Everyday Hustlin, a Look at Miami Artists' Day Jobs: Gene Harding
"Where my money? I need, I need, I need cash!" Maybe Rick Ross wasn't
singing about the everyday grind of paying bills. But there once was a
young Rick Ross, who struggled to find a way to balance his creative
ambitions and cash flow. In "Everyday Hustlin'," we talk with Miami
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artists about their day jobs.
Gene Harding is a native New Yorker who decided to move to South Florida. And it paid off. Winner of the 2010 South Beach Comedy Festival and this year, he debuted in the L.A. Comedy Festival and the Laughing Skull Festival.
Gene charms his audiences with his brand of funny urban and Harvard-style of comedy. His acting credits include FOX's America's Most Wanted, where he appropriately plays an African hustler and USA's hit TV show Burn Notice. Here's how he pays the bills when he's not entertaining crowds.
the lines have been blurred sometimes. One time I almost grabbed the PA
on the plane and said "That's my time, folks. Goodnight"...mid-flight!!
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