Paul Wasilewski is an American actor, director, and producer now going by the name Paul Wesley. He was born in New Brunswick, New Jersey to Polish parents. He spent most of his childhood in Poland and was able to learn polish, many of his relatives still live there. He left Rutgers University after he realized he could make a career in acting.
Paul Wesley has appeared in various films throughout the years. He became famous in the supernatural TV show Vampire Diaries after starring in 8 seasons, directing the series at its fifth season and producing it at its eighth season. He also appeared in William Francis Hoffman’s Cal in Camo playing the character, Flynt. Flynt was trying to get over the death of his wife by taking time off with his sister and her husband. The play is all about characters who are lost trying to find themselves.
Before I disappear, an Indie drama, tells the story of a man at his lowest point in life, who gets a call from his prodigal sister, asking him to take care of her 11-year-old child, for a few hours. Paul Wesley declared how happy he is over how the film is getting a positive response. The film won an Oscar awards after Paul Wesley stretched it from a small film into a full-length feature.
In Amira and Sam, Paul Wesley acts alongside Dina Shibabi and Martin Starr. The film is about Sam, an army guy trying to get used to civilian life. He’s niece refuses to relate with him; she didn’t even want to relate to any other army person too. The authorities threatened to chase her out the country; she has no choice but to take refuge at Sam’s place. Paul Wesley juggles this film alongside the CW series The Vampire Diaries; This is the first time he’s working with Shibabi.
After the final season of Vampire Diaries in its eighth season we can’t help but wonder, what’s next for Paul Wesley? So this year Paul Wesley is expected to release a movie called Convergence. Convergence is a sci-fi movie starring Paul Wesley but yet to announce who else he’ll be working with. Paul Wesley will be starring in an Off-Broadway production of Frankenstein this year. The production is to be directed by Donald Sanders who will run from December 21st to January 7th with opening night on December 27.
Todd Lubar works as president at TDL ventures. He is also the senior vice president at Legendary Investments. He has a successful career spanning many years in multiple industries.
Lubar, from 1977 to 1987, attended Sidwell Friends School based in Washington DC. He later went to Peddie School in New Jersey, where he completed his high school education. Shortly afterwards, Lubar joint the Syracuse University and would years later graduate with a Speech Communication degree.
When he finished school, Lubar started working for Crestar Mortgage Corporation from 1995 up until 1999. It was in 1999 that he secured another job with Legacy Financial group which is in Arlington, Texas. He was instrumental to the growth of the group’s Maryland office. It grew to become a production unit generating over $100 million yearly. After working for the group for some time, he left in 2005. He accepted a job offer from Charter Funding, a Magnus Financial Corporation division. He went to Arizona and occupied the position of senior vice president until 2007.
After 2007, he decided to focus on money mortgage working with Priority Financial. As much as the principle interest in his career has been mortgage banking, he owns and runs many companies in industries such as demolition, night club, recycling and real estate. For many years he was in the top 25 ranks of mortgage originators in the US. His decision to delve into other industries could have been as a result of the many changes that were witnessed in the mortgage industry between the years of 2007 and 2008. In the commercial demolition business, he secured large contracts. He diversified by involving himself in the metal recycling business.
Due to the vast experience he enjoys in multiple industries, he understands what it is that propels business and this makes him able to excel in almost any business. Today, Todd Lubar has ventured into yet another industry: the humanitarian industry. He is determined to help people in need in what may be seen as giving back to the community, but much more. This aspiration draws from his own desire to better society, more details can be found on toddlubar.com.
Todd is a resident of Bethesda, Maryland. He has two children and they live with him in Bethesda. He enjoys time with the kids and is up for travel time. He aspires to be a better person each day and to be of value to all that he comes into contact with daily.
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In an interesting turn of events, The city of New Brunswick, Massachusetts has successfully utilized cell phone technology, to apprehend a repeat criminal. Authorities of the Middlesex County Jail, were notified that one of their incarcerated felons was also to be charged with an additional crime, for yet another of a string of armed robberies of pizza delivery drivers.
Investigators allege, that one Parysh Wood and an accomplish named Justina Hampton, set out to rob a pizza delivery driver of money and food. Mr. Parysh Wood also has other aliases, such as “P-Gun” and “Pistol”, indicating that he is known for using a firearm. Police Sergeant Jim Ryan, who is of the South Brunswick Police Department, also located in Massachusetts, alleges that the digital data that was provided by the cell phone companies in the area, were utilized to discern that indeed, Mr. Wood was in the area at the time of the crime, and he is known for committing such acts of violence against pizza delivery drivers.
The latest charge to be added to Parysh Wood’s lengthy record, happened on the night of November 30th, around 9:30 P.M. A pizza was ordered to an address and when the pizza driver arrived, the resident of the address informed the pizza driver that no pizza had been ordered. As the driver returned to the delivery truck, Mr. Wood and others appeared on the street, claiming that they were the ones who ordered the pizza.
Combined, the South Brunswick police and the Prosecutor’s Office of Middlesex Massachusetts, obtained the information related to Mr. Parysh Wood’s cell data.
The Police Chief, Raymond Hayducka stated that “This case was solved” and continued to give the reason as to why, being “investigators did not give up”. Police Chief Hayducka also divulged, that the technological advances of today’s modern world leaves criminals with very little ability to hide their illegal behavior from the authorities. Sergeant Ryan strongly believes that many more arrests will occur in direct connection to those robberies of several pizza delivery drivers, as the investigation for these action is currently active.