Jill Galsterer and Erin Hogan between takes. Bryan Kent dreams of an endorsement deal. "The sleeping and the dead are but as pictures; 'tis the eye of childhood that fears a painted devil."
(from William Shakespeare’s
‘The Tragedy of Macbeth’) The beginning of a transformation?
"Next time, use a $1 bill"
Two $100 bills were used as props; one of which was glued to remain ‘pre-rolled’. Unfortunately, the glue used was of a permanent nature requiring the genius who applied it to beg a bank manager to take it back. Since the begging resulted in an exchange for a crisp new Benjamin, we’ve decided not to disclose the culprit’s identity. “Go ahead…rub my belly”
There’s something about a fat, hairy prosthetic belly that far exceeds the appeal of a real one. “The Fall Guy”
In one scene, actor Bryan Kent was required to fall quickly backward away from the bathroom mirror. To ensure Bryan’s safety, set photographer (and former Long Beach police lieutenant) Steve Zabel was positioned behind the shower curtain to catch him. All went well the first couple of takes. Then Bryan literally threw himself into the role; tripping over the toilet, taking out the camera and landing on his backside in the bathtub next to a startled Steve. For the record, Bryan—the consummate professional—climbed right out and prepared for another take. “For the record”
In case you wondered, actress Erin Marie Hogan and director Michael William Hogan are not related.