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