My vote of 10 is for the experience being an extra in a movie, id probably rate the movie a 3 or 4. I live right near Santa Cruz where filming took place and my parents, who happened to be in a Roller Coaster club (ACE, aceonline.org) were asked to shoot scenes on the coaster. I was only 12 at the time, so i had to do this supposed "school" while filming and i couldn't shoot the scenes on the coaster as there was not enough time. You see me standing in line 2 or 3 times (the continuity was actually OK) and you see my parents getting off the coaster. The best part didn't even happen to me, but one of the guys in our club, he got to be on the coaster as Mr. Sabato was jumping from one train to the next. I believe he filmed for a week or 2 and maybe a few thousand dollars. I filmed for 2 days and made like 500 bucks or somethin like that.
I think you can see me when Mr. Sabato runs up to the station toward the end and it is revealed that the bombed is still alive. "Thats Impossible!" he says. I have a green shirt and long, bushy hair that curls around my neck in the vein of MacGyver.
Yep, I'm famous.
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