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Insight on a SLICE from RobotWorx Owner, Keith Wanner, He talks about the making of their “Sliced” episode on The History Channel, why the did it and the thought process on what to have SLICED.

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New Pod Cast For Skeeter Bass Champs

I love radio, have ever since I was a kid. Worked in radio for many years and enjoyed every bit of it! So its nice to get back to that in a small way with the new Skeeter Bass Champs podcast. A new way were trying to get information to anglers that fish the tournament trail, and it’s fun to boot!

check it out!
Skeeter Bass Champs Pod Cast

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Very Cool Story!

Man with a golden voice!

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Joe Stevens in TRUE GRIT

My buddy Joe who I have had a many good steak with scored a great roll in True Grit!
He and I have an on going dinner promise that who ever books something cool the other owes him dinner, well I owe you a Steak Joe, here is a great write up on his performance in the NY Times Click here

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Happy New Year

2010 was an awesome year! So good that I was too busy to do normal updates on the Blog, so as part of the new year comes new info and updates! Here is to 2011, may it be as awesome if not more than 2010!

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WOW again! Tonight is the night for the big Premiere Of SLICED!

David Martindale one gifted writer wrote a great article in the Fort Worth Star! Check it out!
SLICE IS EQUIPPED TO AMAZE!

I have also added some “behind the scenes” photo on my Face Book Fan page, please stop by and check those out as well, the link in on the side bar!

ROCK AND ROLL! The ride begins!

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I have not spoken to Travis Davis in years, I came across this e-mail from Tom Kane reporting on his condition this morning and it really hit home, Travis is not doing well. If you are a fellow Dallas actor that has been around for a while like myself you will remember him. Travis and his wife moved to LA back in the early 90 about the same tim that I did, and he did well for himself and his family! But could definitely use some help now!

The Travis Davis Fund

Message from Tom Kane:

I was only going to send this to my VO & On-Camera Actor email lists, but I’m throwing a wider net because this came on very suddenly, and the need is immediate. I know we are all hit up for a lot of things, but please read, and please do what you can.

Even $5 or $10 from just half my email pals would make SUCH a difference.

Travis Davis has been part of our VO and On-camera community since the early 90’s – he’s a really nice, hard working family guy with a wife and 2 young kids.

He thought his stomach cancer last year had been beaten, and went right back to work to support his family.

All seemed OK until a month ago, when the pain in his abdomen confirmed the cancer was back with a vengeance. It has spread throughout his peritoneum and intestines. It is terminal. And soon.

Just two weeks ago, after tests confirmed treatment would not change the outcome, he and his wife went through the painful ordeal of telling their children the situation.

It was as heart wrenching as expected, and something that we can only pray we never experience.

They are strong, beautiful kids, and are doing their best to assimilate this info into their world, but they’re just kids, and going through enough without also worrying about whether there will be enough money to buy school supplies in a couple months.

Travis isn’t an on-camera Celebrity, or some big Movie Trailer guy with healthy reserves. He is a working-class actor who is – literally – at the end of his rope and needs a hand.

He is long past being able to work, and doesn’t have more than a few weeks left.

The little bit of life insurance he may get from AFTRA & SAG won’t help until weeks or months after he is gone, and his wife and kids need something to see them through this terrible transition.

I have sent them something to help a bit, and if you can also, please do. I am sure anything will be greatly appreciated.

Some friends set up a fund through a charity organized to do exactly this sort of thing, the Talbert Family Foundation, and it’s 100% tax deductible:

The Travis Davis Fund

I checked it our before I donated, and it all seems legit, and I am assured everything donated goes directly to Travis’ family.

Please do what you can, and pass this on to anyone else who might be able to help.

Thank you.
– Tom Kane

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