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(Vocativ)   What do Dustin Diamond, Todd Bridges, and Dave Coulier all have in common? Meet Roger Paul, agent of the D-List stars   (vocativ.com) divider line 32
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2013-11-22 06:00:00 PM
Dave Coulier is the only person on that list with a shred of talent.
 
2013-11-22 06:22:15 PM
Who the fark is Paul roger?

And don't you dare disrespect Mr. Whoodchuck
 
2013-11-22 06:23:43 PM
I'm not drunk.
 
2013-11-22 06:36:44 PM
I would have said medication resistant skin fungus.
 
2013-11-22 06:47:43 PM
Dustin Diamond still has an agent?
 
2013-11-22 06:54:58 PM
farm7.staticflickr.com
 
2013-11-22 06:59:52 PM
Ironic that Todd Bridges is the one from that show who isn't dead.

Also, the agent looks like Matt Drudge
 
2013-11-22 07:05:20 PM
"Even when working out, he manages to put off women. "I've chased four girls out of the gym already. The last time I tried giving one my card. I handed her a card, and she never came back to the gym! "

Well at least he doesn't suffer from Middle Age Delusional Syndrome. He sounds like he's reached QA levels of prowess with women.
 
2013-11-22 07:08:52 PM
While I'm not a huge fan of his, Coulier isn't a TV celeb, he was on one show.  He's a standup comedian first and foremost.  He's headlining 4 nights at the WPB Improv in 2 weeks, I wouldn't really call that D-List.
 
2013-11-22 07:12:02 PM
images3.wikia.nocookie.net

Listen, you keep getting seen in public with human females and I can get you work in the *entertainment* industry.
 
2013-11-22 07:27:36 PM
When I worked in a just below upper tier Talent Agency, we had two main types of clients:

1) Recognizable character actors, who often had third or fourth billing on TV shows. For example, I talked to Khandi Alexander (CSI: Miami) and Terry O'Quinn (Lost) on an almost daily basis.

2) One-time stars, who were now approaching has-been status. If someone needed somebody who used to star on Dallas, or on LA Law, they'd call us.

That said, this guy is really scraping the barrel for clients.
 
2013-11-22 07:31:47 PM

stonelotus: While I'm not a huge fan of his, Coulier isn't a TV celeb, he was on one show.  He's a standup comedian first and foremost.  He's headlining 4 nights at the WPB Improv in 2 weeks, I wouldn't really call that D-List.


more of an E or F list then?
 
2013-11-22 07:46:06 PM
Better Call Paul!
 
2013-11-22 07:47:53 PM

The Martian Manhandler: When I worked in a just below upper tier Talent Agency, we had two main types of clients:

1) Recognizable character actors, who often had third or fourth billing on TV shows. For example, I talked to Khandi Alexander (CSI: Miami) and Terry O'Quinn (Lost) on an almost daily basis.

2) One-time stars, who were now approaching has-been status. If someone needed somebody who used to star on Dallas, or on LA Law, they'd call us.

That said, this guy is really scraping the barrel for clients.


Basically a collection of 'Oh, THAT guy/gals'.

That sounds like it may have been more fun than fending off producers looking for top tier talent for their bullshiat projects.
 
2013-11-22 07:57:30 PM

Kanemano: stonelotus: While I'm not a huge fan of his, Coulier isn't a TV celeb, he was on one show.  He's a standup comedian first and foremost.  He's headlining 4 nights at the WPB Improv in 2 weeks, I wouldn't really call that D-List.

more of an E or F list then?


Someone went down on him in a theater, if that counts for anything.
 
2013-11-22 08:14:04 PM
They all banged Alanis Morissette?
 
2013-11-22 08:32:06 PM

MFAWG: The Martian Manhandler: When I worked in a just below upper tier Talent Agency, we had two main types of clients:

1) Recognizable character actors, who often had third or fourth billing on TV shows. For example, I talked to Khandi Alexander (CSI: Miami) and Terry O'Quinn (Lost) on an almost daily basis.

2) One-time stars, who were now approaching has-been status. If someone needed somebody who used to star on Dallas, or on LA Law, they'd call us.

That said, this guy is really scraping the barrel for clients.

Basically a collection of 'Oh, THAT guy/gals'.

That sounds like it may have been more fun than fending off producers looking for top tier talent for their bullshiat projects.


Absolutely. Any time there's a list of those type of guys, I've usually dealt with half a dozen of them... like Stephen Tobolowsky and Michael Ironside, for example. Even Vincent Schiavelli, before he passed away.
 
2013-11-22 08:59:53 PM
...I was the only one hoping that there was a Dave Coulier porno out there, wasn't I?

/....back to the chardonnay
 
2013-11-22 09:04:28 PM

stonelotus: While I'm not a huge fan of his, Coulier isn't a TV celeb, he was on one show.  He's a standup comedian first and foremost.  He's headlining 4 nights at the WPB Improv in 2 weeks, I wouldn't really call that D-List.


This one, right?
www.skooldays.com
 
2013-11-22 09:06:38 PM

The Martian Manhandler: MFAWG: The Martian Manhandler: When I worked in a just below upper tier Talent Agency, we had two main types of clients:

1) Recognizable character actors, who often had third or fourth billing on TV shows. For example, I talked to Khandi Alexander (CSI: Miami) and Terry O'Quinn (Lost) on an almost daily basis.

2) One-time stars, who were now approaching has-been status. If someone needed somebody who used to star on Dallas, or on LA Law, they'd call us.

That said, this guy is really scraping the barrel for clients.

Basically a collection of 'Oh, THAT guy/gals'.

That sounds like it may have been more fun than fending off producers looking for top tier talent for their bullshiat projects.

Absolutely. Any time there's a list of those type of guys, I've usually dealt with half a dozen of them... like Stephen Tobolowsky and Michael Ironside, for example. Even Vincent Schiavelli, before he passed away.


William Finchner?
 
2013-11-22 09:26:15 PM
The Martian Manhandler:
Khandi Alexander

She was just insanely smoking hot during Newsradio.  That is all.
 
2013-11-22 09:26:50 PM

mariner314: The Martian Manhandler: MFAWG: The Martian Manhandler: When I worked in a just below upper tier Talent Agency, we had two main types of clients:

1) Recognizable character actors, who often had third or fourth billing on TV shows. For example, I talked to Khandi Alexander (CSI: Miami) and Terry O'Quinn (Lost) on an almost daily basis.

2) One-time stars, who were now approaching has-been status. If someone needed somebody who used to star on Dallas, or on LA Law, they'd call us.

That said, this guy is really scraping the barrel for clients.

Basically a collection of 'Oh, THAT guy/gals'.

That sounds like it may have been more fun than fending off producers looking for top tier talent for their bullshiat projects.

Absolutely. Any time there's a list of those type of guys, I've usually dealt with half a dozen of them... like Stephen Tobolowsky and Michael Ironside, for example. Even Vincent Schiavelli, before he passed away.

William Finchner?


Unfortunately, no.
 
2013-11-22 09:51:47 PM

The Martian Manhandler: mariner314: The Martian Manhandler: MFAWG: The Martian Manhandler: When I worked in a just below upper tier Talent Agency, we had two main types of clients:

1) Recognizable character actors, who often had third or fourth billing on TV shows. For example, I talked to Khandi Alexander (CSI: Miami) and Terry O'Quinn (Lost) on an almost daily basis.

2) One-time stars, who were now approaching has-been status. If someone needed somebody who used to star on Dallas, or on LA Law, they'd call us.

That said, this guy is really scraping the barrel for clients.

Basically a collection of 'Oh, THAT guy/gals'.

That sounds like it may have been more fun than fending off producers looking for top tier talent for their bullshiat projects.

Absolutely. Any time there's a list of those type of guys, I've usually dealt with half a dozen of them... like Stephen Tobolowsky and Michael Ironside, for example. Even Vincent Schiavelli, before he passed away.

William Finchner?

Unfortunately, no.


That's okay.

He is my all time favorite "it's that guy, guy."
 
2013-11-22 10:10:02 PM

EJ25T: Kanemano: stonelotus: While I'm not a huge fan of his, Coulier isn't a TV celeb, he was on one show.  He's a standup comedian first and foremost.  He's headlining 4 nights at the WPB Improv in 2 weeks, I wouldn't really call that D-List.

more of an E or F list then?

Someone went down on him in a theater, if that counts for anything.


In a comedians world thats B list and close to A list in their world....
 
2013-11-22 10:42:44 PM
Wait   Dave Coulier is considered a celebrity? i guess it makes sense because I never knew who kim kardashian was until she blew on camera.

/I figured he probably went to jail for molesting kids by now and or being uncle joey on full house, then again the other day I seen the olsen twins casting auditions for TV or movie rolls, those cracked out biatches have no chance of being in any tv or movie any time soon, then again if kardashian's fat ass got a TV series why not a pair of cracked out biatches instead?

/John Belushi would be jealous of what these biatches smoked together, he wouldn't have a prayer to compare
 
2013-11-22 11:48:16 PM

The Martian Manhandler: Absolutely. Any time there's a list of those type of guys, I've usually dealt with half a dozen of them... like Stephen Tobolowsky and Michael Ironside, for example. Even Vincent Schiavelli, before he passed away.


There's at least one documentary about character actors in Hollywood, where all of the are interviewed and Vincent is at least mentioned (I think he was dead when it was made).  Danny Trejo steals the show.
 
2013-11-23 06:09:09 AM
"Well, Mr Coulier, what are your talents?"

"Alanis Morrisette went down on me in a theater..."
 
2013-11-23 06:32:54 AM

firesign: stonelotus: While I'm not a huge fan of his, Coulier isn't a TV celeb, he was on one show.  He's a standup comedian first and foremost.  He's headlining 4 nights at the WPB Improv in 2 weeks, I wouldn't really call that D-List.

This one, right?
[www.skooldays.com image 450x220]


That show was awesome.

 A lot of Dave Coulier white knighting in here...and rightly so. He rules!
 
2013-11-23 11:46:38 AM

firesign: stonelotus: While I'm not a huge fan of his, Coulier isn't a TV celeb, he was on one show.  He's a standup comedian first and foremost.  He's headlining 4 nights at the WPB Improv in 2 weeks, I wouldn't really call that D-List.

This one, right?


I double checked before responding to the op that Dave's been notable in other shows, inc!luring Muppet babies.

Anyhow, he's also the dude that farked over Alanis enough to whine in you oughta know
 
2013-11-23 01:45:31 PM
The Martian Manhandler Even Vincent Schiavelli, before he passed away.

aw...I'd be more impressed if you talked to him daily AFTER he passed...
William Fichtner has a FARK Fan Club? He basically supplanted Peter Greene...

The great docu everybody's mentioning...  http://www.sho.com/sho/reality-docs/titles/3359061/that-guywho-was-in - that-thing
 
2013-11-23 09:38:03 PM
I should call him. I'd like to be able to tell people "call my agent."
 
2013-11-23 10:48:15 PM
William Fichtner! Had no idea his name but I love that guy! In everything! Especially that one thing!
 
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