The Unofficial Hollywood Web Series, The F-List,reveals the hilarious antics of two Hollywood actors trying to break into the entertainment industry and their steadfast focus to climb from F to A-List status. With episodes one through three garnering more than 50,000 views, The F-List has announced the release of its fourth episode: Fake It ‘til You Make It, Part 1.
Premiering on November 14, 2012, series star’s Bobby and Gracie pick up right where they left off: with a fearless decision to take their careers into their own hands.
Created, acted and produced by Hollywood’s own F-Listers, Beth Triffon and Sean Edwards, the duo aimed to compose a witty and hilarious representation of the trials and tribulations of modern Hollywood - one without all the glitz and glamour.
“We wanted to create The F-List so every person who is living in, working in or simply dreaming about Hollywood could come and laugh at the heart-breaking yet always-inspiring life they’ve chosen,” Triffon said. “Laughing at yourself can be very therapeutic and after jumping through every hoop and degrading myself in every way, this series was amazingly fun to create.”
An exciting addition to the cast is Mark Burnham who stars in the role of cut-throat studio executive, Max Madden.
“We are extremely honored to bring the talents of established actors like Mark Burnham to The F-List,” Edwards said. “Mark’s most recent credit includes staring opposite Marilyn Mansion in Quentin Dupieux’s new film Wrong Cops, shown recently at Cannes Film Festival. He was the perfect fit for Max Madden and we are thankful for his amazing portrayal.”
In preparation for the upcoming release, join Bobby & Gracie on Twitter @FListTV for your daily #FLISTMOMENT, which captures Hollywood’s most desperate, pathetic and always interesting moments. Join the conversation and contribute your own moments by using hashtag #FLISTMOMENT.
In addition to Triffon and Edwards, The F-List is produced by Clare Schmidt and Gardner Street Productions. It is directed by BAFTA winner, Lorne Hiltser.