Film Courage Acting Monologues – Top 7 Finalists – Help Us Decide the Winner!

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One (1) winner will receive $100 USD for the best actor monologue….these are our 7 finalists out of 52 video entries.  All entries can be found here on Youtube: http://bit.ly/2e7G3T8

 

00:00 – David Jackson, Rocket Man
01:45 – Evan Dayce, Goodbye Charles
03:43 – Jonathan Blandino, Game of Thrones
06:37 – Gabriel Antunes, Richard III
09:24 – Loki Agnomen, Avengers
10:56 – Richard Reich, Daredevil
13:10 – Vanessa Moltzen, The Accused

 

 

WATCH MORE ACTING MONOLOGUES
http://bit.ly/2bIjEz8

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CONNECT WITH EVAN DAYCE
Instagram
Facebook
Twitter
Email – Joyinlaughin@yahoo.com

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CONNECT WITH JONATHAN BLANDINO
Facebook.com
Instagram.com

 

 

CONNECT WITH GABRIEL ANTUNES
Latest film “An Editor of His Self”: https://youtu.be/_SA3uxVI3Kc
Demo Reel: https://youtu.be/VIUd7vGcYZs
Youtube channel
Instagram.com/gabtunes

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CONNECT WITH LOKI AGNOMEN
Twitter
Youtube channel

CONNECT WITH RICHARD REICH
IMDB
Twitter
Agent:  Tangerine Talent (Sueann Edan) sueanne@tangerinetalent.com

THE ACCUSED Monologue by Vanessa Moltzen_filmcourageCONNECT WITH VANESSA MOLTZEN:

IMDB
Levine management
Smith & Jones Management

 

ROCKET MAN Monologue by David Jackson

 

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