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After his star turn as Sweet Baby Jesus in his school's Christmas pageant, Bart Fletcher was bitten by the acting bug as a wee lad. And at last, twenty years later, he was finally ready to hone his craft. In 2005, after boarding a Greyhound bus in downtown Houston, Bart barreled out of the Lone Star state and landed smack in the middle of Hollywood, where he was thrilled to be accepted into the Gary Coleman School of Acting in Chatsworth. There, he studied under Mr. Coleman and his revolutionary “Wha’ choo talkin’ ‘bout?!” method.
After working with Mr. Coleman, Bart went on to study under such greats as La Toya Jackson, Spudz McKenzie, and Tiffany Brissette, who played Vicki the robot on the hit ‘80’s sitcom, “Small Wonder.” And in no time at all, Bart realized his dream, and began his career as a full-time working actor! He can currently be found down on Hollywood Boulevard, dressed as either of the characters Pinnochio or Eddie Munster. (*NOTE: Bart is now performing in front of the El Capitan Theatre, after a one-hundred-yard restraining order was levied against him after an argument with the character of Elmo resulted in an unfortunate stabbing in front of the world-famous Grauman’s Chinese Theatre.)
Besides being a successful actor, Bart also is known for his amazing singing and dancing abilities. He routinely performs twice a month in an N’SYNC tribute band called “N’SAYNE for N’SYNC,” along with his two Indian friends, Raj and Shankar. They sing all their greatest hits, such as “Bye, Bye, Bye” and “Tearin’ Up My Heart,” as well as executing all the group's awesome dance moves with laser-like precision.
In his spare time, Bart also finds time to give back to the community. He is currently the head volunteer on the Hollywood syphilis truck, where he can be found either passing out fliers on the disease, or performing as the dancing syphilis sore. After contracting this disease, as well as gonorrhea, from a prostitute in Vaseline alley last year, Bart wanted to make sure he did his part in spreading the word on these two very preventable diseases.
Among his heroes and most heartfelt inspirations, Bart lists Robocop, the character of Donna Martin from Beverly Hills 90210, Hulkamania, and of course - Baby Suri - all of whom he credits with inspiring him to be the very best he can be.