SOURCE: FTA Productions

January 28, 2008 17:23 ET

Jack Foltyn of FTA Productions Awarded Expose 2007 Entertainer of the Year in Dallas, Texas

DALLAS, TX--(Marketwire - January 28, 2008) - Actor, choreographer, singer, writer, composer, director and producer Jack Foltyn was voted 2007 Best All Round Entertainer at the first annual Dallas Expose Showcase held in December at the Lakewood Theatre in Dallas. The award included Best Actor for playing "Jeremy" and Best Soundtrack for the original music, including pop/R&B, country and rap, he wrote for the independent film "Bicycle Bobby," and Best Original Written Musical for writing, directing and starring in "Walk a Mile in My Shoes."

The event was hosted by Debbie Michaelis, casting director for "Prison Break," "House Divided," "Walker Texas Ranger" and "Bicycle Bobby," who worked with Jerry Bruckheimer. "It is a validating point in my career; to be voted by your peers is an honor in itself, and the work put into it makes it that much more satisfying and humbling," Foltyn said. "Now it's time to utilize this award to let people know who I am as an artist and as a person."

Jack Foltyn has two new CDs coming out this year. The first, "Changes," is the soundtrack to "Bicycle Bobby." The title track "What Am I Going to Do," is an up-and-coming hit as well as the love ballad to the film "Catch Me When I Fall." His second CD will be Foltyn's first love song CD, simply titled "LOVE," to be released in time for Valentine's Day. Release events and other information are posted on the website

By popular demand, Foltyn will be appearing in Texas as he tours his original musical, "Walk a Mile in My Shoes," and makes appearances for his new music to cities including; Dallas, Garland, Odessa and Richardson, TX; Charlotte, NC; Sonora, CA and Reno, Nevada. If you are interested in scheduling Mr. Foltyn for appearances on radio, television, or performances in your town please call Jodi Forrer at 972.991.2868 for booking information.

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    Jodi Forrer