69 seconds with … Vancouver actor Sean Parsons

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Spend 69 seconds with Vancouver actor Sean Parsons.

MEET Sean parsons

Sean ParsonsSean Parsons was born and raised in Fort McMurray, Alberta, a small town located many hours north of everything. At nineteen he fled the city and moved to Oakville, Ontario to attend a prestigious Musical Theatre Program at Sheridan College, and spent the next three years in a few cities in Ontario (and not in school), before packing up and moving to beautiful Vancouver five years ago with his best friend and his cat, Marley (his other best friend).

Sean now considers Vancouver home and has never felt so passionate about living in this amazing city. Like so many others, Sean sold his soul to the Green Apron and spent the past five years working for Starbucks, while also attending Capilano University’s Musical Theatre Program for the past three years. Some of his favorite Vancouver theatre credits are Once On This Island (Papa Ge), Reefer Madness: The Musical (Lecturer), Rent (Ensemble), and Footloose (Reverend Shaw Moore). Now that he has graduated school Sean has reclaimed his soul from the Green Apron and is living the glamorous life of a Molly Maid.

He is currently (July 2010) in rehearsals for Hair in the role of Berger, with Fighting Chance Productions and is so looking forward to sharing this show with Vancouver! It opens July 19th and runs until August 1st (2010) at The Waterfront Theatre on Granville Island. Come let the sun shine in!

01Your first job.
Senior Page at the Fort McMurray Public Library.

02The job you wanted as a child.

03Your hero.
Debbie Parsons. And Oprah.

04Your biggest indulgence.
Ice cream.

05One thing no one knows about you (and you are willing to share).
I wish it was socially acceptable for boys to wear high heels…

06Complete this sentence: I first kissed a boy…
in an abandoned dump truck at a construction site in the middle of the night.

07The three things you would want with you on a deserted island.
Solar powered iPod (?), my cat Marley, never-ending journal. If non-existent electronics don’t count, I’ll say The Holy Bible, because I’m so curious…

08Your favourite Vancouver restaurant.

09 One word your best friend would use to describe you.

10 The one thing any visitor to Vancouver simply cannot miss.
Live theatre!

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