Yes, you read that right! The king of B-movies, Bill Oberst, Jr., is going to be the star of a new college lecture series designed to help audience members enhance their own lives and careers. And we can almost guarantee there will be no blood shed onstage.
Oberst is a phenomenal and prolific actor that absolutely took the horror world by storm after he launched into the limelight with his appearance in the Emmy Award winning film Take This Lollipop. Since then he’s gone on to star in scores of films and amass a wealth of knowledge on how to succeed in an uber-competitive world. Oberst feels like the lessons he’s learned during his acting career can easily translate and be used by people no matter what line of work they’re in.
The event will be held in Missouri in the Baldwin Hall Auditorium on the Truman University campus, March 18 at 7p.m. In addition to Oberst’s lecture, the presentation will also feature clips from Abraham Lincoln vs. Zombies and Take This Lollipop.
From the promo poster
Just a few years ago he was playing Jesus of Nazareth on stage. So how did a mild-mannered actor go from obscurity to Emmy, racking up 113 movie credits in five years? Bill Oberst, Jr. says it’s all about branding. And marketing. And faith.
Whether you’re an actor or an accountant, you can apply the hard lessons he’s learned in Hollywood to fast-track your own career in today’s increasingly niche-focused global marketplace. Spend an hour with the king of horror—and come away with some ammo to make life less scary.
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