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SAG-AFTRA Radio Plays, Commercial Acting in LA, Education Meetings for Singers & More

Don’t Miss These Events  [1] Audition for the SAG-AFTRA Radio Plays, Nov. 4 [2] Commercial Acting in LA: A Session Director’s Guide, Nov. 9 [3] The Los Angeles Singers Committee presents: Educational Meetings for SAG-AFTRA Singers (EMSAS), Nov. 15 [4] 10th Annual United Way of Greater LA HomeWalk, Nov. 19 [5] Reminders and Announcements W&W Meetings, [...]

By | November 5th, 2016|Working Blog|0 Comments

Video Game Strike Picket Line

Call to Action! Join Us Tomorrow on the #PerformanceMatters Picket Line! Please RSVP here if you can join us. If you can’t please Tweet your support.  We had more than 300 members, including our brothers and sisters from allied unions, join our first video game strike picket at Electronic Arts last week. It sent a [...]

By | November 5th, 2016|Working Blog|0 Comments


Film festivals are some of the best places for discovering new talent in the entertainment world. Whether you are an actor, filmmaker, or both, having your work screened at festivals is a great way to gain exposure and connect with industry peers. Panelists will discuss how film festivals are programmed, criteria for submissions, and some strategies for submitting [...]

By | November 5th, 2016|Working Blog|0 Comments

ICCC Anniversary Celebration, United Way HomeWalk, Educational Meetings for Singers, The Inside Scoop on Casting, NewFilmmakers LA Film Festival & More

Don’t Miss These Events   [1] Member Discount: Inner City Cultural Center “Out of the Ashes” Anniversary Celebration, Nov. 4 – 5 [2] 10th Annual United Way of Greater LA HomeWalk, Nov. 19 [3] The Los Angeles Singers Committee presents: Educational Meetings for SAG-AFTRA Singers (EMSAS), Nov. 15 [4] SAG-AFTRA National Native Americans Committee Presents: [...]

By | November 5th, 2016|Working Blog|0 Comments

Jerry Lewis

Today I went to see American acting legend Jerry Lewis. He was speaking in Los Angeles. He is 87 and tomorrow is his 88th birthday he said. During his speaking engagement he was showing videos from his past. Mostly older people were in audience - when I mean older I mean 60 years of age [...]

By | March 16th, 2014|Tall Actor Blog, Working Blog|0 Comments

Los Angeles Marathon

I participated in Los Angeles Marathon on Sunday. Sort of..I was on my bycicle. Friends told me not to run because I am too tall and my knees may hurt. This is true - I haven't seen any people over 6'8'' in height running marathon. But I did join for the part of the race [...]

By | March 10th, 2014|Working Blog|0 Comments

Remembering what to say

I am curious how come all these famous people which receive awards for the life of achievment but cannot remember their 30 seconds speeches. They all seem to pull out that wrinkled paper out of pocket and read it while their hands are shaking. I realize that they are excited but for the 30 second [...]

By | March 3rd, 2014|Working Blog|0 Comments

Watching Oscars

I'm currently watching Hollywood celebrate itself and through my hard work I will try to be the tallest actor ever invited to Oscars party or even better to be nominated for one of the movie roles I am yet to get. I am looking forward to learning who will win the Oscar for the best [...]

By | March 3rd, 2014|Working Blog|0 Comments

Carel Struycken

Carel lives in Los Angeles and is 7 feet tall. He is from Netherlands and he is 65 years old according to Wikipedia. Wikipedia page also indicates that his size is a result of disorder called acromegaly, which is often associated with giantism, but it is not the same as giantism. In its extreme conditions, [...]

By | February 28th, 2014|Working Blog|0 Comments

Andre the Giant

When people talk about Andre the Gian and try to introduce him, they use the term "Gentle Giant." Did you know, that most of giants are actually gentle and it is very short people who are the opposite. Someone once compared giant people and small people to dogs. Large dogs are calm and rarely bark, [...]

By | February 24th, 2014|Working Blog|0 Comments

Los Angeles casting facilities

One of my favorite casting facilities in Los Angeles is located on 200 La Brea Street. The space is very spacious conveniently located and it has a pretty good parking around it. Most importantly I have been booking a lot of work from that location and I hope my fortune continues. For some reason when [...]

By | February 23rd, 2014|Working Blog|0 Comments

Shopping at the Big and Tall

I am currently in Ventura County shopping at big and tall store. Clothing for tall people is pretty hard to find but fortunately United States has specialty stores which cater to tall people. They call themselves big and tall stores because 75 percent seems to be designed for big people and only 25 percent for [...]

By | February 23rd, 2014|Working Blog|0 Comments

NCAA basketball on TV

I am watching get some NCAA basketball on TV. The game is between Gonzaga in San Diego University. I am thinking of my college basketball days. It is fortune and a great timing that I have booked my first major movie in the summer after  college. If it was earlier I would not be elgible [...]

By | February 23rd, 2014|Working Blog|0 Comments

Tallest Actor Returns

This is the title of the advertising campaign I have come up with: "Tallest Actor Returns." Yes, I return - because I was gone for almost 3 years and the moment I started auditioning, I booked ATT commercial. This is why "Tallest Actor Returns" would be a good title of some advertising banners I could [...]

By | February 22nd, 2014|Working Blog|0 Comments

Weather in Dallas Texas

Someone told me that 2 years ago dallas had 4 months of a really bad weather. I asked him to be more specific and this guy said that they had 4 months of every single day temperatures of hundred and ten degrees. This just sounds unbelievable to me. Does it really get that hot in [...]

By | February 20th, 2014|Working Blog|0 Comments

Filming of AT&T commercial

I must say that this is one of the most efficient projects I have worked on. Director knew exactly what he wants and how to get it. We moved very quickly through the scenes with 3-5 retakes on each scene. David Robinson and other NBA players were done at 330. The rest of us were [...]

By | February 20th, 2014|Working Blog|0 Comments

Back in Los Angeles

I came back to Los Angeles last night. Took American Airlines flight from Dallas and landed in Los Angeles 1 hour late. My chauffeur was from a Ukraine and we talked about situation in his country. It sounds like a bad situation and I hope it works out to the best but he was not [...]

By | February 20th, 2014|Working Blog|0 Comments

Landed in Dallas Texas

2 hours ago I landed at Dallas Texas and now we are on the way to wardrobe fittings. 6 of us came from Los Angeles. 1 guy missed his exit so we have to wait for him. Dallas seems to have the same temperature as Los Angeles does. But I see no palm trees. One [...]

By | February 18th, 2014|Working Blog|0 Comments