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Mike Martinkus

LET’S GET TO KNOW YOU…
Name: Mike Martinkus

DOB: October 25th
Hometown: Fort Collins, CO
Education: BA in Acting from the University of Northern Colorado
Day Job: Office of the Bursar – Advisor at University of Denver

WHAT’S YOUR FAVORITE…
Off-Time: Cooking, gaming

Season: Fall
Movie: The Dark Crystal
Musical: Hamilton
Color: Orange
Animal: Wolf
Band: Reel Big Fish
Song: Either “Take On Me” by A-Ha or “Africa” by Toto
Beverage: Tea

THIS OR THAT…
Cats or Dogs? Cats
Beer or Wine? Beer
Sweet of Sour? Sour
Mild or Spicy? Spicy
Coffee or Tea? Tea
Piercings or Tattoos? Used to have eyebrow and labret pierced, tattoo of an ankh on my back, Triforce on my calf
FroYo or Ice Cream? Ice Cream
Boxers or Briefs? Commando
City or Suburbs? City
Coke or Pepsi? Pepsi
Netflix or Hulu? Netflix
Early Bird or Night Owl? Night Owl

ANSWER ME THIS…
Are we the waiting? Not anymore

When life hands you lemons? Check if they’re moldy
Who do you admire most? My parents
What is your biggest fear? Being inadequate
Where do you see yourself in 10 years? NYC giving my shot to the actor’s life
What is one thing on your “bucket” list? Skydiving
What is the most rewarding advice you’ve received? I don’t know if it’s the most rewarding, but it has been a great philosophy to follow: “Hope for the best, plan for the worst, and expect everything in between”
Can we follow you? FB? Twitter? Instagram? Of course! Facebook.com/mike.martinkus; Twitter: @MikeTinkus; IG: @mikey_andolini
Why see American Idiot? It’s a show that truly embodies lot of the angst and conflict many young people have felt throughout many decades, just placed in the early 2000’s. It shows the need to get out of your home town, to branch out and try new things, to find who you are as an individual, and all the speed bumps that can come along the way. It has three separate stories with all three guys experiencing vastly different hardships. It also speaks to the feelings of pride and resentments of going to the Iraq war. It’s 90 minutes of non-stop energy mixed with moments of stillness and quietude.

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