Thursday, 18 May 2017

Determined Actor Steve Comisar Attempts Comeback After Prison

HOLLYWOOD, Calif., May 15, 2017 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Steve Comisar is best known for being the only Hollywood actor who is also a famous fraudster. While in prison Comisar skyrocketed to social media fame by acquiring close to one million Twitter followers and over one million YouTube views.
Steve Comisar
Comisar will be released from federal prison on July 21 after serving a 15 year sentence for fraud. He will be placed on home confinement in Beverly Hills until his sentence officially ends on April 16, 2018.
Comisar has personally contacted some of Hollywood’s most powerful actors, directors, producers, and agents, and asked them to help jump start his acting career upon release.. Some of these industry heavyweights include, Sean Penn, Mark Wahlberg, Ben Stiller, Adam Sandler, Ethan Coen, Steven Spielberg, Brian Grazer, Ari Emanuel, Seth Rogan, Jim Toth, Graham King, Bryan Lourd, J.J. Abrams, Judd Apatow, Oprah, and Jack Dorsey.
“Hollywood A-Listers are known for their kindness and generosity when it comes to helping the underdog,” says Comisar’s publicist, Laura Levine. She adds, “Steven’s brute determination is exactly what it takes to make it in this business. I really think he’s going to get the help he needs.”
Jennifer Gray, CEO of Gray Entertainment, says, “Here’s a white, Jewish actor from Beverly Hills who just survived 15 years in prison. Everyone in the industry should want to help him.”
Comisar hopes to join the exclusive list of other celebrity felons who have served prison time and came back to become very successful. Some of them are Tim Allen, Wesley Snipes, Robert Downey Jr., Mark Wahlberg, Danny Trejo, Martha Stewart, and Christian Slater.
Comisar began acting at a young age and has appeared in numerous movies, television shows, and commercials. He has written a book on fraud prevention and appeared regularly on The View and Dateline NBC as an expert on fraud and scams.
MEDIA CONTACT:
Laura Levine, Publicist
Celebrity News LLC
CelebrityNewsPR@gmail.com
ONLINE REFERENCES:
Official Website: http://www.stevecomisar.com
Official Email: stevencomisar@gmail.com

Monday, 8 May 2017

Actor Steve Comisar Getting Released From Prison

LOS ANGELES, Calif., May 8, 2017 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Actor and felon Steve Comisar will be released from federal prison on July 21 after serving a 15 year sentence for fraud. Comisar will be placed on home confinement in Los Angeles until his sentence officially ends on April 16, 2018.
Actor Steve Comisar
Steve Comisar is best known for being the only Hollywood actor who is also a famous fraudster. While in prison Comisar skyrocketed to social media fame by acquiring close to one million Twitter followers and over one million YouTube views. Comisar also contacted some of Hollywood’s most powerful actors, directors, producers, and agents, and asked them to help jump start his acting career upon release.
Comisar’s publicist, Laura Levine, says, “If Steven wants a second chance as an actor he’s going to need the help of some major players in the industry. Luckily for Steven, Hollywood A-Listers are known for their kindness and generosity when it comes to helping the underdog. I really think he’s going to get the help he needs.”
Some of the industry heavyweights Comisar asked for help include: Mark Wahlberg, Sean Penn, Adam Sandler, Ben Stiller, Steven Spielberg, Ethan Coen, Ari Emanuel, Brian Grazer, Jim Toth, Seth Rogan, Graham King, Bryan Lourd, Judd Apatow, J.J. Abrams, Jack Dorsey, and Oprah.
Comisar began acting at a young age and has appeared in many movies, television shows, and commercials. He has written a book on fraud prevention and appeared regularly on Dateline NBC and The View as an expert on fraud and scams.
Comisar joins the exclusive list of other celebrity felons who have served prison time. A few of them are Mark Wahlberg, Robert Downey Jr., Martha Stewart, Tim Allen, Christian Slater, Wesley Snipes, and Danny Trejo.
MEDIA CONTACT:
Laura Levine, Publicist
Celebrity News LLC
CelebrityNewsPR@gmail.com
ONLINE REFERENCES:
Official Website: http://www.stevecomisar.com
Official Email: stevencomisar@gmail.com

Thursday, 2 March 2017

Convicted Actor Steve Comisar Nears One Million Twitter Followers While in Prison

HOLLYWOOD, Calif., March 1, 2017 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Steve Comisar is living proof that nothing is impossible. With close to one million Twitter followers and over one million YouTube video views, Comisar has become a highly respected social media celebrity. This is because Steve Comisar is the only Hollywood actor that is also a famous con man.
Steve Comisar
Comisar’s publicist, Laura Levine, says, “Steve Comisar acquired his huge social media following while serving his prison sentence for fraud. He has more Twitter followers than most famous actors who have ten times the credits and never spent a day in jail. Even Jack Dorsey, the billionaire CEO of Twitter and Square follows Steve Comisar. Love him or hate him, Steve’s brute determination in getting a second chance is exactly what it takes to make it in Hollywood and worthy of help from the industry.”
Comisar began acting at a very young age and has appeared in dozens movies, television shows, and commercials. He will be released from prison in a few months and is hoping to jump start his acting career in Los Angeles with the help of the A-List actors, directors, producers, and agents he has asked for assistance.
Other celebrity felons who got a second chance after serving prison time are Mark Wahlberg, Tim Allen, Robert Downey Jr, Wesley Snipes, Martha Stewart, Christian Slater, and Danny Trejo.
MEDIA CONTACT:
Laura Levine, Publicist
Celebrity News LLC
CelebrityNewsPR@gmail.com
ONLINE REFERENCES:
Official Twitter: https://twitter.com/SteveComisar
Official Facebook: https://facebook.com/SteveComisarFanPage
Official IMDB: http://imdb.com/name/nm0131409/
Official Wikia: http://steve-comisar.wikia.com/wiki/Steve_Comisar
Official Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_Comisar
Official YouTube: https://youtube.com/user/stevec9689/videos/
Official Website: http://www.stevecomisar.com

Thursday, 5 January 2017

Jailed Actor Steve Comisar Ranked in Top One Percent of All Social Media Influencers by Klear

LOS ANGELES, Calif., Jan. 5, 2017 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Steve Comisar is not your average celebrity felon. Comisar is the only Hollywood actor on earth that is also a famous con man. With over 700K Twitter followers and over one million YouTube views, he is a social media phenom.
Actor Steve Comisar
Klear.com is the leading source for rating all celebrity social media accounts. Last week Klear rated Steve Comisar in the top one percent of all social media influencers in the world. But here’s the hook, Comisar acquired his entire following while serving his prison sentence. As an inmate Comisar has more Twitter followers than most famous actors who have ten times more acting credits and never spent a day in jail.
Comisar’s publicist, Laura Levine, said, “Love him or hate him, Steve Comisar is planning a comeback in a very big way. There’s really nobody quite like him in Hollywood. If his social media popularity is an indicator of his future success, there will be no stopping him.”
Comisar began acting at a very young age and has appeared in numerous movies, TV shows, and commercials. He will be released from prison this year and is planning to relaunch his acting career in Los Angeles.
Other celebrities who served prison time are Mark Wahlberg, Tim Allen, Robert Downey Jr, Wesley Snipes, Martha Stewart, Christian Slater, and Danny Trejo.
MEDIA CONTACT:
Laura Levine, Publicist
Celebrity News LLC
CelebrityNewsPR@gmail.com
Online References:
Klear Social Media Ratings: http://klear.com/profile/SteveComisar
Official Website: http://www.stevecomisar.com/

Wednesday, 14 December 2016

Klear Rates Actor Steve Comisar in the Top 1% of All Social Media Influencers

http://klear.com/profile/SteveComisar 
Jailed actor Steve Comisar is not your ordinary celebrity felon. With over 700K Twitter followers and over 1 million YouTube views he is a social media icon.
Klear.com is the premier source of rating all celebrity social media accounts.
Last week The Hollywood Reporter announced that Klear rated Steve Comisar among the top 1% social media influencers in the world. But here's the kicker, Steve accomplished all this while he was serving a federal prison sentence.

Steve will be released from prison in 2017 and looks forward to the support of Hollywood's A-List actors and directors to help him relaunch his acting career.

Official Twitter: https://twitter.com/SteveComisar
Official Facebook: https://facebook.com/SteveComisarFanPage
Official IMDB: http://imdb.com/name/nm0131409/
Official Wikia: http://steve-comisar.wikia.com/wiki/Steve_Comisar

Friday, 11 March 2016

Another famous criminal asks Sean Penn for help

Steve Comisar’s Wikipedia page lists him as a con man. It’s not surprising since he has spent the last 15 years in prison on a fraud conviction. The FBI has ranked him in the top ten con men of all time, second only to Frank Abagnale, subject of the Oscar winning movie, Catch Me if You Can, directed by Steven Spielberg.

With one year to go before release, Comisar wants to make a career change from con man to actor. The only way to accomplish this is with the help of Hollywood’s biggest stars. Comisar has personally asked Sean Penn and others to lend a helping hand by giving him acting roles in their upcoming movies. He has also asked some of the top directors, like Steven Spielberg, and talent agents, like Ari Emanuel, to help him as well.

Comisar rose to fame as a con man in the 90’s after he was first released from prison. He reinvented himself as a celebrity con man and parlayed his brand into dozens of appearances on talk shows and news magazine programs. He appeared regularly as a fraud expert on Dateline NBC and The View. He also wrote the best selling book, America’s Guide to Fraud Prevention, which is considered the gold standard of the fraud industry. After securing a major talent agent, Comisar landed a co-starring role in the movie Tough Luck with Norman Reedus, the star of the hit television series, The Walking Dead.

Cementing himself as America’s foremost authority on fraud was not enough and soon Comisar got bored, committed more fraud, and found himself back in prison. This time he hopes to make the very difficult transformation from famous con man to working Hollywood actor. Comisar says, “If the people I asked are willing to help me, I know I’m going to succeed. If not, it’s back to the talk show circuit.”

While in prison Comisar has built an enormous social media empire which consists of over half a million Twitter followers and over 1 million views on his YouTube videos. Comisar, now 54, grew up in Beverly Hills, California. As a young man he studied acting with Lee Strasberg and has had supporting roles in many movies, television shows, and commercials. He is seeking assistance from any A-list actor, director, producer, or talent agent in Hollywood willing to help him.

Some of Comisar’s acting credits include the following movies and television shows: Tough Luck, Fists of Iron, The Seduction of Gina, Sister Dearest, Streets of Fire, Desert Sun, Hell Town, Throb, General Hospital, The Con Man, Making Crime Pay, over 50 television commercials, and over 75 talk shows and news programs. He won the Viewers Choice Award in 1998 for best guest on a television talk show.

MEDIA CONTACT:

Laura Levine, Publicist
us.media.relations@gmail.com

ONLINE REFERENCES:

Wikipedia: https://www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_Comisar
Internet Movie Data Base (IMDB): http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0131409/
Official Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/SteveComisar
Official Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SteveComisarFanPage
Official YouTube: https://www/youtube.com/user/SteveC9689/videos
Official Website: http://www.stevecomisar.com
Official Email: stevencomisar@gmail.com

See more at: http://www.prnewschannel.com/2016/03/02/another-famous-criminal-asks-sean-penn-for-help/

Monday, 28 December 2015

Incarcerated actor Steve Comisar calls upon Steven Spielberg for a little help after release

Before going to prison for fraud, actor Steve Comisar appeared in many movies, TV shows, and commercials. Next year he will be released from federal prison after serving 15 years. Comisar would like to once again act in movies, but how is he going to accomplish this?

Enter Steven Spielberg, probably the most powerful man in Hollywood. Comisar has recently asked Spielberg to give him some assistance in the form of acting roles in his upcoming films.

Comisar says, “The closed mouth doesn’t get fed. I’m hoping that Mr. Spielberg will find it in his heart to help me. After all, we’re both Jewish. Growing up, our family dined at his mom’s restaurant, The Milky Way, on a weekly basis. It was walking distance from our home.”

Comisar’s publicist, Laura Levine, says, “Mr. Spielberg is known to help other Jews in need, and what better a person than Steve Comisar, who’s both Jewish, and seeking help in an arena where Spielberg is king.”

Barry Freed, retired ICM agent, says, “If Steven Spielberg snaps his fingers, Steve Comisar will be acting again. It’s that simple. In our business, Jews help Jews every day. We started Hollywood and we are still the driving force.”

Comisar’s attorney, Jeremy Gordon, says, “I spoke to an iconic Jewish actor the other day. He told me that he puts his Jewish friends in his movies all the time. He said that he could easily do the same for Steve. I really think Steve is going to nail this.”

Comisar’s manager, Victor Kruglov, adds, “We have been in contact with many famous Jewish celebrities in Hollywood. They all seem willing to help. The list includes, Steven Spielberg, Adam Sandler, Ethan Coen, Ben Stiller, Seth Rogan, Ari Emanuel, Judd Apatow, Jim Toth, and Sean Penn, whose paternal grandfather was Jewish.”

Rabbi Zvi Boyarsky of the Aleph Institute, said, “Sean Penn recently risked his life to help rescue an American Jew from a notorious Bolivian prison. We gave him an honorary dinner in September at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills. The favor Mr. Comisar is requesting is far easier to grant.”

Comisar has also contacted non-Jewish celebrity felons, Mark Wahlberg, Robert Downey Jr., Tim Allen, Wesley Snipes, and Danny Trejo, and asked them to help him upon release. So far, nobody has declined his request.

Comisar, 53, will reunite with his family and friends in Beverly Hills, California, after he is released next year. It’s now up to Hollywood’s A-list to step up and help give him a second chance as an actor. Comisar is welcoming help from all powerful actors, directors, producers, and agents. Everyone loves a good comeback. Hollywood’s elite can make it happen.



MEDIA CONTACT:
Laura Levine, Celebrity News
CelebrityNewsPR@gmail.com



ONLINE REFERENCES:
Internet Movie Data Base (IMDB):  http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0131409/
Official Website:  http://www.stevecomisar.com
Personal Email:  stevencomisar@gmail.com



SOURCE:  Celebrity News