Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Seeking work: Local male model, handsome and housebroken !

He's got the look, the vibe, the smile and, darling,
he's so-o-o affordable. More importantly, he's got the
pedigree to go with his L.A. lifestyle, but -
and you knew there had to be a but, didn't you -
but this guy is just a teensy bit unemployed right now.

His name is Rock, but, in the interest of accuracy,
this Yorkshire terrier is more of a Pebble.
He weighs 4 pounds, which is just perfect for
his career in front of the camera. Rock is a fashion model.

That's him you see in the Jeans & Clothes
(they're Swedish) advertisements, being toted
in a shoulder bag by a leggy model. He's also been
in a music video with the English singer
Chicane ("Come Tomorrow"), but his second
video opportunity, with the Jonas Brothers,
was derailed by his move to Virginia.
Producer Clark Moffat, who just loves to cast
Rock because of the cute factor - yes, that's exactly
what he said - described the first fashion campaign
as young and hip Hollywood, "the kind of clothes
celebrities and the trendy would wear every day."
So in the casting call, if you can believe that something
as cute as Rock would just walk in off the street, his
friendly face and beautiful coat made him ideal.

Rock is very patient and calm and he smiles
with these little tiny teeth showing and he pricks
his big ears forward to listen and he can look up,
yes, right on cue. The producer calls
him "the perfect L.A. accoutrement."

But Rock's not in L.A. anymore; he's in Virginia Beach.
His owner, Greg Carr, just got a four-year medical
residency in Hampton Roads, so Rock is, shall
we say, unbusy. The thousands he made as
a model? No longer rolling into the bank.
He's the most available male you can meet right
now, darling, so if you need a pocket pup for just
anything decent in the modeling line,
have your people contact his people!

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