Joined 5 years ago from Dimension 5
CEC is involved with the 70s & 80s yacht rock band, Yachtley Crew. He paints and draws, acted in the horror film “Bloody Bobby: The Fall Creek Valley Massacre”, sings telegrams with his ukulele, is the host of “Inspirado Projecto” on 1630AM KCHUNG radio in Chinatown Los Angeles, is a former substitute teacher for junior high/high schoolers of LAUSD, played Orphan #5 in “Blues Brothers,” is a co-founding member of Andy's Army, was interviewed for the upcoming documentary “Kaufman Lives,” is a Peaker, co-founded KaPow Intergalactic Film Festival, and survived to tell the story about almost being thrown down an old mineshaft out in the middle of the desert with Ted Levine by Surf Guitar Legend Dick Dale.
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