If you're bored this Saturday, April 24, stop by Lucky Strike at the Hollywood & Highland complex and root on your favorite team -- mine. The fun begins at 5 p.m. with Team Temp Diaries taking the field at 6 p.m. By then they should be buzzed enough to quickly dispense of Team New Wave Entertainment (I've never heard of them either). Or, if we lose, they'll just drink everyone's left overs. Either way, it'll be fun.
So without any further delay, following is Team Temp Diaries. Please support them and their efforts.
Meg: Meg is a Philly native and after getting her MBA has been in LA living the dream for 2 years now. Has been working at a talent management company for most of that time, but is in search of a new assistant opportunity. Hire her if for no other reason than she is awesome at beer pong. For all job offers, contact her at email@example.com
Randy: I'd like to plug The Office which airs Thursday nights on NBC at 9/8c. It's an amazing show and they should hire me. Also, Ghost Whisperer on CBS, Friday nights at 8/7c. To everyone else, I'm ridiculously good at development, production and art department activities. Email ProactiveParadigm@
gmail.com for resume.
Nick: Nick graduated from Penn State University in 2005 with a degree in Film and Video. For several years after college he assisted Writer/Producer Zeke Zelker at Independent Dream Machine, a production company on the East Coast where eventually landed the role as Co-Producer for the feature film InSearchOf (Michael Rady, Dan Lauria) which can be viewed on Hulu, Netflix, and VoD. Nick moved to Los Angeles in August 09 and has been consistently working at The Walt Disney Company as a glorified temp since October. Nick has a strong passion for the TV and film business and currently seeks a permanent position assisting a producer with a long-term goal of working in development. In his free time, Nick is finishing a short film he produced titled Gravity and is working closely with his 18 year-old cousin the Guice Mann who has started a shoe business based on the 300+ pairs of shoes he’s designed and sold over the past three years (www.guicemann.com).