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JOHN W. MCLAUGHLIN

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John earned an Advanced Associates Degree from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City where he was also a member of the prestigious Academy Company.  In 1996, he made his Off-Broadway debut in the US premier of English playwright Dusty Hughes’ campus drama “Bad Language” in the role of Alistair.  Once relocated to Los Angeles, John gained employment working in television production and development with such companies as Spelling Television and Jim Henson as well as numerous other film and television projects.

In 2007, after what seemed an eternal hiatus, John returned to his acting roots in “The Touch” and followed that with the supporting role of ‘Ben’ in “MOM”.  He can be seen currently in the recurring role of ‘Guy’ on the web-series “We Have To Stop Now” and was most recently cast in the lead of Film McQueen’s new full-length feature “Meth Head,” Which he has also signed on as co-producer. 

John is also writing a one man show based on his life.



http://www.filmmcqueen.com/METHHEAD/METHHEAD.html


West Hollywood Gay Men's Forum

The City of West Hollywood will host the "Gay Men's Forum: Dialogue and Workshops" on Saturday, May 2, 2009 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Fiesta Hall at Plummer Park, 7377 Santa Monica Boulevard, West Hollywood. This FREE day-long event will focus on the theme: "Where We've Been. Where We Are. Where We're Heading" and will include contemporary experiences of gay men, panel discussions featuring a range of perspectives from the Gay community, special performances and interactive workshops. The event is free.

"Where We've Been. Where We Are. Where We're Heading" is the premise of the West Hollywood Gay Men's Forum," said West Hollywood Councilmember John Duran. "The rationale for these three premises is simple. We cannot understand why we face the things we face as gay men if we don't understand our recent, nncontemporary history, and that's why we'll start the day with a theatrical performance by Michael Kerns and fellow actors, which will walk us from the biggest stepping stones in LGBT history from Stonewall days to Prop 8.

The Gay Men's Forum will also feature panels focusing on a variety of issues impacting gay men's lives. Some of these issues include life in the circuit party and drugs, apathy and political involvement, intimacy issues and relationships for gay men, nurturing up and coming gay leaders, HIV positive v. HIV negative: a divided community, and more.

The forum is being held in collaboration with the City of West Hollywood's Lesbian and Gay Advisory Board, community organizations and the City's Social Services Division.

To RSVP, please call (323) 848-6381. For more information, please contact Corey Roskin, Hernan Molina or Larissa Fooks at (323) 848-6460. For the deaf and hard of hearing, please call ( 323) 848- n6496.

**REGISTER ONLINE AND VIEW THE FORUM SCHEDULE**

Please click here to view pictures from last year's Gay Men's Forum

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