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Selling Everything & Moving to Hollywood with Kevin Caliber

Hollywood Actor Kevin Caliber interview on Hustle & Motivate, a podcast presented by, the home of the underdog
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Kevin Caliber is a Hollywood actor, filmmaker, and fitness model. A Marine veteran, Kevin is known for his work on the Hulu series Future Man as well as Supergirl and The Haves and the Have Nots.

Since taking the leap of faith and moving to Hollywood at 30-years-old, he’s accumulated over 75 acting credits, 15 as a producer, and has worked with the likes of Seth Rogen and Tyler Perry.

Listen to Kevin’s story by tapping the play button below. Or tap the icon of your favorite podcast platform to listen on the go!

Show Notes

[5:27] Kevin’s current project about a video game character come to life

[9:00] How he turned his “pie in the sky” dream into a reality

[18:45] Moving from a 5-bedroom house to a 1-bedroom LA apartment and diving into a new, risky career

[28:14] The average amount of auditions an actor needs to go on to book ONE role

[30:27] The funny story of how he landed his biggest role

[37:10] How he built his physique

After Listening…

You can keep up with Kevin Caliber on Instagram @KevinCaliber. Also, be sure to check out his latest project, 16 Bits, on Indiegogo!

Thanks for tuning in!

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