If you watch any local television in Dallas-Fort Worth, you’ve probably seen my recent commercial acting for Milestone. The spot seems to be on CONSTANTLY. It’s been running for nearly a year and I’m still regularly hearing from friends after they see it for the first time.

I play a weatherman that apparently only knows one word: plumbing!

My only commercial acting previously was during two spots for Hair Artifice, a salon in Baton Rouge. I played a caricature of myself in both. In the first, there was a scene of pandemonium over the great prices and great styles. Tony King and I went on an exclusive news team investigation for the second. The latter commercial never aired on television, as my former employer WVLA-TV pulled the spot due to my inclusion and was later sued for breach of contract.

Past that, my wife and I were extras in The Belle of West Texas at the McKinney Performing Arts Center, our local community theatre. We hoped to return every summer for the troop’s annual melodrama, but life got in the way. Perhaps one day we’ll audition there again.

Before the COVID-19 pandemic took hold, I was cast in an independent film as a police officer. Filming was delayed thanks to the circumstances. Of course, I’m hoping it gets rescheduled. In the meantime, I’ve edited my IMDB page with hopes of adding additional roles.

Chris Mycoskie IMDB