) and have come back to video work. I also have plans to do a TV pilot for a "scary movies" combination hosting and sketch show called "Strange and Terrible Theatre."
My early cable work involved writing and acting in a live, weekly 2 hr comedy and music show. A good deal of the show was improv, but some returning character pieces were scripted..I still have the scripts!
From the late 1990's to 2004, I was a founding member of the NH Radio Theatre a fledgling group of radio and tv pros who would gather a few times a year to perform a "real live radio show" in front of a live audience. We had a sound effects person, an organist, the whole schmeer.
Yes, we disbanded in 2004..darn it!
My recent work includes hosting an industrial video for Carl Zeiss SMT and an instructional video for HCPro. In HCPro piece I am a dressed as a doctor and I am the host/narrator.
I love to do creative work. I find it very satisfying to perform or write a piece of copy or a script and see it to its end, whether it is an audio or video creation.
My agent is John Campanello at Between Gigs Casting
My e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org
My cell is 603-582-1972
Home number 603-642-3327
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How is everything with you,I picked interest on you after going through your short profile and deemed it necessary to write you immediately.I have something very vital to disclose to you,but I found it difficult to express myself here,since it's a public site.Could you please get back to me on(email@example.com)for the full details. Have a nice day.
Wonderful of you to connect. Lots going on in a new company that according to Forbes should top Disney. Will keep your profile in mind when they start looking for talent for their upcoming series.
Me too......I just can't wait until I turn 18 years old, because I can't audition for anything. There isn't much my age. It seems to be either 14 years and under or 18 years or older.....I can't stand it, because I've been so ready to work. Sometimes I get frustrated. I'm keeping up with my acting classes and skills by filming during the weekends to stay fresh in the industry for when I 'm 18. I'm also looking for a talent manger if you know a professional one.