FilAm Creative (FAC) celebrates seven years of supporting the advancement of Filipino Americans in entertainment and media!
Saturday, June 4th will be our 2nd Annual FAC Hollywood Actors Panel for Actors — a panel discussion and networking event featuring special guest panelists who represent the craft of acting across the board.
Hear the panelists discuss about their explorations of the process and profession of acting; their reflections on personal experiences and artistic influences that informed and shaped their careers; their discussions of past and current projects and share valuable insights into the craft and the industry. Get a chance to ask the panelists questions, learn about open opportunities, and build your network.
Saturday, June 4, 2016
From 12pm to 2pm
THE CLUBHOUSE IMPROV
1607 North Vermont Avenue
Los Angeles, CA. 90027
* Between Hollywood & Sunset, inside and next door, right of Jons Marketplace. Free parking available inside the Jons Marketplace parking lot and street parking is available (watch for signs). The Vermont / Sunset Red Line Metro Station is located nearby.
FREE ADMISSION but, donations are welcome.
SEATING IS LIMITED. To reserve a seat(s) for you and your friends, you must RSVP at email@example.com to get on the list before we reach full capacity. You do not need to be Filipino or a FAC member to attend our event.
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Use the hashtag, #FACactorspanel or #FACactorspanel2 on all of your social media platforms for this event.
MEET ONE OF THE EVENT’S SPECIAL GUEST PANELISTS:
~ actor & stand-up comedian ~
Nico Santos stars as ‘Mateo’ as the new employee at Cloud 9, on NBC’s new hit comedy Superstore (recently renewed for a second season).
Born and raised in the Philippines, he moved to Portland and later to San Francisco where he began his career as a stand-up comedian. In just a few short years, he conquered the Bay Area comedy scene.
His other credits include writing for the E! Entertainment / Style Network show, Fashion Police and appeared on screen on Showtime’s Pride Comedy Jam, as well as Ground Floor, Mulaney and 2 Broke Girls. He was also a regular panelist on E!’s Chelsea Lately. He made his feature film debut in Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2.
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