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I’m sure you’ve noticed that there has been a tremendous amount of film work that has come to Chicago in recent years. Never before has there been so many productions and so much work available for extras in Chicago.
I started in this business in 2010, working as an extra on various film projects. As a child, like many others, my dream was to move to Los Angeles and “make it” as an actor. The universe has a way of working things out. For those studying and aspiring actors and actresses; pursuing a film career now — no moving to LA because it’s a reality in our city.
A question I get asked frequently is, “How did you become an extra?” Breaking into the business of becoming a background actor can be much harder than it appears, but with proper research, it can be done on a regular basis.
Andre Bellos—is an up and coming Chicago actor who has appeared as an extra in Chi-raq and Empire.
A dynamic leader and manager, Colonel Eugene Frederick Scott, will speak at the Chicago Street Journal 23rd Anniversary on October 29th, 2016.
Retired Col. Scott retired last year as the CEO of Defender Charities, after over 20 years part of the Sengstacke Enterprise. He came to the Chicago Defender as executive assistant to John H.H. Sengstacke. Scott managed the company’s five newspapers and for more than ten years, he served as general manager and publisher of the Chicago Daily Defender.
Col. Scott was born in Miami, Florida was raised in Chicago, He attended A.D. Sexton Elementary School and Englewood High School where he was a sharpshooter in the ROTC. Scott graduated from Booker T. Washington High School in Miami, Florida in 1957. He continued in ROTC at Florida A&M University where he graduated with a B.A. in political science in 1961. Scott entered the United States Army as a Second Lieutenant in 1962.
In Germany, he commanded tank forces and was the principal staff officer for Training and Operations for the 8th Infantry Division Combat Ready Forces. Scott was responsible for the training of 27,000 soldiers. He served two tours of duty in Vietnam from 1965 to 1966 and from 1969 to 1971. Scott completed his twenty-eight year military career as a Post Commander for two major U.S. Army installations with budgets in excess of $200 million. Scott, a favorite of General Norman Swartzkopf, retired just prior to the Gulf War in 1990.
Scott has served on a number of boards and committees including: Bronzeville Military Academy; the Illinois Military Flags Commission; the Governor’s Commission on Discrimination and Hate Crimes; the Attorney General’s African American Advisory Committee; the National Advisory Committee of the Institute of Government and Public Affairs at the University of Illinois; the Chicago Area Boy Scouts; and as Chairman of the National African American Military Museum.
Col. Scott wife Beverly Reed-Scott a former staff of Chicago (South) Street Journal will serve as Mistress of Ceremony at the gala to be held at the Swift Manson, 4500 S. Michigan Avenue in Chicago.
Ticket donations are $30, $40 at the door.
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Please register online at https://www.facebook.com/events/557058047819021/.
Or call Minister Plumb at 312 671-2773.
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Ron Carter, Publisher and Editor of Chicago Street Journal, 773-609-2226