The three-hour documentary airs in three parts on January 8, 15 and 23, 2013 as part of PBS’ American Experience Series. Frederick Douglass is one of five abolitionists highlighted that rallied to end slavery. The other four abolitionists included William Lloyd Garrison, Harriet Beecher Stowe, John Brown and Angelina Grimke’ (Trailer for Chapter One: http://video.pbs.org/
Hobbs also appears in a new United Way PSA that started airing in December, 2012 (UW PSA: http://vimeo.com/
Anthony Michael’s big moves don’t stop there he stars in the PBS Sprout Network mini-segment on the ‘Sunnyside Up Show,’ to start airing March, 2013. On top of that, the talented young actor stars in a PSA spot for the American Association of Poison Control Centers (AAPCC) that started airing in October, 2012.
Hobbs also stars in the DreamWorks documentary “How to Train Your Dragon: Dragons and Dinosaurs” that premiered at “Live Dragon” shows, (http://dreamworksdragonslive.com/
You can also see Anthony in the “SkWids” kids’ on-line Internet show at www.SkWids.com, an on-line version of such children oriented shows as “Sesame Street.” Produced by Southwestern Advantage, “SkWids" is a program designed to entertain and educate children (ages 6 – 10).
Hobbs can also be seen in the national classroom program called KinderRhyme. KinderRhyme is a program of Success for All Foundation (SFAF), which appears in over 2600 preschool, elementary, middle and high school programs.
The winner of eight Global Stars Network acting awards, Hobbs can also be seen on two other PBS Sprout Network segments, “Claritin Kids Allergy Medicine” and “Good Night Show”. As a voice over actor Anthony’s voice can be heard on an instructional video for advertising firm TBWA World Wide - the largest advertising holding company in the world.
Other acting projects include the film Waiting for Godot; an industrial commercial for the U.S. National Parks Services; a Baltimore County Recycling commercial; a Greater Philadelphia Coalition Against Hunger commercial, and Hobbs appeared in USDA’s Healthy Kids 2011 print campaign.
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