Wednesday, February 19, 2020
Yancey Arias shares his positive energy with a Costa Rican Telemarketing...
The video begins with an inspiring message, "Hey, what's up everybody at the COSTA RICA'S CALL CENTER?" Yancey Arias is an American actor, perhaps most noted for his work on television crime dramas, particularly his roles as Miguel Cadena in the NBC series Kingpin and as Gabriel Williams in the FX series Thief.
"What's up Richard the Boss? This is for all of his staff. G-d bless you guys!" He is also a singer, Martial Artist, Golfer, Husband and Dad that has a solid foundation to be a great example for those that cross his path.
"Congratulations on 12 years baby! That's amazing. A beautiful anniversary." Breaking into Hollywood is twice as hard as running a BPO offshore call centre. Yancey can fully understand the commitment it takes to be a success.
"Want to put out some good energy for all the wonderful things they offer out there at the COSTA RICA'S CALL CENTER." Arias was born and raised in New York City. He attended Moore Catholic High School and St. John's Preparatory School before studying theater at Carnegie Mellon University.
"We got neon marquees, We got this awesome like art deco building" His first big break came in the Broadway production of Miss Saigon in 1992, which he worked on in different capacities for several years.
"Jukebox arcade. I love jukebox arcades baby!" In addition to television roles, he also continued to work on stage, including a starring role in The Wild Party in 2000. All famous actors can appreciate the style and fun environment that was created in a happy work environment.
"11 pinball machines. Ah Man, I wish I was there right now!" In 2001, he moved to Los Angeles, where he lives with his wife, actress Anna Alvim. We are sure that LA has classic American Pinball for TV stars to enjoy between filming on location.
"A 50's cafe. Oh, I like that! Some nice little history behind that I am sure. Some really cool stuff." He was on the show Knight Rider for the first half season and actors do need to recharge their batters when making cinema memories. Nothing is better than a double cheeseburger to fulfill the needs of the stage crew.
"A vintage Mercedes Limousine for VIP guests.OH, I hope I can roll up to that place right there. I am looking forward to that." In July 2013, it was announced that Arias would play Carl Villante, the head of an elite investigative unit, in the ABC series Castle. Transportation is key when filming television shows and top grossing movies. A LIMO ride goes hand in hand when catering to the special needs of movie stars.
"G-d bless you guys! Have a wonderful wonderful time." He appears in the film Cesar Chavez. Being humble is the key to success when analyzing success and good fortune.And congratulations again on 12 years of your wonderful work.
"And I look forward to visiting you guys one day." Yancey has an open invitation to visit CCC anytime.
The video conclude with one final well wishes from a good man when he says, "G-d bless. Take care. BYE!"
COSTA RICA'S CALL CENTER
Posted by RichardBlank at 9:29 AM