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I am the everyday guy who makes the most out of his everyday situations. My motto, "Live. Breathe. Create." I'm of Filipino / Irish / German descent... mixed child... mestizo... whose often mistaken to be Puerto Rican... latino... I am a writer / poet / artist / photographer / producer / actor... etc etcetera... aka one creative brotha... You can look me up by doing a google search for "Patrick Strange" or "patrickstrange".

Monday, March 26, 2007

Our grandfather, our Tuskegee... receive their due from Congress!

Tuskegee Airmen to receive Congressional Gold Medal

BY MARTIN C. EVANS, martin.evans@newsday.com

March 13, 2007, 9:20 PM EDT

Nearly 400 black World War II pilots, including several from the metropolitan area, will receive the nation's highest civilian honor March 29 when the Congressional Gold Medal will be bestowed upon them.

Last April, Congress passed legislation approving the citation honoring the Tuskegee Airmen, black aviators whose flying skills in the skies over Africa and Europe helped persuade President Harry S. Truman to end segregation in the U.S. military in 1948.

But design disputes stalled the release of the medal for almost a year, prompting some of the aviators -- many of them in their 80s -- to worry that the delay might allow death to cheat some of them of the recognition they deserved.

Those issues now resolved, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi sent out letters last week inviting surviving airmen to a ceremony in the U.S. Capitol Rotunda in Washington.

"I've been living for this day," said Spann Watson, 90, a Westbury resident and former P-51 Mustang pilot. Watson, who was in the first platoon of black pilots sent overseas, flew 30 missions over North Africa and Europe before returning to the United States to train other pilots.

"This is it, this is the big deal now," Watson said.

The Tuskegee Airmen were best known for flying fighter escorts for Allied bombers over Europe. The group is said never to have lost a bomber.

They received scant historical recognition until 1995, when "The Tuskegee Airmen," a film starring Laurence Fishburne, told of their accomplishments. In the 1950s, as white pilots took jobs in the booming commercial airline industry, black pilots were mostly turned away.

Lee Archer, 87, of New Rochelle, is America's first black flying ace.

"It shows the country is trying to right an old wrong," Archer said. "I never thought we would get it, but we would have done it without any recognition ... . My family is very excited. I am, too."

Of the 994 black aviators who got their training at the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama beginning in 1942, fewer than 385 are still alive. On March 4, Edgar L. Bolden, 85, who trained at Tuskegee and flew P-47s, died in Portland, Ore.

Bill Wheeler, 83, of Hempstead, flew six bomber escort missions from Ramitelli Field in southern Italy before a chronic sinus condition caused him to black out at 37,000 feet, ending his career as a pilot.

"I'm very excited about this because it shows we are finally being recognized to the maximum possible," Wheeler said. "Up until about ten years ago, before the movie, we were hardly recognized at all. The movie opened the door."

The medal, which has been cast by the U.S. Mint, will be housed in the Smithsonian Institution in Washington. Replicas will be made for the fliers.

"There were guys who were anxious that they would pass away before this day came," Wheeler said. "But I wasn't among them. I knew I would live to see this."

Saturday, March 10, 2007

Film Screening of Amends To My Life !!!

To all my VA/MD/DC actor friends:

The film, Amends To My Life, that I had a lil' cameo appearance in as "The Mexican" will be playing in Frederick, MD.

- Patrick Michael Strange

Check it out below:

Feature Film to Screen in Frederick, MD
- 3/16/07
Location - Cultural Arts Center of Frederick County, 15 W. Patrick Street in Frederick
Contact - 301-662-4190
7:00 p.m.

The Frederick Arts Council will be hosting a screening of a feature film entitled "Amends to My Life" at the Cultural Arts Center on Friday, March 16th. Show time is 7:00 p.m.

The film was directed by Ben Solenberger of Winchester, Virginia. The March 16th event will be the first screening of the newly edited version of the film. An optional focus group will be held after the film for those interested in providing their feedback for the production staff. The cost is $5 per person for the screening.

For more information, visit the Announcements Page or call 301-662-4190.

Go to this link for more details! http://www.frederickartscouncil.org/news_fr.htm

I hope to see you all there! Thanks so much!

Ben E. Solenberger

Friday, March 09, 2007

Rest in peace, Edgar L. Bolden, Sr.

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Ebony Strange & her grandpa, Edgar L. Bolden, Sr.

This past week, our family lost one of its greatest members, Edgar L. Bolden Sr. Rest in peace.

Edgar Louis Bolden, 85, an electrical engineer and former Tuskegee Airman who worked for the Federal Aviation Administration from 1969 to 1980, died March 4 at his home in Portland, Oregon. He had Alzheimer's disease and dementia.

Edgar Louis Bolden was an Arlington native. He was a 1939 graduate of Armstrong High School in Washington and a 1949 electrical engineering graduate of Howard University.

During World War II, he became an Army Air Forces pilot and served with the Tuskegee Airmen in the United States.

Before joining the FAA, he was an electrical engineer at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio, the Bureau of Standards in Washington and RCA in New Jersey, where he specialized in space and defense communications systems.

He moved to the Portland area from Arlington in 1994.

He was a member of Calloway United Methodist Church in Arlington and the East Coast chapter of Tuskegee Airmen Inc.

His marriage to Klara Guyton Bolden ended in divorce.

Survivors include his wife, Mae Porter Bolden of Portland, whom he married in 1977; 10 children from his first marriage, Edgar Bolden Jr. of Portland, Michael Bolden of the San Fernando Valley in California, Paul Bolden of Bowie, Peter Bolden of Baltimore, Christopher Bolden of Lexington Park; Francis Bolden of Dumfries, Bonita Bolden of Washington, Clara Bolden of Dale City and Maria Turner and Lucy Bolden, both of Alexandria; a sister, Mignon Johnson of Silver Spring; 15 grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.

Thursday, March 08, 2007

Pictures from the Pride - Film Premiere in Philly, PA !!!

Wow...  that's a lot of "P"'s for a subject... anyway, first things first, check out the pics (click the following to go to the kodak gallery for printable shots: Pride Premiere):

So, check it out - Ebony & I attended the blue carpet (That's right - blue carpet not red carpet!  The film is about swimmers!) film premiere screening for the movie, Pride up in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at the Prince Music Theater!  As the film is based on real life swimming coach & mentor, Jim Ellis, Ebony spearheaded efforts with her company, MENTOR - The National Mentoring Partnership, in supporting the film with Lionsgate Films.  Check it out:

Lionsgate Films and MENTOR Share the Pride of Mentoring

January 9, 2007: A new film will open in theaters this spring that captures the powerful connection between caring adults and young people who want and need their guidance. Based on true events, Lionsgate's Pride tells the inspiring story of Jim Ellis, a charismatic schoolteacher and swim coach who changed lives forever when he founded an African-American swim team in one of Philadelphia's roughest neighborhoods. Directed by Sunu Gonera, this life-affirming drama stars Academy Award ® nominee Terrence Howard, Bernie Mac and Kimberly Elise.

Pride will be released nationwide on March 23, but one special mentor and mentee pair won't have to wait that long to see the film. In honor of National Mentoring Month, Lionsgate and MENTOR are inviting young people aged 13 and older to share how a mentor or coach has influenced them and changed their life. Eligible submissions will be entered in the Pride Mentor Sweepstakes, and the winner will receive a trip for four (for the mentor, mentee and up to two guests) to attend the World Premiere of Pride, taking place in Philadelphia. Entries must be submitted by 11:59 p.m. EST on February 1, 2007. A short preview of the movie – can be found on the film's Web site www.pridefilm.com).

"Jim Ellis has played a powerful role in transforming the lives of young people for more than 30 years, and it all started when he took something he loved – competitive swimming – and shared it with youth in Philadelphia's inner city," notes MENTOR Executive Director Gail Manza. "Through mentoring and coaching, Ellis – as he so eloquently puts it – helps teens 'find the best parts of themselves.' We're delighted to join with Lionsgate to share this triumphant story of team spirit and courage, and to recognize other caring mentors who help young people reach for – and achieve – their dreams."

Doesn't my wife rock!  What a great partnership!  So, anyway, Ebony & I had a blast attending the invite-only premiere at the Prince Music Theater and after-party at Zanzibar Blue.  The majority of the stars were in the house and we had a chance to meet and mingle with everyone.  Among the stars in attendance, let's see... Philly Mayor John Street, Gamble & Huff aka Kenny Gamble & Leon Huff (legendary R&B men, creators of Philadelphia International Records), Terrence Howard (who was mobbed the whole time but real cool), Bernie Mac (busy eating with his wife the whole time at the after-party... when you gotta eat, you gotta eat), Jim Ellis (whom the film was based), Kevin Phillips (real cool cat, got to meet and take a pic), Tom Arnold (worked the room), Clifton Davis (star of Amen, who wasn't in the film... so, I was wondering why he was there...  I sat next to him at the premiere and watched him exchange info with Terrence at the after party), Sunu Gonera (director, cool dude), Gary Anthony Sturgis (I swear that brotha could play James Brown in a bio-pic on him, he was all over the place working the room), Regine Nehy (all dolled up), Evan Ross (Diana Ross' son... sporting a hoodie and not stuttering but talking it up with the ladies at the after-party), Alphonso McAuley (all smiles and talking it up with everyone)... who else...  a ton of swimmers that Jim Ellis coached (who were hooting and hollering)... some of the writers of the film were there along with members of the crew and people at Lionsgate... oh and I believe I passed Patti LaBelle too on the way out but I'm not sure... anyway, it was a real cool night and everyone was cool.  Oh, I remember chatting it up with the costume designer and came to find out he was from Charleston, SC and that possibly I might of worked with him when I was in Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls... what a small world!  As for our thoughts on the film... it ran a lil' long and there were some story things I would have done differently but overall it was entertaining and a good feeling film.  We did find out that the film may be edited again by its full theatrical release.

Here is the write-up on the event from the Philadelphia Inquirer:

Swimmers and stars: A splashy screening

By Michael Klein, Inquirer Staff Writer

Terrence Howard at the screening with the man he plays in "Pride": swimming coach Jim Ellis.

Michael Perez / Inquirer

Terrence Howard at the screening with the man he plays in "Pride": swimming coach Jim Ellis.

Philadelphia marked its first blue-carpet movie screening last night as a crush of stars visited for a high-spirited promotion of the film Pride.

Blue carpet? Blue, to match a swimming pool. Pride is loosely based on the inspirational story of swim coach Jim Ellis, who for many years has trained nationally ranked swimmers at Marcus Foster Recreation Center in Nicetown.

The stars, including Terrence Howard, Bernie Mac and Tom Arnold, clearly were in fine form, bounding from limousines outside the Prince Music Theater on Chestnut Street to sign autographs. Crowds began gathering more than two hours before the celebrity arrivals.

Howard missed the first 20 minutes of the screening, staying outside in his natty suit to sign and pose for cell-camera-toting fans.

Lionsgate, the studio, described last night's event as a screening, not a "premiere." (It's a Tinseltown thing; next month's "premiere" will draw even more paparazzi.)

Among the first on the carpet was Michael Gozzard, one of the screenwriters and a Temple University graduate. "This is amazing," he said beneath the twinkling lights, a searchlight probing the skyscrapers. "I left Philadelphia with two bags and a dream to be a screenwriter." His writing partner, Kevin Michael Smith, found Ellis' story in a magazine.

Mac - in a lime-green scarf and wool topcoat, a massive diamond earring in his left ear - greeted Mayor Street with a hug and a jovial "What's up, young man?"

Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff, creators of Philadelphia International Records, strolled through. The soundtrack of Pride, set in 1973, includes several of their hits, including "Back Stabbers" and "Love Train" by the O'Jays.

Also on the carpet were some of the young actors who play members of Ellis' team: Regine Nehy grew up in Overbrook and left Archbishop Carroll High as a sophomore. Alphonso McAuley spent his blue-carpet time cutting up and hollering across the street. Eighteen-year-old Evan Ross said he asked his mother, singer Diana Ross, for examples of slang used in the early 1970s. "She kind of didn't remember that," Ross said.

Asked why he played a bad guy - as he did in the soap Port Charles and in many other roles - Gary Anthony Sturgis grinned and replied: "I do what they pay me to do." His performance as a thug notwithstanding, he called Pride "a feel-good joint."

The low-key Ellis, meanwhile, drew his own crowd. Clearly more comfortable in a sweater and khakis beside a pool, he yanked on the lapels of his suit jacket, grinned, and said, "Hugo Boss."

"I can't say this is a dream come true," Ellis said. "I never dreamt it."

The stars were expected at a party after the movie at the nightspot Zanzibar Blue.

Pride, opening March 23, is the Hollywoodized story of Ellis, the Bodine High math teacher and part-time Recreation Department worker who since 1971 has trained mainly African American youths to be swimming champions competing under the team name "PDR" - as in Philadelphia Department of Recreation. Since 1980, he has worked out of the Marcus Foster pool on Germantown Avenue, leading practice before and after school and on Saturdays.

In the movie, shot mostly in Louisiana by first-time director Sunu Gonera, it's 1973 and college grad Ellis (played by Howard) is hired to prepare a run-down Foster for closing. Driven by his love of swimming and his desire to help the neighborhood kids, he instead refurbishes the pool with crusty custodian Elston (Mac). Ellis whips the youngsters into a swim team. They encounter racism (Arnold plays an elitist coach at the fictional Main Line Academy), as well as bullying from local hoodlums (including Sturgis) and the scorn of a councilwoman (played by Kimberly Elise of the CBS series Close to Home), before they get to the big meet.

It's a sports movie, right?

In real life, Ellis was a water safety instructor from Pittsburgh who started a swim team at Sayre Rec in West Philly. He moved the team to Marcus Foster when it opened in 1980, and has mentored hundreds of kids, many of whom have gone to college on swimming scholarships.

Asked why he's kept it up, Ellis said: "I like kids."

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Tuesday, March 06, 2007

Check out my TV commercial!

Hello everyone, I recently shot a TV commercial for Cashpoint that will be airing in the VA, MD, DC area… check it out! Also, go to Aloma Films – www.alomafilms.com to see me in the short film, "The Stream, The Cave, Jim & Dave" and go to TheLot.com to see me in the short film, "Sons of the Righteous" – http://films.thelot.com/films/18370/.

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Friday, February 23, 2007

The hustle continues!

Its going to be a busy weekend!  I'm shooting a commercial for Cashpoint as the lead customer, I'm working crew for a fan film, Star Wars: Clone Wars Saga with Howard Films - www.howardfilms.net, I'll be an extra on Signals - www.signalstv.com, I return as Manuel Lyon on the film - Full Circle - www.myspace.com/mjktproduction and I'll play Mr. Chang on the short film, The Department - www.19w.com.  The hustle continues!


Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Check out Sons of the Righteous on TheLot.com !!!

Hello everyone,

I want to tell you about a recent short film project I recently filmed called "Sons of the Righteous" with director, John P. Scott of DoRight Productions.

Synopsis:  The story of two vigilantes, Nelson (Patrick Michael Strange) and Styles (Dave Ehrman), who prey upon people who get away with committing crimes without being punished. Their victim Billy Walker (Victor Maurice), believes he is going on a resort with them but things go for a wicked twist as their road trip continues!

The short film was made for and submitted for the "On The Lot" film competition being run by Mark Burnett and Steven Spielberg.  Check out the film on the onthelot.com website and vote now to help my buddy, John, progress further and hopefully bring more tales of the Sons of the Righteous!  Oh and please tell me what you all think!

Click here to watch "Sons of the Righteous": http://films.thelot.com/films/18370/

- Patrick Michael Strange

Thursday, February 08, 2007

On "TheLot.com"... I'm appearing in three short films...

Hello all,

Quick update... I recently worked on "Getting Up" with John Gorelski for the www.thelot.com aka "The Lot" upcoming TV series with Steven Spielberg and Mark Burnett. I appeared as a police lieutenant. This weekend I am working on two more short films for this project in where I will be playing a Yakuza boss in one and a vigilante in the other... talk about action packed casting, huh?! Later people!


Monday, January 29, 2007

Saturday, January 27, 2007

Production stills from - The Stream, The Cave, Jim & Dave

Hello all,

My latest film project is complete... I worked on a short film up in Frederick, Maryland this past saturday, January 27th 2007.  I had a great time with the whole crew and I look forward to working with them all again... here's a sneak preview of the film via production stills for your viewing pleasure!

Aloma Films presents:

"The Stream, The Cave, Jim & Dave"

Starring: Bryant Sullivan as Jim and Patrick Michael Strange as Dave

Director: Greg Gutierrez / Producer: Amy Brown / Writer: Nicklaus Louis

Saturday, January 20, 2007

Breaking news - I landed another film role!

January 20, 2007

Hello all,
I am happy to announce today another pending film role - Dave in the short film drama, "The Stream, The Cave, Jim and Dave"! I will be playing the lead part of Dave in this dramatic award winning screenplay. "The Stream, The Cave, Jim and Dave" is coming out from Aloma Films and is written by Nicklaus Louis. Producer is Amy Brown and the director is Greg Gutierrez.

Company Website: Aloma Films Website - http://www.alomafilms.com

Monday, January 15, 2007

Martin Luther King Day

On this Martin Luther King Day... remember.

Friday, January 12, 2007

MUSIC VIDEO - Something's Gotta Happen by Josh Presley

Alright, here is a music video that I participated in... check it out! By the way, I got this off of google video and I don't think the audio is working right!

Thursday, January 11, 2007

My latest film role, Sean in Dysfunktional!

Hello all,

I am happy to announce my latest film role - Lil' Sean Lee in the indy feature film family comedy, Dysfunktional!  I play a young asian teenager who dates/meets the lead character's sister online and is then invited to meet the family at the family's annual holiday get-together.  Dysfunktional is coming out from 24K Black Films and is written by Jimme Lee Ward.

Company Website:  24K Black Films Website

Film Synopsis:

Dysfunktional - (Pre-Production) -A coming of age comedy about a young lost soul searching for answers on how to cope with the serious everyday issues that trouble him…. His family. The story takes place during the preparation for the family gathering during the holiday season. Keith is simply trying to find a way to accept his family and their quarky ways, not realizing he has to accept himself first. With the help of Lizzie, Keith grows in a matter of minutes from being a boy to a man and understanding the value of family, even though they are 'dysfunctional'.

Saturday, January 06, 2007

Read all about it! The story of "The Golden Child"

Okay... I've been sick this past week but today, I'm feeling good... well, a lot better anyway... okay, so last month I was in the Potomac News again... writer, Josh Eiserike came out to my studio to do an article on me and my life... here is the article for all of you that do not live in the Metro Washington DC area... my story...

(or here's the link to the story on the Potomac News Website: http://www.potomacnews.com/servlet/Satellite?pagename=WPN/MGArticle/WPN_BasicArticle&c=MGArticle&cid=1149192298264)

Strange days - Local artist/actor overcomes personal demons to find success

By Josh Eiserike - jeiserike@potomacnews.com - Thursday, December 21, 2006

Patrick Strange wanted to kill himself.

He turned down art scholarships to follow his father's footsteps in the Navy. An artist, writer and actor, Strange was without a creative outlet for the first time in his life in the late 1990s.

"When you're an artist, you're challenging society," said Strange.

Challenging society isn't the way of the Navy - he'd see discrepancies between what happened on the ship and what was reported to the media. He was also disturbed by the occasional body floating in the water and didn't like the toll military life had on his personal relationships.

"I almost slit myself while on guard duty in the [Persian] Gulf," said Strange. "Luckily God was there for me and I threw the knife in the water."

Strange said that he decided to tough it out for the remaining couple of years he had left. He hooked up with some of the "creative folks" on board - the guys who were into hip-hop and slam poetry. He started going to open mics, and got back into the groove.

Strange, now 29, is a self-employed writer, graphic designer and actor, living in Woodbridge with his wife, Ebony.

"Patrick is a very passionate person who rarely lets a 'no or negative response' stand in his way," said Ebony Strange, 29. "He's very driven and committed to whatever he sets out to achieve."

Strange recently quit his job with the State Department to pursue the arts full time. He said he's tripled his income, running Temple Far East Entertainment, which includes his studio, Temple Studios, and production company, Far East Production.

The name Temple Studios dates back to high school, in Charleston, S.C., inspired by the Wu-Tang Clan.


Strange has been acting for a while, getting his start with featured extra work in movies like "Ace Ventura 2" and "Die Hard with a Vengeance." (He's also got an extra role in the upcoming sequel "Live Free or Die Hard.") He's also working on a slew of independent films, including acting in Blind Alley Productions' "Way of the Wicked" ("Saw" meets "Lord of the Rings").

"Patrick has a true passion for whatever he involves himself in," said "Way of the Wicked" director Mark Wagner. "Once he's locked onto the scent and essence of a project, the possibilities of his involvement and imaginative contributions are limitless."

Tomiko Anders is directing a documentary called "Mergence," about multiracial people in America. Strange, whose father is white and mother is Filipino, was one of the subjects.

"Patrick is rare in that, although he is a professional actor/performer and has spent a great deal of time expressing himself publicly through his books, he was able to be open and honest about the questions posed to him during the interview," said Anders, 32, of Silver Spring, Md.

Those films are just the tip of the iceberg. Strange has seemingly countless other film projects in different states of development.

"There's so much I can't even list them all," said Strange.

He also hopes to start filming his own films next year, including a short, adapted from the first five pages of one of his comics, and a feature film, "Dorks of the Dead."

"It's my ode to the Romero zombie films," said Strange. "It's a dark comedy horror movie."


Born in San Diego to a military family, Strange's childhood was scattered all over the globe.

"As a military brat, moving around place to place, I had no constant friends," said Strange.

He said his mother would buy him comic books from the military exchange. The monthly adventures of characters like Spider-Man and the X-Men provided Strange with a sense of consistency.

"Comics were my friends," said Strange.

Soon he began drawing his own. His grandmother was a painter and sent him art supplies. He studied "How to Draw Comics the Marvel Way" and the "Wizard Magazine" art column "Brutes and Babes" by artist Bart Sears.

After leaving the Navy in 2000, Strange returned to comics, but as a writer, not an artist. He hit the conventions (some pros remembered him from his pre-Navy days) and hustled his science fiction book "Blood of Onyx" at local stores and on the Internet.

He's since done comic work for non-profit organizations including the Time Dollar Institute in Washington D.C. and the Hero Initiative in Los Angeles and Colorado.

"I particularly enjoy his 'Mr. Washington' creation as it lends itself to promoting positive changes necessary in today's society," said Ebony Strange, of the title character of "Time Dollars," a teacher who inspires students.

The Stranges also collaborated on a story called "The Who-Whats?" for their eventual children, which appeared in an anthology to benefit the Hero Initiative (formerly called ACTOR).

One of his older books, "Romeo Jones: The Adventures of Thong Raider" was based on Strange's misadventures before he met his wife.

"I was a bit of a player," said Strange, adding that he used his many talents to woo the women.

On New Year's Eve 1999, he went to the now-defunct Blackie's in Springfield and saw a girl dressed "head to toe in black."

"You knew she wasn't a club-goer because most women are skinned out in clubs," said Strange. "It intrigued me."

Patrick and Ebony were married in secret seven months later by a Justice of the Peace, a week before he was to be deployed for a final six months in the Gulf. When he returned, they had an actual ceremony with their families.

Strange said they rushed the ceremony because married men make more money in the military.


It might take people a few moments to descent the stairs to Strange's basement studio. He's got original comic art all over the walls - including a page from the Marvel Comic "Runaways," where the inker, Strange's friend David Newbold, snuck in the words "Temple Studios."

The prize of his collection? A page from "The Adventures of Superman #538" by artist Mike Miller. The page features both Superman and Batman, working together and is dedicated to Patrick and Ebony. Sure, it has the two icons of the DC Comics universe, but to Patrick, there's also a deeper meaning about his relationship with his wife.

"Together me and my wife can accomplish anything," said Strange.

Staff writer Josh Eiserike can be reached at (703) 878-8072.


  •  "Blood of Onyx," Temple Studios, 2001

  • "Romeo Jones: The Adventures of Thong Raider," Temple Studios, 2001

  • "Time Dollars," Temple Studios, 2003

  • "More Fun Comics Anthology," featuring "The Who-Whats?," Skydog Press, 2003

  • "Gloom #0," letterer, 2004, Newbold Entertainment

  • "Jack Steel," letterer, editor 2004 David Dandorf Productions
    To purchase any comics, contact Patrick through myspace.com/ patrickstrange or his Web site, patrickstrange.com

Okay... while I was scanning this, I came across an old article from when I was in the Navy...  check this out...

Thursday, January 04, 2007

My appearance on Buddy Jackson webisode this week!

Hello all,

One of my appearances on Buddy Jackson is online this week!  Go to www.buddyjackson.com  and click on episode 6 - Lost In Translation!  I play Dan's friend!


Wednesday, January 03, 2007

American Dad VS. Family Guy

I just found this on the web today... hilarious... in Street Fighter fashion... American Dad VS. Family Guy!