Wes HAVILAND
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  • Honolulu, HI
  • United States
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  • ROBERT DAVID TACKMANN
  • Josh Almario
  • Samantha Lockwood
  • Debernise Curran
  • Esther Sim
  • Pamela Holt
  • Kassandra Reina
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  • Jake Johnson
  • Jonna "JoJo" Ocampo
  • Mericia Palma Elmore
  • JOHN GROVE VoiceOverArtist
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  • Kimberly Estrada
 

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"80 percent of success is just showing up" — Woody Allen

This is me playing the role of Ryan, a Special Operative Group LT in the Vietnam war inspired docudrama Redlove.

Wes Haviland's Resume

 

 

Yes, this is the actual back of head over the shoulder shot of Clooney's head and me on the left wearing the blue aloha shirt in a very natural, casual pose.  So what if I and the rest of the "Party Guests" are a little out of focus in the background...

 

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(Contact Information) Agent, Talent Manager or Self Managed
Self Managed
Portrayable Ethnicities
Caucasian
Portrayable Age
30's, 40's
Height, Weight, Hair Color, Eye Color, Shirt/Blouse size, Pant Size, Shoe Size
6' 5", 235lbs., Silver/brown hair, 17.5/37 shirt, 38/34 pants, 15 shoe, 7 5/8" hat, 46 long to extra-long suit size
Special Talent
Law Enforcement Academy, Fire Fighter Academy, Life Guarding, Medical Terminology and Emergency First Responder, Construction Skills, Heavy Truck and Equipment operation and Certifications
Personal/Business Website
https://vimeo.com/channels/weshaviland
Facebook
www.facebook.com/people/Wes-Haviland/588903848
IMDB (Internet Movie Database)
www.imdb.com/name/nm2153101/

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At 2:55pm on February 18, 2013, ROBERT DAVID TACKMANN said…

ALOHA BRA.THIS IS ROBERT DAVID TACKMANN aka BEAU T. WANTED TO SHARE SOME OF MY VIDEOS WITH YOU.  ONE ESPECIALLY IS MY AUDITION VIDEO FOR THE SURVIVOR PROGRAM CALLED SICILIAN VIET NAM VET BEAU T. PENNI CLIFTON CASTING DIRECTOR FOR THE SHOW ASKED FOR A SECOND VIDEO,SO I PUTIT TOGETHER FOR HER ASAP AND NO DICE. THAT'S HOLLWOOD! WAITING FOR ANOTHER DOOR TO OPEN,WHICH IT WILL,WITH GODS GRACE.  NO WORRIES.

STAY WELL AND GOD BLESS OUR SOLDIERS IN HARMS WAY. BEAU T.

At 11:14am on October 3, 2011, JOHN GROVE VoiceOverArtist said…
Aloha Wes! It's a pleasure to connect with you, and it would be great to see you there in 2012! Mahalo, John
At 9:50pm on September 17, 2011, Traci Toguchi said…

Aloha Wes,

Much belated thanks for your kind comment (just saw it; will check my notification settings).

Hope you have been awesome.

With aloha,

Traci

At 8:17am on July 5, 2011, Kevin Keaveney said…
Hey Wes, glad you liked Osage County! Yeah I've learned never to narrow down my options to what I think I'm right for, because I've seen directors make some really off-the-wall casting decisions (some successful, some not). Basically, I'll read for whatever they'll let me read for (and indeed I've booked jobs based on a previous audition where I read for a role I wasn't right for, but the director liked me and remembered me).  Is there anything upcoming at Manoa Valley or one of the other theaters that you'll be auditioning for?
At 9:34am on September 26, 2010, Joanna M Ellenbeck said…
Tracy Wright Corvo
portrait photography
So here is the info for the awesome photographer...she my Fav!

http://www.facebook.com/TracyWrightCorvoPortraitPhotography


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At 10:15pm on September 24, 2010, Wes HAVILAND said…
Atteberry Unplugged

intellectual tauntings from the village idiot
Monday, September 13, 2010
How to Feel Miserable as an Artist
I found this on a Canadian actor's website. I thought it was spot on and well worth passing along.

HOW TO FEEL MISERABLE AS AN ARTIST

(OR, WHAT NOT TO DO, UNDERLINE ANY THAT CURRENTLY APPLY)



1. CONSTANTLY COMPARE YOURSELF TO OTHER ARTISTS.

2. TALK TO YOUR FAMILY ABOUT WHAT YOU DO AND EXPECT THEM TO CHEER YOU ON.

3. BASE THE SUCCESS OF YOUR ENTIRE CAREER ON ONE PROJECT.

4. STICK WITH WHAT YOU KNOW.

5. UNDERVALUE YOUR EXPERTISE.

6. LET MONEY DICTATE WHAT YOU DO.

7. BOW TO SOCIETAL PRESSURES.

8. ONLY DO WORK THAT YOUR FAMILY WOULD LOVE.

9. DO WHATEVER THE CLIENT/CUSTOMER/GALLERY OWNER/PATRON/INVESTOR ASKS.

10. SET UNACHIEVABLE/OVERWHELMING GOALS. TO BE ACCOMPLISHED BY TOMORROW.
At 1:24pm on September 24, 2010, Lara Palafox said…
Ha ha ha. Yes it was so difficult to look nasty for A New Day!I wanna do something a bit more glamorous next. Lol. How's life?
At 10:18pm on September 12, 2010, sara settle said…
Hi:) Thank you for the link!
At 3:35pm on April 15, 2010, Dezmond Gilla said…
It's been rough out here. My agency is closing down I think. I'm looking for a new one. I'm trying to get a web series going with some actor friends. Hope all's well with you, bud! Aloha!
At 11:09am on April 15, 2010, Eric West said…
Hello Wes,
Thank you for joining What are You Watching.
Feel free to post or discuss any interests of film and television.
 
 
 

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