Rich Vos in: I think I love my wife?

haider254

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I got an, as Ant likes to put it "advanced copy" of I think I love my wife (Louis C.Ks and Chris Rock's Film) and I'm fairly certain I spotted Vos chewing gum in the rear quadrant of an elevator in like a 10 second scene...

Did a quick search through wackbag and imdb and yielded nothing pertinent... Uhm, anyone confirm?

 

Redding

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I got an, as Ant likes to put it "advanced copy" of I think I love my wife (Louis C.Ks and Chris Rock's Film) and I'm fairly certain I spotted Vos chewing gum in the rear quadrant of an elevator in like a 10 second scene...

Did a quick search through wackbag and imdb and yielded nothing pertinent... Uhm, anyone confirm?

that has to be rich I cant take the world having two people that look like that midget fingered english ruining nothing.....



















jk love ya vos
 

TallBaby

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Thats almost as bad as his cameo as a Playa Hater on Chapelles show
 

MJMANDALAY

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Message him and ask he will respond, he is good like that.
 

vos

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Yes that is me, I worked on the film. So I asked Chris since it was the last day of shooting if I could be in the elevator. Without any lines I over acted. Vos
 

mikepop

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Ironically, Bonnie is a stand-in in "Ugh! I hate my husband".
 

haider254

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Yes that is me, I worked on the film. So I asked Chris since it was the last day of shooting if I could be in the elevator. Without any lines I over acted. Vos
I suppose... If staring at something, chewing gum, and not looking at what you were supposed to, is considered over acting... ::hammer: :D
 

Suicidebree

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Vos, not sure if you're still checking this thread or not. But when you said you worked on the film is that like as a creative consultant. I noticed alot comedians say they worked on films without credit. Is this type of thing common? Like between major jobs and standup do comedians often do this kind of work?
 

cozzie

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Must have been a huge pic of a cock on the elevator roof that he was staring at.
 

Little Chuckie

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Must have been a huge pic of a cock on the elevator roof that he was staring at.
No, he is trying to figure out how many cosulting jobs he has to do to pay for the baby bills. Notice the mouth, he is about to cry.