This was an advertisement I did for Right Fit, a casting company specializing in different kinds of…boys. Yeah, I know. Listen, we all have to make a living and the early 90s were pretty hard on me, so I might have taken a job or two that didn’t exactly seem okay.
Part 1 in a potentially endless series of what every text conversation would look like between the male and female leads in every single film by Jean-Luc Godard.
Don’t get me started on Sean.
Thanks for voting for Reagan and then blaming our attitudes on apathy and entitlement when we complain about how houses don’t cost $20,000 anymore and we can’t just work a part-time job to pay for college.
This is an ad I did for a a limb removal service specializing in arms. It was a big fad in the early 90s to have your arms cut off by a licensed limberjack. We all have that crazy aunt who has no arms and insists her life was way better as a result of having them voluntarily amputated. But we all know who can’t feed herself or, you know…during Thanksgiving dinner.
Fun fact: the model who portrayed Beefcake Blaine (real name Hartwell Tumnusiamish) played for two seasons with the Tampa Bay Storm in the Arena Football League. Sadly he perished while flexing a little too hard during a team photo-shoot and his neck exploded.