Just an update on the projects we have been involved with over the last week to keep you in the loop.
This is what we have been working on this past week
- ‘RED MOON’ (Commercial)
- A VERY RIGHT WING MUSICAL (Short Film)
- Burger King (Commercial)
- Content for Nike and JD Sports
- Duracell (Commercial)
- Foxes (Stage)
- HEINEKEN EURO2020 (Commercial)
- Little Lily Harley (Stage)
- NINTENDO FEBRUARY SHOOT (Commercial)
- NUREMBERG (Feature Film)
- Old El Paso (Adults Still Photography)
- Old El Paso (Kids Still Photography)
- PANDORA (Television)
- Princess Mirror – Belle (Television)
- QATAR DESTINATIONS: ONLINE / DIGITAL / PRINT
- THE OFFENDERS (Television)
- THIS IS GOING TO HURT (Television)
I have put together a few stories that show if you work hard and have determination you can achieve anything.
Once you get your chance make sure you do everything you can to reach your dream.
Head of casting.
Comedian-turned-actor Jim Carrey boasts a net worth of $150 million and a resume of movies that have grossed nearly $4.9 billion worldwide. But before a role on “In Living Color” launched the Canadian comic’s career in 1990, things weren’t so smooth. At 12 years old, the actor was homeless and living in a van after his father lost his job.
Oscar-winning actress Halle Berry has enjoyed an extraordinary career in show business that includes roles in classics like “Jungle Fever” and “X-Men.” Although she now has a net worth of $80 million, she grew up poor, raised by a single mother in Cleveland and once lived in a New York City homeless shelter before she made it big in Hollywood.
Sylvester Stallone was born in New York City’s Hell’s Kitchen, where his mother was a hairdresser. Dead broke and expecting a child, he took bit parts in B-movies. At one point, he even sold his dog for cash. Today, he’s one of the most lucrative action stars in Hollywood history, with a net worth of $400 million and a portfolio of films that have earned more than $4.4 billion worldwide.