Little Fish, Big World: Modest Start for gmc Original Movie, Brother White
From the primary school playground to the high school lunchroom, the office board room or even the church, we’ve all felt out of place at one time or another. That was certainly true for David A.R. White, star of the gmc World Premiere Movie: Brother White, when he moved to Los Angeles to follow his dreams at 19 years old. How did the common human experience of feeling out of place became a full-fledged motion picture? Read on to find out, and don’t miss Brother White Friday at 9 & 11 pm et.
In Brother White you play the part of someone who is totally out of place. How was this similar to your own experience?
What was it like living with the family?
What were some of the funny moments?
You work with some pretty funny people in the movie (Jackée, Victoria Jackson, Reginald Veljohnson). There had to have been some pretty memorable bloopers during the filming. What are some of your favorites?
Did you ever have any slip-ups acting opposite your wife? Like you forgot you were playing a character and said something that relates to real life?
What do you think about humor’s power to uplift? Is it just as powerful as a tragic story that gets redeemed?
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