Let’s Start Off 2022 With A Bang!!

Thank you for an incredible year!

So while 2021 was rather eventful with the whole COVID recovery and new strain lurking fiasco among other social issues, there was some good that came out of all of it! All in all, 2021 has been a good year. Robert had over 38 total auditions with his type, worked his first stand-in role for a big budget horror film to be released on Paramount+ next year. Robert was invited to be a co-host for a podcast TV show that’s being broadcast across multiple continents, which by the way is an amazing show, you need to watch! Tuesday nights 8pm EST on ZingoTV.com, @SpanglishNTWK, Youtube, FB, IG, or Twitter, now we’re broadcasting live on our own Twitch channel! We’re everywhere baby! Starting January, he has also been invited to be an intern at the Actors Studio in New York City. Great stuff. Here’s to an amazing start to 2022! Don’t forget to crack open a cold one (you’re preferred bevy) on January 2nd, as that is Robert’s birthday. Maybe he’ll do a live show from home to celebrate with all ya’ll? 😉 Positivity and light to all, see ya’ll next year!

Take care.

Electric Love Cats

A new band is in the works. You can come see what is going on by going to FaceBook or ReverbNation. The links are listed below. New media and other content will be available soon.

The Electric Love Cats Facebook Page
The Electric Love Cats ReverbNation Page

Bitter, But Looking Forward!

I want to make it public that I DO NOT like Domain.com, AT ALL! I have been in business with them for roughly three years now, and within that time I had a domain name transferred from another domain registrar. A name that I have held for over 16 years and counting. Just this last week I was told that the name had been sold out from underneath due to the fact that I had not renewed my registration. Believe me, if I had known that my registration was due, I would have been johnny-on-the-spot! Seems like the last 16 years were nothing but a waste! My friends can tell you that I had held onto that name for dear life knowing full well that if I lapsed in renewal someone would come and snatch it up. Well… that time has come and I feel violated. Domain.com did nothing to tell me that it was up for renewal, and had told me when I asked that it was industry wide inpolicy that you only get notified when you pay a ton of money for a premium service that really has no bearing other than to line their own pockets.

As it is, I no longer have the domain, but when I signed up with GoDaddy.com this morning to set up a newer name, what do you think they offered?? For only a few extra dollars I was able to get them to tell me at the end of my registration that it is about to be put out for someone else to get, but only after they have contacted me for up to a year after the domain expires. Is Domain.com the right choice in your opinion? Not mine. As soon as I am able, I am transferring my MrFrench.TV domain to GoDaddy.com I do not know what was in me when I decided to go with Domain.com. Seriously, do not use them if you do not want your name outsold on you!!!

Headshots have arrived! I want to thank my new friend Junio for doing an excellent job with them. Junio was a classmate of mine in a local acting school. Little did I know! But you can go to my HOMEPAGE to see the goods. I have only four there, but the others are just as awesome.

I am six weeks away from graduating college! When I am done, I’m doing a full court press on acting and doing some music stuff. It would be nice if I could get a job that could help me combine all those skills together, than it wouldn’t even be work, right? I am excited to see what the future brings, as I have submitted for a couple roles that will hopefully help add credits to my resume and boost my credibility to potential Agents and Managers!

Something else that I am happy to announce is that I have signed up with one of Manhattan’s most famous comedy clubs… Caroline’s Comedy Club for a beginner’s class in stand-up comedy. I am hoping that this will help me get some comedic timing, and provide a way for me to think outside the envelope when writing my own material to use in films. After all, I am graduating with a degree in Journalism, right????

The photography equipment is in the works still, I am working towards getting a few other goals finished first, but you know me. I will definitely do a podcast here in the next few days because I am wanting to get that on a steady stream of updates as well. Be looking out for that real soon!

Don’t worry you guys, I am doing well and I am happy to get the things done I want to get done. Positivity!

Keep them horns to where I can see them!     \m/(::)\m/

Au Revior

~ Robert

Wind It Down, or Up?

Is it really that bad? No. This is a production still from the feature film, “Moirai” that I have been filming for the last year on the weekends. This is me portraying a character who is in a psych session airing his issues, and having a tough enough time talking about them. Even though we have been filming all this time, it just now seems like we are getting into the “nuts and bolts” of the feature. We have been figuring things out as we go, which by definition has made it tough for us to smooth out a storyline. It has been a very organic experience, but fun to do. Sometimes, it can be tougher than I imagined, but it is all for the film. As much as I would like to give you the breakdown of the film, that would be cheating now wouldn’t it? We want you to see the film. You will be shocked and amazed I can tell you that!

I am adding a headshot or two onto the home page. I want the industry folks to see what I have, what my character looks are, so that it makes it easier to cast me. Right now, there are the usual photos that I have. As you can see I do not have new headshots, but they are coming! Best believe.

I have come to the end of writing my very first screenplay outline. I gave up on writing dialog for now because I just needed to get the outline finished first. It was killing me to come up with dialog without having an ending. Now that I have an ending, I can start writing the dialog again. Fun stuff!

This year has been a good year. I had multiple auditions that I never thought that I would ever get to attend, and ended up filming a few scenes while maintaining work, school and the weekend filming with the Moirai production. All in all, I’d say I had a really good year. Even with another month left to go in 2013, who knows… maybe a great reoccurring role might land in my lap? Wishful thinking. 🙂 I will continue to push forward, MUSH! MUSH you huskies!

Next August I graduate college with a bachelors in communications. My next step, I think, would be to somehow land more classes with either the Connecticut School of Broadcasting, or some other journalism related class related to broadcasting. But you know I will never give up acting. It is too much fun, and I am learning a lot. By the way… a buddy of mine, Kuch, has found a practice space in New York City to where we can play music, and all I need to do is bring drumsticks! That is totally cool because if anyone knew how heavy drum equipment is, and how time consuming it is to set that stuff up, you’d know that it is a good thing to just bring drumsticks!

Horns up you guys!

~ Robert

Looking good!

I am really happy with my new design to this site! Headshots are coming. Demo reel is in the works, as I speak. I have a few scenes that I will be adding to it, and it looks like I have new material that is about to come up in March! Passport is in the mail, I am definitely looking forward to more international auditions! It is a game of numbers. I think that by having a manager that can help me develop my brand might be really important! Having a manager could really help reduce the number of people I see too. Know anyone? I am completely moldable, shapable — as long as it fits my “salt of the earth”, “blue collar”, and “all around nice guy/ but not a push-over!” character. 😉 I’m still keeping busy with work, school, and taking acting classes as much as possible. Where do I find the time?! I think that my higher power gives me everything that I know that I can handle. I also think that I could be doing more, but that is just my own feeling. Maybe I will look into volunteering somewhere. I like helping others, seriously! Maybe next time I will have some really fabulous news that will knock your socks off, but until then… horns up!

~ Robert

Been busy, busy, busy

It’s been a month since my last post, but I want to thank everyone for checking out my Official Website! Things have been on the down low lately, I have been doing a lot of personal business and really have nothing to report on the entertainment business side as of yet. I have been active though! I have been submitting my butt off for everything that comes my way that is related to my niche character. I could really use a Manager and a good Agent, but that will come. I graduate with an Associate’s Degree at the end of July, looking forward to jumping right back in and getting a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism. Even thought that is not exactly the degree I want, it is what is available. I can always transfer to a local college and take Acting, or maybe even Broadcasting. Now those are the classes that I would love to take! Student Film season is about to wind down, and the fall show schedule is about to start, if it has not started already. There should be some more bookings soon. I am hopeful that an audition for a principal role will come soon, hey maybe I might be able to even book it! That would be totally cool. I have to start somewhere. Big news is coming soon though, I will reveal when the time comes! Horns up!

I’m Getting My Team Assembled

I have been in talks with several area industry people and it looks like my ladder climbing is paying off. Granted, I am still at the bottom, but I am doing what I can to get myself out there. I signed up with a new online casting agency, which seems promising. I have contacted an Entertainment Lawyer who seems to be on the up. He told me he can help me with contracts and things, not to help me push my screenplay- that is the work of an Agent. I do need a respectable Agent though, as well as a good Manager. I’ll get there. I am in the process of scripting a demo reel, and I have a couple ideas on how I will get it filmed. For those who don’t know what a demo reel is, it’s a highlight reel of an actor’s best work. Since I do not have any on-screen material, I will have to craft one myself. By the way, did anyone see me on Sunday night’s “NYC 22” on CBS? I had plenty of facetime! Now I just need dialog! :o) Newer headshots are my next priority, the reel, and then the Agent and Manager. I can almost taste the success man! Stick with me! Horns up!