Article about the filmmakers of “The Last International Playboy”

By • Mar 28th, 2009 • Category: Jason Behr, Leading

On Friday, March 27, the Daily Texan Online published the article “New filmmakers view first movies as chance to learn”.

The text is about Steve Clark the writer and director of “The Last International Playboy” aka “Frost” and Dan Siegelstein, who is a radio-television-film senior in college because they both teamed up to make their first film in which Jason Behr plays the lead.

[…] On the other side of the country, Steve Clark awaits the Web site launch of his first feature film, “The Last International Playboy,” a movie inspired by the life of The Paris Review founder George Plimpton and starring former “Roswell” star Jason Behr.

Clark never wanted to be a director. He wanted to be a writer. After college, he landed a job with the literary journal, where he was a senior editor for seven years.

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Read the article on www.dailytexanonline.com. A on set photo with Jason Behr, Steve Clark and Mike Landry can be found there, too.

Related News:
“The Last International Playboy” – DVD and competition information, March 25th, 2009
“Last International Playboy” hits theaters on May 29, 2009, Feb 14th, 2009

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