ABC’s Nashville, Next Feature Length Script and more…

So, it’s been quite an eventful few weeks. Last week, I was fortunate enough to get cast in ABC’s Nashville in the season ending cliffhanger. It was a treat to be on a network set again. People were great and my fellow actors were amazing people. Real fun time. Watch for me on Wed May 13th at 10pm for the season ending episode.

And I’m excited to announce that after 3 weeks of concept development and 3 weeks of straight writing, my first draft of “Untitled Music Project” is finally complete. I just did a reading for the development/production team in NY today and everyone loved it. I’m really proud of this one. The short pitch is, “Fighting against a strict and rigid upbringing, a classical music prodigy struggles to establish himself in the pop music world.” In the story, he faces rejection, abandonment, homelessness and death which in turn allow him to find the true passion that he was missing. My director/partner, Khoa Le and I couldn’t be more excited about a project and we can’t wait to get started. I’m traveling to NYC in two weeks to get the ball rolling. It’s going to be an incredible followup to our “practice” effort, Walt Before Mickey. This one truly feels like it will be our vision and our execution. Stay tuned.

And lastly, I’m also excited to have been asked to pen a new screenplay about a true life story of the drug trafficking trade in the Bahamas. The story will chronicle a young man’s struggle to get out of the “hood” and make it to America. It tackles the gritty and dirty world of the drug channels from Mexico and Colombia into the Bahamas and on to Florida’s east coast. I’m very excited to start the research into that world. It’s being co-produced by my friend, Ty Johnston, with whom I worked on BTC Starmaker in the Bahamas. Of course, it will be a Kvibe Production directed by my partner Khoa. It’s going to be another fantastic project.

All in all, there are a lot of things approaching…
P.S. Big shout out to my buddy Khoa for being nominated for Best Cinematography at The Madrid International Film Festival for the film, “Lords of BSV.” Congrats my man. Another job well done!
Till next time.

"Deacon" and Frank on the set of ABC's Nashville.

“Deacon” and Frank on the set of ABC’s Nashville.

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