Monday, December 19, 2011

Black Hollywood To Provide Acting Training Camps For NFL Players


Your Black Gossip reports:

When in a recession, it always pays to have a second hustle --- especially for Black men in America. John Singleton, Robert Townsend and Keenen Ivory Wayans are doing their part to help out by holding training camps for football players who want to tackle acting.

From April 2-5, the first NFL Pro Hollywood Boot Camp will be held at Universal Studios in Los Angeles. To date, twenty former and current NFL players will participate, said the league Monday in a statement.

Screen writing, directing, producing and film financing are among the gems that will be offered during the four day event.

New York-based film production company, Film Life Inc., is co-sponsoring the event, along with NFL Payer Engagement, an organization that was implemented to help players transition to a successful career after football.

1 comment:

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