Thursday, June 26, 2014

Booking: REAL ROB - Rex Talent Management

Booked: REAL ROB
Role: Zombie 2
Represented By: Rex Talent Management
Casting Director: Gary Churchwell

Booking: HANCOCK BANK - Impact MTA

Represented By: Impact MTA
Casting Director: Erica Michelle

Booking: SEX SENT ME TO THE ER - Arc Artist Management

Booked: SEX SENT ME TO THE ER: B066 / Heart Throb
Role: Austin
Represented By: Arc Artist Management
Casting Director: Sunday “Sunny” Boling & Meg Morman
Additional Notes: Logan is just starting out with the company and has already booked more than half the jobs he's been out for. He's training with Joanne Baron and UCB. Logan is also a certified personal trainer and extremely athletic.

Booking: GORTIMER GIBBON'S LIFE ON NORMAL STREET - Arc Artist Management and LB Talent Agency

Booked: GORTIMER GIBBON'S LIFE ON NORMAL STREET Episode #102 "Gortimer vs. the Mobile of Misfortune"
Role: Sara
Represented By: Arc Artist Management and LB Talent Agency
Casting Director: Alexis Koczara/Christine Shevchenko & Amanda Lenker Doyle
Additional Notes: Kelly is Zoey Deschanel's Asian competition. She is a UCB graduate, on two house teams at iO West, and a talented writer. She was recurring as the babysitter on NBC's About A Boy and has done numerous College Humor sketches.


Ben Zelevansky started out in show business working in production on such shows as “Dr. Katz: Professional Therapist,” “Saturday Night Live,” “ Late Night with Conan O'Brien” and “Late Show with David Letterman” where, as Stupid Pet Trick Coordinator, Ben contributed to the show’s 1998 Emmy win (Dalmatian riding a tricycle via satellite from the Nagano Winter Olympics). While in New York, Ben studied improvisation with Upright Citizens Brigade founding members Amy Poehler and Matt Besser, and then moved to LA in 2010 to pursue a writing career. His comedy sketches have been performed by the likes of Martin Short, Robin Williams, Teri Garr, Laraine Newman, Andrea Martin, Patton Oswalt, Marc Maron, Paul F. Tompkins, Dana Gould and many more. In 2012, Ben decided to focus on acting and since then, he has appeared on such TV shows as “Parks and Recreation,” “Community,” “Don’t Trust the B--- in Apartment 23” and “The Goldbergs.” Over the next few months, you can also catch him on “Episodes,” “Silicon Valley,” “True Blood,” “The Middle” and starring in “Duh-tective Stories,” a web series he wrote that is being co-produced by Under 1 Roof Productions and Kids at Play Media. In his spare time, Ben runs RipIt ( a service for actors that rips your performance off the TV, and into your hands. You can follow Ben on Twitter @BenZelevansky, but prepared for a lot of dog pictures and hockey talk.