Steve Comisar is living proof that nothing is impossible. With close to one million Twitter followers and over one million YouTube video views, former actor Comisar has become a highly popular social media celebrity. This is because Comisar is the only U.S. actor that is also a “famous con man.”
eNewsChannels NEWS: HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — Steve Comisar is living proof that nothing is impossible. With close to one million Twitter followers and over one million YouTube video views, Comisar has become a highly respected social media celebrity.
He’s not a household word to film buffs, and his movie credits look like a typical direct-to-video line-up with films like “Tough Luck” (2003, with Armand Assante), “Fists of Iron” (1995), “Sister Dearest” (1984, with Traci Lords), and “The Seduction of Gina” (1984, with Michael Brandon), but he has been visible on TV including a CBS-TV special “The Con Man.” (Photo above, is his role as “Stan” in “Tough Luck.”)
“Love him or hate him, Steve’s brute determination in getting a second chance is exactly what it takes to make it in Hollywood and worthy of help from the industry,” says Comisar’s publicist, Laura Levine. “Steve Comisar acquired his huge social media following while serving his prison sentence for fraud. He has more Twitter followers than most famous actors who have ten times the credits and never spent a day in jail.”
Comisar began acting at a very young age and has appeared in dozens of movies, television shows, and commercials. He will be released from prison in 2017 and is hoping to re-start his wilted acting career in Los Angeles with the help of some “well-known” actors, directors, producers, and agents he has asked for assistance.
Other “celebrity felons” who got a second chance after serving prison time are Mark Wahlberg, Tim Allen, Robert Downey Jr, Wesley Snipes, Martha Stewart, Christian Slater, and Danny Trejo. While not as well known, Comisar has been flooding social and PR media the past few years in preparation for his artistic rebirth.
Official Website: http://www.stevecomisar.com
VIDEO (YouTube) of Comisar on a CBS TV Special “The Con Man.”
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