Saturday, July 15, 2006

Agent Smagent.

I finally sat down and did it. I called every agency in Ross Reports. And it worked. I have appointments with three so far. I had extended conversations with the heads of a number of them. Gersh wants to see the script and potentially rep me as an actor. Same with Innovative Artists. I spoke to and was asked to send info about me, the actor, directly to the heads of about ten of these agencies, i.e. Carole Russo of Agents for the Arts; Clay Smith at Independent Artists; Nancy Carson of Carson-Adler (who I spoke with for about 20 minutes), and the list goes on. Good stuff I tell you :) Damn exciting.

Thursday, July 13, 2006

Gosh, will the good news ever stop?! TO THE TOP BABY!


1) I just received this email: "Congratulations! We have accepted your chapter proposal for inclusion in Guerrilla Marketing on the Front Lines: 25 WorldClass Marketing Coaches Reveal Their Inside Secrets to Send Your Profits Soaring, by Jay Levinson and Mitch Meyerson. Yoursuccess stories will greatly enhance the book and benefit its readers. We're honored to add your name to the list of superstars featured in this book.]

My story will be about how I kept my business, my film, and my dreams alive from Iraq using Guerrilla Marketing principles, and how others can emulate my strategy within their own business in times of crisis. :)

2) AND... I just spoke with William Morris Agency today and guess what they asked me to send them? The good ol' script for "In the Wake". That makes three of the top three agencies in Hollywood helping me out now: Endeavor, CAA, and WMA.

Oh, and in answer to my question in the subject line asking, "Will the good news ever stop?" I really hope that that the answer is a resounding NO! NO! NO!

Thank you for your continuing support!