JOHN LAMBERT-Actor

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John Lambert was the first healthy baby born on Mothers Day, Provo Utah, 1974.  It was the first time a newspaper printed a photo of him in mass circulation.  He's been trying to live up to the hype ever since.   Photobucket John Lambert is an actor experienced in film, theater, television and live improvisation shows. Performing has come second nature to him since birth.  As a kid he set set attendance records in detention hall for classroom disruption.  As a man, he realized that all the world is a grand detention hall begging for disruption.  Between 200-2005 he ran for Honorary Mayor in Los Angeles as the fictional devious character named Lamb-Phisto.  After training with Carolyne Barry, he rejoined his family in San Antonio.  He got his start in San Antonio winning the Improv Acting competition "So You Think You Can Act" (which in retrospect he considers a mixed blessing).  Here he has regularly performed weekend shows with two improv groups:  "The Denials" at the Overtime Theater and "Comedy Sports".  He has acted in film, commercials and live theater shows.  His one goal has always been communion. The most recent of his disruptions comes in the form of Short Shorts Film Fest (2o10), which screens San Antonio filmmakers every six months.  Slowly but surely this fest garners increased local recognition. He does this as his wife fights a third bout with cancer and the family is forced to look at life from a deeper point of view. His motivation?  To send smoke signals to the world from San Antonio's creative epicenter that there is indeed a fire... a determined fire.... that will not be put out."

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