Creative Alley Public Relations
For Immediate Release: January 15, 2008
Christian Keiber Remains "Charmed" in 2008 Magazine Interview
Los Angeles, CA. – January 15, 2008 – Creative Alley Productions announced today that co/founder Christian Keiber's interview for the international Titan Magazine will be on sale Jan 15th, 2008 at http://www.titanmagazines.com/app?service=external/Product&sp=l10 and at newsstands around the world.
In this "Charmed" fan magazine, Keiber discusses his years recurring on the WB's hit television series as the characters "Scott" and then "Frank," a first for the cult show, along with his future film and television projects.
"It was the strangest thing," Keiber remarked, "First, I'm told my character with Rose McGowen, 'Scott', was being written off the show, next thing I'm being offered the role of "Frank" opposite Alyssa Milano... didn't hear me complaining!"
Keiber was referred to by many of the cast and crew members as "The 'Jack Nicholson' of Charmed" for his ability to go from playing the seemly normal characters to the psychotic characters with only a drop of the hat.
In other news, Keiber's starring role as 'Det. Parker', in the film, “For Da Love of Money,” which had a solid run for Sony Pictures theatrically and on DVD, made its television debut last month on BET and became the largest viewed premiere in BET's history.
You can also catch Keiber guest starring on re-runs of the hit series, “Cold Case,” “Without A Trace,” and “Charmed” to name a few during the Writer’s Guild Strike.
About Creative Alley Productions
Creative Alley Productions is an independent film production company co-founded by Christian Keiber and Bryce C. Campbell. Keiber and Campbell are creating the quality of films that inspired them to be a part of the entertainment industry. Creative Alley Productions’ main offices are located in Los Angeles, with a branch office in New York City.
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