After shaving off all his hair and getting several facial tattoos/piercing Eitan had new headshots taken. Ok, that’s a blatant lie. It’s not the biographer’s fault Eitan is boring. After discussing it with his “people” Eitan decided to get new photos. So off he headed to Arizona to be photographed by Ed Sohn (glossing over SEVERAL details there). Now the photos are online and will soon be in general circulation around the Los Angeles area (most likely they’ll be seen on the walls of the United States Post Office).
Eitan’s last show went so well he decided to do another. When his friend Amy Harber announced she was putting together a sketch comedy show at the Next Stage Theater up in Hollywood Eitan jumped at the opportunity to have his ego stroked further. Eitan not only performed in several sketches but also got to premier two original works, “Meet the Parents” (original title, but Eitan’s unlikely to get sued) and “The Lord’s Deli.” Both got a tremendous response from people (including but not limited to Eitan’s mother). At the writing of this bio there is but one show left.
Speaking of hack writers… Sorry, the biographer meant to write, “Speaking of Eitan writing.” Ok, take two. Speaking of Eitan writing, he’s also in the process of putting together a short film called “Through the Front Door.” It was written by Eitan, will be directed by Eitan and it will be starring Eitan. Eitan loves Eitan.
In sadder news (if that’s possible considering who’s site you’re reading) Eitan’s Hertz commercial is no more. It’s been pulled from the airwaves after millions of complaints about “that cretin on the phone behind the talking guy.” That’s not true. But it was pulled. Poor poor Eitan.