Dancing with Obscurity

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There is a reason Dancing with Obscurity is called nonfiction - this is neither a fairy tale nor a make-believe story. This is a true story about a child that was intentionally separated at birth from his father and without his father's knowledge. One man orchestrated this out of greed for money and power. Therefore, this little boy until the age of 21 had to live a life based on lies and full of deceit and betrayal. This was a life he would never have chosen and certainly was not the life his father would have ...
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Overview


There is a reason Dancing with Obscurity is called nonfiction - this is neither a fairy tale nor a make-believe story. This is a true story about a child that was intentionally separated at birth from his father and without his father's knowledge. One man orchestrated this out of greed for money and power. Therefore, this little boy until the age of 21 had to live a life based on lies and full of deceit and betrayal. This was a life he would never have chosen and certainly was not the life his father would have chosen for him, had he been made aware he'd had a son.
This true story is about a chance meeting between a film producer and a famous father's son, who wants to tell his life story. It's about a man named, Junior. He has officially been given his legal birthright. He wishes to pay tribute to his father and continue where his father left off. His voice has the uncanny likeness to that of his father's. This true living legacy desires to formally be introduced to the world. He has begun that journey in the southeastern part of the United States.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781553692829
  • Publisher: Trafford Publishing
  • Publication date: 4/1/2002
  • Pages: 120
  • Product dimensions: 5.56 (w) x 8.44 (h) x 0.27 (d)

Meet the Author

Spencer M. Clarke, Jr. was born and bred in the south.He's been known as the "One Wheel Man" since he has been riding a unicycle for the past 30 years.
He started doing commercials as a youngster while living in the Carolinas. Then he studied drama and theater with the desire and intention of working full-time in the entertainment industry. He has always been a quick and dedicated learner of his craft.
His varied experiences span the full spectrum of film, television, video and live theater. He has worked an actor, stuntman and producer. He started his own companies for location scouting and production. The first screenplay he wrote was optioned in Hollywood. He co-produced the acclaimed and award winning picture, Blue Skies Are A Lie, which was in dramatic competition at Sundance and sold at Cannes. He produced on location in New York City, The Accountant. This was heralded as one of the top films at the International Feature Film Market in New York City in 1999.
Mr. Clarke has professionally gained the broad brush and detailed experience that is necessary to launch a major entertainment project. This once in a lifetime opportunity allows him to use all his knowledge and skills gained throughout decades of hard work in the entertainment industry. The culmination is the undertaking of formally bringing to the world the life story and music of Elvis Aaron Presley Jr., the son of The King of Rock 'n Roll.
Spencer M. Clarke Jr. is a motion picture producer and with Junior's blessing, he tells the most compelling, moving and riveting story he has ever heard in his life. He has had the privilege and honor to tell this man's true-life story to the wholeworld. The pages in this book allows readers to retrace his steps from January 2000.
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