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  • Featured Actor of the Day: David Brown

    David Brown is completely hilarious as Sky in Episode Five. Learn more about this funny, funny man below!

    THE PERSONAL:

    1. Tell us about yourself. Where are you from and what is your background? 

    I spent most of my life in Mississippi, then moved out to LA to study improv and sketch comedy.

    2. Tell us about your acting/writing/directing/editing career so far. 

    I’m a member of the Upright Citizen Brigade Theater in LA, as a performer on its sketch team TUT. I’ve also performed improv at UCB, Second City, IO West, and many other theaters around LA – and sketch at UCB and the Comedy Central stage. I’ve written multiple sketch shows, and written/directed/edited comedy videos that have appeared on websites like Funny Or Die.

    3. What is your dream job/role/project? 

    To write, act in, and produce my own TV series.

    4. Who inspires you most in your field?

    Trey Parker, Eddie Izzard.

    THE PROJECT:

    1. Who do you play in Jewvangelist? Tell us about him.

    A delusional filmmaker named Sky. In a nutshell … he’s the worst. He thinks he knows everything, and that everyone around him is a moron. He’s a hypocrite and he’ll compromise his integrity and betray anyone around him for a few dollars.  

    2. Which aspect of your character’s personality is closest to your own? Which is the furthest? 

    I hope I share none of his personality traits, but I’m afraid I do. I wouldn’t screw my friends over for money … but I also haven’t been offered any yet so who knows.

    3. What drew you to Jewvangelist?

    Aaron and Josh Milus asked me to play the role after watching me make a fool of myself on stage at Second City. After reading the script it was a no-brainer.

    4. Tell us a story about something that happened on set. 

    At one of the locations there was a power line that had a small chunk of wood lodged in it (20 feet in the air) … and a bunch of us spent our down time coming up with theories about how it got there. I think it had a theme song at one point. Not knowing how it got there still bugs me to this day. I have a picture if anyone wants to help us solve the mystery.

    5. What makes Jewvangelist a must-see?

    The script is amazing, the actors were not only great, but really came together as a unit, and all the people involved in the production are superstars. There’s no way it won’t be anything short of great.

    THE WILD CARD:

    Do you ever feel like the universe might be telling you something? If so, what?

    That I can fly if I really, really think hard enough about it.