I'm a bit of an old-school geek, I adore comic books and gaming. I believe that Saturday morning cartoons from the late 80's and most of the 90's are some of the best entertainment that has ever been made in this country. I still make a bee-line for the toy aisle whenever I'm in a department store.
I hold that life should be fun, and that growing up doesn't mean abandoning the things that made us smile as kids.
Oh, and I refuse to ever get a smartphone. Ever.
Semi-professional actor looking to make the switch into full-time profession. Getting pretty close, too!
I've got a day job moving furniture. It is raw, physical labour that requires very little thought, so I occupy my mind at work with creating stories and scenarios that I intend to, but never will, write down. Definitely not a career, but it's keeping me well fed and housed while I spend my evenings devoted to the arts.
I can dis- and re-locate my left thumb at will. Hasn't proved terribly useful in my adult life, but it got me out of PE in middle school during dodgeball week.
I'm an unapologetically loyal person; Once a friend, always a friend. Regardless of time, distance, or behaviour, I'll always stand by a friend when they need it.
Hands down all time favourite movie is High Fidelity, very closely followed by Almost Famous.
I consider both the book and film of Sideways to be mandatory reading and viewing for every man between the ages of 25 and 45.
Right now I'm really enjoying the British TV series Misfits, big fan of Doctor Who (since 1983!). Been a huge fan of Frasier for years, just recently decided to go watch Cheers and get all the jokes that went over my head as a kid.
As for food? I love everything, but Asian's at my top. Love me some Japanese, Thai, and Vietnamese!
A Steady Supply of Clif Bars
(The last two are a luxury, but I couldn't think of any two other necessities and so figured I could throw in a couple "me" items.)
I change the way I look. A lot. Partially it's the theatre thing, but I think I'd do it anyway. I just like looking in the mirror sometimes and being surprised.
Frankly, just say hi if your interest has been piqued. Seriously, I don't know what the contact etiquette on here is, I feel like I shouldn't say hello until you've also at least looked at my profile. I mean, I wouldn't just come up to someone in a bar and tap them on the shoulder and launch into a conversation; I'd wait until there was mutual eye contact. I'm starting to get the impression that things go a little differently here, though, and I'm not really sure how to conduct introductions.