Director Erin Villaverde has developed a fine eye for subtle detail. Gerrard can’t just sit and listen to the sad tale of Belle’s father (older pro Mario DiGregorio) — he has to sit on his bent over servant, that toady LaPew, (played by Derek Houck with more than a passing resemblance to a younger Wallace Shawn).
Episode 4 of Alan Hollywood, entitled “About Last Night,” is now online! The guys and the girls separately talk about the events of the party in the previous episode where Alan and Jill almost kissed and Sherri fell for Alan’s nerdy friend, Craig, who she thought was a casting director.
Alan Hollywood is a web series about the adventures of a computer programmer named Alan as he settles into his new home in Los Angeles. I play Craig, the socially inept co-worker who lied to the attractive Sherri, and now must tell her the truth. How will she react? I hope you enjoy!
Derek Houck was raised on chocolate, video games, and Kevin Costner films. He’s appeared in Community, United States of Tara, and stars as Napoleon in the web series Napoleon Bon Appétit. Derek's trained at Upright Citizens Brigade, the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, and the Stephen Book Acting Workshop. Put him in a suit, and Derek looks like a nerdy Joe Pesci.