Beyond just talking about important issues, we want to promote bears in the media. Americans are a big people, and yet our television and movie industry seem to ignore this fact and only show average or muscular built guys on screen. Why is this exactly? Maybe it's because even big people don't want to see themselves in media. There are a lot of self-hating big people out there. Let's try to do something about that. Big dudes are hot. We need to support those big guys who are trying to make it in this competitive industry. One such bear who I'd like to see more of is Kelle Whitehurst.
Who we see in our media has a lot to do with how we feel about ourselves. If there were more big guys on screen we'd feel a lot better about ourselves. And there would be a lot more eye candy, to boot. James worked some of his magic and sent me an e-mail of a thick brotha trying to make a name for himself in television and movies. He sent me a name and a couple of pics. Even after James came up with the name Kelle Whitehurst, I found more info and am presenting what I found below. Enjoy.
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Born and raised in Fullerton, California, Kelle Whitehurst is already a familiar face on television. He just completed a commercial promo for Daniel Tosh's show "Tosh.0" (Comedy Central) and Jordan Peele's new show "Key and Peele" (Comedy Central) also guest starred in Fred Copeland's TV web series "Circle of Influence".
In 2012 Kelle starred in Matt Sinnreich film "Trigger" which was well reviewed by Variety Magazine.
Being a business man by heart Kelle decided to get behind the camera and try his hand at writing and producing. In 2009 he formed Big Dawg Entertainment. With two films and a TV series in different stages of production, Kelle and Big Dawg are doing well for themselves.
Along with being a talented actor Kelle excelled in football. Attended California State University, Fullerton where he received his Bachelor of Arts in Communications (Radio/TV/Film). After graduation and his football career winding down Kelle's mother and father encouraged him to pursue acting and after taking acting classes and booking several commercials he realized this was his calling and destiny. Outside of acting Kelle is an avid sports fan and loves to lift weights.
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