“Look at This Stuff…Isn’t it Neat?”: The Daily Show, Malala Yousafzai, and taking a moment to be grateful for what we have.

When did we as a society put importance on the “stuff” we have? Well, it’s probably been around since the dawn of time, but in this modern age of YouTubers and Over-sharers, it is getting really annoying. Yes, I am guilty of watching a video or two of various tours of condos, rooms and houses,Continue reading ““Look at This Stuff…Isn’t it Neat?”: The Daily Show, Malala Yousafzai, and taking a moment to be grateful for what we have.”

Taking Advantage of a “Career Lull”: Using My Words

What do I have in common with Steve Martin, Tina Fey, James Franco, and Andrew McCarthy? We’re actors who are also writers. You read that correctly, Andrew McCarthy is, in fact, a writer. He’s an award-winning travel writer. Check out some of his stuff on National Geographic Traveler. Now, I’m not talking about actors whoContinue reading “Taking Advantage of a “Career Lull”: Using My Words”

Breakout Role: Edward Norton in “Primal Fear” (1996)

A fellow Boston-born actor, Edward Norton, made his film debut in 1996 with Primal Fear beating out 2, 100 other actors for the role, including Matt Damon.  Apparently,” When Norton met with the director for Primal Fear (1996), he told them that he, like Aaron, came from eastern Kentucky. Norton even spoke with the twang,Continue reading “Breakout Role: Edward Norton in “Primal Fear” (1996)”