Quite often an actor bursts on the scene and everyone says, 'He's an overnight success.' But this is a true story of one actor whose road to the top was winding and filled with potholes. The reader will follow the author on an adventure from his childhood days homeless in the Colorado Rockies, to the pinacle of success as a television actor. But this difficult exploration can also be funny and ironic—from encounters with a bear, to an earthquake, to an evil mountain in the Alps that nearly kills him. Along the way you can listen to the inner voices of a man coming of age and reaching a dream he might not have known existed without his own determination. You will laugh, you might cry, and you will certainly be entertained by this revealing story.
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About the Author
An actor of film and television for nearly two decades, Heath Kizzier has amassed a long list of credits, including a three-year stint as series regular Dr. Josh Landers on CBS' The Young and the Restless, guest starring roles on Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman and Murder, She Wrote, and film roles that include Wyatt Earp with Kevin Costner, and the title role in They Call Me Trinity-The Next Generation. Heath has produced, and co-written a gritty hour drama television series for the FOX/FX network, and has been featured on the covers of numerous national magazines. The skills and detailed knowledge of nature featured in Dog Walker derive from Heath's hands-on personal experience. He has spent countless months on self-imposed "survival" stints, which have taken him deep into the Swiss Alps, the San Juan Mountains of Colorado, and the Black Hills of South Dakota. Today, now living in California, Heath continues the tradition by entering the Sierra Nevada Range during the harshest winter weather in which to test and improve his survival abilities.