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Chad Faust. Handsome, strong-jawed, and sharp-witted, Canadian actor Chad Faust can convincingly convey anything from quippy comedy to serious commentary. He is perhaps best known, however, as a regular on popular sci-fi television. Before he even broke into acting, he started his show-business career as an independent filmmaker, helming his self-made meditation on artistic success, "We Ran Naked"when he was still a teenager.
Rosario Dawson arrives at an awards show in Pasadena, California on March 10, file photo. The grim, repellent tale directed by Talia Lugacy seems unlikely to snare much of an audience. Dawson plays a college coed, Maya, who meets a handsome jock, Jared Chat Faustat a party.
Chad Faust born July 14, is a Canadian actorsingerfilm producerfilm directorand screenwriterbest known for his role as Kyle Baldwin in The He currently resides in Los Angeles, California. Faust starred in Bang Bang You're Deada film about high school shootings.
Chad Faust, star of " The " and Rosario Dawson's upcoming film " Descent ," was walking down a beach in Vancouver while I interviewed him and he noticed something strange. And no, it wasn't a nude beach! As if that wasn't enough of a coincidence, viewers of the series will know that Kyle's story began on a beach in the first episode. I love it when perfect coincidences like that happen during an interview and it makes me think that from now on I should pay off children to create perfect coincidences around my future interview subjects.
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