Did you see me on Fargo last night? Here’s the long path I took to get there. My first serious acting gig was when I was eight or nine years old. I was to play the absent-minded professor, a major
I worked on my first international production today, and it was a great experience. A US/Canadian set with a very talented group of people. Observation: most of the people running the show (ADs, etc.) are women. This pleases me. A
I’ve been remiss in keeping my followers up to date on what’s happening this year. In the beginning of the year I worked on a student film called Joy To The World, in which I played the boss of a
I was invited by film students from the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) to act in their end-of-year project. (Edited to add: The short film is called Joy To The World, and my character was mean to Santa Claus.)
My costume for tonight’s live gig. I played a German ski instructor, who also called a square dance.
I did some shooting yesterday for a couple of commercials. The boom mic is resting on a step ladder because we didn’t have enough crew. Jury, the fearless director, is holding up a whiteboard to provide shade for my scene.
This is my demo reel, courtesy of Peter Skagen. None of these is my real accent.
I’m happy to be here, and to say hello to all of you. My name is Randolph, and I grew up in Johannesburg, South Africa. In 2010 I moved with my spouse to Canada, and have been setting up shop
This Easter weekend, I participated in the production of a short film, for the Calgary Underground Film Festival‘s 48-hour Movie Making Challenge. The rules require a film between two and five minutes in length (including titles), and each team is
For the longest time, I have wanted to be a B-list celebrity. I get a kick out of being recognised as “that guy” from a play or a television commercial, but I would not want my face plastered across the