Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Hey, Cowboy!

On our final day at Walt Disney World, we were lucky enough to get to meet some "famous" people at Disney's Hollywood Studios.

Known as the Citizens of Hollywood, or Streetmosphere, these characters take the streets as characters, actors, directors, and the people making it in Hollywood, or those taking care of the streets!

Dorma Nesmond and ??

We had missed the opening show that morning, coming from breakfast at the Hollywood and Vine (Play and Dine!) - we could hear some of it, but were on a different street waiting for the official opening.  Luckily, that didn't stop us from nearly being run over by an actress - student driver, and her producer/driving instructor.  

After leaving Dorma and her instructor, we walked towards the exit and caught a glimpse of Hollywood's newest cowboy, Beau Rangler!

Beau was incredibly friendly and told us all about his newest film project (which, I of course forgot the name of), but that he'd been out in Hollywood for only about a year, here to make it as a Cowboy Movie star!  Incredibly friendly, he even pointed out his agent, Jack Diamond (which is funny, because a local DC radio personality calls himself Jack Diamond!).

Though I'd never really been a big fan of DHS, really taking in the atmosphere and joining in on the fun definitely stepped up the appeal of DHS.  I'm excited to go back and meet more aspiring actors and actresses!

I'd love to know which citizens you've met!  For more pictures of Norma and Beau, make sure to check us out on facebook and you can always find me on twitter!


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  2. Fun! We've watched them a few times, but never had the opportunity to meet them. Maybe we will next trip!

  3. I love the streetmosphere!! Our favorite is Alberto Dante with Faux Pas Productions. I have never seen Beau - gonna have to keep an eye out.

  4. Really great pictures, I don't think I have seen any of them at the Studios..

  5. We've seen several of them, but haven't really talked to many. Oh, wait, we did talk to the "police officers" quite a bit waiting for the parade to start. What are their names?