A former graduate of Brunswick High, Dallas White has made a name for himself in the past couple years as he pursues an acting career. He has appeared in television shows on Investigation Discovery, Reelz Channel, Fox News Channel, and Oxygen Network. Dallas travels by car up and down the East Coast, attending auditions and film or TV shoots. In December 2015, he auditioned for a non-speaking role as the busboy in the movie "Bad Moms" starring Mila Kunis, Kathryn Hahn, and Kristen Bell. He scored the non-speaking role a couple weeks later, traveled down to New Orleans, booked into a hotel, and woke up early the next morning to head to the film set. "I had to put aside the fact that I would be working with Mila Kunis and Kathryn Hahn for the day," he said. "I tried my best to focus and to just stay professional." After a thirteen-hour day, Dallas drove home, thinking, "It was truly a dream come true." However, when the movie opened in theaters on July 28, Dallas found his scene was cut and he only appears in the movie for a couple seconds. "It was disappointing but that's showbiz," he said. "It happens all the time. I just keep moving forward with my acting career." After the release of the movie on Digital HD (downloadable on iTunes), Dallas checked out the deleted scenes provided. "I'm sitting with my friend Robin and our jaws drop. There I was." The movie will be out on Blu-ray and DVD November 1. Follow Dallas on his Facebook page @ http://www.facebook.com/actor.dallaswhite .