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Geek Cred Episode 2: “Detective Comics Store”

Almost 5,000 views on our first episode!! Yay! So glad for all the positive feedback and excited to release the second episode! When one of Spencer’s prize comics goes missing, EVERYONE’S a suspect in this week’s GEEK CRED. Guest starring Parks & Recreation’s JIM O’HEIR. As a huge fan of Parks & Rec, I was so thrilled to work with Jim O’Heir! If for some insane reason you don’t watch that show, you may also recognize him from the Justin Long film “Accepted“! But really, if you’re not watching Parks & Rec, there’s probably something more seriously wrong with you. Jim is really great and funny and it’s so great he came out to work with us! You can keep up with even more GEEK CRED news by going to its website http://geekcredseries.com!

Posted by Michele On June 26th, 2014 Tags: , , No Comments

Geek Cred Episode 1: “NEW COMICS DAY CRISIS”

It’s here! It’s here! The first episode of my newest series GEEK CRED is here! True to my argumentative core, my character CALLIE immediately gets into a battle of wits with fellow comic book store employee BEN (Wes Robertson) over whether Wonder Woman’s costume could be deemed a tactical advantage. I truly loved working on this show and all the scenarios are pretty true to life thanks to writer/director Daniel Beals (playing SPENCER)’s real world experience working at a comic store. You also get to meet Damion Poitier (Jarhead, Avengers) as regular customer JEROME, who really should be working at the store himself. And we’ve already got some writeups! Thanks to all the wonderful people who’ve covered the show so far, hope you continue watching! Adventures in Poor Taste                 Strawburry17                     Defective Geeks […]

Posted by Michele On June 19th, 2014 Tags: , , No Comments

Geek Cred Teaser Trailer!

My new webseries Geek Cred premieres June 18th! But a teaser trailer is available to show a sneak peek of the first five episodes!

Posted by Michele On June 6th, 2014 Tags: , , , No Comments

Nissan commercials!!

Got to film TWO spots for Nissan alongside Ryan Churchill that have just started airing, and they’re up on YouTube for your viewing pleasure. It was the first car commercial I’ve ever done, and we even knew we’d be using Bruno Mars’s ‘Runaway Baby’ in the spots, so we had lots of footage of us singing along.  It was also the first time I’ve ever had a stunt driver!  We shot both all around downtown LA and then out in the Santa Clarita mountains for those rugged shots. Had such a blast doing them, hope they run allll summer ;)   That “snow” we’re standing on is real, by the way. Sort of. They shaved these HUGE blocks of ice right in the middle of downtown Los Angeles to cover the ground. And while it didn’t get shown, we’re in bare feet at times! Nothing like bonding with a co-star […]

Posted by Michele On April 11th, 2014 Tags: , , , No Comments

Get excited for TableTop Day!

A new year, a new TableTop Day! From their website to give you a bit of background: International TableTop Day 2013 was a huge success — we had 3,123 gaming events in 64 countries worldwide, including every state and province in North America and every continent on the planet (yes, even researchers in Antarctica were playing.) With your continued support, we’re hoping to make International TableTop Day 2014 even bigger! International TableTop Day is a celebration for all the fans of tabletop gaming. A single day where the whole world is brought together in a common purpose of spending time together and having fun. We hope you find the resources you need — to connect new fans to experienced group organizers, retailers with their community, and publishers with the international community — all in one place. The interactive map hosts all of the game days and parties worldwide. If you […]

Posted by Michele On March 21st, 2014 Tags: , , No Comments

Team Unicorn

I’m essentially just going to copy and paste what I’ve written on Facebook regarding my former production partners Team Unicorn because I want to simply address the situation and move on. I originally wrote a comment on an article the girls had shared on their Facebook page because I was seeing a lot of “Where’s Michele?” comments and was unhappy about the lack of official communication. (A screenshot of their posting is below; it appears that all of the comments asking about me have since been deleted from their Facebook page, including mine) In any case, Team Unicorn informed me they’d be moving forward with projects without me back in 2013. They didn’t feel they should make any announcement about this decision until …well, I’m not entirely sure when. I tried to respect that decision as long as I could but I’m just too tired of seeing these misleading posts […]

Posted by Michele On March 11th, 2014 Tags: , 14 Comments