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Welcome to Hollywood

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Welcome to Hollywood

This article is about the film. For the Beyoncé Knowles and Jay-Z song, see Hollywood (Jay-Z song).
Welcome to Hollywood
File:Welcometohollywoodcover.jpg
Film cover
Directed by Tony Markes
Adam Rifkin
Produced by Tony Markes
Zachary Matz
Written by Tony Markes
Adam Rifkin
Shawn Ryan
Starring Tony Markes
Adam Rifkin
Dennis Hopper
John Travolta
Music by Richard Mercado
Justin Reinhardt
Distributed by Home Box Office
Release date(s)Template:Plainlist
Running time 89 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Welcome to Hollywood is a mockumentary about a young man trying to make it in Hollywood as an actor. Tony Markes is the young man trying to pursue the means to become an actor. Various attempts to get him noticed and in roles in film and television fail. When he finally does get a break and gets a guest-spot on Baywatch, it ends with disaster as the actor steps on a stingray and has to be hospitalized. The film has appearances from numerous actors, actresses, producers, models, athletes, and other Hollywood figures.

Celebrity cameos

See also

External links

  • Internet Movie Database

Template:Adam Rifkin

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