ComiCONN: Brian O’Halloran Interview

Aug
22

ComiCONN: Brian O’Halloran Interview

“I’M NOT EVEN SUPPOSED TO BE HERE TODAY!” – DANTE HICKS (BRIAN O’HALLORAN), CLERKS

Brian O’Halloran is an American actor who has starred in amazing, cult-classic films, such as Clerks, Clerks 2, Dogma, and Vulgar. Brian has also worked on television shows and enjoys partaking in theater productions as a stage actor.

Those who have seen the movies and shows that Brian O’Halloran has starred in know what a mistake ABC made by cancelling Clerks: The Animated Series and replacing it with Who Wants to be a Millionaire.
If you have never heard of Brian or seen his work, I advise you to go to his IMDB page for reference and watch any – or all – of the movies he is in.

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For those of you who have never had the opportunity to meet Brian, I just have to add that he is an incredibly gifted, intelligent, funny, and overall, very nice person.

Instead of asking the basic, expected questions that Brian probably gets on a regular basis, like, “What’s Clerks 3 about?” and “Have you revisited the idea of Clerks: The Animated Series?”, I decided to be unique and ask Brian O’Halloran about something everyone on this site should be interested in: video games.

Check out the interview above and follow Brian O’Halloran on Twitter for the latest news on his upcoming movies…including the long awaited Clerks 3.

About Damage1200

A. Natale completed his undergrad at Marist College receiving a bachelors degree in Information Technology. When suddenly right as graduation week was upon him he formed a great idea to start reviewing games, since he owned pretty much every system and every game worth having. Two and a half years later there was some traction and thus formed ProGameReviews.Com.

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