Jake Silbermann made his debut on a television commercial for Gillette in the 2006 "Gillette Fusion Power" commercial that was featured internationally. Silbermann is signed with Robyn Ziegler Management, DNA Model Management in New York City.
, the legacy of playing Luke Snyder, and dream roles. My mom’s name is Vanfossen, and her dad’s name was Marion, which wasn’t exactly a great name to grow up with a hundred years ago. I was named Evan so that I could be called Van, after him. I don’t mean to toot my own horn, but I think I’ve always tried to treat people well and with kindness. Even if I don’t like somebody, I’m not an ass about it. Having made that mistake really young, I realized I’d hurt other people and myself.
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The episode was the first College Humor long-form release to rely solely on its own crew for production.
The Backlot: First of all: I just want to thank you for going by the name “Van.” It’s one of my favorite old Hollywood names. I missed out on potentially good friendships because I called them a funny name, and that was their name to me. TB: There is nothing like the fandom of soap operas.
VH: My parents always used to say I was 10 going on 40. I didn’t always say the nicest things about people, and looking back on it, I really regret that. I lost out on people who could’ve been my friends and grew up to be really incredible people.
On November 18, 2014, He appeared on an episode of Person of Interest, "Point of Origin" under the role of Phil Cain, a young officer of the NYPD.
No matter how much he tries he can't forget that day and when he gets a second chance he takes it without a second thought.
But fate turns out to be a bitch, leaving him heartbroken, a little older, a little more cynical.
I asked to read the script and loved it, sent Kit an e-mail, had coffee with him, and it was pretty much a done deal. I thought it was unique and that the story was really fresh, and I love Kit’s writing. You’ll see characters on TV who are talking in this super-cool way, and people do not talk that way in real life. Kit’s writing is so natural, though people are really saying funny and sometimes awful things. TB: Watching , it’s both real-seeming and melodramatic, and therefore the show is both relatable and not relatable. VH: I related a lot to what was on the page, though not specifically to Thom. It was interesting, though, because I related to all the characters because of how they’re going about getting what they want and failing at it. There’s all these twists and turns, like in the third episode when Cal goes and sleeps with Jeremy.
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