ZachOda wrote:And if you want ADA, who's to say that jurors won't have seen you? You might not think it will matter in the case, but it will. At the firm, maybe younger associates, or someone up against you for a position can use it. If I were going to a lawyer for advice, and it turned out to be a reality TV star, I'd start looking for a new lawyer. Nothing against your talents, I'm sure you're a smart person to have gotten your scholarship, but being on a reality show will not help your image at all.
If it's on tv or the internet, accept the fact that anyone will be able to find it, and use it.
fuck you're probably right haha. god damnit. i wonder how much a non-mikethesituation type reality show cast member can expect to make in club appearances until their fame dies out. I've heard everything from a few hundred at a club to 20,000 being standard for every thurs-fri-sat night, obviously depending who you are and what show.
also, thoughts on whether it will help my screenplay to get read/made? At the moment it's a full length feature comedy and a hollywood exec loved my pitch and is asking for the script by the end of the summer. I want to get it in top shape though. But if that falls through, would my having been on a reality TV show increase my chances of somebody else picking it up?