Salt Lake City, Utah – Martin Casaus is actor appearing in film and television, who recently signed with Shielia Erickson Management.
Casaus is best known as a standout professional wrestler in the recent edition of WWE Tough Enough, starring Bill Demott, Booker T, Trish Stratus, and Stone Cold Steve Austin. He has wrestled across the United States, internationally, and has worked with most of the top names in the professional wrestling industry. He said his experiences in wrestling have always been a great help when working on film and television sets.
Shielia Erickson Management manages talent in both Los Angeles and the Utah markets, and is a full scale agency of film and television actors and models.
“Martin is the most decorated professional wrestlers in the state, a very talented actor, and is able to give a very professional performance on screen,” according to his manager Shielia Erickson.
Casaus began acting shortly after graduating from high school. His first television appearance was in the popular series Everwood, as a folk style wrestling protagonist. He has had lead roles in both short films and feature films and has been on such shows as Barter Kings, Guy Code, WWE Raw, Vampired, and others.
Martin received a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, holds a series 7 and 63 professional license, and works for one of the top Brokerage Firms in the country. “It’s always fun to see people’s reactions when I tell them I work in a brokerage firm. They always ask me why I do acting and wrestling. I just love entertaining people in any avenue that I can,” he says.
Martin Casaus just wrapped shooting in Los Angeles as a series regular of the inaugural season of El Rey Network’s Lucha Underground. Tune in to the El Rey Network Wednesdays nights 8pm ET/PT to watch Lucha Underground.
Martin Casaus provides a fan website at www.facebook.com/martincasaus
Company Name: Broadway Film Talent Management
Contact Person: Shielia Erickson
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Phone: (801) 557-4782
City: Salt Lake City
Country: United States