SEC Shorts-CFB Miracles Dept

Perrett4Bama

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There's a great video on YouTube of an interview from one of Georgia Fan sites with the two creators of SEC shorts. Interesting to hear these guys backgrounds and how they got started doing this. They literally wait until Saturday night to see what the topic is going to be and from start to finish plan write shoot the entire thing on Sunday. By late Sunday night they have it edited for release on Monday morning. Incredible. The taller fella, who played the head of the miracle Department in this video, does all of the script writing, directing and editing, and the shorter fella, who played georgia, Ole Miss and LSU in this video, goes out and finds the location and puts all the props together. Again, just incredible how they do it in such a short time frame.
 

BamaMoon

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There's a great video on YouTube of an interview from one of Georgia Fan sites with the two creators of SEC shorts. Interesting to hear these guys backgrounds and how they got started doing this. They literally wait until Saturday night to see what the topic is going to be and from start to finish plan write shoot the entire thing on Sunday. By late Sunday night they have it edited for release on Monday morning. Incredible. The taller fella, who played the head of the miracle Department in this video, does all of the script writing, directing and editing, and the shorter fella, who played georgia, Ole Miss and LSU in this video, goes out and finds the location and puts all the props together. Again, just incredible how they do it in such a short time frame.
I don't know why, but I was thinking they all live in Alabama around the B'ham area. Is that true?
 

BamaHoHo

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SEC Shorts MEET THE CAST

ROBERT CLAY
Robert Clay is the co-creator of SEC Shorts. When he’s not taking the Avondale Co-Ed Softball league way too seriously, he’s staying up until 3 a.m. every Monday during football season to find just the perfect take of everyone not flubbing their lines. As his Star Wars stop motion childhood films show, he had a passion for video at an early age. He went to Auburn but won an Emmy for producing a documentary on Bear Bryant so he’s all over the place. If you ask him nicely, he might show you some pictures from his time playing trumpet in the Auburn University Marching Band.

JOSH SNEAD
Josh Snead is the co-creator of SEC Shorts. Like many Alabama fans, Josh did not attend the University of Alabama. Instead, he attended a fine arts school without a football team, known more for their musicals and love of ultimate frisbee. It’s there where he learned the powerful acting tools that have landed him not one, but three local car commercials. When he’s not acting, Josh is googling himself or wandering through Costco hoping to be recognized.

HANNAH KUYKENDALL
Hannah Kuykendall is entering her third year with the SEC Shorts team. She got her start as a ride operator at Disney’s Animal Kingdom where she ran a tight ship at the Primeval Whirl. After discovering her feet couldn’t stop tapping during those old River Dance commercials, she realized she was destined for the stage. She attended UCF and Auburn where she honed her stage presence that would eventually lead her to portray such SEC Shorts characters as Hope, Regina, and the voice of the Dan Mullen hot seat.

ERIC HALL
Eric Hall was born in Boston but moved to Birmingham, Alabama at an early age, officially making him a damn Yankee. He earned his southern card by loving grits and only drinking water from a garden hose. When not acting in viral videos, Eric is a certified I.T. Project Manager, specializing in software development and mobile app projects. Seriously, check his LinkedIn for proof. He also performs stand-up comedy, once opening up for Mr. Family Feud himself……Steve Harvey.
 

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