March 29, 2006

Overexposed

I've been lucky lately. As many of you know, I love to act. Most of the year I fulfill my desire to do so by being in a play or two or doing some improv here and there. But every so often I get to make a commercial, take a small part in a local indie feature or appear in an industrial vignette.

But right now, the flood gates are open. Four short parodies I was in played all week during Novell's Brainshare at the Salt Palace. Two versions of an anti-tobacco commercial started airing last week (a 60 and a 30). And, this week or next ... wait for it ... a Check City commercial starts up. So, watch for me Utah readers. I'm everywhere right now. I'm big. I'm a thing.

But not really. I just liked saying that for a second. I do, honestly, love acting and though it's not Hollywood it is a blast to be working. If you see me, let me know.

Oh, and here is a link to the Novell parodies. The ones I'm in are 24x7, Lost, CSI and Desperate IT Guys. I was told they are more funny if you are an IT person or involved in the computer industry.

Novell Videos

If you think I suck, spare me the comments. Just tell me in person.

5 comments:

April Fossen said...

Lovin' the 'stache.

lisa v. clark said...

You rock, Brett! Apparently you ARE on "the radar" as they say. Wanna do some theater? Someone was asking me about you today (if you had a nickle, huh). Lemme know!

The Grunt said...

You did not suck one bit, man. I'm proud of you and your magnificant mustache, a little jealous of it too. Bradford=Bigtime.

Charise said...

So awesome! I can finally say I macked on somebody "famous". My life's work is done.

Funny stuff...

Shawn said...

You are too cool for school!

I actually had my "15 minutes of fame" when I had several national commercials running, shot Lands End catalogs, and was in the Speigel catalog. My biggest moment of glory, though, was when someone in the grocery store said that they thought that they knew me,...but it was when I was on several billboards and on every taxi and bus all over town, for a radio station...

Either that or they were just trying to hit on me.