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Nathan Schur
28 Heritage Center
Salt Lake City, UT-84112-2001
(801) 587-1250


  • Knowledge with most Windows based programs. Types above 60 wpm. Speaks fluent English, German, and some
  • Spanish.
  • Knowledge with cameras and lenses. Directed several homemade movies.
  • Knows how to design websites in php and html.

Acting Experience:

  • Played role of Barnette Loyd in Crimes of the Heart at Olympus High School.
  • Played role of Daniel in Once On This Island at Theater School for Youth at the University of Utah.
  • Played role of Phra Alak in The King and I at Bonneville Jr. High
  • Acted in several home made movies.


  • Attended several courses at the University of Montana.
  • Completed High School at Cottonwood High in Salt Lake City, UT.
  • Completed Theater School for Youth at the University of Utah. Also participated and completed class: "Acting for the Camera" at Theater School for Youth.
  • Completed Architectural design class at the University of Utah.


  • Created several flash games.
  • Competed in Odyssey of the Mind Competition 1997 and placed first in region, first in country, and 16th out of 65 worldwide.
  • Placed first in Martin Luther King Jr. Anti-Racism Poster Competition 1995 and second in 1996 at John F. Kennedy Elementary School in Germany.
  • Wrote a children's book called "Ducky the Detective" in 1995.

Past Work Experience:

  • Worked at University of Montana BrownBear.org Website. Responsibilities were: updating site content and working with layouts.
  • Volunteered at the Anime Expo 2002 in New York City and helped pack merchandise, checked for ticket stubs, and watched over projector equipment.
  • Volunteered at Big Apple Anime Fest 2002 in New York City and helped issuing people into theaters, also problem solving and carrying equipment.


  • Joan Smith: Executive Director of NCCG in Salt Lake City. (801) 582-2709
  • Kim Hope: Family Advocate House Counselor (409) 543-3550

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