George M. Kostuch    Photos | REELS | PRINT    SAG|AFTRA 

20 years experience in front of and behind the camera.  3 years as working actor / commercial print model for Leighton Agency Phoenix.  8 years as working actor / commercial print model for LW1 (Wilhelmina Los Angeles).   Unparalleled on-set experience with the kind of knowledge only earned by putting one's hands on every single aspect of production.  Appeared in John Erick Dowdle's (As Above, So Below, Devil) The Poughkeepsie Tapes which George also co-produced as well as co-producing and starring in Dowdle's Slamdance Grand Jury winning comedy The Dry SpellGeorge has worked on international advertising campaigns for some of the most recognizable brands in the world including Honda, General Electric, KIA and Schwepps. 

George M. Kostuch | IMDB

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5'11" 180 lbs | athletic body type | avid distance / marathon runner & competitive triathlete | multiple sports skills | Age range:  30-45 | Genre range:  edgy hipster to young dad.

Photo credit Brian Biamonte | 225 Magazine | 2013

Photo credit Brian Biamonte | 225 Magazine | 2013

 
 

Kia Spectra Network National Spot -- Shot on location in downtown LA -- another link to this spot:  http://www.marketmenot.com/kia-spectra-boyfriends-commercial/

Big budget international Honda Integra Type R spot.  Main usage:  countrywide Japan.  Funny tidbit -- the sunglasses I am wearing are 100% blacked out because of shine and glare so I am working blindly -- literally.   Neither the director nor the DP spoke a lick of English.   And they WANTED me to scream which is certainly not subtle.   Location:   Bakersfield, CA -- 3 days.

Photo credit Bjorn Kommerell | Los Angeles, CA

Photo credit Bjorn Kommerell | Los Angeles, CA

Photo credit Bjorn Kommerell | Los Angeles, CA

Photo credit Bjorn Kommerell | Los Angeles, CA

GROOM Photo Credit JennieFreyRhodes.com | Baton Rouge, LA 

 
 
Photo credit Jeannie Frey Rhodes | Baton Rouge, LA 

Photo credit Jeannie Frey Rhodes | Baton Rouge, LA 

 
 

I got spoofed.   So they say I am "big in Japan" right? -- imitation is the greatest form of flattery right?    Hiliarious.