Charlie S. Jensen


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So let's start with the fact that I am not great about updating this site. I AM working - constantly. But keeping track of it is not my strong point.

Some highlights: Some nice press: https://ilbusinessdaily.com/stories/511570162-abelsontaylor-wins-award-for-coolief-website

A national Commercial and Print campaign for Coolief. Special thanks to Brad Smith, A.J. and the folks at PR Casting, Kacee and Adam and the gang at Shirley Hamilton, the director Kevin Smith from Story, all the folks at Abelson Taylor, Inc. and of course all the Coolief folks! P.S. I'm not quite that old - they aged me a bit for the ads - and not quite that large (I lost 20 lbs since then) but I guess that's a glimpse into future me! Delayed release, but now up HERE. Also on their Facebook HERE. Right of first refusal for American Honey.

More highlights: Chicago Justice episode aired and can now be streamed. Check me out almost at the top of the episode HERE or at the right. (Karge + Ross Casting, Wolf Films/NBC, Director Vincent Misiano)

Reading 2 epsiodes of a TV series by the wonderful Kevin Hanna at Stage 18

A series of national spots for Turtle Wax (featuring Manny the Frenchie! - O'Keefe Reinhard & Paul, O'Connor Casting and 71 Degrees North Director, Martin Rodahl)

A video project with Merck (one of the FIRST stocks I ever owned! - Tisha Blood/Buffalo Casting and Broken Films Director, Mark Whittier)

A National Safety Council film about driving safety

A great little new media promo for Trinity College via Compass Casting with Kendal Miller directing from Cultivate Studios

A wonderful little Onion Focus clip about a Cop (that happens to be approaching 4 million views)

A booking with ABC Plumbing that had to be cancelled because of a shoot conflict!

A commercial for Instant Care with Scale Marketing

And a string of callbacks/right of first for places like the Big 10, Anthem BCBS, Cuna, Commed, Ohio Lottery and one of my favs: Will Dunne's scene shop readings at Chicago Dramatists.