Had a great time interviewing director/actor Gerald McCullouch last night on my BlogTalkRadio show. You have checked out some of my recent episodes, yes? :)
As I mention during the radio chat, having Gerald on the show is like Christmas for a me cause he's just a great guest.
As an actor, Gerald ("Bones," "NCIS," "House") is recognized around the world for his 10 seasons as Bobby Dawson on “CSI," as well as his critically praised portrayal of "Roger" in the Bear City movies.
Thanks to the global and diverse fan bases of “CSI” and the Bear City movies, he was honored as one of the 100 most compelling people in OUT Magazine’s “OUT 100," and featured in The New York Daily News, LA Daily News, The New York Post, US Weekly and The Advocate, among others.
Gerald dropped by to chat on his new indie film, DADDY, and the upcoming BEAR CITY 3.
The DVD of DADDY was recently released, and is packed with lots of fun extras, which we talk about at length. Interesting to see scenes Gerald cut or which songs he swapped out for the right tone of a scene. You can get the DVD from Amazon by clicking here.
Gerald originated the role of "Colin" in the NYC world premiere stage production of DADDY and produced the critically acclaimed West Coast premiere, in which he also starred, receiving rave reviews.
Critics raved about DADDY The Movie. Here are a few quotes from critics:
CIFF: “Funny, erotic, and heart-tugging DADDY explores what a hot, beautiful mess friendship and loyalty are and how to age gracefully while kicking and screaming.”
The Film Reel: “It’s hard to say that the film is anything but wonderful…outstanding.. very powerful and filled with emotion…a fantastic film.”
Zone Culture: "Nothing short of miraculous… credit must be given to the talent of the Via-McCullouch team for making one of the most touching, heartwarming and believable friendships in the history of gay movies.”
Progressive Pulse: “Wonderful and beautiful performances…an impressive directorial debut.”
More info on Gerald at www.gerald.biz
Listen to my fun chat with the hunky, handsome Gerald below.