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Wayne Curnew
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  • Hamilton
  • Canada
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Let us know if you are an actor or would like to be. Would you be interested in voiceovers. There are a lot of small jobs around, but we need to know who you are.
May 22, 2010
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May 22, 2010
Sound Out Media/Victoria Fenner and Wayne Curnew are now friends
Apr 23, 2009
Sound Out Media/Victoria Fenner left a comment for Wayne Curnew
"Hi Wayne .. I remember you from CFMU! Such a small city, isn't it?"
Apr 22, 2009
Chantell Kempijan left a comment for Wayne Curnew
"Hello Wayne, new to the site i thought i would just stop in to say Hi..HI! :)"
Mar 27, 2009

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Licensed user of restricted firearms, Radio Disc Jockey 1970s & 1980s, Voice Baritone, Voice Overs, Stunts, Motorcyclist, Ice Hockey, Horse Back Riding,
Tell us about your relationship to the film & creative community
I have been around the entertainment industry since 1974. Starting out in the music end of the business as a band manager and road and stage manager. I also managed concert halls and operated a music agency. I worked in commercial radio as a DJ for a few short stints in the 1970s & 1980s. I produced and co-hosted a talk show at a local cable TV station in the late 1970s, and produced another cable TV show in the early 1990s. About 1984 I stumbled into the movie end of the industry doing background work and a few small acting gigs. I believe I first got the bug for the industry around 1963, when I appeared on Romper Room a few times and once on the Uncle Bobby show. It wasn't until around 1990 that I became more serious about the movie industry. I took a few no name acting classes. I then took the suggestion of a friend and did a little bit of stand up comedy. I did some of the amateur comedy circuit, although I did fairly well at stand up it was not the same as working in front of a camera. So I decide that it would be a make or break career in the movie industry. I would either make it or die trying. I have two sisters that have made it big in the movie industry, and I am not going to let them have all the fame and glory, LOL

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At 2:29pm on November 6, 2008, SpliceProductions said…
Splice Productions and North American Film Theatrical Corporation would like to invite you to the screening of the Canadian independent feature film, NARA which will be screened for the first time to the public (3 months ahead of its official theatrical release) at the Hamilton Film Festival. Q&A with the director will follow the screening. Details as follows:

FILM TITLE: NARA
GENRE : Suspense/Thriller
RATING: This film is not yet rated ( Recommended for 14 +)
VENUE: The Staircase - 27 Dundurn St. N, Hamilton, Ontario
DATE: Friday November 7th, 2008
TIME: 9:00pm
TICKETS: $10 at the door

OFFICIAL WEBSITE: http://www.narathemovie.com

FESTIVAL WEBSITE: http://www.hamiltonfilmfestival.com

For further information, please email info@spliceproductions.ca

Thank You.
At 9:10pm on March 27, 2009, Chantell Kempijan said…
Hello Wayne, new to the site i thought i would just stop in to say Hi..HI! :)
At 9:04am on April 22, 2009, Sound Out Media/Victoria Fenner said…
Hi Wayne .. I remember you from CFMU! Such a small city, isn't it?
At 4:27am on February 18, 2010, The Oldman said…
Life Is What We Make It
by Edgar A. Guest

Life is a jest;
Take the delight of it.
Laughter is best;
Sing through the night of it.
Swiftly the tear
And the hurt and the ache of it
Find us down here;
Life must be what we make of it.

Life is a song;
Dance to the thrill of it.
Grief's hours are long,
And cold is the chill of it.
Joy is man's need;
Let us smile for the sake of it.
This be our creed:
Life must be what we make of it.

Life is a soul;
The virtue and vice of it,
Strife for a goal,
And man's strength is the price of it.
Your life and mine,
The bare bread and the cake of it
End in this line:
Life must be what we make of it.
At 9:41pm on May 22, 2010, andre ciere said…
hi wayne the pics look great.if your doing anything keep me in mind any time. andre

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