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cupsandballsmagic
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If you have, maybe you could help me out!
PM me please. Smile
Thanks,
Bri
Greg Arce
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What do you mean by "a lot?" I was the in-house writer/producer/editor/director for Florida International University in the mid-80s and since then I've shot several video projects and completed a full length feature on digital. Does that qualify?
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RenzIII
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I have done a bit, what do you want to know?
Johnny_Dee
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Well I use to be the video assist for Timeline movie here in Montreal. PM me if I can help you in any way.

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Hi Gambituk1
I am a member of British Actors Equity Association. Being a member is the best way to get started in TV and Film. I've done loads of walk-on parts and appeared in Chewin' The Fat, a cult comedy show in Scotland. You can get information about how to become an Equity member from your local branch (in your phone book) although it is quite tough. Once you're a member you'll need an agent to get you TV/Film work. Good Luck
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Hi gambituk1 , I've worked as a professional magician for 3 years on a tv show at channel 4 in Portugal.
If there is anything I can do to help you, just let me know.

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Kind Regards,
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I did lots of "trench" tv......live tv spots with no get ready except, "oh...by the way, be at (such and such) studio at 11 am (or 4 AM for a taping).

Do what you can carry in your pockets and be a nice guy. Be sure to get any info you need out by stealing a moment ot two ahead of time to "prime" the host he/she will appreciate the help in steering to the meat of the topic. Then, just have fun.

when touring I did a tv talk show every other day in a diffrernt town....the funniest is radio. Magic guest on the radio....went ok but sure seemed stupid at first..but advertising is advertising.

feel free to contact me for specifics If I can help.

Bryan
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