Hollywood, CA, December 05, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Chuck Lamb says he owes millions and he is trying his hardest to pay it back. Not dollars, but friends and fans. He has opened a website to begin the pay back process. http://www.TalentOverload.com
By opening Talent Overload Chuck is hoping to create a search engine designed totally for people with talent. A place where people that want to share their talent and wares with the world can be found with a simple search. Lamb says "Where do you go if you want a clown for your child's party?" or "What does a person who doesn't live in New York or California do to let the world see them?"
The website is totally free. Anyone who signs up can create a profile, show up to 3 photos, add links to personal pages, write a bio and enter up to 50 keywords from which they can be found from the search engine. There is an option to upgrade to a premium profile that shows a photo in the search results. Premium profiles will also be listed first in search results.
"In time, I'm hoping Talent Overload will become "The Place" for anyone who has a talent to be found by simply searching" Lamb added. "Painters, authors, singers, poets, screenwriters, clowns, jugglers, musicians and anyone else who is trying to live a dream like I am can get some of the exposure they desperately need to achieve their goal." “Imagine finding your next favorite author just by going to Talent Overload and searching for ‘Author and Fiction’. “In today’s digital world, a person can write and self publish something and then be found directly through our search engine.”
Lamb is known around the world by the name of the character he created 'Dead Body Guy'. He became a global phenomenon in 2006 when his website http://www.DeadBodyGuy.com was started. It has now been seen by over 50 million people in more than 150 different countries making him an overnight celebrity. His site features him in different poses in and around his home playing dead in hopes of playing a corpse in a movie or TV show. With little to no acting experience Lamb knew he would have to come up with something new and different to get noticed in the world of show business. He also knew he would need support from people he had never met to achieve his dream. Those unknown people came out in droves. The website was sent out virally through websites, blogs and emails by the thousands. Lamb said he personally answered over a thousand emails from well wishers around the globe.
It didn't take long for Lamb's site to get the attention he had hoped. Within 6 weeks he was on the front page national of the New York Times and he was flying to New York City to be seen on shows like TODAY, CNN, MSNBC, CBS Early Morning and others. Lamb has been featured in over 400 newspapers and magazines around the world and has now been in over 12 TV shows and movies.
After almost 3 years Lamb has finally lived out his dream. He attended the world premiere of the horror / comedy Thankskilling, an independent movie about a demonic turkey which comes back for revenge. Lamb played Sheriff Roud, a likable but not very attentive sheriff who of course gets killed.
Lamb says “I know me becoming an actor and being seen all over the world was a combination of a good idea, the right timing and support by millions around the world. All I would like to do now is repay some of those millions back for helping me live my dream.”
About Talent Overload:
Talent Overload is known as “The World’s Most Talented Search Engine” as it is the first search engine designed specially for people with talent to help them showcase their talents. It is a free service that can be used to post your profile or post jobs for people you need.
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