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AS I was going through my old emails for some auditions I’ve had it was fun to walk down memory lane. Here are some of the emails I got and parts I’ve done.

From: “Fast & Furious Five Extras”
Date: Thu, 21 Oct 2010 17:15:51 -0400
To: Philip Webb
Subject: Vin Diesel Photo Double tomorrow

Hey Phil,

YOU ARE SECOND UNIT. and you are going to be one of the DOM PHOTO DOUBLE OPTIONS:
you’ll be wearing Vin Diesel’s clothes
@ 7:00 AM for Friday October 22, Location is in the warehouse behind the production office,
1*** HWY 138 NE CONYERS, GA 30013

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SSM & Talent agency
3*** Buckeye rd Suite # 527
Atlanta, GA 30341

October 16, 2010

Levi Jean Ad

Dear Philip Webb,

Thank You for your interest in Auditioning with SSM & Talent. We are a premier resource for aspiring Models, Actors/Actress and Talent. We are dedicated on helping promising models and talent to audition in front of the most prestigious agencies. You are cordially invited to an open audition. Please make sure you arrive on time and prepared.

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From: “Emily Bates”
Date: Fri, 27 Aug 2010 17:09:59 -0400
To: ‘Philip Webb’
Subject: 30 Rock, Eps 501

Thanks! They are asking for a full body shot as well to see if you might match up with the others. Do you have a full body shot?

From: Philip Webb [mailto:webbinsc@att.net]
Sent: Friday, August 27, 2010 5:09 PM
To: emily@barbmcasting.com
Subject: 30 Rock

Hello Emily,

Thanks for the call. See you in NY at 30 Rockefeller square.

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From: Alexis Scheu
To: webbinsc@***.net
Sent: Mon, August 9, 2010 11:30:11 PM
Subject: Re: Jack & Jill Audition – Adam Sandler Double

59** W. Slauson Ave
2nd Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90230

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David Manigault
To Me
Subject: Audition

Oct 14, 2010

Official Casting Date

You recently submitted for a role in the movie “Who Can You Trust”, You have been selected to read for the part for which you applied. Please arrive at least 15 minutes prior to reading time so that you will have time to read over the portion of lines selected for your character.
Date: October 23, 2010
Time: 12pm to 5pm
Address: 3500 Boston Street

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Hope you enjoy!

Miami Dolphins Reportedly Exclude CF From Health Plan, Fire Scout For Working At Home To Care For Wife With Disease

Posted by: Michael Nace in News 1 day ago 0 189 Views

According to an exclusive report from Fox Sports 1, a scout for the Miami Dolphins is considering a lawsuit for allegedly being fired as a result of telecommuting to work in order to care for his wife who has Cystic Fibrosis, after recently losing healthcare coverage for her expensive CF treatment. According to Alex Marvez at Fox Sports, who broke the story, Nate Sullivan, a scout for the team for 17 years, was let go by new General Manager Dennis Hickey, who was purportedly dissatisfied with Sullivan’s working arrangement with the team — one that the organization agreed to previously in order to allow the scout to care for his ailing wife.

Marvez reports that Sullivan’s previous working arrangement, which began in 2004 when he and his wife moved to Central Florida to be closer to immediate family, has been agreed to and upheld by three previous General Managers for the team, including Rick Spielman, Randy Mueller, and Jeff Ireland. Sullivan reports that when he was fired by incoming GM Hickey, he was told that Sullivan’s arrangement to work at home in order to care for his wife ”just did not work for him.”

According to an intent-to-initiate-litigation document sent to both the Dolphins and the NFL that Marvez and FoxSports exclusively obtained for their report, Sullivan and his attorney claim that his firing was not the first alleged action that discriminated against treating and supporting those with Cystic Fibrosis. The letter states that the team’s healthcare plan was revamped in April and specifically excluded coverage of Cystic Fibrosis therapies in the new policy. As a result, Sullivan’s out-of-pocket cost for his wife’s CF medication has gone from $10 a pill to $3,000.

The report on FoxSports adds that, while Nate Sullivan would ultimately like job and healthcare coverage restored, that he is prepared to seek damages from the team and NFL if the situation is not rectified, citing that the Dolphins may have violated the Americans with Disabilities Act. Jason L. Harr, Sullivan’s attorney, notes that Title 29 of the Act specifically states “it is unlawful for a covered entity to exclude or deny equal jobs or benefits to, or otherwise discriminate against, a qualified individual because of the known disability of an individual with whom the qualified individual is known to have a family, business, social or other relationship or association.”

Miami Dolphins Reportedly Exclude CF From Health Plan, Fire Scout For Working At Home To Care For Wife With Disease

Posted by: Michael Nace in News 1 day ago 0 189 Views

According to an exclusive report from Fox Sports 1, a scout for the Miami Dolphins is considering a lawsuit for allegedly being fired as a result of telecommuting to work in order to care for his wife who has Cystic Fibrosis, after recently losing healthcare coverage for her expensive CF treatment. According to Alex Marvez at Fox Sports, who broke the story, Nate Sullivan, a scout for the team for 17 years, was let go by new General Manager Dennis Hickey, who was purportedly dissatisfied with Sullivan’s working arrangement with the team — one that the organization agreed to previously in order to allow the scout to care for his ailing wife.

Marvez reports that Sullivan’s previous working arrangement, which began in 2004 when he and his wife moved to Central Florida to be closer to immediate family, has been agreed to and upheld by three previous General Managers for the team, including Rick Spielman, Randy Mueller, and Jeff Ireland. Sullivan reports that when he was fired by incoming GM Hickey, he was told that Sullivan’s arrangement to work at home in order to care for his wife ”just did not work for him.”

According to an intent-to-initiate-litigation document sent to both the Dolphins and the NFL that Marvez and FoxSports exclusively obtained for their report, Sullivan and his attorney claim that his firing was not the first alleged action that discriminated against treating and supporting those with Cystic Fibrosis. The letter states that the team’s healthcare plan was revamped in April and specifically excluded coverage of Cystic Fibrosis therapies in the new policy. As a result, Sullivan’s out-of-pocket cost for his wife’s CF medication has gone from $10 a pill to $3,000.

The report on FoxSports adds that, while Nate Sullivan would ultimately like job and healthcare coverage restored, that he is prepared to seek damages from the team and NFL if the situation is not rectified, citing that the Dolphins may have violated the Americans with Disabilities Act. Jason L. Harr, Sullivan’s attorney, notes that Title 29 of the Act specifically states “it is unlawful for a covered entity to exclude or deny equal jobs or benefits to, or otherwise discriminate against, a qualified individual because of the known disability of an individual with whom the qualified individual is known to have a family, business, social or other relationship or association.”

At present, neither the Miami Dolphins nor the NFL have gone on record to the media about the issue, and it remains to be seen how both entities will characterize Sullivan’s termination and justify the revamping of healthcare coverage to exclude onto Cystic Fibrosis drugs from their policies.

The cost of CF therapies has been an ongoing story in the news as of late, as drug developers continue to make promising inroads into treating disease, but at a cost that patients, public health organizations, and the healthcare industry are currently wrestling with. In addition, while CF is a high-profile disease philanthropically supported by many world class athletes and celebrities, including veteran NFL quarterback Boomer Esiason, whose son has the disease, advocates are likely point to this new, unfolding scandal as ongoing evidence that more work needs to be done to raise awareness of the disease

Horses

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This cool horse has a mustache. 
During our visit to the L.A. equestrian center,  we came across this awesome guy.
Burbank is known for its studios,  but there are also tons of horses for riding and shows. It’s so cool!

Get your horse on!

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Hello Again! We wanted give you all an update on the last four months of medical and physical, not the turn your head and cough type of physical, but our physical location.

 In February we started a fund raising site called, www.gofundme.com/philipwebb  to also raise funds from friends and beyond, help pay for medical bill before and after transplant, plus to help us move out of our apartment in downtown L.A. With lots of great help from the family and friends we had a great start to the fund raising.

In mid-March I was hospitalized for a spot of pneumonia and spent two weeks on IV meds. Then in April I had a ton of tests done for the Transplant to update me status. My national transplant number went up slightly, which is good and bad. I don’t know for sure how much longer I have to wait or how many people are in front of me. So the wait continues!

Unfortunately, a few days ago I had an episode of coughing up a lot of blood and that automatically gets me a vacation in the hospital! I still feel good, but they need to monitor me and make sure it’s not going to turn into something worse. We’re hoping it’s not a full two weeks in here, oh yeah I’m writing this from the hospital, and hope I can be out very soon.

 

Thank You and God Bless

 

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This is a hilarious feature length screenplay that is sure to become a classic.

 

TITLE: Early Retirement

Genre: Comedy

Written By: Philip Webb, Tinamarie Forbes and Cathi Iafrate

Log line: Plagued by medical issues, a young couple revitalizes a ritzy retirement home after conning their way past the suspicious and vindictive manager.

 

Some Analysis Feedback from BlueCat Contest:

Reader #8099 says; The characters and plot of this slapstick comedy are reminiscent of the characters and unlikely scenarios in the television series “I Love Lucy”!

Reader #8094 says; The screenplay is very fun, whimsical, and full of lighthearted humor which is very entertaining to read.

  

Synopsis: Based on some true events. Tinamarie and Phoenix Wives, are in their mid 30’s and have been living in cramped apartments in the surrounding towns of historical Charleston, South Carolina.

Phoenix a somewhat nervous, stay at home husband that was born with a lung disease and on disability, which doesn’t pay much.

Tinamarie is quick witted, blunt, former model that smokes and works at her best friend’s boutique store downtown Charleston.

The Wives dream about living downtown in the fashion and art district, however it is just too expensive. That’s where they get the idea to try and move into the luxury Washington Retirement Center right smack in the middle of downtown.

Antony is sneaky, whiny, by the book and is the latest family member to manager the retirement center. He’s loathed by the residents and will soon go through physical and mental abuse to prove the Wives are lying about their age and send them to jail.

After months of investigating the Wives, Ant has all the evidence he needs. However, at his climax of busting the Wives, he blurts out about breaking the Law. He suddenly finds himself scooping poop as the Wives take over as the newest managers. 

Kitty Hugs

This is me with my kitty named Kiki, as in kitty kitty. She likes to cuddle up next to me and hug my arm.

This is good medicine!

We’re still in need of donations to help for transplant.  Will you help, go to http://www.gofundme.com/philipwebb

Thank you and enjoy life!

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Hello again.

This is just a quick post to try and get the word out about the online fund raising site.
http://www.gofundme.com/Philipwebb

We’re still a long way to go to help us with medical costs and living expenses.
Right now we are in need of moving out of our current apartment because it is not suitable or practical for me to be able to recover. Also it’s hard for me to go up and down all the stairs now and the air quality isn’t the best, being on a major road and near a highway.

Won’t you help and pass this along.  It will truly be a blessing!

Sincerely and God Bless,
Philip & Tinamarie

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