Pauly D, Successful land developer turns actor

A new movie starring Michael Madsen, Natasha Lyonne & Michael Berryman teams up with Pauly D a land developer by trade turns out to be an actor at heart. Pauly D who plays a Hilly Billy, like the movie in Sling Blade, shows great truth in his role. After many screenings of the movie, the audience have commented on his brilliant performance as the Billy character in “Outrage”. We interviewed Pauly D about his character and he stated to us he has been playing that character for 20 years, just making his friends laugh at dinner parties. This movie is worth a watch. You are either entertained with the suspense and fun chase scenes of the movie or be enlightened by the words of wisdom the movie projects. This film is a filled with exciting suspenseful moments and a spiritual message we should all live by. What we have in our hearts is what we attract in our life. Watch this film and check out the website http://www.outragemovie.com

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Michael Madsen

Michael Madsen  (born September 25, 1958) is a Danish-American actorpoet, andphotographer. He has starred in central roles in such films as Reservoir DogsDonnie Brasco andKill Bill.

Actor Michael Madsen, best know for his cinematic roles in Reservoir Dogs, Donnie Brasco, Kill Bill I & II and most recently in Tarantino’s biker film Hell Ride, has joined this year’s Love Ride 26– the largest one-day motorcycle event in the world. Madsen will be raising money to benefit local charities in the 40 mile ride from Glendale to The Pomona Fairplex on Oct. 25th. Madsen will be in full regalia as “The Gent,” riding the authentic Gent motorcycle he personally designed for the movie Hell Ride, which is an S&S bike with a Harley shovelhead motor.
After the ride Michael Madsen will be signing copies of his new book American Badass and autographing photos at the Pamona Fairplex to celebrate California bike week.
A few words from Michael…
“To Whom it May Concern:  I’m really looking forward to riding that badass Gent bike down to Pomona, especially because it’s something to do with charity. Any kids with disabilities deserve all the help that they can get, and if all I have to do is ride a motorcycle down the road, I would do it every day. I’m honored to join the event and would ask everyone to remember that all of our kids need as much help as they can get from us, the adults, who inherited a great life from those who came before us, and we need to pass it on. Autisum, polio, muscular dystrophy, disconnected families, orphans and all of the plagues that affect innocent lives, need funding for a resolve. To all the Love Riders who have come before or after… I salute you. I just wish I didn’t have to wear a helmet… or do I?”

Actor Michael Madsen, best know for his cinematic roles in Reservoir Dogs, Donnie Brasco, Kill Bill I & II and most recently in Tarantino’s biker film Hell Ride, has joined this year’s Love Ride 26– the largest one-day motorcycle event in the world. Madsen will be raising money to benefit local charities in the 40 mile ride from Glendale to The Pomona Fairplex on Oct. 25th. Madsen will be in full regalia as “The Gent,” riding the authentic Gent motorcycle he personally designed for the movie Hell Ride, which is an S&S bike with a Harley shovelhead motor.

After the ride Michael Madsen will be signing copies of his new book American Badass and autographing photos at the Pamona Fairplex to celebrate California bike week.

A few words from Michael…

“To Whom it May Concern:  I’m really looking forward to riding that badass Gent bike down to Pomona, especially because it’s something to do with charity. Any kids with disabilities deserve all the help that they can get, and if all I have to do is ride a motorcycle down the road, I would do it every day. I’m honored to join the event and would ask everyone to remember that all of our kids need as much help as they can get from us, the adults, who inherited a great life from those who came before us, and we need to pass it on. Autisum, polio, muscular dystrophy, disconnected families, orphans and all of the plagues that affect innocent lives, need funding for a resolve. To all the Love Riders who have come before or after… I salute you. I just wish I didn’t have to wear a helmet… or do I?”