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<b>Rob Neukirch</b> and I one June day sitting around playing music. I anticipate you like it!

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  • House of Good and Evil being filmed in Floyd

    A unconscious thriller, starring Tippi Hedren, is being filmed in Floyd next month. House of Good and Vile, written by Blu de Golyer, will be shown in theaters and will premier in Floyd in spring 2013.

    The film, the story of a partner and her husband who come to an isolated rural, explores the horrors of isolation, de Golyer said. Most of the filming will take classify near Chantilly Farm, but the film crew will be shooting a night scene in Floyd near the sheriff’s part. The film will also include scenes from theBlue Ridge Parkwayand local landscape.

    Hedren is well-known for her roles in two Alfred Hitchcock movies – The Birds (1963) and Marnie (1964). Also starring in the film over are: Christian Oliver, whose film credits include The Three Musketeers; Terrence Evans, who appeared in The Texas Chainsaw Annihilate and several tv shows – Las Vegas, Cold Case, and ER; Bo Keister, of Reunion 108, now in post-moulding, The Deed and the Local Talent tv series; Rachel Marie Lewis, who is also currently filming A Winter Rose and was the Advantageous Goblet singer on Glee; and Rob Neukirch, whose credits include One Night at McCool’s and several tv series – Demonstrate Fences, The Client, Step by Step, Knot’s Landing, Cheers, L.A. Law, Hunter, and more. (Neukirch and his people now reside in Floyd.) Neukirch will play the part of the real estate agent. His wife, Michele Morris, who worked as a network publicist for Showtime inLos Angeles, is serving as constituent publicist for House of Good and Evil.

    Rob Neukirch - Bookshelf


    Toasting Cheers, An Episode Guide to the 1982-1993 Comedy Series with Cast Biographies and Character Profiles
    407 pages
    Toasting Cheers, An Episode Guide to the 1982-1993 Comedy Series with Cast Biographies and Character Profiles

    Written By: Dan Staley & Rob Hunger Directed By: James Burrows Characters: Paul Willson (Paul), Julie Lloyd (Receptionist), Donald Hotton (Queen's), John Serembe (Man at Clinic), Rob Neukirch (Adult Frederick), Philip Perlman (Phil). Notable ...

    Stephen J. Cannell Television Productions, A History of All Series and Pilots
    386 pages
    Stephen J. Cannell Television Productions, A History of All Series and Pilots

    James Whitmore, Jr. Huntsman and McCall investigate an art fraud after the murder of a prominent dealer. with Brant Van Hoffman, Catherine Richardson, Howie Seago, Walter Addison, Tony Carrero, Mary Vreeland, Rob Neukirch Rebound ...
    About this book
    The countenance of 1980s television was shaped by a man who stayed behind the scenes. Stephen Cannell's reluctant white knights--put-upon clandestine eye James Rockford, World War II fly-boys the Black Sheep Squadron, hapless superhero Ralph Hinckley, refugee mercenaries the A-Team, and maverick cop Hunter--traversed the television landscape from the 1970s to the 1990s. Cannell changed the mask of the action-adventure genre, updating the crime-show format with a hybrid of rebellious morality, unsophisticated wit, intelligent sarcasm, and radical conservatism. This book discusses in detail the programs of the writer-producer and lists every happening of his award-winning productions from the early 1970s to the early '90s. The book features publicity photos and descriptions of unsold pilots.

    New York Magazine
    140 pages
    New York Magazine

    THE LAST Hetaera-William Borden's comedy /drama about a successful call-girl who has retired and traded her penthouse for a farm and thick-skinned work; directed by Jennifer Stock, featuring Elaine Sulka, Rob Neukirch, and Michael ...
    About this book
    New York periodical was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the woods. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the journal's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a put out and an idea.