#Actor #Comic @SammLevine on the Film Courage Podcast Episode 35


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Actor Samm Levine is in the Film Courage studio to discuss how Lisa Kudrow sparked his career, how he books acting work, and what it is like to audition and work with Quentin Tarantino.
 

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Check out the new comedy "Sleepwalk With Me," in theaters starting August 24th, 2012. Written and directed by Mike Birbiglia. Co-written and produced by Ira Glass.  In this conversation Ira and Mike admit they have difficulty offering romantic and career advice.  They believe that you should follow your own path rather than cave into family pressures.  They go on to say that you should do what you love but that it is important to listen to criticism so that you can improve your work.  Lastly, if you believe in your work, you will do all you can at every stage to get your work seen and that is what they have both done in building their careers.

 



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Actor / Comedian Dave Foley (The Kids In The Hall, Be Forever Now, 6 Month Rule) tells us what he likes to do in between acting projects. He states that if you work at all in this business it’s a huge fluke so enjoy whatever comes along. (Video from the red carpet at the 2012 Hollyshorts Film Festival)

 



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‘In this episode of ‘Can I Go Viral?’ entertainer David Waugh talks about Do’s and Don’ts for dating in LA, such as his advice on sending sexy photos.  (VIEWER DISCRETION ADVISED)
 

 

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CAN I GO VIRAL? Episode #3 – ‘My 90-year-old roommate’
featuring entertainer David Waugh
 

 


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CAN I GO VIRAL? – Episode #2: Black Ghosts – David Waugh explains how living in Los Angeles takes compromise.  His rent is cheap with paid for utilities….some people have roaches in their apartments, others have black ghosts that won’t leave.  Find out more here

 
 


CAN I GO VIRAL? Bonus Clip

While recording David Waugh, the light goes out by itself… is it a black ghost?  Find out here


SYNOPSIS:

New FilmCourage.com Webseries ‘Can I Go Viral?’ follows the life of young entertainer David Waugh on his journey to create a viral Youtube video as a way to further his career in Los Angeles.  NYC raised Waugh takes us through his ‘9 a.m. to 9 p.m.’ hustle, where he works an office job by day, taking time to audition and perform stand-up comedy during off hours.  Waugh hopes to create a viral Youtube video in order to transition from his ‘double life’ as a worker/entertainer to full time creative endeavors.  Follow Waugh in his hilarious escapades and stories of juggling two worlds in ‘Can I Go Viral?’

CAN I GO VIRAL? Copyright 2013 FilmCourage.com –
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Shot by Karen Worden/David Branin

Edited by David Branin

Images by David Branin

Music by Karen Worden

For more information on David Waugh, please visit
@DavidRWaugh on Twitter.



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Watch Episode #1 of the new Film Courage Docu-Series ‘Can I Go Viral?’ starring entertainer David Waugh
 

 
 

 

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CAN I GO VIRAL? Bonus Clip

David Waugh shares one of his worst (and funniest) bathroom stories.

 

David Waugh’s ‘Outside the Film Courage Studio Interview’ was our Most Viewed of 2012!  See David explain his take on comedy and being funny.




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Actor, Comedian and Radio Host David Waugh shares with us his thoughts on comedy and being funny. 

 


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Filmmaker / Web Series Creator Joe Wilson (VAMPIRE MOB) speaks with David Waugh in a segment of ‘Can I Go Viral?’  Episode coming soon!

Filmmaker / Web Series Creator Joe Wilson (VAMPIRE MOB) shares his thoughts on the issues facing Web Series creators while encouraging us all to go out and tell our stories. 

Vampire Mob is audience-funded. There is no network, no production company and no web site paying for us to make this story, we make it for our audience, "The VMob."