egacy Show - Workaholics

‘Workaholics’ – The Legacy Show #009

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Wednesday, May 17th, 2017

The Legacy Show #009 – ‘Workaholics’

The theme for this upcoming show is “Workaholics” – I’ll be giving the role-models the opportunity to talk about the benefits and the hazards of becoming obsessed with work through their personal stories and philosophies.

Tickets are only $5 and 100% of sales go to She’s The First!

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Ed Blunt (Speaker, Founder of “BFT Enterprises”)
Phil Burke (Actor, “Hell On Wheels”, “The Knick”)
Jen Rudolph (Founder of “The Actor’s Green Room”)
Jordan Matter (NY Times Best-Selling Photographer “Dancers Among Us”)


Ed Blunt Speaker and Founder of BFT

is the founder of BFT Enterprises Inc., a company that specializes in breaking self-limiting patterns and beliefs in order for individuals and groups to realize their greatest capacity, goals and dreams!

A former Broadway, Television, Film and Voice Over Artist Ed Blunt made an auspicious debut in the speaking industry sharing the stage with Les Brown, training for T. Harv Eker’s Peak Potentials and being a featured speaker for George Fraser’s International Frasernet. Having already done extensive work with the pharmaceutical giant Novo Nordisk, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Columbia University Medical College, Yale University, the Trinidadian Congress
of Insurance Agents and Another Choice among many others, Blunt has served notice with his inspirational style and applicable tools.  With a fresh voice of imagination, impact and concrete examples, Blunt challenges businesses and organizations to live up to and beyond the Life Design Blueprint™ that he creates with them.  Ed Blunt is the only Les Brown Platinum Speaker to have the distinction of earning 6 Figures in speaking fees in one month implementing Les Brown’s teachings. 
Featured on the Word network, Upscale and Voyager magazines!


Phil Burke

is best known as the menacing casino owner ‘Mickey McGinnes‘ on AMC’s hit show Hell on Wheels.  He is currently shooting a recurring role on Syfy’s reimagining of Van Helsing.  Burke could recently be seen in the independent film, Dirty Weekend directed by Neil LaBute and opposite Matthew Broderick and Alice Eve.  Other film credits include the Judd Apatow feature film This Is 40 for Universal, the indie film Wind Walkers produced by award winning producer Heather Rae and the independent film Ibid written and directed by Russell Friedenberg.  Burke recently had a starring role on DirecTV’s series Billy and Billie created by Neil Labute as well as a guest spot on Cinemax’s The Knick created by Steven Soderbergh and starring Clive Owen .  Other TV credits include a recurring role on the NBC series “Mercy,” NBC’s “Law & Order” and Chicago PD… and CBS’ “The Good Wife.” Burke has also be seen in the Canadian Screen Award winning web series “Space Janitors”.   Born in Toronto, Canada to immigrant parents from Ireland, Burke attended The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York. 


Jen Rudolph Jen Rudolph - The Legacy Show

has always had a passion for helping actors succeed. She spent the first 10 years of her career as a casting director under the tutelage of Jeff Mitchell and eventually became a partner at Mitchell/Rudolph Casting. Jennifer has cast over 40 films and television shows and has helped start the careers of such actors as Michelle Monaghan, Kate Bosworth and Ian Somerhalder, While a casting director, Jennifer began teaching audition technique classes and from there created The Actor’s Green Room – the #1 home for actors professionally and holistically. She believes that every actor has an organic spark that if nurtured properly can become something amazing. To quote FIELD OF DREAMS, “If you build it, they will come.”


Jordan Matter Jordan Matter - The Legacy Show

never planned to be a professional photographer. It was either baseball or acting that was going to be his obvious career choice. But one day he attended an exhibit by photojournalist Henri Cartier-Bresson. His attitude began to change. Cartier-Bresson’s images of humanity moved Jordan to learn how to photograph people intimately. Soon it became a hobby. Then it became a passion. But it only became a career when he decided to outdo photos for his friend who had just paid too much for bad headshots. He did. Her agents soon sent Jordan their clients, who in turn recommended him to their friends, and a photography career was born. The Today Show, Tyra Banks, MSNBC, CBS, NBC and the BBC have since profiled Jordan. Look for Jordan Matter’s Dancers Among Us, a New York Times Bestseller.



*The producer(s) of this event hold no responsibility in the event that you quit your job after attending this show.

**This event proudly has NO drink or food minimum. Phew, what a relief.

Directions to venue: (Le) Poisson Rouge