11 reasons I See Stars frontman Devin Oliver could be a movie star
[Photo by @tarinadoolittle]
I See Stars frontman Devin Oliver sent the internet into a frenzy when he captioned a photo as being on the set of season seven of Game Of Thrones. Whether he’s actually portraying a character in the upcoming season or it’s just an upcoming I See Stars music video, Oliver does have some qualities that would make a venture into Hollywood less than surprising.
People actually believed his Game Of Thrones caption
The ability to sell that must mean he has some sort of acting potential. Plus, if it’s on the internet, then it must be true.
He has an appreciation for the classics
Such as the Adam Brody/Mike Vogel-led skateboard comedy Grind, circa 2003.
He already hangs out with famous people
You know, like Marnie the Dog.
He’s not afraid to take risks
Whether that’s jumping into a pool at the Vegas stop of Warped Tour or riding an inflatable raft across the crowd, he certainly doesn’t shy away from a challenge.
He already knows how to fend off the paparazzi
And protect his friends in the process.
He’s willing to go through a transformation
Like from dark brown locks to long and blond.
He could double as a model
Striking a pose for ad campaigns is something actors often do.
He already likes LA
Which is a necessity when pursuing a career in acting.
He’s already been to Coachella
The California festival often generates more buzz for what its Hollywood clientele are wearing than its sick lineup.
He’s used to red carpets for movies
We were a couple of 14 & 15 year old kids with a dream. I am grateful everyday for @ashavildsen & @shawnaudiobot and how they saw something in us when all we had to show for it was a busted demo we self recorded. Do business with the right people and you might find yourself apart of a family some day like me ❤️ love you guys #WhatNowMovie #SUMERIANFILMS
He walked one for Sumerian Films’ What Now, which features Jeffree Star, Ice-T and members of Asking Alexandria, as well as I See Stars on the soundtrack.
And the APMAs...
He’s a fan of Entourage
It’s obviously only a matter of time until he becomes a real-life Vincent Chase with his very own Ari Gold.