Actors: Don’t Be This Guy!

I follow Paul Scheer on Twitter (and you should too! He’s hilarious!) and he posted this little gem the other day.

We can file this under: Things Actors Should Never Do.

Fabrice Yahyaoui is an actor of many, many faces (as you can tell in the picture below) and he wants to mother f**kin act!

I have no idea why he isn’t working. I mean, he’s on MySpace!

Paul Scheer's photo: Attention movie and TV directors! I have your next big actor.

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