Here’s my episode on Fixer. Here’s a quick synopsis of my episode:
EPISODE 2: Eve Alexander (Monyque Thompson Scott) visits her sister Morgan (Jo Mani), Rickshaw (David Chan) finds an unknown agent in his apartment and Director Shaw (George Vincent) checks on his daughter Jessica (Devin Brooke). Nothing turns out as they would have it, and new information is uncovered… and who is, Mother?
I’ve recently started up class at the John Rosenfeld Studios. I had heard great things from friends about his techniques and thought it was time to jump in to try it out.
It started with a 30 min consultation that works like private coaching. I actually brought in sides from a previous audition to work with. John was great! I performed the scene completely different than I had done before. In a good way.
I’ve already met a great bunch of talented actors and actresses who have been a lot of fun to work and explore with and am looking forward to learning more and actually trying out his techniques at my next auditions =)
Here’s the trailer to action/espionage web series by director/writer RL Scott.
“”Fixer” Eve Alexander… the most lethal operative of a secret branch of CIA assassins (known as Fixers) wage war on the company that trained her.”
I play a character code named Rickshaw.
I recently filmed and shot this fight with a couple close friends based on an audition I had been to. I’m fighting against my good friend, Emilien De Falco, who is actually Italian/French. He’s a great martial artist and had to learn this sword fight on his opposite hand. We shot for a total of 5 hours in the hot sun with people all around us. It was pretty difficult to find the best shots with nobody behind camera. Please forgive us! It was a fun time and we had a cool little fight to end with.
Props to Mark Griffin Jr and Marc Fajardo who helped to film this piece.
One thing I wanted to accomplish this year was to start shooting my own projects. Over the past few years, I’ve jotted down countless ideas from little scenes, to sketches, to dramatic pieces, action and comedy. I’m surrounded by such talented people here in Los Angeles and wanted to take advantage of that.
The inspiration of this video came from my niece and nephew, Kristen and Colin Rhee. Whenever I go back home to the east coast in Virginia, I spend a lot of time with my family. I try to take my niece and nephew around and be a good uncle to them. One thing I noticed from driving them around was they were completely into playing punch buggy. So I had a little idea planted into my head to shoot a sketch based on the game.
Here is the result of that idea. Hope you enjoy it!: