1998 - Richard Nuzback - Runaway Bride movie extra

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1998 - Richard Nuzback - Runaway Bride movie extra - II Continued from page 1 per," Valentine says....
II Continued from page 1 per," Valentine says. Valentine, who presented a resume to the casting director during the casting call, says he has decided to pursue a career in acting since his movie debut last week. I "I think I'm a lot like Jim Carey," he says. "My friends and -teachers -teachers think I'm like him, too, because I just make a joke out of everything." ' His mother, Su Ann, agrees "saying his facial expressions are very similar to Carey's. Both Walsh and Valentine say they were able to rub shoulders with the directors and stars. "Garry Marshall would say to me 'Good job, nice ride' and 'This is a whole lot better than school, huh,'" Walsh says. Valentine, grinning from ear to ear, says he was lucky to talk and eat lunch with Roberts. "Julia said I was doing a real great job and she thought I was cool and cute," he says. Even more surprised to receive a call from Aviano was Richard Nuzback of Bishopville. Nuzback is a not a member of the Starr Agency but he is the father of two clients. "They had been looking for a Richard Gere double all week and when they called me I remembered remembered Mr. Nuzback as being someone they could maybe use," says Joyce Starr, owner of the agency Nuzback, who had long dark hair past his shoulders and a mustache, thought he would never be chosen when they got a look at him. "At first there were three guys they were looking at and then there was just me," he says. "They asked if they could cut my hair and shave my mustache and I said sure." Like many of the other extras, Nuzback was notified the night before he was needed. Arriving at 5 a.m. in the morning, Nuzback began his transformation into Gere. "They just sprayed my hair grey with something called Strips and Tips," he says. Friends and family were also very shocked and maybe slightly jealous of the three's famed opportunity. "We waited in the casting call line for four hours and he didn't and he got picked," says Nuzback 's wife, Cindy. Walsh and Valentine agreed that their teachers and friends were impressed once they believed them. "All day long I was asked questions questions about it," Valentine adds. "I had to say didn't I already answer this question 500 times before." The children's first checks as working movie actors went to AGH Jabers says she is very excited WHERE DO TOYOTAS their parents for safe-keeping. safe-keeping. safe-keeping. "I'm only allowed to spend of it and the rest has to go in bank so I'm going to buy movie when it comes out," Walsh says. "I'm going to put it toward trip to go to a talent search or acting show," Valentine says. Nuzback says he's not sure how much he is getting that it didn't matter because was enough just to be involved. "If they called me again would do it again in a heartbeat," he says. "It was a great experience." experience." COMFORTERS TOWELS h LU 7v!ln- 7v!ln- .i nn,

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  1. The Daily Times,
  2. 11 Nov 1998, Wed,
  3. Page 46

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