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This Guy Really Wants To Be In A Sci Fi Movie

(YouTube Link) Jake Fleisher wants to throw his acting hat in the ring and land a role in a Hollywood movie, preferably a sci-fi flick that is worthy of his considerable thespian talents. Watch him work his magic on this audition tape, which demonstrates why he shouldn’t rule out acting in a direct-to-TV movie made [...]
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