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marousek ( 2007-04-02 )
Source: "Permanent Exile" & "A Year In The Life" by Kevin Marousek, self published, '02 & '03. And I am he.
Kevin Marousek's career in Hollywood began in the mid-1990s when he interned for "The Tom Snyder Show" on CNBC in Burbank, CA. After graduating from Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, WA in 1996, he had to take a series of odd jobs to pay the bills. At one point he held three jobs simultaneously: a chicken delivery boy (at KFC), a janitor/cashier (at Toys'R'Us), and a shoe salesman (at Mervyn's). Finally, in 1998, Kevin was hired to be a page for the NBC Studio in Burbank. Kevin worked in Hollywood off and on for about five years. He spent a lot of time at Dick Clark Productions, mostly working on various award shows. He worked on nearly every studio backlot in Southern California, and his name has appeared in the credits of shows on NBC, ABC, CBS, FOX, CNBC, UPN, WB, A&E, Bravo, and Animal Planet... to name a few. After more than 40 different television series, Kevin grew frustrated by the industry. He had hoped for a business more like the fictional accounts of Hollywood, where creativity dwarfs the almighty dollar, where intelligence is valued more than dumb luck, and where a man's word is enough to get him through a day. Sadly, that Hollywood is a myth like Icarus. Ready for a new challenge, Kevin joined the Peace Corps in 2002 and served as a volunteer in the Central Asian country of Kazakhstan. Currently, he is a junior high school teacher in Cerritos, CA. He often contributes to TV critic Aaron Barnhart's website (http://www.tvbarn.com). He has written reviews for the Arizona Reporter (http://www.azreporter.com), and several examples of his online resume reel can be found by doing a Google search of his name (http://tinyurl.com/33sl2b).
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