So since I posted about THIS Penn alum’s commercial, I keep on getting more and more commercial submissions.
I showed you THIS comical Penn alum’s toilet paper commercial, and today, I’ve got a commercial from another Penn alum actor who is new to DT, but probably familiar to many of you.
More about this actor and his touching commercial after the jump!
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In the somewhat long (2 minutes) Hallmark commercial you’ll see below, John plays a taxi cab driver. Watch this to the end and I promise it will move you.
Trivia: At Penn, John majored in English Literature and played varsity football. Apparently, John, like many ambitious Penn alumni, followed his passion and made a career change after being an advertising executive. (source)
Thank you to Ty A. Furman (Ed.D. ’08, Director University Life Arts Initiatives) for the tip!
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