You know that awkward feeling when you ask if someone is going to a party that you will be attending and the person you asked tells you that he or she was not invited?
Out of kindness, I suppose, I have not told my wife, a former model and television actress, that I am being contacted on a daily basis by Casting 360, which has modeling gigs, acting jobs, and movie extra work for me.
I am not certain how this agency discovered me. Perhaps this very blog site attracted their attention. I imagine that some folks at Casting 360 have been ogling photos of me posted on this site. I am surprised that they did not respond as positively to the many photos of the photogenic Miss Sugar also on this site. So maybe I was discovered in another manner. Sometimes, as I walk down the street, I notice people noticing me. They never come right out and tell me how good-looking they think I am, but I can see it in their eyes. Probably some of those admiring eyes work for Casting 360. It is hard to say.
Nevertheless, for whatever reason, Casting 360 is desperately trying to recruit me. All I have to do is pay $7.99 a month for them to send me notifications about the jobs they have for me.
That is a good deal. My first movie job should more that pay for it.
That is when I will tell Miss Sugar. She might notice my absence when I have to travel to the movie set. For $7.99, I could use my connections to bring her back into the family business — show biz. If you, gentle readers, also want to try show biz, simply send me your credit card information, Social Security number, and a portfolio of photos. I will see what I can do for you.
I can’t make any guarantees, however. Modeling and show biz are very competitive. Good looks are all that count. Some of us have it, some of us (present company excluded) don’t. You know who you are.