Tiger

9. Robert Craighead, talks Future Man, Acting, and making it in Hollywood

Robert Craighead.

Oh those jobs we had before acting…Robert knows Altoona, PA!
The moment Jennifer recognizes Robert from his New Girl role!
Robert gives up the spiel of his 32 years strong marriage.
He sings country music, and talks about the movie he wrote, so someone give him money to make it!
I’ve killed Robert in Tomb Raider! You may have played him on Dead Rising Three!
Are we victims of epigenetic imprinting? (I’m such a nerd!)
Shoot Oklahoma look like Russia, why not?
Send Robert an iPhone 10 and some Venison Jerky!
How Hollywood can make you look 30 years younger
Rico will be on the TV Show Goliath and Fifth passenger opens this week.
Robert’s epodes of FutureMan, and Painted Woman, Tiger Hunter are opening soon!
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Ep/ 8 Daniel R Hill, Actor from The Resident, Tiger, and Rust Creek.

Daniel Hill talks about how his accent from Louisville, KY has helped his career. What happens when states gain and loose their tax incentives. What it’s like being in a nude scene with Emilia Clarke from Game of Thrones. Living in Los Angeles and Boyle Heights and dealing with traffic. Believing you’re the greatest actor in the world.
Find your tribe. “If you can’t change the people around you, change the people around you” Become a solution, don’t be a problem. Take some meetings.

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