I've gone radio silent here in terms of blogging for the last 2 1/2 months. I've been pretty busy being pretty unemployed. I haven't quite find found anyone to hire me as their brand spokesman or adventurer co-host. (Not to say I haven't been working on it.) Fortunately my personal assistant has found a job so I'm pretty much just bumming off of him.
If you have been following me on Twitter and Facebook you'll see that I've been keeping quite busy with a number of things and contests. I'll be saving some of those for future posts. I'm a little bitter towards one contest that I'm still not quite over yet. Again, I'll dedicate a blog to that.
Probably the most exciting thing to have happened in the past few months is that I made my big Hollywood debut. If you will recall last year around this time, I entered a contest with Memorex to help save the future with Brock Firestone. The top prize was a huge TV and going to L.A. to film a cameo. I got the TV earlier this year (works great) and I went to LA in the spring to film my cameo in a movie called "Elvis Lives." It was being produced by The Asylum and aired on AXS TV.
Going out to LA was great. I had a great time on the set of the movie and everyone was incredibly nice and friendly. I even got a tour of The Asylum's Headquarters and production studio. I also got to pitch my idea of a truly epic movie "The Adventures of Colt Sebastian Taylor." Sadly, Hollywood wasn't ready for it but nevertheless I had an amazing time talking to the people there.
While my part was only a few seconds of the movie, it was truly an amazing experience and a most grand adventure.
Click here to purchase your own copy of Elvis Lives.
Check out my cameo.
Big thanks to Asylum, AXS TV, Memorex, George, Marie, and Tres.
Here are some behind the scenes pictures of the production.