Tales From the Bottom of the Film Business

Wednesday, November 16, 2005

The shopper at Home Depot's brush with fame
(and I quote)
"Can I be in your commercial? I'm a good actor. And I'm cheap. Just $100 an hour, that's all it'll cost you, heh heh, come on, that's worth it, right? She's ignoring me. Oh, they're rolling now? What are you doing, you in it? Oh, you just work here? I was in a commercial once. I was walking somewhere and they said, 'Sure, go on, walk through.' Didn't say nothin', didn't do nothin', but I was in it. I was an 'extra' I guess. No, I don't know what movie it was. But I was in it."


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