Ranking Status: Aspiring Actor
Name: Anthony Washingtoon
Current Area: Brooklyn, NY
Home Town: Kansas City, MO
Education: BA English, MFA and MPA.
Employer: A Department of New York City Government
Position: Being a Politician (Enough Said) - I work hard.
About Me: I was an English (Creative Writing) major in undergrad and earned my first masters in Creative Writing, so I have a love for rich and unique dialogue that is found in independent films. I have often thought about becoming writing a script, but I think I will stick to poetry and let other people make movies so I can watch them.
Interests: Movies, movies, cooking, reading, writing, running, people watching, hanging out and meeting new people.
Film I Love: Midnight Cowboy
Film I Hate: Monsters Ball
Guilty Pleasure: Shots of Patron
Favorite Genre: Documentary
Least Favorite Genre: Family
Favorite Actors: Jeffrey Wright, Michael Jeter, Denzel Washington, Seymoru Hoffman
Favorite Director: Coen Brothers
Movie Quotes: "I ain't a for real cowboy, but I am one hell of a stud." Midnight Cowboy
"I loved Sarah, Charles. It was mine, that love. I owned it. Even Sarah didn't have the right to take it away. I can love whoever I want... That was her business, not mine. You are what you love, not what loves you. That's what I decided a long time ago."
"Back and forth, forever" You and Me and Everyone We Know
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