After prison, Steve plans to pursue acting full time
while also starting a non-profit group that helps
incarcerated actors; calling it 'Stars Behind Bars
Tue, 07 Jul 2015, 16:45:09 EDT
LOS ANGELES, Calif., July 7, 2015 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- Steve Comisar is an actor who was convicted of fraud and sent to federal prison. The media and Wikipedia have branded him a con man. Some of Hollywood's major players have served time and can relate to his situation.
Comisar has recently asked Robert Downey Jr. and Mark Wahlberg to step-up and help him rebuild his acting career upon release by giving him acting jobs in their upcoming projects. Some of Hollywood's A-list felons include Mark Wahlberg (assault), Robert Downey Jr. (drugs), Tim Allen (drugs), Wesley Snipes (tax evasion), and Danny Trejo (murder).
Comisar says, "I hung out with Robert Downey Jr. when we were kids. He's not the type of person who would turn down a request for help." Comisar also says, "Helping those in need is what Mark Wahlberg does best. He helps wounded veterans and homeless kids."
Comisar's publicist Nanci Ryder says, "After prison, Steve plans to pursue acting full time while also starting a non-profit group that helps incarcerated actors. He's calling it 'Stars Behind Bars.'"
Comisar grew up in Beverly Hills with the original "Brat Pack" and has been acting since a very young age. Comisar has authored one book and has appeared as an actor in dozens of movies, televisions shows, and commercials. Comisar currently commands an enormous, global, social media fan base which is growing each day. Comisar will be released from prison in 2017.