I just found out that actor and screenwriter David Ledoux is set to read “Crashers” for the audio CD. I have, in fact, never head of David Ledoux. Which is cool, because he’s never heard of me.
Ledoux, I come to discover, is a New York-based actor, director, writer and teacher. He’s never been in anything anyone would recognize. Something called “Romeo and Juliet” at the Jean Cocteau Repertory Theater (I preferred “Romeo and Ethel, the Pirate’s Daughter”). Then he was Macduff in a little trifle called “Macbeth.”
OK, OK, the guy’s got serious chops. I get that. This is so cool.
What he doesn’t have is a Web site or a Facebook profile. (See that his name isn’t a different color up above? That’s because I can’t link to him!) I tried to contact him to say “welcome aboard” but no luck.
I will keep trying. He’s part of the Go-Team now. Trust me; that reference will make sense once the book’s out.