Charles’ voiceover demo is now complete. You can go to the Video | Audio section to check it out.
To learn the about the latest and greatest from the life of Charles, check out his blog for a fall and winter update – www.BeingJonHamm.com.
Charles worked with Cerny American recording studio and renowned Actor / Director JoBe Cerny (Pilsbury Doughboy, Cheer Man) to record his voiceover demo. Once it’s mixed it’ll be up on this site. Stay tuned.
Charles received a callback for the BoHo Theatre production of the Rainmaker. Time to break some legs.
The film work keeps on coming. Charles just wrapped Autumn Leaves (DePaul), Rough Sketch (Columbia) and Real Work (Columbia). He’s finishing up filming on The Champions (SAIC) and Eschanton (SAIC). He’s set to begin shooting the Survivors (Columbia), You Bet (Columbia) and three to be named projects (Columbia and SAIC). With nearly all projects being lead roles, Charles has no shortage of scripts in his head these days.
Charles recently worked with Julia Marcus of Zoe McKenzie Photography on some new headshots. Some of the best proofs are now posted under “photos.” Enjoy.
Charles’ latest project, Passion Theatre’s “Bang, Bang You’re Dead” opened last weekend to rave reviews. One theatre regular said it reminder her of a Steppenwolf show. Now, that’s a compliment. The play runs through this weekend. Check the “shows” section for more info.
Charles has continued to have tremendous success auditioning for student films. He’s be cast in DePaul’s family drama “Autumn Leaves” and will be playing the leads in the two films from the Art Institute – the spy thriller “The Champions” and a yet to be named project that follows a man with a devastating diagnosis.
Charles has been in high demand the past two weeks. He has been cast in Passion Theater’s production of “Bang Bang You’re Dead” as well as two Columbia College films: “Last Call” and a yet to be named project. Stay tuned for more details including performance dates.
If you’ve been wondering what Charles has been up to the past couple months, you can read all about it on his blog – www.beingjonhamm.com.