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 character in one of those end-of-year school productions where every grade had to put onContinue reading My absent-minded journey to Fargo
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 large percentage of the crew is female.
30 seconds of pain. Mortifying. Two ways to describe my first television advert on Lloydminster’s local news channel. I did it as a favour for a chartered plane company in town, and when you take into account that I didn’t want to do any lines on camera, the end result wasn’t too bad. To saveContinue reading Canadian television debut