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Anthony Duluc has appeared on one man commercials with several sponsors, was part of a merger between VENUM and the UFC as the face of a commercial, and has appeared in a season of a Quibi show called Singled out as a fitness personality. While his career portfolio thus far is impressive for how young he is, one thing holds constant between all of it: Anthony loves to perform.
Anthony’s love for performing stems back to his school play, minutes before he was set to take the stage. When all of his fellow cast members were anxious to get on stage in front of an audience, Anthony was still. He felt a calling to provide the best possible performance for the audience, and that feeling of excitement has remained with him ever since.
After graduating from college, Anthony has been in continual pursuit of growing his brand as an actor and influencer. Alongside his TV and commercial appearances, he’s grown a fitness brand with thousands of followers and tremendous engagement. His polarizing personality on camera has allowed him to attract a significant audience, and he’s been able to convert many of his followers into fitness clients. This is a great example of Anthony’s entrepreneurial and creative mindset, and his ability to convert his ability to entertain into revenue for his business has been a tremendous asset thus far.
Even with all of his success and charisma, Anthony still shares his failures with his audience. He recognizes that people look up to him, and his transparency and honesty paints a realistic picture of how dealing with failures come hand in hand with success. On top of giving his audience real inspiration, his transparency has helped his brand tremendously as he builds real connections with his followers.
Being in the entertainment industry, Anthony says a huge challenge has been coping with the idea that casting is a very meticulous, competitive process and not being chosen for a role is alright. While he used to take this personally, he’s come to realize that it’s all part of the business and he now embraces it. And, he constantly reminds himself that the 9 to 5 life was never for him and he’s willing to accept every challenge that comes with being his own boss.
It’s safe to say that Anthony’s constant pursuit of his passion for entertaining has paid off for him in a big way, and he’s only just scratching the surface of his potential.