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ARTHUR LASKY

Fled New York in the middle of the day to study in Cambridge Mass. After kicking around Europe a bit, he took a couple of menial jobs before landing in LA, acting in student films, a play in the Valley, and participating in a secret writing cult.

He fled LA in the middle of the night and drove cross-country in the dark. A few years later he got registered as an architect and a serial design abuser.

He has appeared in several independent and student films, and plays in various whistle-stops. He recently was in an independent short titled "Simmer". Play credits include "Guys and Dolls" in Pasadena, "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf" in Cambridge, Mass, and "The Christmas Revels" in NYC.

Arthur is delighted to be a part of 3180 as a performer, director and playwright, and especially wants to thank Nancy and Antonia, for their love and support.