Meet Jack Stahlmann!

In this interview, Jack shares his experience as a struggling actor and how he uses that experience to engage his audiences. To hear the rest of Jack’s story, join us at the 2020 Midwest Speakers Bureau Showcase. To register, click here.

Additional information on Jack Stahlmann:

Jack Stahlmann, The Don’t Flinch Guy, has inspired & educated hundreds of organizations, providing a customizable message that has resonated everywhere from backrooms at small companies to the penthouse of Fortune 500 offices. Jack’s entertaining and informative presentations are built around his experiences in Los Angeles as an actor, producer, director… and of course, a waiter.

In Tinsel Town, he launched his own production company which created several films that enjoyed international success. The Fifteen Minute Show, a low budget feature film that was produced for less than $1,000, was the darling of The New York International Film and Video Festival. And his film, The Lift, was featured in film festivals worldwide. He was the Assistant Director for the Margaret Cho stand-up show, Cho Revolution, and as an actor his shining moment came in a co-star role on the CBS drama Cold Case where he played a wimpy park ranger. He has also appeared on Days of Our Lives and several regional commercials. Jack is a regular contributor to The Huffington Post and currently resides in St. Paul, Minnesota.

Topics Jack covers: Success