On the next LIVE guest interview from the Everything Geek Podcast which will take place tomorrow, we’ll be interviewing actor/producer/writer/director/author/comedian Dallas James!

Dallas is best known for playing a Pyke Syndicate Soldier in The Book of Boba Fett. His other notable roles include Caeser, Chopper, Dallas, Fred Rogers, Hitler, Max from TMZ, Mom and Prince William in STF: Public Access, Angry Neighbor in Ooga Booga, Waiter in The Republic of Two, Auto Mechanic in Inherent Vice, Diner Patron in Welcome to September, Paramedic in Beer Pong Saved My Life, Strip Club Patron in The Guilt Trip, Tom in Like a Good Neighbor, Jeremy Templeton in Mr. Templeton Comes to Dinner, Hiram in Joyland, Dr. Frankenstein III in Igor: Getting Over That Hump, Waiter in Real Men Pay, Mall Security in Reza Hassani Goes to the Mall, Diner Patron in The Hitchhiker, Teacher in Wish Wizard, Starving Vampire in True Blood, Band Member in Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!, Casual Hitler in Tosh.0 and Mentally Challenged Man in Real Rob. Dallas’s behind the scenes credits include a Writer, a Director and an Executive Producer on STF: Public Access and Writer, a Director and a Producer on Real Men Pay.

We’ll be taking YOUR questions for Dallas as well, so if you have any questions for Dallas on any of his roles/works, please leave them in the comments or call-in when we look for questions or call-ins from our listeners! Dallas’s full list of credits can be found here:

Dallas’s Credits

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By Ruari Williamson

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