Can’t stop now! Thanks for that.
I used to, until they started paying me to look like this :)
Seriously, no I don’t. History and entertainment are full of examples of people whose looks did not fit the standard of beautiful or handsome, but who left their marks on the world. It only matters that you know who you are inside and that you treat others as you would want to be treated. A sense of humor helps, too. I take inspiration from Abraham Lincoln, who said “Ugly people must be God’s favorites, for he made so many of us.”
Thanks for the question!
Wow so glad I creeped you out :D Here’s a vid with a little background and the reaction when it first came out last Halloween http://www.imdb.com/video/demo_reel/vi3054609689/ I had a lot of fun playing the Facebook Stalker. It even scared me when I let him look at my own Facebook profile. I was like “If that creepy-ass SOB comes to my house I’m gonna…oh wait that’s me.”
Honored to be included in this Jennifer Lawrence fanfic piece in which I am hosting an awards ceremony that Jennifer attends…
“Sometimes I miss Indies,” Jennifer said as there was a small break in between categories.
“You wish you had stuck with it?” Josh questioned.
“A little. But I like studios too. That’s where I met you.” she said, clutching his chin. He smiled but swatted her arm away. “What category is next?” she asked.
Again with the Daniel Craig in this DC Film review write-up on Peter Dukes’ horror short THE BEAST. I’ve had “sand-blasted Daniel Craig,” “dude it’s a creepy Daniel Craig” and my favorite of all, from a review of Jason Zada’s “Take This Lollipop” last fall, “a malnourished Daniel Craig.” Adding this one to the collection: “Oberst is fascinating to look at; like Daniel Craig without 007’s bells and whistles”