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Point Dune's own Hollywood star, Art, is instantly recognized in the town due to his large number of blockbuster films. He craves the attention and is extremely nice and charismatic in interviews but has no respect for his fans or the paparazzi.
Tuesday, February 23, 2010
Local movie star vows to be pioneer for all
Golden Dunes Award winner, Art Throb, is spear-heading a new civil-rights movement: NAABEA (National Association for the Advancement of Blue-Eyed Actors). This is an all too familiar issue for Art, who is from a family of blue-eyed actors. "My family has been fighting this for decades." Says Throb. "We've sat by idly long enough watching brown-eyed, green-eyed, even hazel-eyed actors get the parts over us blue-eyes, solely based on eye color." He added. The timing of this civil rights act is interesting due to the release of Art's new buddy/cop film "Dangerous Arms" this weekend. "I want to open the door of the film industry for blue-eyes. I had to suffer in silence for five months and one blockbuster movie before I broke down the wall and won the Best Actor award" Adds Throb. The talented thespian is also pushing for "his people" to be referred to as Blue-Eyed Americans.