Email From Hollywood

January 10, 2007 By: erik Category: Weird, Wordpress 903 views

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Yesterday, I received an email from a Hollywood actor.

His name is Miguel Pérez, and he has a pretty impressive IMDB page full of small parts in big name television shows and movies, including Seinfeld, 24, ER, Ocean’s Eleven, and Million Dollar Baby.

He’s working on the website for French Maid TV, the sexiest technical instruction video blog on the internet. It was one of the first video blogs available on iTunes, as I recall, back when the term video blog was being invented about a year ago. For a geeky, twenty-something, heterosexual male such as myself, could there be anything better than a group of pretty women with French accents in French maid costumes giving technical advice? I don’t think so. I was a fan from episode #1.

Anyway, Miguel contacted me because he had a question about my Revver Plugin for WordPress. The popularity of both WordPress and Revver are growing rapidly, and, so far, the only plugin that makes them work well together is mine.

Miguel’s company, Perez Creative Assignments, seems to specialize in doing headshot photography for aspiring young Californians.

It’s just weird to communicate with someone who, although not incredibly famous himself, has been a part of some of my favorite movies and television shows. I watched his episode of 24 that I have on DVD. He had about 4 or 5 lines and his scene involved Elisha Cuthbert, an actress who was completely unknown before being cast for 24.

  • Fathalipour abolghasem

    Dear American Hollywood manager:
    Im Iranian with fifty years old. My name is fathalipour . I want to tell you that I had tride to make 3Ds camera video by ONE camera an show the 3Ds videos whith ONE projector and finally I could do It that the viewers can watch 3Ds videos with special glesses. I’d like to cooperate with you if its passible for you. I wait for your answer.

    With the best regards

    Fathalipour abolghasem

  • Yes, Fathalipour, I have no doubt that the Hollywood actor that sent me this email checks the comments on this post daily. Congrats on your success in 3D movie making. Don’t hold your breath on The American Dream, though.