– July 6, 2015 – LOS ANGELES — After a successful supporting role in the film Paul Blart Mall Cop 2 as “Ramos”, the actor Geovanni Gopradi continues with his support as an Ambassador for The Special Olympics World Games. On July 7th, 2015 the offical partner of The World Games, Toyota and in collaboration with the Mural Conservacy of Los Angeles, will unveil iconic murals to commemorate The Special Olympics World Games. Geovanni Gopradi will be attending this special event and bring awarenes to the importance of supporting the Special Olympics.
The event will be held at the Los Angeles Memorial Colliseum, and the murals of Kent Twitchell, David Flores and Cryptic will be presented to local Special Olympics executives, athletes, coaches and guests.
Geovanni Gopradi is an American film and television actor. He became known for his role of “Ramos” in Paul Blart Mall Cop 2. He appeared in independent films such as Lost Everything, Jarring , The Southside and television series like True Blood, Major Crimes and The Bold and the Beautiful as well as numerous national commercials.
The play written by James Patterson, is a dark romance, set in modern times. A young guy looking for his biological mother goes to her hometown, only to fall in love with an older woman and make new enemies as well as friends. The story is very well written and so intense, that will keep the audience attached to their seat until the unexpected end.This story has it all, romance, jealousy, sadness, happiness, drama, sex and violence. I think it makes the perfect cocktail to bring something different and new to the audiences that enjoy theater”.
Marilyn Sanabria as Joanna Mitchell.
Geovanni Gopradi as Edward Wilkins.
Sonja Inge as Madge Isaacs.
David Neff as Jesse Shoemaker.
LeRoy Castanon as Brian Martin.
Peter Altschuler as Reverend Jones.
Allen Warchol as narrator.
Burley Man The play written by James Patterson.
Producer: Aida Delgado
Productions: YHVH Talent Management
BY RHEANA MURRAY
Kmart Holiday commercial for Joe Boxer sparks outrage online
Hilarious or offensive? Viewers are mixed when it comes to Kmart’s new holiday commercial for Joe Boxer, featuring men shaking their stuff to the tune of ‘Jingle Bells.’ Critics say the ad, called ‘Show Your Joe,’ is tasteless. Fans say it’s no worse than Victoria’s Secret ads.
YHVH Enetertainment launched a fundraising campaign for the play Burley Man. The campaign will be managed through IndieGoGo, an international crowd funding site. The fundraising announcement follows the recent pre-production announcement of the play.