In the harsh lights of the line up one young man steps forward.
He’s not the guilty one, but his voice means he ain’t innocent either.
Too many times George Pullar has been seen as the nice guy, but in reality the dirty shirt edges of his voice fit perfectly over any category when you want a young man to carry the woes of the world or maybe sound like he’s creating them.
That’s where George’s skill lies. He is the angel face with a vocal wardrobe of leather jacket thuggery or if the project requires it, the devil who wears a halo hat .
His tv work to date is proof of this un easy balancing act. A young man wrestling with a modern world and what a modern man should be, but occasionally giving in to it’s negativity.
So? How can you apply what George has.
Let him describe a third world trouble spot and then enlist his voice to support your chosen charity. Get him behind the deal of a lifetime proving everyone else wrong.
Let him be the voice of adventure when your bank balance is telling you, you shouldn’t. And for every servo bunch of flowers – he’s the guy telling every son on Mother’s Day to try a little harder.
You can currently see George Pullar in the TV series “Playing for Keeps” on Channel 9.