The event was organized by Randy Olson and Jeremy Rowley of the L. Ifeanyi Njoku's short film illustrating a lack of awareness about ocean conservation in South Central Los Angeles is an important piece of commentary for environmentalists who dream of having a more unified constituency.
When we held our Roundtable Discussion in January one participant said, "I stand here tonight in a very white room …" There exists a seldom-mentioned fact about environmentalism in the U. -- it is mostly peopled by middle-aged white folks.
Rowley has also appeared on The Amanda Show, most notably the sketch called "Blockblister" (a parody of the video retail chain Blockbuster), where he plays a customer who is angry because he did not get the movie he wanted (he paid for the video by tearing off his arm and giving it to them, replying "Keep the change! Again, he expresses his anger with loud outbursts in the scene.
Rowley is a member of the improvisational and sketch comedy group called "The Groundlings" based in Los Angeles, California.
Her new movie “Spy” kicked ass last weekend — #1 at the box office and with a 95% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.