I'm sure that many of my fellow actors can relate to this entry:
A few years ago, I had an opportunity to participate as an actor on a Lost Jockey Productions project in Boston. It was called "Aerodynamics" and was being directed by Theodore (Ted) Cormey. I had come to believe that the project had died. Tonight, it was previewed in Boston.
I can't readily recall how many projects I've been involved with that never made it to "the screen" or even a DVD. I was so happy to see that this film was finally being completed and, even though I couldn't be there physically, I was there in spirit.
"Aerodynamics" is about Lil' Moe, an Afro-American ventriloquist dummy and his partner, Willy. Lil Moe becomes an experimental test pilot and is launched in space to ivestigate the disapperence of several lunar teams. Moe uncovers the problem but becomes a trapped when his own spacecraft is damaged and drifting away.
I have the role of one of the technician specialists in the mission control room.
I have included the trailer here to help promote "Aerodynamics". I can be seen twice here. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did when I watched it. You can find out more at "http://aerodynamicsmovie.com".