Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Our Dad, The Artist

We owe lots to our folks. Shit, don't we all?

I remember watching awards shows and seeing the winners go on and on about their parents and how much it meant to have parents that supported them. I was too young to understand then, but with a little life experience under our belts, we understand all too well. Our parents have supported us in acting since we were little, accepted our desires to turn ourselves into real life super heroes through extensive martial arts training and stunts, and stood firmly behind us as we decided to make DEAD HOOKER IN A TRUNK and take our first steps into film making.

If you're an avid reader of our PENNY DREADFUL DIARY, and we most certainly hope that you are (what fun would life be without peering into our personal and very public diary?), you've most likely heard about our very cool mom. She started us on Stephen King in elementary school and that's where we started to go wrong.

I'd like to take this moment to talk about my dad. He's been every bit as supportive as my mom. He helped us get our killer legal team (evil doers beware!) and incorporate TWISTED TWINS PRODUCTIONS. He's been behind us and, more often, beside us through it all. He goes to church every Sunday with a DEAD HOOKER IN A TRUNK bumper sticker proudly displayed.

This Christmas, our dad blew us away with this incredible painting...

It's just amazing. Our dad is a very talented painter and to have him paint us something so sentimental makes us feel luckier than ever to have such a wonderful dad. Thank you, dad. Best dad ever.

Now go give your dad a call and tell him you love him.


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