|Occupation||Former Detective / Writer|
Quincy Sherman comes onto the scene as part of Meet Quincy Sherman, where your agent has asked you to meet with him for a role in his upcoming film. Sherman thinks you will be perfect for the lead role after seeing your performance in Ripper.
Quincy's appearance may vary between players.
Quincy Sherman was a Detective who was the lead investigator in the pursuit of "The Artist". Quincy has given up the badge and taken up the pen by writing a script retelling his pursuit of the infamous art thief, who he chased for over twenty years.
Quincy likes to celebrate by watching the game on the TV and a stiff drink in his hand! He is now ready to cash in and retire with the script after years of late nights of investigation, two failed marriages and a lot of missed birthdays. Quincy believes chasing "The Artist" for all those years was like a curse and now by writing the script he will finally have something to show for it.
|Meet Quincy Sherman|
|Hey (Your Name)! I'm glad you could make it out. Good to meet ya!|
1. I spent over twenty years of my life chasing this art thief known as "The Artist". Now, I'm finally going to have something to show for it...
The studios are fighting to out-bid each other to see which one of them gets to pay me a pile of money so they can make the film!
All those late nights of investigation, two failed marriages and a lot of missed birthdays... Chasing "The Artist" was like a curse!
Oh, right! After seeing your performance in Ripper, I knew you'd be perfect actor to take the lead in my film. It's the only demand I had...
All the studios have already agreed that you would at the least be given an audition for the role.
Now, we just have to wait and see which studio wins the bid to make The Artist!
|(Your Name)? Something terrible has happened... I... I can't even talk about it on the phone. Think we could meet up at Wasted?|
Yes, I only made three copies. I wanted to protect the story from getting leaked on the internet like that big director's last script...
I made one for myself and two for the studios interested in buying the film... They've all gone missing!
Even the back up copy on my computer at home has disappeared!
I just closed the deal with Supercool Studio. There's no way I can finish rewriting The Artist in time before filming is supposed to begin...