I think once in a while we are all entitled to a rant…Or, at least I am just saying that to justify the following rant. Anyway, recently someone said something to me questioning my career choice and hinting that they thought I was in a “phase.” What came out of this was a blog straight … More I am a performer and this is my REAL career. Deal with it.
So…I’m a martial artist at heart, but right after that I’m a circus acrobat! For the last year or so, my partner Csaba (from Circus Arts) and I have been practicing on this thing called a teeterboard. It’s like a giant see-saw, but for adults. We had the awesome opportunity to put together an act for FunSpot … More Tweeterboard!
So…My name is Zach and I have a problem. I stopped writing and can’t seem to get off the wagon. However, it stops today! Here is my welcome back post. I was lucky enough to have a stuntman I met on Ghostbusters 3 (ooOOoo.. the stories that I have to catch up on) include me … More John Wick Fight Scene!
If we were having coffee today, it would be a change of pace. I am actually “off” today. No stunts, no flips, and no scheduling. So…instead of the normal quick Starbucks meetup at Hollywood Studios, I would invite you into my office at home. Have a seat, let’s talk! There were definitely some fantastic highlights … More Weekend Coffee Share: Fireworks, Getting Old, and Guys Wearing Pregnant Bellies
I’m taking a step back here for a second. I recently went back and read my very first post (Day 1. Flight to New Orleans.). Although I painted the picture of where I came from and what I wanted to do, I don’t think I gave enough detail about it. There were some information that … More Taking A Step Back: Revisiting the Who, Where, What, & Why
Coffee this morning is brought to you straight from my home’s Keurig 2.0. Sorry I am not enough of a coffee snob to farm, grind, and brew my own! This will just have to do… If I was lucky enough for you to come over for coffee, I would tell you that we only have … More Weekend Coffee Share: Indiana Jones show closing, old friends, and a freakin’ awesome wife!
Seems simple right? Just work on a SAG-AFTRA project and then join the union. NOT! It almost feels like a chicken and the egg problem. You have to work on a production to join the union, but you can’t work on a production unless you are in the union. Ugh! How in the world did the other 160,000 people join? … More The Next Stunt Barrier: SAG-AFTRA