Celebrity Advertising


Most celebrities, especially the actors, are literally, professional liars. And when you begin to look at their lifestyle, from the unrealistic wealth you and I will never see, to the amount of divorces, drug and alcohol problems and lawsuits they accumulate, they’re not actually savory people. Not even really nice people in fact, unless they’re making videos about how they’re donating to some charity. Literally Bragging on Social media about what a giver they are conveniently timed around some theatrical release for their next filth laden flop you shouldn’t actually be watching with your kids. (Wow what a coincidence! That drug addict rageaholic actor Everyman who parties with the House of Saud and Russian hookers and who’s wife fears for her and her kid’s life, shows up at the cancer ward to pretend to be something he’s actually not). And what makes it occasionally creepier than it really is, happens during elections when a celebrity team of Social Avengers gets together to push a flailing political candidate known for her legendary amounts of corruption, avarice, greed and general failings as a human being in order to tell you the other guy is literally Hitler. Disregarding the fact that Hitler was Hitler because he killed millions people.

Celebrities are lying scum.
They literally will do anything for a buck. Yes. They’ll appear at some third world dictator’s kid’s birthday party. Dictators with known track records of human rights violations.  For a paycheck. And most likely that country is getting aid from the US.  So yes, our tax dollars send someone like J-Lo to somewhere like Turkmenistan to wish some sociopath “Happy Birthday!”
You wouldn’t sit on the same couch these people sat on if you spent five minutes with them. Seriously. They’re narcissistic, bad tempered and lacking in real integrity and general intelligence.  And they don’t have a lot of respect for anyone.  Including you.

I’m not telling you who to vote for… But please be a mature, thinking, adult and don’t let some weirdo sex fiend looking for a paycheck tell you who to vote for. Be better than that. America deserves better than that. It’s a pretty great place. Be a patriot and vote on issues that matter. Not because Iron Man likes so and so. That’s base and demeaning to the political process that has governed this fine country. Trust me… You wouldn’t let Iron Man, or Thor, or Black Widow, I mean the actors that pretend to be these people between marriages and rehab stays, watch your kids. Why would you trust their opinion regarding the future of our Country?



About Nick Cole

Nick Cole is a working actor living in Southern California. When he is not auditioning for commercials, going out for sitcoms or being shot, kicked, stabbed or beaten by the students of various film schools for their projects, he can often be found as a guard for King Phillip the Second of Spain in the Opera Don Carlo at Los Angeles Opera or some similar role. Nick Cole has been writing for most of his life and acting in Hollywood after serving in the U.S. Army. You can also find him on Twitter.

8 Responses to Celebrity Advertising

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    It’s amusing how the same folks who go on and on about millionaires and billionaires being so awful worship these millionaires because they promote their politics. I was reading a defense of an actor with a long history of ‘issues’ by his fans, who said he’d ‘never’ beat his wife, get drunk, etc. and that the woman divorcing him was a bitch, etc. It’s pointless to even talk to such a person–how the hell would they even know what this man is like? Answer: They like his movies.

    There’s a story there. I think it was called “The Marching Morons,” by C.M. Kornbluth.

  2. Glad I bought your book. Haven’t had a chance to read it yet but if you write as well as you articulate here, I’m going to be overjoyed when I do read it.

  3. I suspect a good portion of the reason so few of them would show others respect is because they have lost their own self-respect during the rise to the top of the scum pond. To give respect you have to be able to respect yourself… and it is seldom you see actors who have that any more. Clint Eastwood, Charlton Heston, John Wayne – a dying or dead breed. Sure, you can knock Eastwood and Wayne’s personal lives for the multiple marriages. When you talk to their children however, there is respect for them. A phrase one of John Wayne’s sons said was that whenever you saw John Wayne on the screen, the part he was playing was John Wayne. He didn’t fit himself into the role so much as he made the part fit him.

  4. I really like what you wrote here; great economy but saying a lot; and it needed to be said; there does seem to be some kind of celebrity virus infecting the mind of the average TV watcher. Are we discovering a new author, Nick Cole? Cheers…

  5. The funny thing is: most of these celebrity folks never went to college (some even dropped out of h.s. to “go to Hollywood”). If you asked your neighbor MPAIs who think these (other) idiots give good advice, to ask the advice of the same-age, same-(lack-of-)education, young person shoveling fries down the street what THEY thought the policies of this country and the next prez should be — your neighbor MPAIs would blanch and ask if you’re kidding!

    Let me add: same thing with this Dr Carson being given “Housing” to run. His ONLY two quals are: he’s a famous black doctor — AND he grew up in the projects. What do you bet that his ENTIRE education track was focused solely ON medicine?! WHY would anyone (looking at you, God Emperor) think a man who spent his entire life focused on medicine would — or could — have anything AT ALL worthwhile to say about how to manage or fix a housing complex full of uneducated — usually violent — people on welfare/housing “allowance”?!) (And please don’t give us the “well, he’ll have good advisors” — that sure didn’t work well for the Bush-(II)-monkey OR the obamination!)

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