by Scott Creighton
“Jesus titty fucking Christ. I could have sworn they were telling the truth”
“That’s why they call it “acting””
Yes, Andy Parker is an actor… currently. No, he wasn’t on Broadway in Les Mis but he was doing the show less than two years ago in Martinsville Va. at TheatreWorks Community Players . His wife is an actor as well so when she says things like people “think” they have a 2nd amendment right on CNN, you can take that for what it’s worth.
Here is a photo posted by Alison Parker’s mother on Dec. 9, 2013.
That was taken the last night of the show. You can go here to the community theater’s website for more photos.
Mr. Parker played Inspector Javert which is obviously a different role than that of Jean Valjean (in the photo above played by John Heiss) which was the character played by recently deceased Kyle Jean-Baptiste on Broadway.
Here is Mr. Parker again as Inspector Javert.
Back in 2009 when the little community theater got a large grant to help them find their own permanent space, Andy Parker was the head of the board of directors. Here’s a photo of a board meeting in their new space. That’s him in the gold shirt at the head of he table.
I think it’s safe too say Mr. Parker has always had a desire to be in the spotlight like he is now. And this casts a new light on his recent comments about being the “John Walsh” of the gun-grabbing agenda.
In 2009 Parker said they planned to offer “drama classes” for adults at the theater. After seeing his recent performances on CNN, I think I’ll pass on the “drama” lessons.
I’ll just leave this here:
It’s also a little known fact that Mr. Parker recently filed to run for a seat on the Henry County Board of Supervisors. Filed that back in June of this year. And the guy who appears to have been her former boyfriend was also a bit of a “performer”