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When people ask me what I do on my blog, I have a simple answer: writing about the outdoors. When the outdoors is all I talk about, it means it’s difficult to cross-promote on my blog all the other content I do. That is, until recently, when something interesting happened.

LORD

Rasuk portrayed skateboarder Tony Alva in the 2005 biographical drama film Lords of Dogtown. The part included surfing and performing skateboarding tricks. Although the more complicated maneuvers were performed by stuntmen, Rasuk is a method actor and worked on remaining in character both on and off screen. Believing he had mastered skating a huge ramp in only his second week of training, he fractured one of his orbital bones.

For his feature film debut as the title character in the Sundance Film Festival hit "Raising Victor Vargas" (2003), Rasuk garnered an Independent Spirit Award nomination for Best Debut Performance. His acclaim continued with a celebrated performance as skateboard legend Tony Alva in TriStar Pictures' "Lords of Dogtown," directed by Catherine Hardwicke. In 2008, he co-starred in Kimberly Peirce's "Stop Loss" with Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Channing Tatum, and co-starred in Steven Soderbergh's "Che" with Benicio Del Toro. Rasuk's film work includes "Being Flynn," alongside Robert De Niro and Julianne Moore, "Jobs" with Ashton Kutcher, and "Godzilla" with Bryan Cranston and Aaron Taylor-Johnson. (Source: abc.com In some ways, Victor Rasuk's debut role in "Raising Victor Vargas" (2002) wasn't that much of a stretch. Both Victors grew up in the chaotic streets of the Lower East Side, came from outspoken families (Rasuk was Dominican), and shared a brash, go-for-broke attitude. But where Victor Vargas was forever a teenager stuck at home with his grandmother, Victor Rasuk grew up to become a talented actor. After making his debut in the short film "Five Feet High and Rising" (2000), which was later expanded into "Raising Victor Vargas," the fearless actor was cast as legendary pro skater Tony Alva in the biopic "Lords of Dogtown" (2005). Rasuk, a graduate of the High School of Performing Arts in NYC, showed his dramatic side in the Iraq War drama "Stop-Loss" (2008) and on NBC's "ER" (1994-2009). He landed a major role on HBO's 2010-11 series "How to Make It in America" as Cam, a suave street entrepreneur trying to hit it big, and portrayed one of Steve Jobs' early Apple employees in "Jobs" (2013). As restless as the city he called home, Victor Rasuk always had one eye towards the future. (Source:www.rottentomatoes.com))

Dogtown

In 2005, Lords of Dogtown was released, with Victor playing Tony Alva, one of the leading roles. The part included surfing and performing skateboarding tricks. Although the more complicated maneuvers were performed by stunt men (including the scenes of surfing at Pacific Ocean Park pier and skating in empty swimming pools), Rasuk is a method actor and worked on remaining in character both on and off screen. Believing he had mastered skating a huge ramp in only his second week of training, Rasuk fractured one of his orbital bones. Rasuk says the accident likely earned him more respect from serious skaters within the cast and crew. (Source: www.empireonline.com)

After showcasing his talent in celebrated independent movies like Raising Victor Vargas and Lords of Dogtown, 25-year-old Dominican actor Victor Rasuk is breaking into mainstream Hollywood with a starring role in the new Iraq war film Stop-Loss. (Source: peopleenespanol.com

Where were you when you heard your “Lords of Dogtown” costar Heath Ledger had died? (Source: peopleenespanol.com)He was later cast in the role of Roc in the feature film Rock Steady and later cast in a leading role in the 2004 feature film Haven st in the Caymen Islands. He was later cast as Tony Alva in the 2005 film Lords Of Dogtown. (Source:www.wiki.ng))

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