Ramblings of an Errant Rogue

Trials and tribulations of an actor at large in Hollywood.

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Location: Los Angeles, California, United States

I am a living anachronism. I'm a "throw-forward" from another time. Don't get me wrong, I'm thankful to have been born here in the 20th century, because it gives me the luxury to play with and explore that pull I feel to history. A few years ago I caught the computer virus and I was never the same. That's been a very slow recovery. Despite my strange attraction to the dark side of life (or more accurately, my romantic idea of the dark side of life), I am an extreme optimist. Like the punching bag clowns of old... you can knock me down, but I come right back up smiling. NOTE: No attempt has been made by the above statement to tempt fate.

Monday, July 23, 2007

Terrific pix from the Bachelor Adventure Ride

Some of me mates snapped some fine pix on our unique "Bachelor Adventure Ride" (mentioned earlier). Of particular note are the photos of Joshua Dearing. This guy is good with the camera! Check them out. There's a link on my homepage

Friday, July 13, 2007

The Bachelor "Adventure Ride"

Had a bachelor party the other night, wherein my "posse" and I dressed up in fedoras and double-breasted suits and hit several of the oldest LA bars with pre-war history. It was awesome, and we've all vowed to try and make it a monthly event.... we'll see, but I hope so..... bringin' back the fedora, one head at a time.

Aargh! Foiled again by the bean-counter!

I was just offered the role of Winfield Scott Hancock in the Discovery Channel's production of the Battle of Gettysburg... and the Executive Producer decided to renege and cast some guy on the East Coast to save transportation fees. That's a little disappointing to say the least. On the bright side.... it relieves a little stress surrounding how little time we have left to get our medieval wedding in perfect order.... there's always a bright side.

28 Days until my medieval wedding!

Still so much to do, but most of the costumes are completed and look incredible, the shields with their individual heraldic designs are finished, the crowns are almost done. The second batch of mead has been racked and will soon be bottled to mellow for a guarenteed "honeymoon."

Our piper has been engaged. The photographer is at the ready (I think).

It's all looking good.