The cinematic heart-throb known as Zac Efron has been in movies since before he could shave. His big break came at 19, when he starred in Disney’s High School Musical. Since then he’s enjoyed a great deal of success with various movies, such as Charlie St. Clouds and 17 Again. Starting April 20, he can be seen as a strong, silent-type marine in the Nicholas Sparks-based flick, The Lucky One. We were fortunate enough to get an interview with Mr. Efron, unfortunately we were too weak in the knees to understand anything he said. Luckily, we happened to be recording the interview, so all is not lost.
Randy Walker is a writer. His mother finds his writing hilarious, his father wonders where he went wrong. Randy recently moved to New Orleans where he now performs standup comedy and improv. He is currently working on several short stories that may or may not include a pirate named Scruffy.