This new video was put together by Ben Giroux and Ray Chase, Co-Creators of AwkwardUniverse.com (check out their website, these guys kick some serious ass).
Ben contacted us a short while ago to offer us to produce some short films based on FMLs. We agreed straight away because he's a very nice guy, borderline crazy and a very talented actor. We absolutely adore him. Watch this ("Unhitched") - this is gold!
Ben and Ray now create and produce their own videos, such as the one we're presenting to you today. We hope that we will be able to go on collaborating with them so that we can offer you even more FML videos. And don't forget to go and have a look at their website, AwkwardUniverse.com, you'll enjoy it! Yes, we're being a bit pushy about it - no, it's not advertising, it's that we really like it.
Ben Giroux Creator & Executive Producer Ben Giroux is a television and film actor best known for the recurring role of Donny Depeetro in Nickelodeon’s upcoming Bucket & Skinner's Epic Adventures. He’s also the front funny-man for Build-a-Bear Workshop’s national commercials. Other notable credits include Bones, House, The Fresh Beat Band, Psych, Unhitched, Pair of Kings, The Bold… (Let’s stop here, this guy works so hard he probably could've built the Golden Gate Bridge just by sneezing at a bunch of metal girders). Check out BenGiroux.com for more information.
Ray Chase Co-Creator Ray Chase is an actor/musician who more than occasionally makes things a bit awkward. He attended USC, where he wrote plays and sketches while heading the school’s celebrated improv troupe Commedus Interruptus. Selected plays: Brigadoon, Hamlet, Book Of the Day, A Month In the Country… Check out RayChase.com for more about him.
Feel free to comment on this new video, or about Ben and Ray (but no disparaging remarks about Sirin, otherwise the bitch might be inclined to ban you).
#992 - Videos - On 06/15/2011 at 4:19pm by FML Team - 264 comments
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