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Big Time In Hollywood, FL takes center stage on Comedy Central in March 2015

18, February 2015: Hollywoods newest villain and rising star Crispin Alapag is bad, tough, and ruthless. Ben Stiller states the show will make viewers exclaim: "What the hell is this?" when they watch "Big Time in Hollywood, FL."

Crispin Alapag

Comedy Centrals first ever 30 minute scripted show targets an audience ranging in ages 18-50. The show’s spokesperson said "BTIHF" is a dramatic/comedy that’s very entertaining and a non-stop roller coaster ride with a display of great acting talent.

"Academy award winning actor Cuba Gooding Jr., Ben Stiller, Stephen Tobolowsky, Kathy Baker, Lenny Jacobson, Alex Anfanger, Jon Bass, Paz Vega, and Keith David were superbly directed by Dan Schimpf," said Crispin, who admitted "it’s fun to be the bad guy."

For Crispin, who is married to Cynthia Alapag and has two sons Myles and Chase, "pain is temporary, but film is forever."

"I believe acting is living truthfully in imaginary circumstances," said Crispin, who has always had a love of acting and performing and has studied with Howard Fine, Karen Ludwig, Diane Salinger and Daniel Roebuck.

About Crispin Alapag:

Crispin Alapag is an American actor known for Big Time in Hollywood, FL Ray Donovan and General Hospital. Throughout his career, he has done many national commercials for Sears, Sprite, Hyundai and Sprint and has done national modeling campaigns for Dickies and Wrangler. He was born in Los Angeles, CA to Crispin Alapag Sr and Aurora Alapag. Crispin is the second youngest of six children. As a young child Crispin excelled in basketball, track, martial arts and school. Crispin has studied everything from Aikido, judo, Ju Jitsu, Tae Kwon Do and Kickboxing. He attended Upland High School, where he graduated with honors. Crispin played basketball at Chaffey College and was a sprinter and long jumper for California State University, Long Beach. Crispin received his BA in criminal justice and business. He then went on to study law at Southwestern University School of Law. Crispin continues to find success in a very competitive field and loves the challenge and the rewards of the entertainment business.

For Media Contact:
Crispin Alapag
Central Artists Talent Agency
Address: 13337 South St., #362
Cerritos, CA 90703
Phone: 818 557 8284
Email: crispinalapag@mac.com
www.Crispinalapag.com or twitter.com/crispinalapag

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