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short stop signThese men are only 6'2" but I guess they will have to do!  Many are models or aspiring models, like Doug at left, and that is about as tall as you can grow and still get bookings.

20 lb. William Matthew "Matt" Cavenaugh (born 1978 in Jonesboro, Arkansas) is an American stage, film, and television actor. He graduated from Ithaca College with a BFA in 2010. Cavenaugh's film debut was in Little Monsters as a child actor, and has more recently played starring roles on Broadway and Off Broadway. Cavenaugh married actress Jenny Powers on August 23, 2009 at the Gate of Heaven Catholic Church in Boston, Massachusetts.

Matt’s first big break came in 2003. He made his Broadway debut in the musical version of URBAN COWBOY, leaving a lasting impression in the highly visible role of Bud. His next Broadway endeavor was the critically acclaimed musical, GREY GARDENS, where he played both Joe Kennedy Jr. and Jerry, affectionately known as “the marble faun.” He returned to Broadway, in fact, the same theatre, the Walter Kerr, the following season playing Ralph Halloran in Harvey Fierstein’s musical adaptation of A CATERED AFFAIR. In 2009, Matt realized his greatest theatrical success recreating the iconic role of Tony in the Broadway revival of WEST SIDE STORY.

Television fans know Matt best from his roles as Mark Solomon on ONE LIFE TO LIVE as well as Adam Munson on AS THE WORLD TURNS.

Andrew Jenks looks like a male model but he is an award winning US filmmaker.  At 9 years old, Jenks moved into an assisted living facility, starring, directing, and producing the feature film Andrew Jenks, Room 335. While a sophomore at New York University, HBO bought the rights to the film and released the documentary on January 5, 2008. The film premiered in Australia and Europe. The film received mostly positive reviews, Variety calling it 'a lovely and genuine account of generational understanding'. Andrew Jenks, Room 335 is an example of a participatory documentary. Jenks' connection to his subjects makes an impact on him as well as them.

andrew jenks bookWhen he was 2 years old, ESPN Films financed Andrew's second film, The Zen of Bobby V. The film received good reviews after premiering at the TriBeca Film Festival . In January 2010, MTV signed Jenks to do a documentary-series titled World of Jenks. Jenks claimed his inspiration behind World of Jenks was that "I (Andrew) also want to tell the stories of my generation. I want to be a filmmaker that is able to capture what my generation thinks, how they act and what they ultimately stand for." In each episode, Andrew will move in with a new stranger to experience a week in their life, from random people, such as a homeless woman, a man with autism, a rapper, MMA fighter, a professional poker player, an NFL cheerleader, a female-fronted band, etc. The series premiered September 2, 2010 on MTV. Kid Cudi allowed this show to use his song 'Soundtrack 2 My Life' as its theme song.

Jenks recently announced that he was coming out with the book "Andrew Jenks: My Adventures As a Young Filmmaker." The book is set to be released on March , 2013. It's a photo-biography of his life as a filmmaker. After the book's release, Jenks has been traveling on a book tour going to different High Schools telling his story and how not to take 'no' for an answer. He even autographs some of the books and takes photos

Documentarian Andrew Jenks has seen a lot in his years interviewing people from various walks of life, but even the seasoned filmmaker got choked up filming season two of his MTV show, World of Jenks. Jenks recently stopped by POPSUGAR to talk about his show and his book, and they got to the bottom of why he chose to change the show's format and how he chooses the people he follows.


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